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In this podcast we speak with top performers and hear the uncut no-fluff version of their journey to the top. We learn what their superpower is, as well as their kryptonite. The goal of this podcast is to help aspiring entrepreneurs and leaders to get inspired and tap into their superpowers. As entrepreneurs and businesspeople we search for answers, How to be successful? How to overcome challenges? How to build the right strategy? The right marketing plan? How did others accomplish what they did? We sometimes forget to look inside and ask ourselves the core questions such as Why am I doing what I’m doing ? What advantage can help me do better than anybody else? What’s special about how I do things ? We believe there’s no such thing as overnight success, that success, although an agile term, requires being aware of your strengths and weaknesses. We believe that every person has a skill (or set of skills), a superpower. A unique capability that once acknowledged makes anything possible.

Latest Episodes

Episode 21 - Anese Cavanaugh (Award-winning leadership advisor, strategist and author)

In this episode we speak with Anese Cavanaugh. Anese is devoted to helping people show up and bring their best selves to the table in order to create significant positive impact in their lives. She appears on stages around the world, guest lectures at universities, and writes (a lot). She is the creator of the IEP Method (Intentional Energetic Presence). She’s an advisor and thinking partner to leaders and organizations around the world, and author of CONTAGIOUS CULTURE: Show Up, Set the Tone, and Intentionally Create an Organization That Thrives and CONTAGIOUS YOU: Unlock Your Power to Influence Lead and Create the Impact you Want (which was released a few weeks ago). Her areas of expertise are on topics we’re passionate about and try to uncover in this podcast. She’s a leading voice on intention, energy, and presence, she helps people unlock greater leadership potential, collaborate more inspiringly, create more openly, intuit more bravely, and lead more joyfully and effectivel...

75 MIN4 d ago
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Episode 21 - Anese Cavanaugh (Award-winning leadership advisor, strategist and author)

Episode 20 - Marcus Sheridan (IMPACT, Bestselling Author, Web Marketing Guru, Keynote Speaker)

In this Episode we speak with Marcus Sheridan. Named “1 of 20 speakers you don’t want to miss” by Forbes, he’s been called a “Web Marketing Guru” by the New York Times. His Book, “They Ask, You Answer” was rated the #1 Marketing Book to Read in 2017 by Mashable. Today, he gives over 70 Global Keynotes yearly on the subjects of sales, marketing and the future of business while also owning IMPACT, a leading inbound marketing agency. Rather early in his career, Marcus figured out a somewhat intuitive methodology that can help businesses grow and retain their customer base. That sounds like a promise that would make any critical thinker raise an eyebrow. But the fact of the matter is, Marcus is calling out a truth that is such common sense that once listening to him, you can only be left to wonder how come it’s not a best practice. TLDR; be transparent and make sure you provide your prospects and customers with ALL the info they want to know. And that includes the good, the bad, and the ugly. The reality is that most companies aren’t willing to address the hard questions. There’s so much more to be learned from Marcus. The second edition of Marcus’s book has been released. In the following link you can find the first several chapters available as a download for free: https://marcussheridan.com/they-ask-you-answer/ We strongly recommend reading it and, of course, listening to this interview.

52 MINNOV 1
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Episode 20 - Marcus Sheridan (IMPACT, Bestselling Author, Web Marketing Guru, Keynote Speaker)

Episode 19 - Larry Kim (MobileMonkey, WordStream)

In this episode we speak with Larry Kim. Larry is the CEO of MobileMonkey, the world's fastest growing Facebook Messenger marketing platform, used by millions of users. He’s also the Founder of WordStream, the World's largest PPC Marketing software platform, managing over a Billion dollars of ad spend for tens of thousands of customers (acquired by USA Today in July 2018 for $150 Million). He’s a top contributor to Medium Magazine and CNBC. He’s received ‘Marketer of the Year’ awards from Search Engine Land, US Search Awards and PPC Hero. It takes seconds into the interview to sense just how humble Larry is. He’s super down-to-earth and despite building a very successful unicorn he tells us “I would argue that I did everything wrong, so this time around I’d do the opposite to what I did the first time around”. His mindset is one of “if you can dream it, you can do it”. It’s clear he’s not in it for the money, for him it’s about the challenge. “I want to see if I can d...

