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The BOSS Podcast with Gregory Shepard
29 minutes | 8 days ago
Episode 16 | Part Two: When More is Not Better
Greg wraps up his chat with Roger L. Martin, the author of “When More is Not Better: Overcoming America’s Obsession with Economic Efficiency.” In part two, we find out who the 'super villains' are when it comes to the decline of middle- and lower-income families, if capitalism and democracy are mutually exclusive, and what entrepreneurs and companies can do to make the world a better place.
30 minutes | 15 days ago
Episode 16 | Part One: When More is Not Better
Greg created this podcast for two reasons: Improving the failure rate of entrepreneurs and wealth distribution. While the rich are getting richer faster, the middle- and lower-income families have fallen so far behind it would take generations to recover. But why? This week, Greg is joined by Roger Martin, the author of “When More is Not Better: Overcoming America’s Obsession with Economic Efficiency.” In part one, Roger shares the inspiration for his book, why the rich are getting richer faster but middle-class family have fallen so far behind, and the greatest vulnerabilities the pandemic has exposed.
20 minutes | a month ago
Episode 15 | Part Two: Think Big
Greg wraps up his conversation with TV and Podcast host, best-selling author and the CEO of the C-Suite Network, Jeffrey Hayzlett. In part two, Jeff shares how entrepreneurs can build a bigger, bolder version of themselves, what he's learned from hosting a podcast, and how he evolved from the CMO of Kodak into a business media thought leader.
20 minutes | a month ago
Episode 15 | Part One: Think Big
This week Greg is joined by a business rock star, Jeffrey Hayzlett. Jeff is a TV and Podcast host, best-selling author and the CEO of the C-Suite Network. In part one, Greg and Jeff discuss how companies were able to succeed during the pandemic, how entrepreneurs can shut out the haters and what it means to be a 'hero business'.
22 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 14 | Part Two: Undiscovered Country
Greg wraps up his conversation with Patrick McKenna, an experienced entrepreneur, investor and business leader. In part two, Patrick discusses how he founded LiveOps and scaled it from a single office in Palo Alto to a workforce with 20,000 employees and how his military experience prepared him for the dangerous world from entrepreneurship.
19 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 14 | Part One: Undiscovered Country
The best investment opportunities don’t always emanate from Silicon Valley. This week, Greg is joined by Patrick McKenna, an entrepreneur, investor, and the Founder of One America Works. Patrick has invested in dozens of companies, many of which are located outside of the 94027 area code. In part one, Patrick shares what inspired him to search for investment opportunities in places like Austin and Baltimore, how the pandemic has broken the monopoly cities like New York and San Francisco had on high-paying jobs, and why he invests heavily in remote first businesses.
14 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 13 | Part Two: The New Rules
Greg wraps up his conversation with Bill Caskey, the author of “Same Game New Rules” and the host of the Bill Caskey Podcast. In part two, Greg and Bill talk about shifting your mindset when it comes to making a pitch and the importance of building your personal brand as a sales professional.
15 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 13 | Part One: The New Rules
Every entrepreneur can’t do it all, but they do need a particular set of skills to succeed. Joining Greg this week is Bill Caskey, a business coach that helps executives and sales teams prosper by developing new skills for their success. Bill is the author of “Same Game New Rules” and the host of the Bill Caskey Podcast. In part one, Bill discusses how he became a business coach, the meaning behind his 'Mindset + Mechanics = Results' concept, and the importance of understanding the buyers perspective.
13 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 12 | Part Two: Prime Time
Greg wraps up his chat with Dakin Sloss, the Founder and General Partner of Prime Movers Lab. In part two, Dakin shares why his team is considered founder friendly and why their group is so attractive to investors.
14 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 12 | Part One: Prime Time
This week, Greg hangs out with Dakin Sloss, the Founder and General Partner of Prime Movers Lab. Dakin's company made news last week when they announced that they had raised $245 million for its second early-stage investment fund. In part one, Dakin explains what his team was able to accomplish with their first round of funding, how they support dozens of scientific disruptors and why Prime Movers Lab exists.
18 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 11 | Part Two: SkyBridge and the World of Tomorrow
Greg wraps up his conversation with Anthony Scaramucci, the Founder and Co-Managing Partner of SkyBridge. In part two, Anthony discusses what the incoming Biden Administration means to the economy and why he thinks regulating cryptocurrency is a good idea.
18 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 11 | Part One: SkyBridge and the World of Tomorrow
Is bitcoin about to go mainstream? This week SkyBridge Capital announced the launch of SkyBridge Bitcoin Fund LP, but is crypto currency something entrepreneurs should get involved with? Joining Greg on this episode of the BOSS Podcast is the Founder and Co-Managing Partner of SkyBridge, Anthony Scaramucci. In part one, Anthony talks about why SkyBridge got involved in Bitcoin and why "old school" Wall Street traders love cryptocurrency.
17 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 10 | Part Two: It's a TRAP!
Greg wraps up his discussion with David M.R. Covey, the co-author of the best seller, “Trap Tales: Outsmarting the 7 Hidden Obstacles to Success.” In part two, David talks about the 'accumulation mentality' and who he thinks are the best leaders of all time.
28 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 10 | Part One: It's a TRAP!
This week, Greg is joined by David M.R. Covey, the world-renowned expert in Leadership Development, world class key-note speaker and co-author of the best seller, “Trap Tales: Outsmarting the 7 Hidden Obstacles to Success.” In part one, David shares which habits he inherited from his legendary dad, Stephen R. Covey and what 'traps' all entrepreneurs should avoid.
14 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 09 | Part Two: The AI Guy
Greg concludes his conversation with Gary Fowler, the CEO and Co-Founder of GSD Venture Studios. In part two, Greg finds out why Gary has been called "one of the best execution CEOs in tech” and Gary has some advice for young entrepreneurs about creating connections in the industry.
21 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 09 | Part One: The AI Guy
On this episode of the BOSS Podcast, Greg is joined by Gary Fowler, the CEO and Co-Founder of GSD Venture Studios. Gary talks about the importance of finding the right partner and why he's known as the "AI Guy."
15 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 08 | Part Two: Getting Things Done
This is the conclusion of Greg's conversation with David Allen, the organizational guru and author of “Getting Things Done". In part two, they talk about how David helped Howard Stern transform his life and how brilliant entrepreneurs can manage their thoughts and ideas.
20 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 08 | Part One: Getting Things Done
Greg's guest this week is David Allen, the world’s preeminent organizational guru. He has more thirty years of experience as a management consultant and executive coach to some of America’s most prestigious organizations, and he’s also the brilliant mind the mega-bestseller, “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity”. In part one, Greg and David discuss the global impact of the GTD methodology and organizational tips for entrepreneurs.
13 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 07 | Part Two: Venture Capitalism, Crypto, and The Future of Entrepreneurship
Greg wraps up his chat with Venture Capitalist, Tim Draper, Silicon Valley's most notable blockchain and cryptocurrency investor and founder of Draper Associates, Draper University and DFJ. In part two, Tim talks about why people should invest in Bitcoin and why now is a great time to be an entrepreneur.
17 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 07 | Part One: Venture Capitalism, Crypto, and The Future of Entrepreneurship
Prepare to take notes. This week, Greg talks to legendary Venture Capitalist, Tim Draper. He has invested in companies such as Tesla, SpaceX, Twitter, Twitch, and Skype. Tim is Silicon Valley's most notable blockchain and cryptocurrency investor and founder of Draper Associates, Draper University and DFJ. In part one, Tim tells Greg how he's helping entrepreneurs around the globe and how he's giving forward, not giving back.
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