334: 2019 No BS Marketing Show Guest Rewind
It’s hard to believe that 2019 is just about over and this past year was a good one for the No BS Marketing Show.
Each week, we delivered a new episode with helpful insights about brand strategy, communication, leadership, marketing and more.
And in 2019, Dave welcomed eight influential guests to sit down and talk with him about their careers, leadership styles and shared valuable lessons for our listeners.
To reflect on the year that was and in anticipation of a brand-new year and decade, we’re sharing a special guest rewind episode of the No BS Marketing Show. You’ll hear special clips from each guest that offered our listeners immense value.
Below you can read a quick synopsis of each clip.
2019 No BS Marketing Show Guest Rewind
Dr. Janet Stout, President and Director of Special Pathogens Laboratory
While on the show, Dr. Janet Stout equated her leadership style to that of a biology story and talked about how playing sports growing up taught her the team mentality that she still uses today.
Click here to listen to Janet’s full episode.
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Arnie Burchianti, Healthcare Leader
During Arnie’s episode of the No BS Marketing Show, we talked about everything from building and scaling a business to the importance of taking the time to ask questions and listening in order to grow.
Arnie also offers two book suggestions of Rockefeller Habits and Scaling Up and shares why every business should conduct behavioral assessments (He’s been using PeopleKeys since 2002).
Click here to listen to Arnie’s full episode.
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Mike Cherock, President and CEO, AEWorks
“Culture is as important as what the business does.”
This is just one of the valuable pieces of wisdom Mike shared when talking about the importance of company culture and how it factors into AEWork’s “triple bottom line.”
Check out Part 1 and Part 2 of his interview.
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Petros Neofotistos, Managing Director, Granitsa
Petros Neofotistos knows how to capitalize on Amazon retail arbitrage so much so that he started Granitsa, an e-commerce retailer and brand management consulting company.
I love to challenge my guests to think of a time when they were the BSer and hear what they did to change their ways and learn from it. In his clip, Petros talked about how he had to fight ideas of grandeur to recalibrate and nail down his process.
Click here for Petros’ full episode.
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Clyde Horner, Vistage Chair
During his episode of the No BS Marketing Show, Vistage Chair, Clyde Horner talked about how to effectively communicate with others and shared the tactics that have led to his communication success.
Click here for Clyde’s full episode.
Ed Shriver, Partner, Strada Architecture, LLC.
There’s something different about Strada Architecture and it’s a credit to the culture that they’ve created and cultivated. Ed talked about their philosophy and how a strategic planning retreat gave him the clarity he needed to refine their mission.
Check out Part 1 and Part 2 of his episode.
Connect with Ed:
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Lisa Rios, CEO, LDI Group
Find the penny.
That’s a lesson that Lisa Rios, learned early on in her career that taught her the importance of discipline and attention-to-detail. In her episode, she also talked about buying into a mission and why it’s OK to make mistakes and learn from them.
Click here to listen to Lisa’s full episode.
Connect with Lisa:
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Dr. Kyle Smart, Partner and Chief Medical Officer, Cucamonga Valley Medical Group
Dr. Kyle Smart talked about the importance of self-awareness and how he challenged himself to be a good administrator even though he’s wired to be a physician.
Click here to listen to Kyle’s full episode.
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