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The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff on C-Suite Radio is for entrepreneurs, business owners and business leaders. The mission of the show is to inform, inspire, educate and entertain our business audience. Show guests are best-selling authors, top professional speakers, CEOs and business leaders from some of the top companies in America. Show host, Marty Wolff is a highly respected executive coach and business consultant. Based on his reading hundreds of books and interviewing hundreds of guests for over five years, publishers, public relations firms and media companies request to have their clients on the Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff. Join Marty and his guests on these learning journeys. Learn from the best business minds in America - this is the Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff on C-Suite Radio.

Latest Episodes

Part One. Pragmatic Passion with Joe Battista

Joe Battista, a former NHL team executive, 6-time ACHA National Championship Hockey Coach, Professional Speaker, Success Coach and Owner of Pragmatic Passion Consulting joins the Business Builders Show for two interviews. Here is part one.We discuss Joe's bookThe Power of Pragmatic Passion, 7 Common Sense Principles for Achieving Personal & Professional Success.Learn more about how you canDream Big. Keep it Real. Get it Done!Learn more about Joe atpragmaticpassion.comWhy two separate interviews? Too much valuable information to share in just one show. Teaser- our next interview focuses on "financial literacy' and why that topic is so important to achieve personal and professional success.In addition to his website,pragmaticpassion.com, you can also find Joe on Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/joebattista/I welcome your questions and comments. You can reach me atmarty wolff business solutions.comor you can call or text me at 570 815 1626.

26 MIN4 d ago
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Part One. Pragmatic Passion with Joe Battista

What Do Aristotle, Steve Jobs, Beethoven and Darwin Have In Common?

Idea junkie and entrepreneur, Joyce Shulman is back as a guest on the Business Builders Show to talk about her latest endeavor, 99 Walks. 99 Walks is a mission-driven venture, aimed at combating loneliness and improving fitness through the simple act of encouraging moms to walk together. In this episode of the Business Builders Show Joyce shares research and valuable insights on how walking can improve not only your health but also your professional performance. So what do Aristotle, Steve Jobs, Beethoven and Darwin (along with Mark Zuckerberg and Einstein) have in common? Every one of these visionary, highly creative and productive leaders made walking a material part of their personal and professional routine. Download the podcast, put on your shoes and get strolling while listening to our conversation on the business power of walking.Learn more about 99 Walks:https://www.99walks.fit/Instagram: @99walksFacebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/99walks/?fref=nfConnect with Joyce on Instagram: @joyce.r.shulman and Twitter:https://twitter.com/joycershulman

23 MIN2 w ago
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What Do Aristotle, Steve Jobs, Beethoven and Darwin Have In Common?

Disrupting The Toy Industry

Donegal, Ireland based entrepreneur Ian Harkin ditched a finance career in London to launch a doll company. Ian is the CEO of Lottie Dolls, a toy company creating a diverse range of premium quality small dolls. Since launching his company in 2011, he’s been on a mission to challenge toy industry standards with dolls addressing body image, gender stereotypes, diversity in ability and ethnicity. To date, Lottie Dolls have won 35 international toy awards and partnered with the European Space Agency, sending the Stargazer Doll to the International Space Station. In this episode of the Business Builders Show, Ian shares why he self-funded his company, to the research behind every Lottie Doll as well as why listening to kids (not parents or retailers) was the best product research and some raw insights on the challenges of creating a mission-driven company.Discover Lottie Dolls here:https://www.lottie.com/Learn about Stargazer Lottie:https://youtu.be/_3I0ChExz-w

33 MIN3 w ago
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Disrupting The Toy Industry

Our 2019 Veterans Day Show with Kim Seevers

Our guest on this 2019 Veterans Day Business Builders Show is Kim Seevers. Kim believes what is very important with sports-based Veterans programs is the physical, cognitive and emotional rehabilitative outcome of learning and participating in outdoor-based activities. We discuss how she has seen increased self-esteem, confidence, and improved quality of life with continued participation in these programs. Refer tohttps://www.disabledsportsusa.org/for more details.Kim is a great story teller. And our hope is that this conversation delivers some benefit to our Veterans and their families. You can contact Kim Seevers on Linkedin.Thanks for listening to this special Veterans Day edition of the Business Builders Show.If you wish to contact me with comments or questions, my email ismarty@martywolffbusinesssolutions.com. You can also call or text me at 570 815 1626.

