BUSINESS FOR UNICORNS PODCAST

Actionable advice from leaders who are walking the talk.

Join business coach and entrepreneur Michael Keeler as he speaks with inspiring leaders and entrepreneurs who believe that business is one of the best tools for making a powerful, positive impact on the world.

New episodes every Monday. 

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Episode 26: Preparing For Robots with Dave Gerber

Episode 26: Preparing For Robots with Dave Gerber

Dave Gerber, President and Founder of Synergy Development and Training, LLC is a change catalyst, motivating people to become the best version of themselves. Dave inspires his audiences to transform the way they engage with the world around them, build stronger relationships and organizations. His dynamic, humorous style and remarkable depth and breadth of content has earned him the reputation of “best speaker ever” by many of his audiences. His talent for simplifying complex ideas into elegant solutions, is a gift that leaves participants with actionable learning that they can implement immediately as he helps us “Prepare for Robots!”

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Episode 23: The Disrupt-Her Manifesto with Miki Agrawal

Episode 23: The Disrupt-Her Manifesto with Miki Agrawal

Miki was named 2018 Fast Company’s “Most Creative People”. 2017 “Young Global Leader” by the World Economic Forum, “Social Entrepreneur of the Year” by the World Technology Summit, and was one of INC Magazine’s “Most Impressive Women Entrepreneurs of 2016.”

She is the co-founder of THINX, a high-tech, period-proof underwear brand and led the company as CEO to a valuation of over $150 Million and to Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies of 2017, all while helping tens of millions of women period better.

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Episode 20: The Art of Lead Generation with John Franklin

Episode 20: The Art of Lead Generation with John Franklin

John started Flipside Performance by offering free park workouts in 2013. He bootstrapped the company to $2mm+ in revenue in less than 5 years. Now John teaches business owners how to get more clients by improving their sales and marketing processes. There are 200+ success stories & counting.

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Episode 18: Creative Entrepreneurship with Jim McCarthy

Episode 18: Creative Entrepreneurship with Jim McCarthy

Jim McCarthy is the co-founder and CEO of Goldstar, a company that sells millions of live event tickets to millions of people on behalf of more than 5,000 venues and producers each year. An e-commerce veteran, Jim has spent his entire career in high-growth businesses and likes to share his knowledge and insight with others.

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Episode 17: Scaling Culture with VaynerMedia’s Andrea Sullivan

Episode 17: Scaling Culture with VaynerMedia’s Andrea Sullivan

Andrea is a business leader, feminist, activist, professor, dancer, flutist, board member, mother and wife.

The first ever Chief Client Officer at VaynerMedia. She is responsible for scaling VaynerMedia’s full service agency business globally. She is in charge of its client teams, thought leadership, new business and brand reputation.

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Episode 16: Becoming an Industry Leader with Pete Dupuis

Episode 16: Becoming an Industry Leader with Pete Dupuis

Pete Dupuis has served as the Vice President and Business Director of Cressey Sports Performance since co-founding the company in 2007. With an MBA from Babson College, more than a decade of fitness industry experience, and a profound appreciation for the nitty-gritty realities of managing a fitness facility, he brings a unique perspective to discussions surrounding the business of fitness.

In this episode, Michael and Pete discuss:
• Positioning your business in a specific niche
• The social media strategy for small businesses especially in the fitness industry
• Developing a gym culture

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Episode 15: Balancing Art and Business with Patricia Burmicky

Episode 15: Balancing Art and Business with Patricia Burmicky

Patricia was born in Caracas, Venezuela to a Venezuelan-Slovenian family. In 2003, she received a B.S. in industrial engineering from the Simon Bolivar University in Caracas. She also studied photography at the Roberto Mata School of Photography in Caracas. In 2008, Patricia moved to New York to study at the International Center of Photography, where she was awarded with a Directors’ Fellowship and graduated in June 2010. Her photographs have been exhibited at the Andrea Meislin Gallery and A.I.R. Gallery in New York. Her photographs have been published in ICP’s Shift 2010, Tal Cual (Venezuelan newspaper) and Town and Country (magazine) in the Philippines.

In 2011, she founded PhotoUno Photography School in Midtown Manhattan where she currently teaches. Patricia lives and works in New York with her husband Francisco and her dog named Pitta.

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Episode 14: A Family Legacy with Cary Borish

Episode 14: A Family Legacy with Cary Borish

When Cary Borish opened the first Marathon in 1984, their goal was simple: to provide the neighborhood with the highest quality fresh food at an excellent value. The seeds they planted in their 10-seat burger joint in Northeast Philadelphia have grown into what Marathon is today.

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Episode 13: Management and Leadership with Arin Sullivan

Episode 13: Management and Leadership with Arin Sullivan

Arin Sullivan is the Director of Programs and Client Services, overseeing Education, Business Development, and the Support Center. The Programs & Client Services department endeavors to expand the knowledge of the arts and cultural sector and deepen the impact of the high-quality data and resources provided by the Cultural Data Project. An actor and stage manager at heart, prior to joining the CDP in 2008, Arin was the managing director at Hedgerow Theatre, theater manager for Drexel University’s Mandell Theater, and producer for Geva Comedy Improv at Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, New York. Arin is also an adjunct faculty member with Drexel’s Theatre program. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, New York, where she graduated cum laude, and she holds a Master of Science degree from Drexel University’s Arts Administration program.

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Episode 12: Blockchain Technology with Joe Snyder & Chris Brown

Episode 12: Blockchain Technology with Joe Snyder & Chris Brown

A serial entrepreneur for over fifteen years, Joe Snyder is the CEO of the publicly traded, revolutionary blockchain company, Lannister Holdings.

CHRIS BROWN, Chief Technology Officer

In their own words…

Lannister Holdings is generating scaled revenues and growth by developing, owning, and delivering proprietary technology to the financial sector.

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Episode 11: Giving & Receiving Feedback with Rachelle Pereira

Episode 11: Giving & Receiving Feedback with Rachelle Pereira

Rachelle is an accomplished Executive Coach and Facilitator who has built a stellar client reputation by getting results. As e talk about in the podcast Rachelle recently started her own leadership consulting agency called Equalibrium with her long-time friend and business partner Katie Byrme.

A little more about Rachelle – She is a qualified counsellor, and certified in a variety of Emotional Intelligence and personality assessment tools. Rachelle is a proud graduate from Reed College (Oregon) and Warwick University (UK). She also spoke at the 2017 TEDx Broadway Conference on the challenges in receiving feedback.

Rachelle has consulted for over 50 companies, including: Human Rights Watch, Sony Music Entertainment, NBC Universal, and so many more. Hope over to businessforunicorns.com for all the details of Rachelle’s incredible accomplishments.

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