Quentin “Q” Allums, CEO of Urban Misfit Ventures, joins the podcast to discuss how viewing himself as a misfit helped build his powerhouse personal brand.
As we approach the five year anniversary of Content Warfare, I’ve added insights looking back at the experience. Most notably all the mistakes I made.
Creative entrepreneur, Steve Babcock, stops by the show to discuss his move to away from VaynerMedia to open his own agency Made In-House, helping organizations generate more creativity from within.
The purpose of today’s episode is explain why I believe leaders must create, have to create, it’s an obligation. It’s part of their job to create. What’s up guys? Coming at you here from what is probably a fairly echoey room at the Troy Innovation Garage in Troy, New York. One of my favorite places […]
If your team is boring, it’s most likely your fault. What’s up, guys? Welcome to another episode of the vlog. Today we’re going to talk about creativity and why I think it is easily one of the most misunderstood aspects of leadership. Creativity can be cultivated in our people. It can be brought out of […]
I’ve been a Dad for seven days. An incomparable, indescribable human experience. I do not possess the poetic gift to adequately paint a picture of the moment my son was placed in my arms. If you’re a parent. You know. If you’re not a parent. I wouldn’t be able to describe the feeling, even if my […]