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A weekly wrap of the “must-know” developments in Marketing, Media, Agency and Technology for leaders and emerging leaders in the industry. Veteran industry journalist and Mi3 Executive Editor Paul McIntyre talks each week with guest marketers who are in the know on what matters at the nexus of marketing, agencies, media and technology. Powered mostly by Human Intelligence (HI).
 
Are you leading important client relationships and also on the hook for growing them? The growth part can seem mysterious, but it doesn’t have to be! Business development expert Mo Bunnell will take you inside the minds of some of the most interesting thought leaders in the world, applying their insights to growth skills. You’ll learn proven processes to implement modern techniques. You’ll learn how to measure their impact. And, everything will be based in authenticity, always having the cli ...
 
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Alle zwei Wochen sprechen Marijan und Martin über Themen aus der Welt von Microsoft. Natürlich wird auch über den Tellerrand zu Google, Apple und anderen interessanten technologischen Neuerungen geblickt. Sei live auf Mixer auf Twitch unter twitch.com/onecastde oder YouTube auf dem Channel von Dr. Windows dabei und stelle deine Fragen – oder twittere einfach auf Twitter mit dem Hashtag #OneCastDE.
 
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Take Sunday with you wherever you go. Put it on your iPod, burn it to a CD, whatever. Get Sunday's sermon every week from First Church of God in St. Joseph, MI or come visit us! Service times are 9am, 10am and 11:15am. Our address is 2627 Niles Ave., St. Joseph, MI 49085. We look forward to seeing you!
 
Audio recording of the weekly 8am Sunday services of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, a member of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod in Watertown, WI. Weekly services include Saturdays at 6pm, and Sundays at 8am and 10:30am, Wednesday services during Lent and Advent, and special church holiday services throughout the year. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is located at 1611 E. Main St., Watertown, WI, 53098
 
Bienvenue sur la chaîne de podcasts du plus grand festival d'humour francophone en Europe. Écoutez les passages des humoristes sur scène et plongez dans l'ambiance exceptionnelle du #MontreuxComedyFestival. Dans une atmosphère plus intimiste, découvrez les épisodes #YellowMic où chaque invité se confie sur le travail de création d'un de ses sketchs. Suivez toutes nos actualités sur YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, Snapchat, et sur notre site web. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les ...
 
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Mo explores the key business development mindset shifts that you need to make to become great at business development. Find out why business development skills are both learned and earned, how anyone can become great at business development, and how to stay motivated and driven to keep doing the work of building relationships the right way. Busines…
 
by Ian Gill • On the British Columbia coast, the Heiltsuk First Nation asserts its rights to manage its resources, and who has access to them, through the seasonal herring harvest. Originally published in August 2018, the story, along with photos and video, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.Door Hakai Magazine
 
Et cette semaine, faites du bruit (où que vous soyez) pour Hervé Kimenyi ! Et pour ne pas manquer les prochains épisodes de Montreux Comedy Edition Audio, abonnez-vous sur vos plateformes de podcasts préférées ! Suivez-nous partout ! - YouTube : bit.ly/YoutubeMCF - Facebook : bit.ly/FacebookMCF - Instagram : bit.ly/InstagramMCF - Twitter : bit.ly/T…
 
Nestle’s Milo brand is in danger of losing its status as an iconic brand in Australia, Brand Finance Managing Director Mark Crowe says, unpacking the leaders and laggards in the latest Top 100 most valuable brand rankings, where 66 brands rose and 22 fell. But brand value and strength are more than just 'soft metric' leaderboards – they’re being le…
 
Business development can be hard. You’ve got to figure out a reason to persevere and keep adding value to your relationships, even when it feels like you’re not making much progress. To discover your why, ask yourself the Five Whys? Go deeper into the core reasons you do what you do until you discover the truth. Start with the question: “Why is get…
 
When you’re being sold to, you almost want to run away. You can tell the salesperson has only their best interests in mind, not yours. We are happy to buy when the reverse is true. When we’re learning and we feel like the other person is helping us discover the option that’s right for us, the experience is wonderful. When we buy something, we’re im…
 