20 MINNOV 9
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Our 2019 Veterans Day Show with Kim Seevers

Fastest American Finish Ever! 2019 IRONMAN

Timothy O'Donnell is one of the world'smost successful and experiencedAmericanlong-course triathletes. In 2019, Tim went on to finish second at the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, HI and recordedthe fastest American finish ever (7:59:40).Listen to this incredible story that includes the United States Naval Academy and the University of California, Berkeley.Grit, determination, motivation, great coachesand being married to three-time IRONMAN World Champion, Mirinda Carfrae...................Tim's journey redefined excellence for me.You'll love this interview and you'll be sharing it with your business colleagues, your friends, and families.Follow Tim and Rinny's journey attimandrinnyshow.com.Be sure to subscribe to their podcast and buy some "swag" on their website (I ordered the hat!)If you LOVED this interview let Tim know. Also, let me know by emailing me at marty@martywolffbusinesssolutions.comor call or text me at 570 815 1626. Thanks for listening to the Business Builders Show. Be sure to subscribe to our show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iheartRadio, or your fav app.Photo Credit to Talbot Cox Media /talbotcox.com

21 MINOCT 26
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Fastest American Finish Ever! 2019 IRONMAN

Marketers, TEAR DOWN These Walls!

"Michael Solomon has done it again. He lines up Marketing's sacred cows, and then he methodically tips over each one. This incisive guide to today's consumer gives us the vision we need to create products and services that willresonatewith these new chameleons."-Philip KotlerIfyou are trying to understand consumers behavior, start with this insightful discussion with my guest, Dr. Michael Solomon. He is the author ofMarketers, TEAR DOWN These Walls: Liberating the Postmodern Consumer.Learn more about Michael at,michaelsolomon.comIf you loved this interview, please let Dr. Solomon know by contacting him on his website, buying his book, and following him on his social media channels.If you have comments or questions for me, you can reach me atmarty@martywolffbusinesssolutions.comor phone or text at 570 815 1626. AND, please subscribe to our show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app.Thanks for listening!

25 MINOCT 14
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Marketers, TEAR DOWN These Walls!

18 Anarchist Lessons for Business and Life

Why is Ari Weinzweig, co-founder of Zingerman's Deli in Ann Arbor, MI talking aboutGoing into Business with Emma Goldman?Because although she passed away in 1940, Emma Goldman's ideas continue to be cutting edge, a creative and caring approach forhealthy business and life RIGHT NOW.Ari is an incredible storyteller, so you will be engaged in this conversation from the very beginning. Make no mistake,this information relates to our businesses and our lives TODAY.Get the pamphlet that we discuss, as well as all of Ari's writings atzingtrain.com.To order products online go tozingermans.com. AND, be sure to click on the Z in the upper-right hand corner of that page to learn more about Zingerman's Community of Businesses.Ari welcomes your emails. Reach him atari@zingermans.comI would love to hear what you think about this show and all our Business Builders Shows. Call or text me at 570 815 1626. Email me atmarty@martywolffbusinesssolutions.com. Thanks for listening!

32 MINOCT 3
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18 Anarchist Lessons for Business and Life

What Drives The Success Of Women In Tech

In this episode of the Business Builders Show, guest host Kelly Hoey leads the conversation with Julie Elberfeld, SVP, Card Technology and Executive Sponsor of Diversity and Inclusion for Technology at Capital One about a new survey conducted by Capital One focusing on success of women executives in tech.This is not the usual “women in tech” survey.As Julie shares with Kelly and host, Marty Wolff, this new survey flips the focus of the conversation away from the myriad of reasons why women leave tech to reflect on the success of women (like Julie) who have climbed the tech ladder. A startling 56% of women in tech leave tech by the mid-point of their career however, as Julie notes, if we only focus on failure rates, we overlook the x-factor of successful women and lose a vital opportunity to change representation in tech.One key finding from the study: strong peer networks helped women stay the course in their tech career.From a sense of purpose to the flexible nature of the work along with determination and grit, there are success lessons in this conversation with Julie for those who are in tech or are considering a career in tech as well as insights for the employers who are seeking to retain or recruit tech talent.Guest host Kelly Hoey frequently partners with Capital One, enabling us to bring unique insights from corporate leaders to the Business Builders Show audience.Find the women in tech survey discussed in the episode here:https://ecm.capitalone.com/DevExchange/assets/PDFs/WIT_Report_2019.pdfCheck out Julie’s post “Breaking Barriers: Why Diversity in Tech Is Everyone’s Job”-https://www.capitalone.com/tech/culture/breaking-barriers-why-diversity-in-tech-is-everyones-job/Learn more about Capital Dev Academy (CODA). CODA is the six month, intensive coding training that prepares analytical non-Computer Science majors for careers in software engineering mentioned during this Business Builders Show episode:https://campus.capitalone.com/coda-program/

