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Jersey Mike's and Keith Hertling

Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do

Release Date: 10/24/2019

Special ACG Austin/San Antonio Chapter Episode – with Alan Knitowski show art Special ACG Austin/San Antonio Chapter Episode – with Alan Knitowski

Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do

The speaker for the April 8th Association for Corporate Growth luncheon in Austin was to be Alan Knitowski, CEO and co-founder of Phunware.  Because of the COVID-19 situation, ACG Austin/San Antonio had to cancel their live events for the short term, but they wanted to ensure they could still provide quality local content to their members and extended community.

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State of Austin Tech with ATC CEO Amber Gunst show art State of Austin Tech with ATC CEO Amber Gunst

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Episode 550 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 through insights, resources, and connections so their members can succeed and thrive. This episode is an in-depth interview with Amber Gunst, CEO of the Austin Technology Council.  In this episode she talks about the state of Austin's technology community in the face of the global Coronavirus pandemic. 

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The Entrepreneurial Leap with Gino Wickman show art The Entrepreneurial Leap with Gino Wickman

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Thom Singer was recently introduced to the books by Gino Wickman and became a big fan.  Traction and The Entrepreneurial Leap both got him fired up about his business.  So he had to reach out and get Gino on the podcast.  

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Specialty and Local Retail Stores Handling Crisis with Amy Saldanha show art Specialty and Local Retail Stores Handling Crisis with Amy Saldanha

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As we all deal with the impact of COVID-19 and "Social Distancing", retail stores are heavily impacted.  In many cities and states non-essential stores are having to close their doors and look for creative ways to survive.  In this episode Thom Singer has an in-depth conversation with Amy Saldanha, the owner of kiddywampus, a specialty toy store in Minneapolis, MN.  Amy is also the incoming chair for the American Specialty Toy Store Association (ASTRA).

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Reinvention with Ian Lobas show art Reinvention with Ian Lobas

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Episode 547 is an in-depth conversation with Ian Lobas about change and reinvention.  We all face change, and how we jump in and embrace it helps us get to new highs.  Ian is a perfect example of doing this and finding success.  

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Special ACG Austin/San Antonio Chapter Episode - Interview with Lisa Fullerton  show art Special ACG Austin/San Antonio Chapter Episode - Interview with Lisa Fullerton

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The speaker for the March 31st Association for Corporate Growth luncheon in San Antonio was to be Lisa Fullerton, President and CEO of A Novel Idea.  Because of the COVID-19 situation, ACG Austin/San Antonio had to cancel their live events for the short term, but they wanted to ensure they could still provide content to their members and extended community. 

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Lead Through Crisis - with Dr. Mary Kelly show art Lead Through Crisis - with Dr. Mary Kelly

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The world has changed a lot in just the last week.  For Episode 545 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" we will focus on leading through crisis with Mary Kelly.  This is important for business leaders, entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, and everyone.  

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Scribe Media - Tucker Max show art Scribe Media - Tucker Max

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Episode 544 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" is a wonderful interview with entrepreneur Tucker Max.  You may have heard of Tucker in the past.  He came to fame about 19 years ago with a funny email to friends (that went viral) where he lambasted the law firm where he was a summer clerk.  He was fired a week later, but not because of the letter (you have to hear the real reason).

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Uncertainty and Stress for Business Leaders - with Eliz Greene show art Uncertainty and Stress for Business Leaders - with Eliz Greene

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Eliz Greene is the author of the new book, “Stress-proof Your Heart" and a leading expert on leadership in times of uncertainty and overwhelm.  She joins the conversation on episode 543 of Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do to talk about how business leaders can manage their stress and that of their employees and customers. 

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How To Run A Virtual Meeting with Jim Parker from Digitell, Inc.  show art How To Run A Virtual Meeting with Jim Parker from Digitell, Inc.

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The meetings industry is being hit hard and fast by event cancellations in the wake of the Coronavirus. For many there is a panic on what to do if their participants cannot come or the whole convention is cancelled.  How to un a virutal meeting is being talked about all across the world.  But hosting a virtual event is not simply livestreaming speakers or holding a webinar.  You have to do it right if you want to engage your audience.   As a keynote speaker and professional master of ceremonies / emCee, Thom Singer is trying to monitor all that is occurring in the meetings...

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More Episodes
Check out episode 505 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" as Keith Hertling of Jersey Mike's shares his life journey and entrepreneurial story.   
 
With the talent crisis continuing to threaten the growth and sustainability of companies across the globe, attracting and retaining quality employees is more important than ever. With 40 years of leadership and coaching experience under his belt, Jersey Mike's SVP of Leadership, Coaching and Culture, Keith Hertling, is an expert in creating and maintaining a top-notch company culture. In his book, "Life Lessons on Leadership, Coaching and Culture," Hertling reflects on the lessons he's learned and the wisdom he's gained over the years, serving as a resourceful guide for business leaders, managers and employees.
 
Using anecdotes from his time spent coaching athletes as well as the story of Jersey Mike’s evolution from a small neighborhood sandwich shop in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ, to a worldwide franchise chain with a stellar brand reputation, Hertling provides important insights on how to create a leadership and coaching strategy that incorporates key values like compassion, enthusiasm, gratitude, integrity, discipline and love. He also shares how to develop a culture plan that prioritizes both customers and employees.
 
Hertling’s book has earned praise from both coaches and business leaders alike, including Domino’s Pizza founder, Tom Monaghan who said and “Keith’s insights and stories from his vast career of coaching and teaching others are invaluable to anyone who is serious about shaping their company’s corporate culture. Creating a culture built on integrity and exciting goals that team members can engage in is certainly a recipe for success no matter what kind of business you are leading.”