A podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders and any person seeking success. Designed especially for those in the marketing, digital marketing, advertising, and public relations industries. The Daily Drive is here to provide and feed you with the news, information, inspiration and tools to "drive" your journey to success. Whether you are a CEO, CMO, Owner, or even just a web designer just starting out, our show will give you actionable techniques to take you to the next level.
Hosted by Ken Knorr the CEO of white label digital marketing firm That! Company.
Johnathan Grzybowski CEO of Penji, an unlimited graphic design service. The membership plan available at Penji is useful for business owners in need of graphic work such as: logos, websites, apps, salesheets, etc… The team at Penji handles graphic design projects for members throughout the month of membership. Listen in for part 2!
Johnathan Grzybowski CEO of Penji, an unlimited graphic design service. The membership plan available at Penji is useful for business owners in need of graphic work such as: logos, websites, apps, salesheets, etc… The team at Penji handles graphic design projects for members throughout the month of membership.
Today we talk about how all of our interactions with people either make an emotional deposit or an emotional withdrawal. We also share how with one subtle change you can turn a minor withdrawal into a deposit.
Welcome to Momentum Monday, today we introduce you to momentumdash.com and the pretty cool chrome application they've developed. We also talk about how conflict breeds resolution, creates innovation and supports creativity. Check it out!
Another piece of advice that I learned from Will Smathers many years ago, "Authority is not Granted..." Learn the rest of the phrase by listening today. This is a piece of advice that you should train to all of your up and coming managers and leaders.
Gordon Gecko said Greed is Good in the hit movie Wall Street. Is he right? Is greed the pure and perfect driver? Is it the motivator that winners and successful entrepreneurs use to achieve greatness? Listen and Find out.
Today's show features CEO Dan Kogan of 1Digital. Dan shares his insights and thoughts on life as a CEO. You might be surprised who he admires since he's in the e-commerce space. He's an interesting man, and we're sure you'll learn a lot.
You have the responsibility to change the world around you. while you learn and apply these skills as an entrepreneur you are developing skills that translate directly in to skills needed by your community. Apply them and a greater purpose will be exposed in your life.
Today's show is part of the CEO series where we interview Nathan Hirsch the CEO and Founder of FreeeUp. FreeeUp is a freelancer platform that's a bit different than the other freelance platforms you may have heard of, and while we'll learn about that our Focus is to learn about Nathan and what made him successful
Criticism is an important and powerful tool for leaders, using it effectively can create great employees and develop leaders within your organization. Fail to use it correctly and it can cause chaos, harm morale and even destroy company culture. Further leaning how to open yourself to criticism can make you a better leader.
In the first two episodes we learned how our brain works when making a decision, the markers that indicate we're going to make a bad decision, and now we investigate the safeguards we can implement to prevent us from making bad decisions as leaders.
We continue the discussion about how gender and punctuation can affect the interpretation of written communications. Does this affect your relationships? With friends, coworkers, or even clients? Re-reading something to insure your audience is hearing what you really mean is important.
Ken reads the now famous "The Grind" also known as "Rise and Shine" to start off your week. The script was originally used in a YouTube video produced by Red Productions - Directed by Chris Rodriguez and written by Scott Porter. A big shout out to Red Productions, because this is incredibly motivational.
Quit talking about it, and start doing it. What's holding you back? Is it fear? or laziness? Michael Jordan, Dan Laemont give us examples of how to get started. We finish off with appearances from Wolfman Jack, Walter Cronkite, Paul Harvey, and Roy Rogerswith a little closing confusion.
Ok as a business leader you know that you need to be a great delegator, but how do you do that? In this episode Ken talks about the 10 steps that makes you a better delegator from what to delegate to how to maintain control so that you don't drop back into feeling like you need to do it yourself. This episode is a must listen for marketing executives, leaders and entrepreneurs.
It's faster to do it myself. If you have ever said that, then you're going to want to listen to this show, because if you don't learn to delegate effectively it will be the main factor that will limit your ability to grow past anything but a small company.
Making mistakes? If you aren't then your doing something wrong. This show is filled with mistakes. It would be a mistake if you didn't listen. Ken is going to take you on a journey that will have you see those errors in a totally different way.