28 – Social Media Speaker, Consultant & Author, Corey Perlman

In this episode we talk to Social Media Speaker, Consultant and Author, Corey Perlman. We explore the details of Corey’s new book Social Media Overload, and his strategies that are proven to help deliver real, positive results. We review some of the polarizing schools of thought, via good/bad examples of social media practices in all sizes of business. We also might talk about football and how I slammed one of my childhood friends into a mailbox… you got mail.

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27 – The Path to Success, with Full Stack JavaScript Developer and Founder, of OK GROW!, Paul Dowman

In this episode we talk to Full Stack JavaScript Developer and Founder, of OK GROW!, Paul Dowman. We ask Paul to explain what it took to start his own business and describe his path to success. We also review what responsibilities, roles and hats one must wear as a founder of a company and how to delegate ownership to your employees. Then we break some bones as we explore Paul’s passion for Jeet Kune Do and Filipino Martial Arts.

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26 – Don’t Let the Fluorescent Lights of Mediocrity Suck Out Your Life, w/ owner of Rough & Ready Media, Michelle Greene

In this episode we talk to the owner of Rough & Ready Media, Michelle Greene. We explore her journey across the country from California in her two-door Toyota Celica to working at the Herald-Tribune in sunny Sarasota, Florida. Michelle became the youngest editor at the paper and ran a team of more than 30 people: overseeing the production and design of the paper, copy editors, graphics, photography, website, magazines, tv and new product development.

Then we go into detail of how and why Michelle founded Rough & Ready Media; we cheer on her success as they’re celebrating their FIVE YEAR Anniversary.

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23 – Master your freelance career with Web designer and Developer Jonathan Snook

In this episode we talk to Web designer and developer, Jonathan Snook. We discuss his career journey from Yahoo and Shopify to his current freelance venture. Over the last two decades in the web industry, he has done back-end development, front-end development, UX design, and product management. Jonathan has written a couple books including the self-published book, Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS (SMACSS). He writes about tips, tricks, and bookmarks on his blog, Snook.ca, and shares his knowledge via talks and workshops at conferences around the world.

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