Created with Sketch.
The Intrapreneur's Secret
61 minutes | Dec 15, 2016
Group Buy In, Jerome Larez
In this episode, we dive into the aspects of getting group buy in and keeping members invigorated. We discuss a few aspects of what help a community or organization buy into an idea you can incorporate that could increase your awareness and effectiveness.We interviewed Jerome Larez, art instructor at Williams Preparatory and Co-Founder of the Arttitude Movement & Organization.Jerome Larez is the one of the founding members of Arttitude, a non-profit celebrating and empowering the rich diversity of our shared human experience through unique art experiences. Prior to joining Arttitude, Jerome founded Hope Is Never Silent and taught art in Dallas. A graduate from Texas Tech University School of Art, Jerome has taught art and curated numerous art exhibits throughout Texas devoting special attention to issues from the LBGTQ community.Listen in on this episode and let what Jerome has to say sink in, and find something to get you to buy into improving your group's message. Connect with Jerome: Website: Arttitude.orgFacebook: facebook.com/ArttitudeTwitter: twitter.com/bearttitudeInstagram: instagram.com/bearttitudeLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/seanseibertEmail: Create@artitude.org Resources Mentioned in this Episode:The post Group Buy In, Jerome Larez appeared first on The Intrapreneur's Secret.
51 minutes | Sep 30, 2016
Effective Decision Making, Sean Seibert
In this episode, we discuss the systems and ideas behind decision making, along with incorporating frameworks and ways that can simplify the process.We interviewed Sean Seibert, retired Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army.Lt Col Sean Seibert, USAR resides in Houston, TX and is a 29 year veteran of the US Army and US Army Reserve. In May 2009 LTC Seibert deployed from fort Benning, Georgia in support of Operation Enduring Freedom with the 82nd Airborne Division as a Security Force Planner to Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan; he was the lead planner for the Afghan National Police. LTC Seibert was subsequently assigned to Torkham, Afghanistan as Torkham Gate OIC, the strategic border crossing where in the Khyber Pass where 80% of all NATO resources and supplies enter Afghanistan from Pakistan. In this role LTC Seibert increased revenue by $203 million while improving commercial throughput from 17,000 to 22,000 per month. While leading the NATO effort on the border he facilitated regular discussions between the Afghan and Pakistani government officials.Sean Seibert discuss with us some of the frameworks used by the Army to make decisions and who is the best position to make decisions for their organization.Sean is now involved in politics and consulting and has been a candidate for the US House of Representatives for the state of Texas.Listen in on this episode and, enjoy what Sean has to share to make the decisions in your life simpler to handle. Connect with Sean: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/seanseibert Resources Mentioned in this Episode:The post Effective Decision Making, Sean Seibert appeared first on The Intrapreneur's Secret.
54 minutes | Sep 14, 2016
Building an Empowered Community, Max Lowenstein and Liz Kong
In this episode, we dive into the aspects of communities that drive them forward and which empower them to have a beneficial effect on their members. We discuss a few aspects of what makes a community or organization you can incorporate that could increase its awareness and effectiveness.We interviewed Max Lowenstein and Liz Kong, professional AcroYoga teachers, dieticians, and traveling acrobats.Max & Liz Acro uses yoga and asana as tools for delving deeper into oneself and transcending the physical body. As an extension of this, they use Acroyoga to build deep connections, trust, and community. This helps students tune into the energy and flow of life and others. Max and Liz bring an intense passion that stems from their desire to reveal everyone’s interconnectedness. They never compromises safety, encouraging students to respect their boundaries by listening to their bodies. This ultimately creates a safe environment where students (Max and Liz included) can grow physically, mentally, and spiritually.Max and Liz discuss with us some of their experiences growing the Dallas AcroYoga community and how they have inspired others through their leadership and AcroYoga practice.Listen in on this episode and, enjoy what Max and Liz have to say, and find something to takeaway to make your life inspirational. Connect with Max and Liz: Website: maxandlizacro.comFacebook: facebook.com/Max-and-Liz-AcroInstagram: @maxandlizacro The post Building an Empowered Community, Max Lowenstein and Liz Kong appeared first on The Intrapreneur's Secret.
59 minutes | Aug 31, 2016
Determination and Persistence, Prajwal Ramamurthy
In this episode, we dive into the mindset behind determination and persistence and when and how to adapt this mindset. We also discuss when persistence is not the approach to take. We hear quite a few great insights in our interview with Prajwal Ramamurthy.Listen in on this episode and, enjoy what PJ has to say, and find something to takeaway to improve your life.The post Determination and Persistence, Prajwal Ramamurthy appeared first on The Intrapreneur's Secret.
