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Is This Right? a marketing, consulting, and EOS podcast

Josh Barnhart

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Is This Right? a marketing, consulting, and EOS podcast

Is This Right? a marketing, consulting, and EOS podcast

Josh Barnhart

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About Us

A weekly podcast diving into topics we find relevant and compelling in the worlds of marketing, consulting, EOS, specializing, photography, and more.Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com

Latest Episodes

Top 5 Podcast Mistakes

Starting a podcast is tough, but actually making it good is a whole different monster. Between episode planning, release, promotion, time, editing, and guests, there's plenty of room for error as well as improvement. In this episode Josh breaks down the top 5 mistakes ITR has made so far, and some suggestions for those looking to improve their own podcast.

16 min3 d ago
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Top 5 Podcast Mistakes

Position Analysis #2: Tide

The second positioning analysis episode is focusing on Tide. In this new series, we take a look at the market position of brands and companies, speculate some of their strengths and weaknesses, and also try to find some things we can learn from their work. Today we talk about the business account company, Tide (UK). We discuss their ease-of-use, pricing structure, position statement, and more. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com Links: sbstandard.com tide.co

24 min1 w ago
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Position Analysis #2: Tide

Synchronization and Assassin's Creed

Sometimes we get so caught up in the journey that we forget the destination. In this episode Josh talks about the game Assassin's Creed, synchronization, and how it relates to the business world. Also some practical tips on how you can "synchronize". Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com

8 min2 w ago
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Synchronization and Assassin's Creed

Positioning Analysis #1: Magic Spoon

The first positioning analysis episode is focusing on a relatively new company, Magic Spoon. In this new series, we take a look at the market position of brands and companies, speculate some of their strengths and weaknesses, and also try to find some things we can learn from their work. Today we talk about the DTC cereal company, Magic Spoon. We discuss their 90's-inspired creative direction, their pricing, value, how we view them in relation to other cereal brands, and much more. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com Links: www.magicspoon.com

24 min3 w ago
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Positioning Analysis #1: Magic Spoon

Flow and the Decisive Moment

“There is nothing in this world that does not have a decisive moment” In this episode, Josh explores the relationship between the decisive moment and being in a state of flow, how to capitalize on these moments, and how to put yourself in the best position for decision making. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com Resources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14ih3WgeOLs https://www.amazon.com/Flow-Psychology-Experience-Perennial-Classics-ebook/dp/B000W94FE6

6 minAUG 24
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Flow and the Decisive Moment

Visionary or Integrator?

Which one are you? In this episode Josh and Tom discuss this EOS staple, what it means to be a visionary, integrator, or both, and how you can fill these roles in your business. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com Links: https://www.markcwinters.com/rocket-fuel-now/

23 minAUG 16
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Visionary or Integrator?

The Most And Least Creative Person In The World

Who's the most and who's least creative person in the world? Josh explores this question in this episode, along with criteria for creativity and what creativity actually means. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com

5 minAUG 10
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The Most And Least Creative Person In The World

Charging What You're Worth

Getting better at what you do shouldn’t mean you make less money. In this episode Josh and Tom discuss value-based pricing, when to make the jump, how this works in consultancy, and the role remote working can play moving forward. Contact: Josh@tmillergroup.com Links: https://winwithoutpitching.acemlnb.com/lt.php?s=1822dcd023c320563db608f6f3a0e1d0&i=113A724A1A552 https://hbr.org/2016/08/a-quick-guide-to-value-based-pricing

36 minAUG 3
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Charging What You're Worth

Improving a Podcast

In this episode Josh discusses the process of improving a podcast and some helpful tips on perspective. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com Resources: https://www.amazon.com/Big-Podcast-Audience-Listener-Everybody-ebook/dp/B07MPVSN79

8 minJUL 27
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Improving a Podcast

Empty Hours and Avoiding Burnout

In this episode Josh and Tom discuss avoiding and dealing with burnout, and some tips for approaching time management. Contact: Josh@tmillergroup.com Mentioned: https://anchoradvisors.com/how-to-avoid-burnout-as-a-business-owner/ https://www.davidcbaker.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/burnout.pdf https://pmc-dropshare.s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/CH10-02.png

33 minJUL 20
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Empty Hours and Avoiding Burnout

Latest Episodes

Top 5 Podcast Mistakes

Starting a podcast is tough, but actually making it good is a whole different monster. Between episode planning, release, promotion, time, editing, and guests, there's plenty of room for error as well as improvement. In this episode Josh breaks down the top 5 mistakes ITR has made so far, and some suggestions for those looking to improve their own podcast.

