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Jersey Mike's and Keith Hertling

Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do

Release Date: 10/24/2019

From Teacher to Entrepreneur show art From Teacher to Entrepreneur

Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do

Adam Lewis Walker is a TEDx keynote speaker/coach and 2 x best-selling author. He hosts the top-ranked podcast Awaken Your Alpha, interviewing the world’s elite minds in over 350 episodes since early 2014. In addition, Adam recently launched The TalkXcelerator Podcast for aspiring TEDx Speakers to learn how to achieve their talk. This accompanies The TalkXcelerator Program that takes clients hand in hand to achieve their goal.

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Their story begins with two strangers in the sun, at The Amazing Race starting line, emerged Team Fun! Despite their differences they made their big debut and raced around the world. They maneuvered through the obstacles, discovered what is possible experienced phenomenal, now they’re Funstoppable!

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Episode 514 features and interview with Alex Martin, founder and CEO of Athletes.gg.  If you are not familiar with the the world of esports, you want to listen to this podcast. 

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Episode 513 focuses on the Association Business.  Thom Singer interviews Scott Grayson, Executive Director and CEO for both the American Public Works Association and the Canadian Public Works Association.  Thom has known Scott for several years, as he has worked as a speaker and master of ceremonies for the association's PWX Expo for the past three years.

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Episode 512 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" features Will Young from Sana Benefits.  Will chats with host, Thom Singer, about how he started the company and the changes he wants to make in the world of benefits (a topic that is important to all entrepreneurs).

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Episode 511 - Thom Singer sits down with Morgan Oaks to talk about business and the spiritual journey. They talk about how Morgan Oaks went from small town, to college, to business, to becoming a chiropractor, to being a shamanic practitioner. You gotta hear his story.

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Episode 510- Thom Singer sits down with Heather Hansen and talks about her entrepreneurial journey from laywer, to TV personality, to speaker, to engaging entrepreneur.  

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Episode 509 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. This conversation is with ATC member Jason Ragolli – People Analytics Consultant with Your6.

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On episode 508 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do", Thom Singer sits down with lawyer Jeffrey (JP) McAvoy to discuss his interesting journey as an attorney and an entrepreneur.  JP has worked with many high level business professionals and has some unique perspectives on what it takes to be successful.  

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Doug Sandler has over 30 years of business experience as an entrepreneur, business owner, manager and staff member. His book, Nice Guys Finish First is a #1 ranked Amazon Best Seller.  He specializes in making connections, building relationships and strengthening bonds both inside and outside organizations.

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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.”