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What We’re Reading and Listening to this Spring…

  1. The Power of Broke 

Daymond John is an influential voice for those who are looking for success in their small businesses. The Power of Broke discusses how being broke can lead to motivation to achieve amazing things- but only if you are willing to put in the work to achieve this success. 

  1. Experience This! 

Hosts Dan Gingiss and Joey Coleman serve as your hosts for weekly doses of positive customer experiences. In this podcast you will find insightful examples of customer experience alongside tips on how to keep your customers happy. 

  1. The Virgin Way

At just 16 years old, Richard Branson dropped out of school and began working for himself. Almost 50 years later, his Virgin Group became an international brand. The Virgin Way is a playbook for leadership and discusses the key to creating a successful, worldwide group of employees. 

  1. 2X eCommerce Marketing Podcast 

Host Kunle Campbell interviews experts who are at the forefront of technology and innovation in the digital retail industry. In this podcast you can hear first hand stories from founders of direct-to-consumer brands. With insights that can help grow towards specific areas in your direct-to-consumer business. 

  1. This Old Marketing with Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose 

Two of the most well-known experts in the content marketing space, Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose discuss the latest content marketing trends. Each podcast features discussions on how businesses can attract and retain customers by using content. 

  1.  Year of Yes

Author Shonda Rhimes lets readers into her personal experiences in the industry. Shonda Rhimes shares her experiences from being a shy introvert who turned down countless opportunities. She discusses how she then turned into a confident public speaker and authoritative figure who said yes to every opportunity given to her. This book shows readers that you can bust out of their shell and bring their voices to the world. 

  1. Female Innovators at Work

Danielle Newnham’s book is full of aspiring interviews and case studies from aspiring leaders of women-owned businesses. These women share their experiences, challenges, and lessons learned throughout their journeys in the entrepreneurial world. 

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