30 MINOCT 1
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What Drives The Success Of Women In Tech

UNLEASH Your Organization's Rapid Growth Culture

My guest today is David Mattson. He is CEO and President of Sandler Training,sandler.com. David oversees the corporate direction and strategy for the company's global operations including sales, marketing, consulting, alliances, and support. His key areas of focus are sales leadership, strategy, and client satisfaction. He is a best-selling author, sales and management leader, keynote speaker and leader for sales training seminars around the world. We discuss the book he co-authored with Tom Schodorf and Bart Fanelli,The Success Cadence: UNLEASH Your Organization's Rapid Growth Culture.In addition to sales leaders, all c-suite executives will find this interview and book valuable. To learn more about David and to see the resources available to you go tosandler.comThanks for listening to this edition of the Business Builders Show. You can get all our shows on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, YouTube, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app. If you want to connect with me, go tomartywolffbusinesssolutions.comor find me on Linkedin.

24 MINSEP 30
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UNLEASH Your Organization's Rapid Growth Culture

"Workplace Design And Expectations Of Today's Talent: Part 2"

From natural light to trash cans! In this second interview with Stefanie Spurlin, Vice President of Workplace Solutions at Capital One, we dive deeper into the findings of the 2019 Work Environment Survey exploring the importance of natural light (as guess what! natural light is the most requested design element by employees and connections to nature in the workplace can improve employee well-being), how mental health and well-being has risen to top of workplace survey plus other top office perks. The information may just surprise you. In this episode you’ll also learn why Stefanie’s team at Capital One took away individual trash cans – initially as a tactic to support and centralize the company’s recycling efforts, but there were other unintended positive benefits to the disruption of individual employee trash habits too! Finally we close out the conversation with Stefanie’s recommendations on the workplace perks you should have in place to retain talent.Learn more about Capital One’s 2019 Work Environment Survey here:https://www.capitalone.com/about/newsroom/wps-survey/Listen to our first Business Builders Show interview with Stefanie here:https://apple.co/2Zr1Lgu

25 MINSEP 6
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"Workplace Design And Expectations Of Today's Talent: Part 2"

Latest Episodes

Part One. Pragmatic Passion with Joe Battista

Joe Battista, a former NHL team executive, 6-time ACHA National Championship Hockey Coach, Professional Speaker, Success Coach and Owner of Pragmatic Passion Consulting joins the Business Builders Show for two interviews. Here is part one.We discuss Joe's bookThe Power of Pragmatic Passion, 7 Common Sense Principles for Achieving Personal & Professional Success.Learn more about how you canDream Big. Keep it Real. Get it Done!Learn more about Joe atpragmaticpassion.comWhy two separate interviews? Too much valuable information to share in just one show. Teaser- our next interview focuses on "financial literacy' and why that topic is so important to achieve personal and professional success.In addition to his website,pragmaticpassion.com, you can also find Joe on Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/joebattista/I welcome your questions and comments. You can reach me atmarty wolff business solutions.comor you can call or text me at 570 815 1626.

26 MIN4 d ago
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Part One. Pragmatic Passion with Joe Battista

What Do Aristotle, Steve Jobs, Beethoven and Darwin Have In Common?

Idea junkie and entrepreneur, Joyce Shulman is back as a guest on the Business Builders Show to talk about her latest endeavor, 99 Walks. 99 Walks is a mission-driven venture, aimed at combating loneliness and improving fitness through the simple act of encouraging moms to walk together. In this episode of the Business Builders Show Joyce shares research and valuable insights on how walking can improve not only your health but also your professional performance. So what do Aristotle, Steve Jobs, Beethoven and Darwin (along with Mark Zuckerberg and Einstein) have in common? Every one of these visionary, highly creative and productive leaders made walking a material part of their personal and professional routine. Download the podcast, put on your shoes and get strolling while listening to our conversation on the business power of walking.Learn more about 99 Walks:https://www.99walks.fit/Instagram: @99walksFacebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/99walks/?fref=nfConnect with Joyce on Instagram: @joyce.r.shulman and Twitter:https://twitter.com/joycershulman