40 MINOCT 1
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Episode 19 - Larry Kim (MobileMonkey, WordStream)

Episode 18 - Enon Landenberg (Bosco, E-Dologic, TEDx speaker)

In this episode we speak with Enon Landenberg, a serial entrepreneur, well known expert in the interactive media field, highly sought after lecturer at technology conventions and a featured TEDx conference keynote speaker. The way Enon sees it, he spent years motivating people to spend more money on things they don’t need. In 1998, when he was 26 years old he founded E-Dologic, Israel’s first interactive advertising agency. It was a huge success and in 2001 the company was acquired by Publicis Group SA. He stayed busy but kept looking to do something meaningful with the experience he’s gained that will amount to more than just money. “I was feeling that I want to do something that I’m proud of what I’m doing and not only of the results.” That lead him to participate and lead various ventures such as managing the marketing of the podcast’s featured non-profit - space IL. It’s in his current venture Bosco that he’s found his life’s mission. Bosco is a mobile app that detect...

50 MINSEP 2
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Episode 18 - Enon Landenberg (Bosco, E-Dologic, TEDx speaker)

Episode 17 - Amit Menipaz (Former VP eBay Global)

In this episode we speak with Amit Menipaz, former Vice President of eBay global. At eBay Amit led global product transformations to understand eBay's inventory, simplify selling experiences and build new buying and personalization platforms and experiences by leveraging big data, AI/machine learning, computer vision and a world class team located across the US, Europe and Israel. He also co-authored an academic textbook about International Business that is used in Business schools around the world. Amit experienced different cultures his entire life. Being a bit of a chameleon and assimilating into a new culture is almost second nature to him. He’s used to walking in and out of different worlds. He was born in Israel, when he was about 18 months old the family moved to the US and kept relocating to a different city or country roughly every 3 years. This wasn’t easy on him but taught him two major life lessons that we can all lean on: 1. Not to be afraid of change - everything is ...

52 MINAUG 1
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Episode 17 - Amit Menipaz (Former VP eBay Global)

Episode 16 - Matan Berkowitz (Entrepreneur, Forbes U30, TED speaker)

In this episode we speak with Matan Berkowitz. Interdisciplinary artist, award winning inventor, entrepreneur, Forbes U30, TED speaker. Matan is very self aware and is fueled by a passion to make a real sustainable difference in the world. It’s reflected in everything that he does. From founding a company called Shift, where he worked on creating impact-driven innovations, focusing on developing solutions for people with disabilities. To sharing his unique visions by giving talks and performing in front of large audiences, trying to leave people with a sense of ownership over their lives in stages that include TED, Google, Microsoft and Forbes. To his current project where he’s working to enable tongue driven operating solutions. Matan is determined to actively effect people positively and to do things that are larger than himself (or any one being for that matter). Matan describes the mindset that lead to what he calls falling down the rabbit hole of doing his current project “I...

56 MINJUL 12
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Episode 16 - Matan Berkowitz (Entrepreneur, Forbes U30, TED speaker)

Episode 15 - Tal Zubalsky (Eko formerly Interlude)

In this episode we speak with Tal Zubalsky, Co-founder and CPO of Eko (previously Interlude) - the only streaming service in the world where stories are shaped by viewers as they unfold. Eko is a mini-cosmos where any series of choices that people make affect the outcome of the plot. The story of how the company was founded and got to where it’s at today is no different. Tal’s background is creative. He studied animation in Tel Aviv, and was part of a music band, together with the rest of his Co-founders. It all started when the band members wanted to create a music video for their audience that would be original and different. They created an interactive video, got great feedback and realized they may be onto something big. From very early on Tal and his co-founders weren’t afraid to take risks. Before they had any technology they pitched to the Israeli version of American Idol and committed to creating an interactive video for the show. When getting a “yes” they then had a ve...