16 min3 d ago
Comments
Top 5 Podcast Mistakes

Position Analysis #2: Tide

The second positioning analysis episode is focusing on Tide. In this new series, we take a look at the market position of brands and companies, speculate some of their strengths and weaknesses, and also try to find some things we can learn from their work. Today we talk about the business account company, Tide (UK). We discuss their ease-of-use, pricing structure, position statement, and more. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com Links: sbstandard.com tide.co

24 min1 w ago
Comments
Position Analysis #2: Tide

Synchronization and Assassin's Creed

Sometimes we get so caught up in the journey that we forget the destination. In this episode Josh talks about the game Assassin's Creed, synchronization, and how it relates to the business world. Also some practical tips on how you can "synchronize". Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com

8 min2 w ago
Comments
Synchronization and Assassin's Creed

Positioning Analysis #1: Magic Spoon

The first positioning analysis episode is focusing on a relatively new company, Magic Spoon. In this new series, we take a look at the market position of brands and companies, speculate some of their strengths and weaknesses, and also try to find some things we can learn from their work. Today we talk about the DTC cereal company, Magic Spoon. We discuss their 90's-inspired creative direction, their pricing, value, how we view them in relation to other cereal brands, and much more. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com Links: www.magicspoon.com

24 min3 w ago
Comments
Positioning Analysis #1: Magic Spoon

Flow and the Decisive Moment

“There is nothing in this world that does not have a decisive moment” In this episode, Josh explores the relationship between the decisive moment and being in a state of flow, how to capitalize on these moments, and how to put yourself in the best position for decision making. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com Resources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14ih3WgeOLs https://www.amazon.com/Flow-Psychology-Experience-Perennial-Classics-ebook/dp/B000W94FE6

6 minAUG 24
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Flow and the Decisive Moment

Visionary or Integrator?

Which one are you? In this episode Josh and Tom discuss this EOS staple, what it means to be a visionary, integrator, or both, and how you can fill these roles in your business. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com Links: https://www.markcwinters.com/rocket-fuel-now/

23 minAUG 16
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Visionary or Integrator?

The Most And Least Creative Person In The World

Who's the most and who's least creative person in the world? Josh explores this question in this episode, along with criteria for creativity and what creativity actually means. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com

5 minAUG 10
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The Most And Least Creative Person In The World

Charging What You're Worth

Getting better at what you do shouldn’t mean you make less money. In this episode Josh and Tom discuss value-based pricing, when to make the jump, how this works in consultancy, and the role remote working can play moving forward. Contact: Josh@tmillergroup.com Links: https://winwithoutpitching.acemlnb.com/lt.php?s=1822dcd023c320563db608f6f3a0e1d0&i=113A724A1A552 https://hbr.org/2016/08/a-quick-guide-to-value-based-pricing

36 minAUG 3
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Charging What You're Worth

Improving a Podcast

In this episode Josh discusses the process of improving a podcast and some helpful tips on perspective. Contact: josh@tmillergroup.com Resources: https://www.amazon.com/Big-Podcast-Audience-Listener-Everybody-ebook/dp/B07MPVSN79

8 minJUL 27
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Improving a Podcast

Empty Hours and Avoiding Burnout

In this episode Josh and Tom discuss avoiding and dealing with burnout, and some tips for approaching time management. Contact: Josh@tmillergroup.com Mentioned: https://anchoradvisors.com/how-to-avoid-burnout-as-a-business-owner/ https://www.davidcbaker.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/burnout.pdf https://pmc-dropshare.s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/CH10-02.png

33 minJUL 20
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Empty Hours and Avoiding Burnout
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