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Discussing Company Culture with Changemakers and Disruptors

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Colin Wayne How to Hire and Win with Your Employees | Ep. 250

EColin Wayne Colin Wayne is the Founder and CEO of Redline Steel, a customized steel manufacturing company inspired by design and relentless innovation to bring a level of quality unprecedented to what’s been seen in home decor. “A huge level of culture that people resonate with is when they can see their management group or leader with them every step of the way.” – Colin Wayne Leading the Way to Success Colin has an amazing drive in business. He is the type of leader who is not afraid to get into the trenches. This year, his goal is to have 1 million product orders. “As an entrepreneur that’s progressively growing and aggressively growing, it’s hard to realize the success you’ve had until it’s pointed out by a ton of other people.” – Colin Wayne Entrepreneur Journey Since he founded Redline Steel in 2016, they have grown to nearly 50 employees. A military veteran, he served for the U.S. for almost 7 years with 3 tours. Going to the gym helped him cope during his transiti...

25 MIN2018 SEP 19
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Colin Wayne How to Hire and Win with Your Employees | Ep. 250

Jason Treu Building a High-Performing Team | Ep. 249

EJason Treu Jason Treu (Troy) is an executive coach, podcast host and is the best-selling author of Social Wealth. He works with corporate leaders as well as with startups to maximize their potential and performance. “If you could find some links, some things people could do, you could change performance in a team, in a working group, across different business units or in an organization no matter how big it was.” – Jason Treu Operating with Teammates Jason returns to Stop Riding the Pine Podcast since his appearance on episode 80, where he talked about Finding Your Blind Spots. In his many years of talking with people, he saw the common challenge faced and that is applying the lessons learned. “In many ways, the best teams, were more like a family than the other teams were.” – Jason Treu According to him, it is important to consider how we operate with one another in our daily lives. This rings true across our established relationships. Better Relationships in Business How do ...

47 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Jason Treu Building a High-Performing Team | Ep. 249

Scott Beebe The Power of Intentional Leadership | Ep. 248

EScott Beebe Scott Beebe is the Founder of My Business on Purpose. He is passionate about helping small businesses develop systems and processes, and is personally godsend to our businesses. “Once you decide that ‘I want to intentionally grow a culture’, that’s when we get into this hunger mindset of what a real leader looks like.” – Scott Beebe My Business on Purpose At My Business on Purpose, as Scott puts it, they liberate small business owners from the chaos. They are all about implementation in the business. “Culture is interesting. It is biological. What grows in culture merely reflects what’s planted in the culture.” – Scott Beebe Importance of Company Culture They also want to help business owners really consider what company culture means to them. He believes that culture is a reflection of anything implemented in the company. “When you look at your culture and you hate what you see, that’s what you planted.” – Scott Beebe Thus, when leaders plant seeds of posi...

32 MIN2018 SEP 2
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Scott Beebe The Power of Intentional Leadership | Ep. 248

Gabe Arnold On Hiring a Copywriter for Your Business | Ep. 247

EGabe Arnold Gabe Arnold is the go-to guy when it comes to copywriting and marketing. For over a decade now, he’s helped tons of businesses through sustainable digital marketing and tech services made possible at his company called Copywriter Today. “You cannot micro-manage and control everything and build a team, because there is no point in building a team if you are constantly standing on their shoulder every day.” – Gabe Arnold Passion for Digital Marketing Gabe was 16 years old when he built and sold his first website. In his early 20s, he ended up building a multimillion-dollar construction company. He scaled it through digital marketing, websites, and SEO. But he lost the company when the housing market crashed. It was then he realized what he truly loved in his business and that was marketing. Copywriting for Websites From that point, Gabe focused on building websites to help brands market themselves online. He worked with them from design up to the implementation. With a...