42 MINJUN 25
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Episode 15 - Tal Zubalsky (Eko formerly Interlude)

Episode 14 - Kfir Damari (Space IL, Tabookey)

In this episode we speak with Kfir Damari, COO of Tabookey and Co-Founder of Space IL. Kfir made history by founding a company that is the first private organization to ever reach the moon! It’s a bitter sweet achievement because the official goal was to soft land on the moon, making Israel the fourth nation in the world to do so. But as life (or physics) would have it, Beresheet, the lunar lander that the team built, failed to do so and crashed on the moon at a speed of 1km per second (making Israel the 7th nation to orbit the moon). Failure is a funny word to use in this respect for reasons that are self explanatory. But above all, the high level goal of the mission was to create an effect similar to the Apollo effect that will inspire younger generations to go and study science and technology and to set moonshot goals for themselves. In order to do that Kfir and his team spent years visiting schools across Israel, giving talks to kids, telling them the story of Space IL. As the ...

54 MINMAY 31
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Episode 14 - Kfir Damari (Space IL, Tabookey)

Episode 13 - Mari Smith (THE top Facebook marketing expert in the world)

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39 MINAPR 23
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Episode 13 - Mari Smith (THE top Facebook marketing expert in the world)

Episode 12 - Guy Vaknin (Beyond Sushi)

In this episode we speak with Chef Guy Vaknin, a vegan entrepreneur, owner of Beyond Sushi - a NY Sushi Chain that currently serves over 2 million people. Guy had a lot of experience working various jobs in the restaurant business. But before going all in he enrolled in college to study computer engineering. Then, like many entrepreneurs we speak with, the college system didn’t feel right and he dropped out after 3 months. In his unique case, his father, who was already in the business, encouraged him to drop out and join him in business. 6 years later, after working alongside his dad, who enabled and empowered him to fail and experience the real world, he felt ready to open up his own business and Beyond Sushi came to life. He realised there’s business potential in the vegetarian food business and despite most people around him telling him he’s insane, he took all his money, loaned more from his father and invested it all, fully believing in his idea. When he opened the first re...

42 MINMAR 1
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Episode 12 - Guy Vaknin (Beyond Sushi)

Latest Episodes

Episode 21 - Anese Cavanaugh (Award-winning leadership advisor, strategist and author)

In this episode we speak with Anese Cavanaugh. Anese is devoted to helping people show up and bring their best selves to the table in order to create significant positive impact in their lives. She appears on stages around the world, guest lectures at universities, and writes (a lot). She is the creator of the IEP Method (Intentional Energetic Presence). She’s an advisor and thinking partner to leaders and organizations around the world, and author of CONTAGIOUS CULTURE: Show Up, Set the Tone, and Intentionally Create an Organization That Thrives and CONTAGIOUS YOU: Unlock Your Power to Influence Lead and Create the Impact you Want (which was released a few weeks ago). Her areas of expertise are on topics we’re passionate about and try to uncover in this podcast. She’s a leading voice on intention, energy, and presence, she helps people unlock greater leadership potential, collaborate more inspiringly, create more openly, intuit more bravely, and lead more joyfully and effectivel...

75 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Episode 21 - Anese Cavanaugh (Award-winning leadership advisor, strategist and author)

Episode 20 - Marcus Sheridan (IMPACT, Bestselling Author, Web Marketing Guru, Keynote Speaker)

In this Episode we speak with Marcus Sheridan. Named “1 of 20 speakers you don’t want to miss” by Forbes, he’s been called a “Web Marketing Guru” by the New York Times. His Book, “They Ask, You Answer” was rated the #1 Marketing Book to Read in 2017 by Mashable. Today, he gives over 70 Global Keynotes yearly on the subjects of sales, marketing and the future of business while also owning IMPACT, a leading inbound marketing agency. Rather early in his career, Marcus figured out a somewhat intuitive methodology that can help businesses grow and retain their customer base. That sounds like a promise that would make any critical thinker raise an eyebrow. But the fact of the matter is, Marcus is calling out a truth that is such common sense that once listening to him, you can only be left to wonder how come it’s not a best practice. TLDR; be transparent and make sure you provide your prospects and customers with ALL the info they want to know. And that includes the good, the bad, and the ugly. The reality is that most companies aren’t willing to address the hard questions. There’s so much more to be learned from Marcus. The second edition of Marcus’s book has been released. In the following link you can find the first several chapters available as a download for free: https://marcussheridan.com/they-ask-you-answer/ We strongly recommend reading it and, of course, listening to this interview.

