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Joe sits down with Ryan Berman, founder of Courageous, an agency that focuses on creative and courageous marketing. He shares how he got his start in advertising and what is was like to watch the industry change around him. He explains why he left New York for San Diego to become an entrepreneur and pursue his belief in courageous ideas. Berman explains why he fired himself from the first company he started and how that led to him writing his book, Return On Courage: A Business Playbook For Change. Berman shares his tips for bringing a more creative mindset to risk-averse companies and the overall importance of being courageous. He also discusses why he started his nonprofit called Sock Problems. The CUSP Show is a production by the faculty of Sports Management at Columbia University. You can get in touch with the program on Twitter @CU_SPS_Sports. The CUSP Show is hosted by Joe Favorito (@Joefav) and Tom Richardson (@ConvergenceTR). The show is produced by Matt Hornick ‘23 (@MNHornick), and Cindy Li ‘23 (@cindyliiiii), with Rashad Hyacenth ‘23 and Marco Vonderheide ‘23 managing social media efforts. Links: Website: https://ryanberman.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/courageousideas/ Sock Problems: https://www.sockproblems.com
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One of the keys to a revenue generation system is getting good with the process, applying a process, and sticking religiously to a process. There are weekly, monthly and quarterly processes associated with a revenue generation system and we’ll look into all three of the processes needed to drive revenue. Specifically, we’ll unpack what’s part of weekly Revenue Team Meetings with a Scorecard, To-Dos, Rocks, and the ability to process issues quickly and efficiently. We’ll share with you how to run a 30-Day Sprint Planning meeting every month and how to plan a slightly longer-term 90-Day Strategy Review every quarter. These come together to create a rhythm that empowers your team to execute a revenue generation system that produces results and gets optimized every week.In this show, we’ll cover— What does a weekly revenue team meeting look like— What does a revenue team scorecard look like and how to create one— How to process issues and drive to-dos every single week— Who runs the weekly revenue team meeting— What do you do during a 30-day sprint planning meeting— What do you do during a 90-day strategy session
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In this podcast episode, Fanzo talks about the NFT marketplaces he’s been using to sell his art. He has learned a lot about the complex world of the NFT art…
Following all the mess happening to Twitter after the company was acquired by Elon Musk, Apple Fellow and former Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller has deleted his account on the platform. However, those who still want updates from Schiller can now follow him on Mastodon.
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The stock market is fell yesterday morning as the Nasdaq got hit on the open after MSFT reported a negative earnings outlook Tuesday night. That is bringing some selling into the market and small individual day traders were flocking into playing TSLA more than anything else, but once we do an analys