23 MIN2 w ago
Comments
What Do Aristotle, Steve Jobs, Beethoven and Darwin Have In Common?

Disrupting The Toy Industry

Donegal, Ireland based entrepreneur Ian Harkin ditched a finance career in London to launch a doll company. Ian is the CEO of Lottie Dolls, a toy company creating a diverse range of premium quality small dolls. Since launching his company in 2011, he’s been on a mission to challenge toy industry standards with dolls addressing body image, gender stereotypes, diversity in ability and ethnicity. To date, Lottie Dolls have won 35 international toy awards and partnered with the European Space Agency, sending the Stargazer Doll to the International Space Station. In this episode of the Business Builders Show, Ian shares why he self-funded his company, to the research behind every Lottie Doll as well as why listening to kids (not parents or retailers) was the best product research and some raw insights on the challenges of creating a mission-driven company.Discover Lottie Dolls here:https://www.lottie.com/Learn about Stargazer Lottie:https://youtu.be/_3I0ChExz-w

33 MIN3 w ago
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Disrupting The Toy Industry

Our 2019 Veterans Day Show with Kim Seevers

Our guest on this 2019 Veterans Day Business Builders Show is Kim Seevers. Kim believes what is very important with sports-based Veterans programs is the physical, cognitive and emotional rehabilitative outcome of learning and participating in outdoor-based activities. We discuss how she has seen increased self-esteem, confidence, and improved quality of life with continued participation in these programs. Refer tohttps://www.disabledsportsusa.org/for more details.Kim is a great story teller. And our hope is that this conversation delivers some benefit to our Veterans and their families. You can contact Kim Seevers on Linkedin.Thanks for listening to this special Veterans Day edition of the Business Builders Show.If you wish to contact me with comments or questions, my email ismarty@martywolffbusinesssolutions.com. You can also call or text me at 570 815 1626.

20 MINNOV 9
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Our 2019 Veterans Day Show with Kim Seevers

Fastest American Finish Ever! 2019 IRONMAN

Timothy O'Donnell is one of the world'smost successful and experiencedAmericanlong-course triathletes. In 2019, Tim went on to finish second at the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, HI and recordedthe fastest American finish ever (7:59:40).Listen to this incredible story that includes the United States Naval Academy and the University of California, Berkeley.Grit, determination, motivation, great coachesand being married to three-time IRONMAN World Champion, Mirinda Carfrae...................Tim's journey redefined excellence for me.You'll love this interview and you'll be sharing it with your business colleagues, your friends, and families.Follow Tim and Rinny's journey attimandrinnyshow.com.Be sure to subscribe to their podcast and buy some "swag" on their website (I ordered the hat!)If you LOVED this interview let Tim know. Also, let me know by emailing me at marty@martywolffbusinesssolutions.comor call or text me at 570 815 1626. Thanks for listening to the Business Builders Show. Be sure to subscribe to our show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iheartRadio, or your fav app.Photo Credit to Talbot Cox Media /talbotcox.com

21 MINOCT 26
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Fastest American Finish Ever! 2019 IRONMAN

Marketers, TEAR DOWN These Walls!

"Michael Solomon has done it again. He lines up Marketing's sacred cows, and then he methodically tips over each one. This incisive guide to today's consumer gives us the vision we need to create products and services that willresonatewith these new chameleons."-Philip KotlerIfyou are trying to understand consumers behavior, start with this insightful discussion with my guest, Dr. Michael Solomon. He is the author ofMarketers, TEAR DOWN These Walls: Liberating the Postmodern Consumer.Learn more about Michael at,michaelsolomon.comIf you loved this interview, please let Dr. Solomon know by contacting him on his website, buying his book, and following him on his social media channels.If you have comments or questions for me, you can reach me atmarty@martywolffbusinesssolutions.comor phone or text at 570 815 1626. AND, please subscribe to our show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app.Thanks for listening!

25 MINOCT 14
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Marketers, TEAR DOWN These Walls!

18 Anarchist Lessons for Business and Life

Why is Ari Weinzweig, co-founder of Zingerman's Deli in Ann Arbor, MI talking aboutGoing into Business with Emma Goldman?Because although she passed away in 1940, Emma Goldman's ideas continue to be cutting edge, a creative and caring approach forhealthy business and life RIGHT NOW.Ari is an incredible storyteller, so you will be engaged in this conversation from the very beginning. Make no mistake,this information relates to our businesses and our lives TODAY.Get the pamphlet that we discuss, as well as all of Ari's writings atzingtrain.com.To order products online go tozingermans.com. AND, be sure to click on the Z in the upper-right hand corner of that page to learn more about Zingerman's Community of Businesses.Ari welcomes your emails. Reach him atari@zingermans.comI would love to hear what you think about this show and all our Business Builders Shows. Call or text me at 570 815 1626. Email me atmarty@martywolffbusinesssolutions.com. Thanks for listening!

32 MINOCT 3
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18 Anarchist Lessons for Business and Life

What Drives The Success Of Women In Tech

In this episode of the Business Builders Show, guest host Kelly Hoey leads the conversation with Julie Elberfeld, SVP, Card Technology and Executive Sponsor of Diversity and Inclusion for Technology at Capital One about a new survey conducted by Capital One focusing on success of women executives in tech.This is not the usual “women in tech” survey.As Julie shares with Kelly and host, Marty Wolff, this new survey flips the focus of the conversation away from the myriad of reasons why women leave tech to reflect on the success of women (like Julie) who have climbed the tech ladder. A startling 56% of women in tech leave tech by the mid-point of their career however, as Julie notes, if we only focus on failure rates, we overlook the x-factor of successful women and lose a vital opportunity to change representation in tech.One key finding from the study: strong peer networks helped women stay the course in their tech career.From a sense of purpose to the flexible nature of the work along with determination and grit, there are success lessons in this conversation with Julie for those who are in tech or are considering a career in tech as well as insights for the employers who are seeking to retain or recruit tech talent.Guest host Kelly Hoey frequently partners with Capital One, enabling us to bring unique insights from corporate leaders to the Business Builders Show audience.Find the women in tech survey discussed in the episode here:https://ecm.capitalone.com/DevExchange/assets/PDFs/WIT_Report_2019.pdfCheck out Julie’s post “Breaking Barriers: Why Diversity in Tech Is Everyone’s Job”-https://www.capitalone.com/tech/culture/breaking-barriers-why-diversity-in-tech-is-everyones-job/Learn more about Capital Dev Academy (CODA). CODA is the six month, intensive coding training that prepares analytical non-Computer Science majors for careers in software engineering mentioned during this Business Builders Show episode:https://campus.capitalone.com/coda-program/

30 MINOCT 1
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What Drives The Success Of Women In Tech

UNLEASH Your Organization's Rapid Growth Culture

My guest today is David Mattson. He is CEO and President of Sandler Training,sandler.com. David oversees the corporate direction and strategy for the company's global operations including sales, marketing, consulting, alliances, and support. His key areas of focus are sales leadership, strategy, and client satisfaction. He is a best-selling author, sales and management leader, keynote speaker and leader for sales training seminars around the world. We discuss the book he co-authored with Tom Schodorf and Bart Fanelli,The Success Cadence: UNLEASH Your Organization's Rapid Growth Culture.In addition to sales leaders, all c-suite executives will find this interview and book valuable. To learn more about David and to see the resources available to you go tosandler.comThanks for listening to this edition of the Business Builders Show. You can get all our shows on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, YouTube, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app. If you want to connect with me, go tomartywolffbusinesssolutions.comor find me on Linkedin.

24 MINSEP 30
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UNLEASH Your Organization's Rapid Growth Culture

"Workplace Design And Expectations Of Today's Talent: Part 2"

From natural light to trash cans! In this second interview with Stefanie Spurlin, Vice President of Workplace Solutions at Capital One, we dive deeper into the findings of the 2019 Work Environment Survey exploring the importance of natural light (as guess what! natural light is the most requested design element by employees and connections to nature in the workplace can improve employee well-being), how mental health and well-being has risen to top of workplace survey plus other top office perks. The information may just surprise you. In this episode you’ll also learn why Stefanie’s team at Capital One took away individual trash cans – initially as a tactic to support and centralize the company’s recycling efforts, but there were other unintended positive benefits to the disruption of individual employee trash habits too! Finally we close out the conversation with Stefanie’s recommendations on the workplace perks you should have in place to retain talent.Learn more about Capital One’s 2019 Work Environment Survey here:https://www.capitalone.com/about/newsroom/wps-survey/Listen to our first Business Builders Show interview with Stefanie here:https://apple.co/2Zr1Lgu

25 MINSEP 6
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"Workplace Design And Expectations Of Today's Talent: Part 2"
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