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183: The Best of Scaling Up Over the Years!

Scaling Up Business Podcast

Release Date: 12/31/2019

202: Scaling Up Insights — Coach Panel with Daniel Marcos, Andy Clayton, and Judy Guido show art 202: Scaling Up Insights — Coach Panel with Daniel Marcos, Andy Clayton, and Judy Guido

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Welcome back to another episode of Scaling Up Insights! We have guests Daniel Marcos, Andy Clayton, and Judy Guido to share their thoughts on the new developments happening in the World of Scaling Up.

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201: Daniel Ramsey — Setting up for Remote Work During a Health Crisis. show art 201: Daniel Ramsey — Setting up for Remote Work During a Health Crisis.

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Companies now have everyone working remotely. If you don’t have it yet, you’re about to. Remote work is becoming the new normal and most of us are not set up for it! Today’s episode is all about ways you can optimize your working-from-home situation.

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200: Bill Gallagher — Big Moves for Crisis Leadership show art 200: Bill Gallagher — Big Moves for Crisis Leadership

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Each day this week, Bill has been sharing a podcast about important information you need to know during a crisis. We first started with Warren Rustand, who discussed leading in a time of crisis; he was followed by Heidi Hanna and she covered the mental health aspects of dealing with a crisis.

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199: Verne Harnish — The 5Cs For Leading in a Crisis show art 199: Verne Harnish — The 5Cs For Leading in a Crisis

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Panic is contagious out there but so is leadership. It’s time for leaders to rise up! This is why we have a very special guest today and that’s Verne Harnish. He has spent 38 years working with the best leaders dealing with crises and has some words of wisdom for you today.

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198: Cameron Herold — Execution During a Crisis. show art 198: Cameron Herold — Execution During a Crisis.

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Basic routines still matter as you are going through change and a bit of disruption in your standard patterns. Focus and great execution will help get you through this period of stress and uncertainty.

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197: Rich Manders — Creating Your Plan B Without Panic show art 197: Rich Manders — Creating Your Plan B Without Panic

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How do you move from surviving to thriving during the worst pandemic crisis we’ve seen in a very long time? You can write your own breakthrough growth story right now. Today, you’ll learn how to use the Strengths, Weaknesses, and Trends (SWT) tool to help accelerate your growth.

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196: Greg Crabtree — Keeping Your Business Financials Healthy show art 196: Greg Crabtree — Keeping Your Business Financials Healthy

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Cash is a king and you can’t survive without cash. You also cannot take advantage of opportunities without cash. If you’ve prepared well, you have a big cash reserve right now and you will be able to maximize your return on luck during this period. However, what happens if you don’t currently have enough in reserves?

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195: Heidi Hanna — Taking Care of Your Mental Health During a Crisis show art 195: Heidi Hanna — Taking Care of Your Mental Health During a Crisis

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We’ve all heard of the advice that you must put on your own oxygen mask first before helping others. But how can you do that if you’re losing it yourself? We have a mental health expert to help calm your nerves. This episode is two of a series of five episodes on the five big moves leaders need to make right now during a crisis.

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194: Warren Rustand — Leading in a Time of Crisis show art 194: Warren Rustand — Leading in a Time of Crisis

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How do you lead people when you don’t know what’s going on? Nor when you have a plan in place for an unexpected crisis? Teams are desperate for your leadership. This episode is one of a series of five episodes on the five big moves leaders need to make right now during a crisis.   Warren Rustand is a serial entrepreneur, educator, and public servant. He served as Appointments Secretary to President Gerald Ford and has been Chairman or CEO of 17 companies. He was the previous Chairman of the World Presidents Organization and the Dean of Leadership for the Entrepreneurs’ Organization....

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193: Lindsay Pedersen — Building an Ironclad Brand show art 193: Lindsay Pedersen — Building an Ironclad Brand

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How do you get your marketing to work better? How do you know when your messaging is working and how do you optimize it for maximum conversions? If you’re worried about whether your message is hitting home for your customers, chances are you have a branding issue.

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We have a special episode for you today as we close out the decade. A best of 10 podcast episodes from the Scaling Up Podcast that our listeners and production crew have loved over the years! Happy New Year!