Every expertise, no matter the field, is both learned and earned. You can become great at anything if you break it down into little pieces and practice each piece. You may not become world-class or be able to play in the NBA, but you can certainly become very good at that particular skill, and the key is deliberate practice. By breaking down the bi…
 
Adam Grant did a study on salespeople and put them on a spectrum of introversion to extroversion. For most people they land right in the middle and end up being a mix of both introvert and extrovert, and most successful salespeople were exactly the same way. Ambiverts were the most successful at making sales, not extroverts like people assumed was …
 
Dr. Kay Anders Ericsson spent over 30 years studying high-end expertise and discovered that every complex skill is both learned and earned. You can look at any expert and you would find decades of deliberate practice that got them to that level. No one is born with all the skills they need to be great at business development. Business development i…
 
Mo asks Marty Fagan: If you could record a video about growth or Business Development, and send it back to your younger self, what would you say? First thing is to be authentic. If you truly are authentic, people can pick up on that. And if you're not authentic, they can pick up on that as well. If you’re talking to someone and you don’t think your…
 
Mo asks Bill Ruprecht: If you could record a video around business development for your younger self, what would it say? You learn a lot more from failure than you do from success. Early on in Bill’s career, he had developed a relationship with an art collector, but after the collector passed away the business went to other people because Bill didn…
 
Toutes les deux semaines, découvrez un nouvel épisode de Yellow Mic, le podcast qui retrace l’histoire derrière une bonne vanne et comment elle a évolué pour arriver jusqu’en Suisse, sur la scène du Montreux Comedy Festival. Mehdi Bousaidan compose des blagues à la portée internationale, car il aborde des sujets connus de tous. Il y a deux ans, sur…
 
Mo asks Jonathan Reckford: You get to magically record a video and send it back to your younger self with some advice. What do you say? Jonathan spent most of his youth thinking about what he wanted to do instead of who he wanted to be. He would tell his younger self to focus on the ‘who’ before the ‘what’ first. If you never fail, it's likely you'…
 
Mo asks Katrina Johnson: If you could tape a message to your younger self about business development, what would it say? It would simply be one thing: Learn to walk the dog. When someone walks a dog, we assume that the person is in control, but that’s not always the case. Our brains work in a similar way. The dogwalker is the prefrontal cortex, and…
 
Mo asks Linda Klein: If you could record a video around business development and send it back to your younger self, what would it say? Business development is about passion. Life is about passion. Don’t lose your passion for getting involved. Helping others is the most satisfying thing you can do. In so many ways it’s easier to make a dollar than i…
 
Et cette semaine, faites du bruit (où que vous soyez) pour Alexis Le Rossignol ! Et pour ne pas manquer les prochains épisodes de Montreux Comedy Edition Audio, abonnez-vous sur vos plateformes de podcasts préférées ! Suivez-nous partout ! - YouTube : bit.ly/YoutubeMCF - Facebook : bit.ly/FacebookMCF - Instagram : bit.ly/InstagramMCF - Twitter : bi…
 
Mo asks Andrew Cogar: Tell us a business development story that you are particularly proud of. There was one project that stands out for Andrew, where he and the founder of his firm, Jim Strickland, had the chance to not only create an awesome property but also restore and support the local ecology as well. During the meeting, Jim and the client di…
 
Mo asks Jane Allen: Tell us a business development story that you are really proud of. Jane tells the story from the early 2000’s during a time when the people they were serving in corporate America were being overwhelmed by the explosion of data. One fateful dinner and “what if” scenario later, Jane started collaborating with a firm to solve real …
 
Mo asks Sandy Lutton: What is a business development story that you are really proud of? One moment in particular stands out from Sandy’s career in regards to business development. Part of her role at the Speaker’s Bureau was to secure talent, and Sandy was working on securing a famous world leader. The twist in the story was that the first in-pers…
 
Mo asks Linda Klein: Tell us a business development story that you are particularly proud of. Many years ago Linda did a favor for an accountant without sending him a bill. Five years later, the accountant called mainly to thank her and ask if she could help a friend of his. The new client was entering a mature market with lots of competition, but …
 
