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Podcast Episode 116 – How Networking can Cut Costs for Healthcare and Insurance and Why the Industry is Broken, with Steve Watson of Trendbreakers

Steve Watson is a CFO and CHRO, and but not an insurance salesman. He is, however, the founder of Trendbreakers, a connector, and an educator who has used his network to help folks improve their health and insurance benefits while lowering annual premiums. Steve shares how his role as a CFO and CHRO have shaped his career, how mission work …

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Podcast Episode 115 – Human Centered Design and Why UX is Not Just Software, it’s People, featuring Nik Parekh

Nik Parekh is a founder and author of the new book The Future of Extraordinary Design. As Design Strategy Lead for Samsung, Nik bolstered earning potential by $35B by contributing product management to ‘go to market’ 17-person team for 4 separate ventures. We discuss the values and vision of great human-centered design and how empathy is not just a buzzword when it comes …

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Podcast Episode 114 -Why Podcasting is the New PR and a Gutenberg Revolution in Media with Kitcaster Co-founder, Brandy Whalen

Brandy Whalen is the co-founder of Kitcaster.  The Kitcaster agency begins each company engagement with a deep understanding of your ideal podcast audience to deliver 100% customized appearances to match you with the perfect podcast placements.  We explore the founding of Kitcaster, why the current PR process is broken, and how the new podcast media opportunity is fundamentally changing the way …

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Podcast Episode 113 – Why Adversity and Perseverance Create Great Opportunities with Sage Spoonfuls Founder Liza Huber

Liza Huber is an entrepreneur, award-winning cookbook author, wife, mom of 4 and the CEO & Founder of Sage Spoonfuls; one of the most trusted brands in mealtime products for babies and kids available at major retailers both nationwide and internationally.  Liza shares some important lessons on how perseverance and grit combined with adapting to change has both led to …