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About This Show
The Ryno Lab: Stories From The Influencer Economy with Ryan Williams explores the world of start-up business, social media, technology and people building revolutionary ideas online.
Listeners can learn from guests who make-up the elite class of influencers, a group comprised of creators, entrepreneurs, technologists and writers. The Influencer Economy unlocks secrets that reveal how to successfully launch your business or product to the world. Guests include Willie Geist, Jonah Keri, Alan Sepinwall, Veronica Belmont, Brad Feld, Derek Sivers, Freddie Wong, Sarah Weichell, & Anthony Saleh.
You don’t need to go to business school. You don’t need a Harvard degree. You don’t need to know celebrities. And you don’t need to have a lot of money. You need to learn from the leaders of the modern business era in Stories From The Influencer Economy. Ryan Williams is a writer, entrepreneur and marketer living in Los Angeles.
Most Recent Episode
109: Adam Grant on Giving With Purpose to Thrive in the New Economy (BEST OF)
My guest this week is Adam Grant, the author of the New York Times' best selling book: "Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success." Adam is a professor at Wharton, and their highest rated teacher ever. His research around giving and taking has revolutionized how people can achieve business success. Listen to hear more about how "giving" actually helps everyone achieve more success in the long run. Signup for a free e-book on "how to launch your idea, collaborate with influencers and build a thriving business on our Influencer Economy website. http://www.influencereconomy.com/ Adam broke down with Ryan the three key styles in the work environment: 1) Giving 2) Taking 3) Matching. Givers are the types of people who show-up early at work, mentor others, and stay late to help-out. They give without expecting anything in return. Takers are the types of people who "take" and look out for only themselves. While matchers are the most common type of person at work. Matchers have the philosophy: "You help me, and I'll help you" (tit for tat). Buy Adam Grant's
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Date published: 2016-11-26