Mo asks Andrew Robertson: Tell me a business development story that you're particularly proud of. Andrew tells the story of a client in London that BBDO had been working with for 20 years and how they lost most of that client’s work after delivering a terrible piece starring John Cleese. Instead of bailing on the client completely, Andrew and the t…
 
Ten years into a data-analytics career, ANZ CMO Sweta Mehra pulled a u-turn and took a demotion to learn brand marketing from the ground up. She says it’s the smartest move she ever made, with marketers in narrow swim-lanes at risk of obsolescence. Mehra says ANZ’s push to bridge the skills gap within its own four walls via self-built Brand Academy…
 
Et cette semaine, faites du bruit (où que vous soyez) pour Alexandre Kominek ! Et pour ne pas manquer les prochains épisodes de Montreux Comedy Edition Audio, abonnez-vous sur vos plateformes de podcasts préférées ! Suivez-nous partout ! - YouTube : bit.ly/YoutubeMCF - Facebook : bit.ly/FacebookMCF - Instagram : bit.ly/InstagramMCF - Twitter : bit.…
 
Mo asks Bill Ruprecht: What is your favorite science, step, or strategy from the GrowBIG Training or the Snowball System? Bill began working with Mo because he believed a more disciplined approach to building relationships was critical to the continued growth of his organization. When you have 90 offices over 40 countries is an enormous task. Bill …
 
Mo asks Angela Meyer: What is your favorite science, step, or story that you learned from GrowBIG Training or The Snowball System? Angela’s favorite strategy is the Give to Get. Giving somebody value or knowledge they didn’t have before is a great way to start off a relationship. If you continue to show interest in someone personally, and not just …
 
Toutes les deux semaines, découvrez un nouvel épisode de Yellow Mic, le podcast qui retrace l’histoire derrière une bonne vanne et comment elle a évolué pour arriver jusqu’en Suisse, sur la scène du Montreux Comedy Festival. Urbain se confie sur son sketch “Mes excuses aux vegans”, créé en réponse à son précédent passage au Montreux Comedy Festival…
 
Mo asks John Tigh: What is your favorite science, step, or strategy from the GrowBIG Training or the Snowball System? John has been involved in the Snowball System for a long time and the Gravitas Model is a strategy that he uses every single day. It’s the perfect framework for taking any conversation where you want to go. It has an incredible leve…
 
Mo asks James Barclay: What is your favorite science, step, or story from the GrowBIG Training or the Snowball System? For James, the number one strategy is the Protemoi List. These are the people in your circle that are your partners, prospects, and the key people that could be your raving fans. Having a focused relationship list is an unbeatable …
 
Mo asks Maria Kelly: What is your favorite science, step, or story from the GrowBIG training or Snowball System? One of the most useful things Maria learned from the GrowBIG training was the seven pricing principles. Living in Switzerland, she grew up in a culture that didn’t talk about money and she learned early on in her career that if she didn’…
 
Aussie expat Nicole Taylor jumped ship from managing international creative firms to lead LEGO’s in-house agency, which has 400 people around the world, a content factory, and powerful creative, digital and production capabilities. Now, she’s leading a review of the company’s agency roster – and is very positive about the strengths of indies. “I lo…
 
Et cette semaine, faites du bruit (où que vous soyez) pour Lenny M'Bunga ! Et pour ne pas manquer les prochains épisodes de Montreux Comedy Edition Audio, abonnez-vous sur vos plateformes de podcasts préférées ! Suivez-nous partout ! - YouTube : bit.ly/YoutubeMCF - Facebook : bit.ly/FacebookMCF - Instagram : bit.ly/InstagramMCF - Twitter : bit.ly/T…
 
Mo asks Cannon Carr: What is your personal definition of business development? If you have a craft that you know and love and want to grow, you are naturally going to step into business development so you might as well do it right. For Cannon, business development is about connecting people and ideas. He thinks of it as purposeful engagement that c…
 
