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Making Waves at C-Level

Release Date: 08/28/2019

Bloom Mary Jane with Scott McDowell show art Bloom Mary Jane with Scott McDowell

Making Waves at C-Level

The Founder of Bloom Mary Jane is Scott McDowell better known as Strategic Scott on social media. He is a Maryland native who relocated to Colorado in 2016 after spending almost a decade in NYC working in the music industry. Upon arrival in Colorado Scott launched Strategic Leverage, LLC a boutique marketing agency. Strategic Leverage has a very niche focus on vendor booth immersive activations, event sponsorships, VIP product placement, and content creation.

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Twin Flame CBD Tea with Amada Sizemore show art Twin Flame CBD Tea with Amada Sizemore

Making Waves at C-Level

Amanda Sizemore is the owner at Twin Flame Tea. She founded the company almost two years ago. The idea came to her one afternoon walking through a farmer’s market with her significant other. She was craving an organic iced tea with real herbs. A tea with beautiful hand blended leaves, not the fanning’s you usually find at the grocery store. This craving led to her curiosity of starting what she didn’t know would become an amazing adventure.

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Who's In Your Room? with Dr. Ivan Misner show art Who's In Your Room? with Dr. Ivan Misner

Making Waves at C-Level

In this episode of "Making Waves at C-Level" we hear from Dr. Ivan Misner.  He is the founder of BNI and a very smart man who has built a large company and helped many other people find success through the connections they make in business.

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Growing A Business In The Pandemic show art Growing A Business In The Pandemic

Making Waves at C-Level

Episode 629 is an interview with Jon Kazarian, CEO and Founder of Accelevents.  He has a great story of growing Accelevents during the pandemic and shares a lot advice for business leaders on how to pivot and grow.

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Growing Through Acquisition with Ryan Snow show art Growing Through Acquisition with Ryan Snow

Making Waves at C-Level

Episode 628 looks at how small and mid-sized companies can grow through acquisition like the big companies.  In this conversation, Ryan Snow shares his experience in helping entrepreneurs scale their companies. 

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Groundswell Marketing with Scott Martin show art Groundswell Marketing with Scott Martin

Making Waves at C-Level

In this episode of "Making Waves at C-Level" the conversation goes deep into marketing, culture, growth-hacks, etc...   Scott Martin is an expert in branding, marketing, and strategy.  He shares his insights in this candid conversation with Making Waves host, Thom Singer.

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The Know, Like, and Trust Factor with Ray Abram show art The Know, Like, and Trust Factor with Ray Abram

Making Waves at C-Level

Thom Singer sits down with Ray Abram to talk about networking, career advancement, human connection, and success in this episode of "Making Waves at C-Level".

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Communicating Value with Beth Mund show art Communicating Value with Beth Mund

Making Waves at C-Level

This episode was originally recorded for the "Webinar Talk Show".  The conversation is a powerful chat and Thom Singer knew he had to share it here with the "Making Waves at C-Level".

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Cannabis Dispensary Franchising with Chelsea Mulligan show art Cannabis Dispensary Franchising with Chelsea Mulligan

Making Waves at C-Level

In this episode we talk with the co-founder of one of the first Cannabis Dispensary Franchise companies.  The Open Dor is a new company that is helping Cannabis Entrepreneurs open up stores across several states, and reduce the first time business owner mistakes.  Will Chelsea Mulligan become the Ray Kroc of Cannabis?  Maybe.  

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Know Your Because in 2021 with Gerry O'Brion show art Know Your Because in 2021 with Gerry O'Brion

Making Waves at C-Level

This episode was originally recorded for the "Digital Enterprise Society Podcast".  It is an interview with Gerry O'Brion from What Big Brands Know.  Gerry is a friend of Thom Singer's and and expert in marketing strategy for companies of all sizes.  

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When you are struggling with problems in your life or career, one way to help you feel better is to find a way to be a resource for others. When you can help others, you own problems melt away. And if they do not melt away, they most likely will feel like less of a burden.

Thom Singer gets busy with work and family and sometimes he loses site of his goals. He can get overwhelmed. This can lead to feeling of being lost, sad, depressed, etc... The best way he knows to combat these feelings is to help others.

In this episode of Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do he talks about his own issues, and how something as small as giving a dollar to someone in need can make his day feel better. While that dollar does not change the world (for him, or the other person), the small human to human interaction is enough to make him smile.

This episode is about Thom being honest about his own shortcomings and the feelings that can sometimes hold him back from being at his best. He talks about how when he can help others he gets back on track.

Thom also asks the listeners for ideas on how he can do this better. He wants to make helping others a stronger part of his life. Got an idea? email him at [email protected] 

https://thomsinger.com/podcast/help-others