 

Stacy Bare is a veteran of the Iraq war and is the Founder of Bare LLC, a consulting firm working to grow healthy organizations, people, and places through health and adventure. He is also the Founder of Adventure Not War, which aims to climb, ski, and adventure in places veterans have fought in.

 

Brian Solis is a digital analyst and anthropologist, where he studies disruptive technology and how it impacts the market, society, and individuals. He is also a keynote speaker and the author of eight books. Brian became a digital anthropologist in the late ’90s to study how emerging technologies are changing our society and our behaviors. The goal was to understand these changes so that new technology would have a positive impact on us and not a negative one.

 

Nick Nanton is a four-time Emmy Award Winning Director, Producer, and Filmmaker. A master storyteller, Nick is recognized as one of the top thought-leaders in the business world and is the author of StorySelling. On today’s podcast, Nick and I dive right into the art of storytelling and how to tell your story in a compelling and engaging way.

 

John Ruhlin is the author of GIFTOLOGY: The Art & Science of Using Gifts to Cut Through The Noise & Drive Referrals and founder of the Ruhlin Group. There are an art and science to using gifts to cut through the noise and drive real referrals to your business. In this episode, John discusses how to use gifts to scale your business and increase referrals.

 

John Ratliff first applied The Scaling Up Rockefeller Habits when he was the Founder/CEO of Appletree Answers. He grew it from a relatively small company in 1995 to 700 employees, before selling it in 2012. Today, he is the Managing Director of STS Capital Partners and sits down with Bill to discuss our overall mental health and how to combat depression when you’re sitting at the top.

 

Verne Harnish is the author of Scaling Up, Founder and CEO of Gazelles. He is also co-founder of the world-renowned Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) and the Birthing of Giants.

 

Morra Aarons-Mele is the founder of award-winning digital agency Women Online and its database of women influencers, The Mission List. She is an internet marketer who has helped launched online campaigns for world leaders and organizations including the United Nations, Malala Fund, Hillary Clinton for President, President Obama, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Morra is also the author of Hiding in the Bathroom.

 

Ron Lovett is an author, entrepreneur, and leader with a passion for change. He is the Founder of Connolly Owens, where he and his team build companies with a purpose. They teach companies how to create accountability so that their entire team is focused on the same company goals.

 

Lara Hodgson is the co-founder, president, and CEO of NOW Corp. She also serves as an Entrepreneur in Residence at Harvard Business School. NOW Corp is the company she co-founded to free small businesses from the burden of funding trade credit and to enable small business growth. The concept for NOW Corp’s NOWaccount payment system stems from the challenges Lara faced when growing her manufacturing business, Nourish.

 

Carl Gould is an entrepreneur and business growth expert. Carl has built three multi-million dollar businesses by the age of 40, has mentored the launch of over 5,000 businesses and has trained and certified over 7,000 business coaches in 35 countries.

 

Interview Links:

Stacy Bare Adventure Not War

Brian Solis Live a Happier, More Productive Life

Nick Nanton — ‘Storyselling’ – How to Tell Your Personal Story

John Ruhlin The Strategic Way to Use Gifting

John Ratliff Its Lonely at the Top: Your Work and Your Mental Health

Verne Harnish The Biggest Mistakes in Scaling Up

Morra Aarons-Mele How to Network and Show up While Being An Introverted Leader

Ron Lovett Remove Mid-Level Management Through Task Mapping

Lara Hodgson How Lacking Resources Generates Innovation

Carl Gould Get More Customers Without Compromising on Price

 

Resources:

Scaling Up Workshop: Interested in attending one of our workshops? We have a few $100 discounts for our loyal podcast listeners!
Scaling Up for Business Growth Workshop: Take the first step to mastering the Rockefeller Habits by attending one of our workshops.

Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.)

Bill on YouTube

 

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Scaling Up is the best-selling book by Verne Harnish and our team for Gazelles Coaching, on how the fastest-growing companies succeed where so many others fail. My name is Bill Gallagher, host of the Scaling Up Business Podcast and a leading Gazelles Coach. Gazelles is the term we use for fast-growing companies.

 

We help leadership teams with 4 Decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash so that they can Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth success. Scaling Up for Gazelles companies is based on the Rockefeller Habits 2.0 (from Verne’s original best-selling business book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits).