A marketer with a knack for social media, Brenda Meller is a self-proclaimed “ambassador” of LinkedIn, national speaker, and the Chief Engagement Officer at Meller Marketing. She is also the creator of the Meller Marketing #LinkedInROCKSTARS
Brenda and Mark talk about mistakes people make using LinkedIn, DM-ing the correct way, automation woes, fake accounts, and more.
Tony Martignetti is a leadership coach with a specialty in working with leaders and their teams to navigate through change and unlock their true potential.
Tony and Mark discuss finding fulfillment in life, why you need to take the time to reassess what you're doing, talking to yourself, and more.
Tim Ringgold is a board-certified music therapist in Orange County, CA, as well as an author, columnist, and international speaker. He teaches stressed out professionals how to reach for music to increase productivity, creativity, and connection. Tim was the first person to give a TEDx talk on music therapy in 2012.
Tim and Mark discuss the hidden power of music, mixtapes, the power playlist, getting to top speed, and more.
Nick Velasquez is a passionate learner and a devoted student of mastery. He’s the author of the popular blog UnlimitedMastery.com, where he writes about learning science, peak performance, creativity, and mastering skills. His writing has been featured in outlets such as TIME and Thought Catalogue. Nick speaks multiple languages and spends his time between Tokyo and Montréal.
In this episode, Nick and Mark discuss the transition from knowledge to learning a skill, why people don't want to learn, and shortening the curve.
Brian is passionate about living life to the fullest and empowering and inspiring everyone who comes across his path. He had a 23-year career in IT which started in Argentina at the young age of 13 and continued when he immigrated to Canada at age 20. Brian grew his social media presence on LinkedIn from 5k to 175k followers in ten months as a fluke and rediscovered why he was born.
In this episode, Brian and Mark discuss building authority on LinkedIn, leading with your heart, how to monetize, LinkedIn pods, and more.
Lydia is a wife and mom of 3 from Raleigh, North Carolina, who left her corporate training & coaching job in March 2020 to launch Banish Business Clutter, focused on helping business owners reduce physical, digital, and mental clutter. She is an Evernote Certified Consultant and self-proclaimed digital therapist... helping her clients reduce stress and gain confidence with their online systems through personal coaching and her signature course, The Digital Clutter Cure. She loves tech and digital tools and teaching others how to use them!
In this episode, Lydia and Mark discuss how clutter makes you feel, the three types of clutter, and her two-word secret to decluttering success.
Kamini Wood, a mother of 5, is an international best-selling author, and certified life coach for teens & adults. Board-certified through the American Association of Drugless Practioners, as founder and CEO of Live Joy Your Way and the AuthenticMe® RiseUp program, she works with high achievers on letting go of stress, overwhelm and anxiety that comes with trying to do everything, and trying to do it all perfectly.
In this episode, Kamini and Mark discuss relationship with yourself, outsourcing your self-worth, joy, and living on autopilot.
Janice Litvin helps organizations who want to get their employees healthy, happy, and productive. Her Banish Burnout program teaches people how to change the way they handle stress, from the inside out. Her workbook the Banish Burnout Toolkit (due out in September) gives employees all the tools they need to manage stress to prevent burnout.
In this episode, Janice and Mark discuss workplace wellness (whether you are in an office or work from home), breathing, and the STOP method.
John’s aha moment came early in his Air Force career when he received feedback that his leadership style under pressure was similar to someone opening a coke can after it was shaken. This led him on a journey to discover why he behaved poorly in tough situations. The findings John uncovered were not easy to accept, but he possessed the desire to learn and willingness to overcome limiting beliefs that caused him to spiral out of control.
In this episode, John and Mark discuss strengths, the delegation of weaknesses, overusing your strengths, leadership, and more.
Brooke Chesnut has invested 38 years building successful corporate teams in Sales and Leadership, combined with climbing the highest peaks around the world. Drawing from these experiences, Brooke inspires CEOs, Senior Leaders, HR Professionals, and Managers to improve their leadership skills, overcome adversity, and grow their organizations in today’s competitive environment. Brooke shares a unique perspective as a worldwide mountaineer whose leadership model was dynamically influenced by time spent climbing Mount Everest in 2018 with a multigenerational team.
In this episode, Brooke and Mark discuss the various generations, how they can connect with each other, duo mentorship, cuspers, and more.