Mo asks Andrew Robertson: What is your personal definition of business development? Business development at its best is win/win/win. Your business wins, the client wins, and thirdly, the client is winning so much that they become your best business development ambassador. Raving fans turn into your own personal sales force. Focusing on the win for …
 
Mo asks Mike Duffy: What is your personal definition of business development? Simply put, business development is helping others, connecting dots, and developing healthy and long lasting relationships. When you understand who your client is, whoever that happens to be in the moment, and add value for them, that's how you get stuff done. Where is th…
 
Mo asks Jane Allen: What is your personal definition of business development? Jane’s definition is simply proactive problem solving. If you are trying to sell something, it should be something they need and may not know they need it. It’s about showing them a problem they have as well as the solution. People don’t like to be sold to, but they do li…
 
A fantasy life of push-button convenience and technological coddling is just as much a “virtual world” as any metaverse. With the gig economy as their operating system, these "userverses" isolate consumers from each other and protect the exploitive system tech companies and venture capital have built. Read more essays on living with technology at h…
 
Australia is Toyota country and holds similar clout and market dominance across 17 key markets in Asia. But there were looming clouds on the horizon that Toyota’s APAC execs could see would pose a near-future challenge for the region’s leading carmaker. Toyota’s “humility” around innovation and the future of mobility risked being too conservative a…
 
Mo asks Jonathan Reckford: What's your personal definition of growth? Ultimately, it's all about impact, but in order to make an impact you need fuel. Creating complex partnerships is very aligned with good development practices, which is valuable for Jonathan because growth at Habitat for Humanity means having conversations around fundraising. Whe…
 
Et cette semaine, faites du bruit (où que vous soyez) pour Caroline Vigneaux ! Et pour ne pas manquer les prochains épisodes de Montreux Comedy Edition Audio, abonnez-vous sur vos plateformes de podcasts préférées ! Suivez-nous partout ! - YouTube : bit.ly/YoutubeMCF - Facebook : bit.ly/FacebookMCF - Instagram : bit.ly/InstagramMCF - Twitter : bit.…
 
Mo asks Henning Streubel: When was the moment that growth and business development was something you wanted to focus on? Henning is intrinsically motivated to help people, but it’s less about business development and sales. Whenever he meets someone, he has a tendency to ask deep questions. Early in his career working for a utility client in German…
 
So far, audio-based social apps have not had major success. Perhaps this is because the human voice has contrasting associations: intimacy, on one hand; and the public-facing self, on the other. However, we should be vigilant: both associations operate on the notion that there is something “pure” about spoken forms of communication, and both are hi…
 
Digital out of home screens are the new retail catalogue, as the likes of Woolworths, Coles, Myer and JB HiFi place specific offers and sales depending on the weather, temperature and location. “It's basically a really flexible, tailored, measurable, targeted, third party guaranteed position,” QMS CEO John O’Neill says. Dan Murphy’s, for example, t…
 
Mo asks Scott Winter: When was the moment that you realized that business development was great? Scott started his career off in sales with LexisNexis and that developed into a role in consulting. Eventually he made the switch to a product management position with Interaction where he focused on CRM and client relationships. Interaction is the worl…
 
Toutes les deux semaines, découvrez un nouvel épisode de Yellow Mic, le podcast qui retrace l’histoire derrière une bonne vanne et comment elle a évolué pour arriver jusqu’en Suisse, sur la scène du Montreux Comedy Festival. Ahmed Sparrow aime décortiquer les éléments basiques de la vie quotidienne pour en faire des blagues. Comment analyse-t-il le…
 
Mo asks Brian Caffarelli: When was the moment that you realized that business development was something you wanted to focus on? Brian’s first job out of college was in selling automobiles as a wholesaler to dealerships. Everything began for Brian with his first sale, and how that came about because of developing a relationship with another human be…
 
Mo asks Craig Budner: When did you realize that business development is good? Craig’s brother was a litigator and from an early age had his own firm. This taught Craig the necessity of creating a brand and cultivating referral sources in order to grow the firm. Craig took a slightly different path from his brother in that he joined one of the firms…
 
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