49 MIN2018 SEP 1
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Gabe Arnold On Hiring a Copywriter for Your Business | Ep. 247

George Zwierko & Mike Compton How to Produce a Successful Video Campaign | Ep. 246

EGeorge Zwierko & Mike Compton George Zwierko & Mike Compton are the Co-Founders of Three Chairs Production, a video production company located at Tampa, Florida. For five years now, they have brought people to an advanced level of brand experience through high-quality videos. “So, the magic is in the pre-production. Magic is in the research that we do for brands … Yeah, it’s always taking a step back and starting with the why.” – George Zwierko Starting Three Chairs Production Prior to Three Chairs Production, George ran an ad agency. He’s always been in the creative industry. One day, he decided that he needed a video production arm to market his agency. He’s known Mike for many years since he used to be his client. When he heard that Mike went to become an independent producer, he reconnected with him and started the company. Three Chairs, Three Key Persons The name of their company expresses the idea of an open conversation over a cup of coffee. The three chairs represent ...

41 MIN2018 AUG 31
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George Zwierko & Mike Compton How to Produce a Successful Video Campaign | Ep. 246

Tim Fargo Why Bootstrapping Beats Being Funded | Ep. 245

ETim Fargo Tim Fargo is the President at SocialJukebox, a content management system that has helped brands to streamline their social media marketing campaigns. Today, he talks about the hustle myth and his own story as an entrepreneur. “By going away, it’s a little bit you enable people to handle things by giving them the opportunity to do it while you’re not there.” – Tim Fargo From Zero to Multimillion Dollars Tim has always been entrepreneurial. One time in college, he decided to launch a resume matching service where students and companies could meet. “Your path is your path, so you kinda have to get your own bruises along the way.” – Tim Fargo The business did not succeed as expected but he learned so much from that experience. True enough, he applied the lessons later on at Omega Insurance Services, an insurance fraud investigative company he co-founded and sold for $20 million. Debunking the Hustle Myth While hard work is an important component of getting ahead, it is...

39 MIN2018 AUG 30
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Tim Fargo Why Bootstrapping Beats Being Funded | Ep. 245

Josh Elledge How to Grow Your Business through Influence | Ep. 244

EJosh Elledge Josh Elledge is a serial entrepreneur and U.S. Navy Veteran, who is passionate about helping his fellow entrepreneurs to level up their influence. With efficient strategies, they, too, can scale their businesses in the right direction. “The best, most successful people are not only good at what they do but they are incredible promoters. They are also very thoughtful about taking their work and getting out on the road with it.” – Josh Elledge The Power of Influence for Businesses Nowadays, the average consumer sees thousands of brand messages daily. Competitors can be found anywhere online, marketing through various types and pieces of content. That’s why it is critical for businesses to find ways that will help them level up their perceived authority. As Josh puts it, there’s work to be done in order to stand out. Up My Influence Online Many businesses are already online. Unfortunately, there is this so-called Great Divide — a digital barrier that seemingly preven...

38 MIN2018 AUG 29
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Josh Elledge How to Grow Your Business through Influence | Ep. 244

Erik Seversen On the Path of Self Discovery | Ep. 243

EErik Seversen Erik Seversenis an Adventurer, Writer, Speaker, and Educator who helps others discover their own greatness, learn how to take action, and add passion and meaning to their lives. “There are times when the risk is deadly and it is always a calculated risk. And for the business, there are these fears that we feel and overcoming them is great.” – Erik Seversen From Ordinary to Extraordinary Erik used to be the kind of person who’d prefer sitting on the bench instead of getting in the game. It was not until high school when he started making the 180-degree turn in his life. “I created a company called Innovative Educational Services to use these business strategies in education which I really don’t see anybody else doing. ” – Erik Seversen During his spare time, he mowed lawns to raise enough money for a trip to London and hitchhike from South to Central Africa. Erik pursued a Master’s degree in Anthropology later on and taught English as a second language. Realizi...