59 minutes | May 15, 2016
Mentorship and Idols, Bruce Bradford
In this episode, we explore the mentorship relationship, why they are important, why you should choose a mentor, and when it is appropriate. We also touch on maintaining the relationship.Bruce Bradford is the President of the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce, an influential organization spurring on growth in the Dallas area.Listen in on this episode and, learn about the mentorship relationship, hear the experiences from a mentor, and get insights into how to find your own mentor. Connect with Bruce and the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce: Website: NDCC.orgFacebook: facebook.com/northdallaschamberLinkedIn: Linkedin.com/in/brucerbradford Resources Mentioned in this Episode: The post Mentorship and Idols, Bruce Bradford appeared first on The Intrapreneur's Secret.
75 minutes | Apr 30, 2016
Professional Communication, Billy Johnson
The post Professional Communication, Billy Johnson appeared first on The Intrapreneur's Secret.
59 minutes | Apr 1, 2016
Making Work More Enjoyable, James Bowie Wilson
In this episode, we discuss ways to make work more enjoyable for you and your team that some intrapreneurs have which empower them to approach situations in an effective manner. We discuss a few aspects of mindsets and physiology you can incorporate that could increase your fun, reduce your stress, or lead your team. We interviewed James Bowie Wilson, the Team Lead for the mobile game Roll Play. James is a game designer from USC's School of Cinematic Arts, where he double-majored in Interactive Media and Sociology. He's been lucky enough to work with Google's Khaled Abdul Rahman and to learn from Tomb Raider's Joseph Olin, League of Legends' Paul Bellezza, and Team Fortress 2's Moby Francke. Listen in on this episode, deepen your daily focus, and enjoy what Scott has to say, and find something to takeaway to see how your life gets more awesome. The post Making Work More Enjoyable, James Bowie Wilson appeared first on The Intrapreneur's Secret.
63 minutes | Mar 15, 2016
Rapidly Growing Businesses, Dustin Joost
In this episode, we explore what obstacles and opportunities come with businesses that hit the point of rapid growth. We discuss how to tell when your business hits rapid growth, what to do to get ready for it, and how to adjust once it hits.We had a great time interviewing Dustin Joost head of Sales and Marketing YourCause, the first time and had to give you the second half of his interview. This phenomenal company brings donations from large companies like AT&T to non profits that apply for sponsorships and funding.In 2014, Your Cause received $4,000,000 in funding. In 2015, its ranked the no. 927th fastest growing company in the US as featured in INC 5,000.Dustin Joost is the Sales and Marketing Director at Your Cause. He was the #17 employee hired and now the company has over 100 employees. Outside of YourCause, Dustin is also the VP of Marketing and Communication for the Alumni Network of University of North Texas’s Professional Leadership Program. He mentors and connects professionals across the DFW metroplex.For all aspiring intrapreneur’s Dustin started at the company in its early stages. As he say’s “Its a different mentality you need to have if your job as sales is to bring in the money to take care of the company’s paychecks!Listen in on this episode and, enjoy what Dustin has to say, and find something to takeaway to improve your life. Connect with Dustin and Your Cause: Website: yourcause.comFacebook: facebook.com/YourCause/Twitter: @dustinjoostInstagram: @djoostLinkedIn: www.dustinjoost.comThe post Rapidly Growing Businesses, Dustin Joost appeared first on The Intrapreneur's Secret.
60 minutes | Feb 29, 2016
Improving Focus, Scott Hunt
In this episode, we discuss ways to improve and maintain focus in work and in your life that some intrapreneurs have which empower them to approach situations in an effective manner. We discuss a few aspects of mindsets and physiology you can incorporate that could increase your power, reduce your stress, or lead your team.We interviewed Scott Hunt, founder and CEO of WizHunt Locals, Wizhunt is an innovative eCommerce platform that allows businesses to set up Social Media Autoposting on Facebook and will soon be adding Twitter, Google Plus and others. What makes Wizhunt unique is the tools, flexibility and customization that is provided for less than the cost of going to a dinner and a movie.Listen in on this episode, deepen your daily focus, and enjoy what Scott has to say, and find something to takeaway to see how your life gets more awesome. The post Improving Focus, Scott Hunt appeared first on The Intrapreneur's Secret.
64 minutes | Feb 14, 2016
Bringing in Additional Resources, David Staab
In this episode, we look into some of the signs and issues of needing to bring on additional resources into your organization. We discuss when to look into bringing on additional resources, how to decide what type of resource to bring on, and how to evaluate the effectiveness of the resource.We interviewed David Staab, owner of Staab Engineering, a software consulting firm providing expertise in control system and automation projects based out of Austin, TX.Staab Engineering has over 10 years’ experience using National Instruments hardware to create automated testers, industrial process controls, and embedded dataloggers.David has the experience bringing in contractors and employees to grow a business in measured and efficient mannerListen in on this episode and, hear about David's zen insights, and see where your organization can grow.The post Bringing in Additional Resources, David Staab appeared first on The Intrapreneur's Secret.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2022