Hamilton Perkins is the founder and President of Hamilton Perkins Collection, a certified B Corporation, offering designer travel bags at an affordable price, while holding the highest standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.
This is episode 5 in the series: The Five Dysfunctions of a Software Development Team, modeled after the book by Patrick Lencioni. Access the full series at hellotechpros.com/team.
Tom Schwab knows how to build an online business. Marketing at its heart is starting a conversation with someone who could be an ideal customer. Tom helps small business owners, entrepreneurs and soloprenuers get featured on leading podcasts their prospects are already listening to. Then he shows them how to turn listeners into customers.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/tom-schwab-entrepreneurship/
Joshua Futrell is the CEO/Founder of COMHOME Technology Solutions. He is an entrepreneur and network infrastructure engineer with more than 15 years of experience in technical leadership, computer/networking technology, and business-critical management. He is a member of the Frisco Chamber of Commerce and a member of their elite Leadership Frisco team. He is also a decorated Air Force Veteran.
This is episode 4 in the series: The Five Dysfunctions of a Software Development Team, modeled after the book by Patrick Lencioni. Access the full series at hellotechpros.com/team.
Archika N. Gupta is an entrepreneur as well as a mom of 8 months old. Archika started working as a freelancer with global clients in 2012 and has managed to establish her own company this year named as "ANG Global Business Solutions". Archika is an expert at offering Back Office support to diverse nature of businesses globally.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/archika-gupta-productivity/
Alex Rubinchik oversees Marketing and Business Development at Philadelphia-based ServiceWhale. Prior to moving to Philadelphia, Alex received his first degree in Political Science, History and Philosophy from Hebrew University and his MBA from Brandeis University. Alex’s interests and hobbies are as diverse as his travels. When he isn’t discovering new solutions and opportunities for ServiceWhale, an online marketplace that provides instant on-demand quotes for big-ticket home improvement projects, he enjoys teaching yoga, spinning vinyl, and exploring unplugging practices.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/alex-rubinchik-unplugged/
This is episode 3 in the series: The Five Dysfunctions of a Software Development Team, modeled after the book by Patrick Lencioni. Access the full series at hellotechpros.com/team.
Prior to earning a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University, Korey McMahon competed as a professional freestyle snowboarder. In 2003, he ranked second in the nation by the United States of America Snowboard Association. After his retirement from competitive snowboarding, Korey sprung face-first into the world of marketing with the notorious mogul, Mountain Dew. Collaborating and perfecting, his successes soon led to a fleet of awards and recognition.
Ready to take on the world, Korey envisioned something much greater on the horizon. He set out to create something larger than life and in 2009, McMahon Marketing was born. Just as he had imagined, his team rapidly grew into what has become a highly recognized full-service marketing agency.
In his spare time, Korey enjoys chasing his daughter around the house and spending time with his wife, Autumn. Together they make up another team, in which motivates Korey to continually strive for new, adventurous ideology. When he isn’t spending time in Norman, Oklahoma you may find him traveling around the world. So look out! Just as marketing, Korey is always on the move and you won’t want to miss it.
His book, Bottom Line Marketing; Concepts to Advance Your Brand and Profits, is now for sale online on Amazon.com, iTunes, and Book Locker.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/korey-mcmahon-entrepreneurship/
Thanks for everything. I appreciate everyone who has supported the show since launching this year.
Going forward, Hello Tech Pros will be published 3 days per week instead of 7.
This is episode 2 in the series: The Five Dysfunctions of a Software Development team, modeled after the book by Patrick Lencioni. Access the full series at hellotechpros.com/team.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/social-anxiety-leadership/
Thor Conklin is a business owner, author, executive coach and content-driven podcaster. 2016 marks his 16th year as an entrepreneur. Thor is gritty, experienced and accessible as he brings to bear what holds people back from realizing their full potential. Through his latest venture, Peak Performance Nation, he teaches the tools, tips, tricks and strategies necessary to be a Peak Performer. He qualifies the psychology of success in one word: Execution! "Nothing you've learned matters — unless you can execute!"