31 MIN2018 AUG 28
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Erik Seversen On the Path of Self Discovery | Ep. 243

Jeffrey Shaw The Key to an Irresistible Business | Ep. 242

EJeffrey Shaw Jeffrey Shawspeaks to entrepreneurs and business leaders alike about the value of using the right language to reach out to the right people. He’s a speaker, coach, photographer and podcast host. Today, he shares the story and lessons that inked his pen as scribe of the book Lingo. “What people want is a deep, authentic connection. They want to feel like we get them and they get us in return. And speaking one’s lingo does that.” – Jeffrey Shaw Lingo: A Thirty-Year Story The skill sets we use to provide service to customers take years of sharpening. “You’re not paying for that event, you’re not paying for my time. You’re paying for the decades of self-development and education and exploration that went into it to get you at this moment with this skill set.” – Jeffrey Shaw The same is true for writing a book. Lingo is a culmination of personal stories stemming from on a life-altering encounter that is more relevant today than ever. The Plot Twist In 1984, then 2...

35 MIN2018 AUG 27
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Jeffrey Shaw The Key to an Irresistible Business | Ep. 242

Jesse Cole A Customer Experience that Stands Out | Ep. 241

EJesse Cole Jesse Cole teaches fellow entrepreneurs how to rise above the noise and succeed. His baseball team, The Savannah Bananas, has sold out 32 straight games. Today, he imparts the things he’s learned with his book Find Your Yellow Tux. “You can have the greatest business model in the world, but if no one sees or hears or knows what you’re doing, good luck! And, that’s what happened to us.” – Jesse Cole Doing Business Differently Jesse is fascinated by those who do business differently. If you haven’t seen Jesse yet or have not heard about him before, he easily stands out from the crowd because of his yellow tuxedo. He has 7 of them and wears them all the time. “Find your yellow tux — what makes you different, what makes you stand out; it’s the best version of yourself.” – Jesse Cole Unparalleled Customer Experience Jesse transformed the way people enjoy baseball. He and his team turned baseball into a non-stop fun. During their games, one may see someone dancing w...

26 MIN2018 AUG 26
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Jesse Cole A Customer Experience that Stands Out | Ep. 241

Latest Episodes

Colin Wayne How to Hire and Win with Your Employees | Ep. 250

EColin Wayne Colin Wayne is the Founder and CEO of Redline Steel, a customized steel manufacturing company inspired by design and relentless innovation to bring a level of quality unprecedented to what’s been seen in home decor. “A huge level of culture that people resonate with is when they can see their management group or leader with them every step of the way.” – Colin Wayne Leading the Way to Success Colin has an amazing drive in business. He is the type of leader who is not afraid to get into the trenches. This year, his goal is to have 1 million product orders. “As an entrepreneur that’s progressively growing and aggressively growing, it’s hard to realize the success you’ve had until it’s pointed out by a ton of other people.” – Colin Wayne Entrepreneur Journey Since he founded Redline Steel in 2016, they have grown to nearly 50 employees. A military veteran, he served for the U.S. for almost 7 years with 3 tours. Going to the gym helped him cope during his transiti...

25 MIN2018 SEP 19
Comments
Colin Wayne How to Hire and Win with Your Employees | Ep. 250

Jason Treu Building a High-Performing Team | Ep. 249

EJason Treu Jason Treu (Troy) is an executive coach, podcast host and is the best-selling author of Social Wealth. He works with corporate leaders as well as with startups to maximize their potential and performance. “If you could find some links, some things people could do, you could change performance in a team, in a working group, across different business units or in an organization no matter how big it was.” – Jason Treu Operating with Teammates Jason returns to Stop Riding the Pine Podcast since his appearance on episode 80, where he talked about Finding Your Blind Spots. In his many years of talking with people, he saw the common challenge faced and that is applying the lessons learned. “In many ways, the best teams, were more like a family than the other teams were.” – Jason Treu According to him, it is important to consider how we operate with one another in our daily lives. This rings true across our established relationships. Better Relationships in Business How do ...

