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Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do

Release Date: 09/10/2019

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Kevin Eikenberry is a recognized world expert on leadership development and learning and is the Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group (http://KevinEikenberry.com). He has spent more than 25 years helping organizations across North America, and leaders from around the world, on leadership, learning, teams and teamwork, communication and more. 

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Jeremiah Bentley is the vice president of Marketing & Community Affairs at Texas Mutual Insurance Company insurance. He oversees the company’s marketing, public relations, advertising, community relations, education, digital media and customer outreach efforts. He previously worked in corporate communications and government affairs over his 20 year career with the company.

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Episode 491 of “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” is co-produced in partnership with the Austin Technology Council, the largest tech industry organization in Central Texas. ATC empowers members by using insights, resources, and connections so their members can succeed and thrive.

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Episode 490... only 10 more until the big 500.  In this episode Thom Singer talks about how to challenge yourself to think big.  He as interviewed today on the "Extra Mile" podcast (where he had to go running with the host while being interviewed).  Along the way, he was challenged to think bigger. While he did not have an answer on the spot (he was out of breath), the thought stuck with him all day.... like a angel or devil on his shoulder.

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Check out episode 489 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" as Thom Singer sits down with his friend Maura Thomas.  Maura a leading expert in the field of "Attention Management".  She is has a new book coming out that helps people do more than grasp time management or find productivity.  Maura shows you how to manage where you put your attention.  

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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.

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John Jantsch is a marketing consultant, speaker and best selling author of Duct Tape Marketing, Duct Tape Selling, The Commitment Engine The Referral Engine, and SEO for Growth. He is the creator of the Duct Tape Marketing System and Duct Tape Marketing Consulting Network that trains and licenses small business marketing consultants around the world.​

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In episode 486 Thom Singer talks about how someone in his line of work, who is very successful, recently met up with him to give him some advice. This person only did it because he likes him and wants to see him do better.  

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The artist is an entrepreneur. On episode 485 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do", host Thom Singer interviews a French Filmmaker, actor, producer, director about her journey in art and business. 

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About Texas Mutual:

Texas Mutual Insurance Company is the state's leading workers' compensation provider. The company insures 43% of the Texas workers' compensation market. More than 70,000 business owners rely on Texas Mutual to meet the needs of their 1.5 million workers every day. Texas Mutual answer the call by providing exceptional safety services, top-notch medical care if an accident occurs, claims handling processes designed to get employees well and back to work, and a zero-tolerance fraud policy.

Texas Mutual also has the financial strength to deliver on its promises. Last year alone, Texas Mutual wrote over $1 billion in premium. The company’s financial strength is underscored by an A.M. Best rating of "A” and its listed among the Ward’s 50 highest performing insurance carriers in the company. Texas Mutual has also been named one of the Best Companies to Work for in Texas, as one of the Healthiest Employers in Austin, participates in the Austin Energy Green Business Leader program and recently won an Austin Gives Generous Business Award for community involvement.

 

About Jeremiah:

 

Jeremiah Bentley is the vice president of Marketing & Community Affairs at Texas Mutual Insurance Company insurance. He oversees the company’s marketing, public relations, advertising, community relations, education, digital media and customer outreach efforts. He previously worked in corporate communications and government affairs over his 20 year career with the company.

 

Jeremiah is on the Board of Directors and executive committee for the United Way for Greater Austin, on the executive committee of the Greater of Austin Chamber of Commerce, on the board of the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and serves in a variety of other roles in community organizations throughout the Austin area. Jeremiah was a member of the McBee Fellow class of 2018 with the Austin Area Research Organization and is a 2015 graduate of the Leadership Austin Essentials program. He was also a Volunteer of the Year for the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce in 2018.

 

Jeremiah lives in northwest Austin with his wife Brandy and two young boys. He’s active in the local elementary school, the Austin soccer community, Bethany United Methodist Church and on the board of his sons’ neighborhood swim team. He’s a graduate of the University of Texas-Arlington with a BS in University Studies.