52 MINNOV 1
Comments
Episode 20 - Marcus Sheridan (IMPACT, Bestselling Author, Web Marketing Guru, Keynote Speaker)

Episode 19 - Larry Kim (MobileMonkey, WordStream)

In this episode we speak with Larry Kim. Larry is the CEO of MobileMonkey, the world's fastest growing Facebook Messenger marketing platform, used by millions of users. He’s also the Founder of WordStream, the World's largest PPC Marketing software platform, managing over a Billion dollars of ad spend for tens of thousands of customers (acquired by USA Today in July 2018 for $150 Million). He’s a top contributor to Medium Magazine and CNBC. He’s received ‘Marketer of the Year’ awards from Search Engine Land, US Search Awards and PPC Hero. It takes seconds into the interview to sense just how humble Larry is. He’s super down-to-earth and despite building a very successful unicorn he tells us “I would argue that I did everything wrong, so this time around I’d do the opposite to what I did the first time around”. His mindset is one of “if you can dream it, you can do it”. It’s clear he’s not in it for the money, for him it’s about the challenge. “I want to see if I can d...

40 MINOCT 1
Comments
Episode 19 - Larry Kim (MobileMonkey, WordStream)

Episode 18 - Enon Landenberg (Bosco, E-Dologic, TEDx speaker)

In this episode we speak with Enon Landenberg, a serial entrepreneur, well known expert in the interactive media field, highly sought after lecturer at technology conventions and a featured TEDx conference keynote speaker. The way Enon sees it, he spent years motivating people to spend more money on things they don’t need. In 1998, when he was 26 years old he founded E-Dologic, Israel’s first interactive advertising agency. It was a huge success and in 2001 the company was acquired by Publicis Group SA. He stayed busy but kept looking to do something meaningful with the experience he’s gained that will amount to more than just money. “I was feeling that I want to do something that I’m proud of what I’m doing and not only of the results.” That lead him to participate and lead various ventures such as managing the marketing of the podcast’s featured non-profit - space IL. It’s in his current venture Bosco that he’s found his life’s mission. Bosco is a mobile app that detect...

50 MINSEP 2
Comments
Episode 18 - Enon Landenberg (Bosco, E-Dologic, TEDx speaker)

Episode 17 - Amit Menipaz (Former VP eBay Global)

In this episode we speak with Amit Menipaz, former Vice President of eBay global. At eBay Amit led global product transformations to understand eBay's inventory, simplify selling experiences and build new buying and personalization platforms and experiences by leveraging big data, AI/machine learning, computer vision and a world class team located across the US, Europe and Israel. He also co-authored an academic textbook about International Business that is used in Business schools around the world. Amit experienced different cultures his entire life. Being a bit of a chameleon and assimilating into a new culture is almost second nature to him. He’s used to walking in and out of different worlds. He was born in Israel, when he was about 18 months old the family moved to the US and kept relocating to a different city or country roughly every 3 years. This wasn’t easy on him but taught him two major life lessons that we can all lean on: 1. Not to be afraid of change - everything is ...

52 MINAUG 1
Comments
Episode 17 - Amit Menipaz (Former VP eBay Global)

Episode 16 - Matan Berkowitz (Entrepreneur, Forbes U30, TED speaker)

In this episode we speak with Matan Berkowitz. Interdisciplinary artist, award winning inventor, entrepreneur, Forbes U30, TED speaker. Matan is very self aware and is fueled by a passion to make a real sustainable difference in the world. It’s reflected in everything that he does. From founding a company called Shift, where he worked on creating impact-driven innovations, focusing on developing solutions for people with disabilities. To sharing his unique visions by giving talks and performing in front of large audiences, trying to leave people with a sense of ownership over their lives in stages that include TED, Google, Microsoft and Forbes. To his current project where he’s working to enable tongue driven operating solutions. Matan is determined to actively effect people positively and to do things that are larger than himself (or any one being for that matter). Matan describes the mindset that lead to what he calls falling down the rabbit hole of doing his current project “I...