47 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Jason Treu Building a High-Performing Team | Ep. 249

Scott Beebe The Power of Intentional Leadership | Ep. 248

EScott Beebe Scott Beebe is the Founder of My Business on Purpose. He is passionate about helping small businesses develop systems and processes, and is personally godsend to our businesses. “Once you decide that ‘I want to intentionally grow a culture’, that’s when we get into this hunger mindset of what a real leader looks like.” – Scott Beebe My Business on Purpose At My Business on Purpose, as Scott puts it, they liberate small business owners from the chaos. They are all about implementation in the business. “Culture is interesting. It is biological. What grows in culture merely reflects what’s planted in the culture.” – Scott Beebe Importance of Company Culture They also want to help business owners really consider what company culture means to them. He believes that culture is a reflection of anything implemented in the company. “When you look at your culture and you hate what you see, that’s what you planted.” – Scott Beebe Thus, when leaders plant seeds of posi...

32 MIN2018 SEP 2
Comments
Scott Beebe The Power of Intentional Leadership | Ep. 248

Gabe Arnold On Hiring a Copywriter for Your Business | Ep. 247

EGabe Arnold Gabe Arnold is the go-to guy when it comes to copywriting and marketing. For over a decade now, he’s helped tons of businesses through sustainable digital marketing and tech services made possible at his company called Copywriter Today. “You cannot micro-manage and control everything and build a team, because there is no point in building a team if you are constantly standing on their shoulder every day.” – Gabe Arnold Passion for Digital Marketing Gabe was 16 years old when he built and sold his first website. In his early 20s, he ended up building a multimillion-dollar construction company. He scaled it through digital marketing, websites, and SEO. But he lost the company when the housing market crashed. It was then he realized what he truly loved in his business and that was marketing. Copywriting for Websites From that point, Gabe focused on building websites to help brands market themselves online. He worked with them from design up to the implementation. With a...

49 MIN2018 SEP 1
Comments
Gabe Arnold On Hiring a Copywriter for Your Business | Ep. 247

George Zwierko & Mike Compton How to Produce a Successful Video Campaign | Ep. 246

EGeorge Zwierko & Mike Compton George Zwierko & Mike Compton are the Co-Founders of Three Chairs Production, a video production company located at Tampa, Florida. For five years now, they have brought people to an advanced level of brand experience through high-quality videos. “So, the magic is in the pre-production. Magic is in the research that we do for brands … Yeah, it’s always taking a step back and starting with the why.” – George Zwierko Starting Three Chairs Production Prior to Three Chairs Production, George ran an ad agency. He’s always been in the creative industry. One day, he decided that he needed a video production arm to market his agency. He’s known Mike for many years since he used to be his client. When he heard that Mike went to become an independent producer, he reconnected with him and started the company. Three Chairs, Three Key Persons The name of their company expresses the idea of an open conversation over a cup of coffee. The three chairs represent ...

41 MIN2018 AUG 31
Comments
George Zwierko & Mike Compton How to Produce a Successful Video Campaign | Ep. 246

Tim Fargo Why Bootstrapping Beats Being Funded | Ep. 245

ETim Fargo Tim Fargo is the President at SocialJukebox, a content management system that has helped brands to streamline their social media marketing campaigns. Today, he talks about the hustle myth and his own story as an entrepreneur. “By going away, it’s a little bit you enable people to handle things by giving them the opportunity to do it while you’re not there.” – Tim Fargo From Zero to Multimillion Dollars Tim has always been entrepreneurial. One time in college, he decided to launch a resume matching service where students and companies could meet. “Your path is your path, so you kinda have to get your own bruises along the way.” – Tim Fargo The business did not succeed as expected but he learned so much from that experience. True enough, he applied the lessons later on at Omega Insurance Services, an insurance fraud investigative company he co-founded and sold for $20 million. Debunking the Hustle Myth While hard work is an important component of getting ahead, it is...

