Drawing on her skills and unique perspective, Rachel LaMantia, of Masterpiece Bookkeeping shares how the numbers leading your business are more important than just filing taxes.
Founder of Movement Threads, Patrick Sturm, shares his journey to grow his business and the lesson he has learned along the way.
Utilizing her experience abroad and at home, Dr. Laci Coppins Robbins shares practical tools and tips for empowering and inspiring female leaders.
Using her own experience running a business, Jackie Zach, shares how she got started helping other businesses thrive.
Certified brand strategist, Christine Tieri, shares how employees should live and breathe the brand of the company.
Tamara Burkett, a customer loyalty architect, shares her wisdom on client retention and relationship building.
Sharing why big brands can't make decisions, Kevin Leibel discusses how thoughtfulness is the next big strategy.
Pulling from her experiences, Kiley Peters, shares her look on Chicago networking and what Milwaukee can see to build.
Taking his experience teaching middle school science, Kyle LaFond, shares and discusses the ingredients in personal hygiene products - ultimately resulting in starting his own company.
Jim Temmer, President/CEO of the Better Business Bureau serving Wisconsin, talks about the impact of reputation management.
Voice coach Pam Johnson shares the importance of knowing how to control your voice in order to obtain a specific response.
Ian Abston shares his experience on connecting millennials with the more seasoned professionals.
You never know who will connect you to someone important, Nancy Marshall discusses attracting versus repelling individuals to your brand.
Cultivate and curate your network with the methodology of Mike Going as he energetically takes us through the story his career.
Your brand is how people perceive you in the world and online. Stacy Kaat and Min Carpenter provide valuable insight into taking control of your brand and delivering the message you want to.
Nurturing activities don't have to be difficult, this week Melissa Blair shares how micro businesses can be strategic in nurturing their network.
Watching her grandparents hustle as entrepreneurs gave Tammy Flynn the motivation to start her career at the age of 15.
Realizing that all she needed to know, she learned by growing up in a town of 600. Natalie's main goal is to make our big world feel like a smaller place.
From baseball college athelete to construction engineer to co-founder of Karben4 Brwering. Zak Koga shares intellectual insights into his networking philosophy.
Your resume is your story and it can have a huge impact on your job hunt. Hear how to share your story on your resume with match-maker, Erica Conway.
Stage swapping, community building, and being vulnerable are just the beginning in this international high enery episode with guest Sahar Nafal.
There are many who share your same ideas and mentality, our guest Jonathon Cooper, gives us insight on identifying those individuals and how to grow with them.
Learning the strategic role that pictures play in our upbringing and how something as simple as that picture can make such a large impact.