56 MINJUL 12
Comments
Episode 16 - Matan Berkowitz (Entrepreneur, Forbes U30, TED speaker)

Episode 15 - Tal Zubalsky (Eko formerly Interlude)

In this episode we speak with Tal Zubalsky, Co-founder and CPO of Eko (previously Interlude) - the only streaming service in the world where stories are shaped by viewers as they unfold. Eko is a mini-cosmos where any series of choices that people make affect the outcome of the plot. The story of how the company was founded and got to where it’s at today is no different. Tal’s background is creative. He studied animation in Tel Aviv, and was part of a music band, together with the rest of his Co-founders. It all started when the band members wanted to create a music video for their audience that would be original and different. They created an interactive video, got great feedback and realized they may be onto something big. From very early on Tal and his co-founders weren’t afraid to take risks. Before they had any technology they pitched to the Israeli version of American Idol and committed to creating an interactive video for the show. When getting a “yes” they then had a ve...

42 MINJUN 25
Comments
Episode 15 - Tal Zubalsky (Eko formerly Interlude)

Episode 14 - Kfir Damari (Space IL, Tabookey)

In this episode we speak with Kfir Damari, COO of Tabookey and Co-Founder of Space IL. Kfir made history by founding a company that is the first private organization to ever reach the moon! It’s a bitter sweet achievement because the official goal was to soft land on the moon, making Israel the fourth nation in the world to do so. But as life (or physics) would have it, Beresheet, the lunar lander that the team built, failed to do so and crashed on the moon at a speed of 1km per second (making Israel the 7th nation to orbit the moon). Failure is a funny word to use in this respect for reasons that are self explanatory. But above all, the high level goal of the mission was to create an effect similar to the Apollo effect that will inspire younger generations to go and study science and technology and to set moonshot goals for themselves. In order to do that Kfir and his team spent years visiting schools across Israel, giving talks to kids, telling them the story of Space IL. As the ...

54 MINMAY 31
Comments
Episode 14 - Kfir Damari (Space IL, Tabookey)

Episode 13 - Mari Smith (THE top Facebook marketing expert in the world)

In this episode we speak with Mari Smith. Mari is a world class expert on relationship marketing. She’s one of the world's leading social media thought leaders, a bestselling author, keynote speaker (she frequently shares the stage with notable leaders and celebrities including Sir Richard Branson, the Dalai Lama, Tony Robbins, Guy Kawasaki, and Paula Abdul), she was named a top social media power influencer by Forbes ...and the list goes on. In a world where the only constant is change, Mari helps millions of marketers and businesses focus on proven evergreen strategies. We cover some of those, for example: It will never go out of style to provide amazing customer service. What’s changing is the technology and delivery mechanism. Businesses will always need to have clear brand guidelines, trained community managers and customer service reps. Basically, Mari says that the evergreen formula is to produce great content, engage with people in the way in which they want to engage and ...

39 MINAPR 23
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Episode 13 - Mari Smith (THE top Facebook marketing expert in the world)

Episode 12 - Guy Vaknin (Beyond Sushi)

In this episode we speak with Chef Guy Vaknin, a vegan entrepreneur, owner of Beyond Sushi - a NY Sushi Chain that currently serves over 2 million people. Guy had a lot of experience working various jobs in the restaurant business. But before going all in he enrolled in college to study computer engineering. Then, like many entrepreneurs we speak with, the college system didn’t feel right and he dropped out after 3 months. In his unique case, his father, who was already in the business, encouraged him to drop out and join him in business. 6 years later, after working alongside his dad, who enabled and empowered him to fail and experience the real world, he felt ready to open up his own business and Beyond Sushi came to life. He realised there’s business potential in the vegetarian food business and despite most people around him telling him he’s insane, he took all his money, loaned more from his father and invested it all, fully believing in his idea. When he opened the first re...

42 MINMAR 1
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Episode 12 - Guy Vaknin (Beyond Sushi)
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