Episode 16 Sanyin Siang

Sanyin Siang is the Executive Director of Coach K Center of Leadership and Ethics, Duke University, a Professor in the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke, an executive coach and author. 

Sanyin and I spoke about a mutual dislike of the term 'reverse mentor', the message sent by the questions you ask when getting to know someone, and her experience building an organization in a networked world over the last fifteen years. 

Episode 15 Scott Johnson

Scott Johnson is the founder of the Frogpants Podcast Network and a host of 9 podcasts including The Morning Stream, the Instance, Current Geek and Filmsack. 

 Scott has won multiple awards for his podcasts and been inducted into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame in 2018. 

Scott and I talked about his intuitive process for bringing people into his network and his idea that 'you get the chat room you deserve' We also spoke about how he built an event to help build community - Nerdtacular.

Episode 11 Hayes Permar

Hayes is a North Carolina sports media personality: Lead Anchor at Sports Channel 8, North Carolina's only all-internet sports station; Announcer for the Carolina Mudcats Minor League Baseball Team and general Raleigh/Durham advocate. 

Hayes and I talked about the power of diverse networks at a young age, how he handles people that only want to talk sports, how he learned to ask for things when he was a radio show booker and more.

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Episode 8 Kathleen Minogue

Kathleen Minogue is the Founder and CEO of Crowdfund Better, a firm that advises people and organizations on their crowdfunding efforts on sights like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Kathleen and I talked about how the network in crowdfunding is about connections and not a contact list, how mentors shaped her career, and the importance of trust in crowdfunding. 

And I have some show notes!!  On Monday...



Episode 7 Todd Etter

Todd Etter is the Chief Collaboration Officer at The Motley Fool.  We discuss collaboration and connection, and some of the techniques 'The Fool' uses to enhance that, including playing together and mobile desks.  We also discuss how being in an organization for almost 2 decades affects your network, positively and negatively. 

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Episode 2 Debbie Goldstein

Debbie Goldstein is Principal and Managing Director at Triad Consulting Group.  She teaches communication and conflict resolution all over the world for top organizations.

Debbie and I spoke a lot about friendship and its influence on our networks, including how she started her job at Triad.  Enjoy

Episode 1 Cathy Salit

Cathy Salit is the co-founder of Performance of a Lifetime and recently the author of Breakthrough Performance.  Cathy joined me for this interview last spring when her book was new, and has hopefully forgiven me for delaying so long while I figured out podcast logistics and overcame stress about my recorded voice. 

Enjoy the show!