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/thor-conklin-productivity/
CEO Justin Deese is a highly sought-after business strategist, visionary, and self-made entrepreneur. He simultaneously built three flourishing in-home service companies in multiple states, is a certified E-Myth Business Coach, and is an expert at helping fellow business owners structure and manage their companies for maximum profitability.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/justin-deese-motivation/
Fabian Geyrhalter is the Founder and Principal of FINIEN, a Los-Angeles based consultancy specialized in turning ventures into brands. Fabian has been published internationally by the likes of The Washington Post, Graphis and The Huffington Post and he has written about branding for publications including Mashable and Entrepreneur and is a columnist for Inc. His consultancy has worked on branding projects for startups like Jukin, Survios, Bandito Brothers and Vimmia to large companies like Evolution Juice, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and W Hotels.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/fabian-geyrhalter-unplugged/
Josh Earl is an email copywriter and the director of marketing for SimpleProgrammer.com. He writes at JoshuaEarl.com, where he shows bloggers and entrepreneurs how to create a steady stream of sales and income using fun-to-write, educational email courses.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/josh-earl-entrepreneurship/
Charlie Light helps companies with sales, and almost all his clients are digital marketing agencies or software engineering consultants. Charlie is an expert on prospecting, getting in front of new customers, and the general sales process.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/charlie-light-people/
From Jon Sonmez and SimpleProgrammer.com comes a list of 155 developer podcasts. I can't believe I just read them all.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/developer-podcasts-technology/
This is episode 1 in the series: The Five Dysfunctions of a Software Development team, modeled after the book by Patrick Lencioni.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/cowboy-coding-leadership/
A mechanical engineer and product designer turned traveler, Nathan Lieberman now hosts his own podcast called Oyster World Radio that broadcasts his escape from the corporate grind. Through his vast array of experiences ranging from networking, investing, martial arts, engineering, travel, storytelling, and business Nate has cracked the code on how to juggle multiple projects and perform at the highest levels.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/nathan-lieberman-productivity/
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. But for many technology professionals and entrepreneurs, the fear of failure is what guides their actions (or inactions).
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/anxiety-of-failure/
James Studdart is a full stack .NET developer, solutions architect and team leader based in the UK. He has experience in a wide range of markets from tropical fish and domestic services to international freight to the holiday industry, to name a few.
James does a lot of commuting and fills that time with podcasts as much as possible. When he’s not working he keeps and breeds tropical fish. James is on the committee for the British Cichlid Association and is the chairman of North Wales Aquarists Society. When he’s not doing anything fishy he is also an active member of the Shock Team 6 airsoft team at Shock and Awe Airsoft in North Wales.
James also has a young family, twin boys who recently turned one.
James Studdart doesn’t know the meaning of downtime and being unplugged.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/james-studdart-unplugged/
Jacob Strachotta has worked with hypnosis and hypnotherapy for more than 20 years. He originally trained as a captain in the Danish Air Force, where he worked with technical management, quality control, and organizational management. As part of his training, he learned how to help deployed personnel on a psychological level.
In 2000 Jacob founded The Institute for Advanced Hypnosis in Copenhagen, Denmark. Over the years, he has trained more than 550 hypnotists and hypnotherapists. Advanced Hypnosis differs from traditional hypnosis in that it goes straight to the root of the problem, isolating it and then treating it. It is a version of this technique called RDH – Result Driven Hypnosis, that is featured in the HelloMind app.
I am writing a book on social anxiety in the tech industry and I would love to get your feedback. Visit AnxietyNerd.com to download a free chapter.
Many people don't like asking for help. It makes us feel icky to reach out and be in someone's debt. We feel insecure because we can't do it ourselves Here are a few ways to get over the anxiety of asking for favors.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/asking-for-help-anxiety/
Gret Glyer is 26, has lived in Malawi, Africa for 3 years, crowdfunded $100,000 to build a girls school there, and most recently launched a revolutionary new app that is going to literally change the world by the end of this year. It's call DonorSee.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/gret-glyer-technology/
There is a fear that gnaws at us throughout the day, almost every single day. It is the fear that everyone will discover what we've been trying to hide our entire career: the fact that we are a big fraud and have no idea what we're doing.
Show notes at http://hellotechpros.com/imposter-syndrome-anxiety/