39 MIN2018 AUG 30
Comments
Tim Fargo Why Bootstrapping Beats Being Funded | Ep. 245

Josh Elledge How to Grow Your Business through Influence | Ep. 244

EJosh Elledge Josh Elledge is a serial entrepreneur and U.S. Navy Veteran, who is passionate about helping his fellow entrepreneurs to level up their influence. With efficient strategies, they, too, can scale their businesses in the right direction. “The best, most successful people are not only good at what they do but they are incredible promoters. They are also very thoughtful about taking their work and getting out on the road with it.” – Josh Elledge The Power of Influence for Businesses Nowadays, the average consumer sees thousands of brand messages daily. Competitors can be found anywhere online, marketing through various types and pieces of content. That’s why it is critical for businesses to find ways that will help them level up their perceived authority. As Josh puts it, there’s work to be done in order to stand out. Up My Influence Online Many businesses are already online. Unfortunately, there is this so-called Great Divide — a digital barrier that seemingly preven...

38 MIN2018 AUG 29
Comments
Josh Elledge How to Grow Your Business through Influence | Ep. 244

Erik Seversen On the Path of Self Discovery | Ep. 243

EErik Seversen Erik Seversenis an Adventurer, Writer, Speaker, and Educator who helps others discover their own greatness, learn how to take action, and add passion and meaning to their lives. “There are times when the risk is deadly and it is always a calculated risk. And for the business, there are these fears that we feel and overcoming them is great.” – Erik Seversen From Ordinary to Extraordinary Erik used to be the kind of person who’d prefer sitting on the bench instead of getting in the game. It was not until high school when he started making the 180-degree turn in his life. “I created a company called Innovative Educational Services to use these business strategies in education which I really don’t see anybody else doing. ” – Erik Seversen During his spare time, he mowed lawns to raise enough money for a trip to London and hitchhike from South to Central Africa. Erik pursued a Master’s degree in Anthropology later on and taught English as a second language. Realizi...

31 MIN2018 AUG 28
Comments
Erik Seversen On the Path of Self Discovery | Ep. 243

Jeffrey Shaw The Key to an Irresistible Business | Ep. 242

EJeffrey Shaw Jeffrey Shawspeaks to entrepreneurs and business leaders alike about the value of using the right language to reach out to the right people. He’s a speaker, coach, photographer and podcast host. Today, he shares the story and lessons that inked his pen as scribe of the book Lingo. “What people want is a deep, authentic connection. They want to feel like we get them and they get us in return. And speaking one’s lingo does that.” – Jeffrey Shaw Lingo: A Thirty-Year Story The skill sets we use to provide service to customers take years of sharpening. “You’re not paying for that event, you’re not paying for my time. You’re paying for the decades of self-development and education and exploration that went into it to get you at this moment with this skill set.” – Jeffrey Shaw The same is true for writing a book. Lingo is a culmination of personal stories stemming from on a life-altering encounter that is more relevant today than ever. The Plot Twist In 1984, then 2...

35 MIN2018 AUG 27
Comments
Jeffrey Shaw The Key to an Irresistible Business | Ep. 242

Jesse Cole A Customer Experience that Stands Out | Ep. 241

EJesse Cole Jesse Cole teaches fellow entrepreneurs how to rise above the noise and succeed. His baseball team, The Savannah Bananas, has sold out 32 straight games. Today, he imparts the things he’s learned with his book Find Your Yellow Tux. “You can have the greatest business model in the world, but if no one sees or hears or knows what you’re doing, good luck! And, that’s what happened to us.” – Jesse Cole Doing Business Differently Jesse is fascinated by those who do business differently. If you haven’t seen Jesse yet or have not heard about him before, he easily stands out from the crowd because of his yellow tuxedo. He has 7 of them and wears them all the time. “Find your yellow tux — what makes you different, what makes you stand out; it’s the best version of yourself.” – Jesse Cole Unparalleled Customer Experience Jesse transformed the way people enjoy baseball. He and his team turned baseball into a non-stop fun. During their games, one may see someone dancing w...

26 MIN2018 AUG 26
Comments
Jesse Cole A Customer Experience that Stands Out | Ep. 241
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