Get organized! With Julie Griffin-Carty
Julie Griffin-Carty owns Maison Court, an organizing company that gives you the “home court” advantage of an organized space. Clearing away disorganized chaos, Maison Court works with each client to create a personalized system from which to enjoy and operate their space.
September 17, 2019
I am a Chiropractor - with Dr Scott Rosner
Dr. Scott Rosner joined me on The Workspace Podcast to discuss his chiropractor practice and how best to protect yourself as an amateur sportsman or woman. Weekend warriors are subject to injury without the proper hydration, stretching and cool down habits. Our jobs can also do us harm without the proper posture and workstation setup. Have a listen for a healthier, more active you! About Scott and his practice: Weymouth Chiropractic & Wellness Center - https://weymouthchiro.com/ By utilizing chiropractic care, nutrition, exercises and lifestyle modifications, Weymouth Chiropractic and Wellness Center is the communities resource for healthcare education, spine and joint health, and sports injuries. Our care is specifically tailored for each individuals needs to get them feeling better and back to doing the things that they love. Chiropractic is widely recognized as one of the safest drug-free, non-invasive therapies available for the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal complaints. Chiropractors are considered portal of entry physicians in the state of Massachusetts, meaning that Chiropractors are able to help a variety of conditions from back and neck pain to sprains and strains.
July 15, 2019
Melissa Peralta and Julia Morlino are launching Mood Food Events!
My guests this week are Melissa Peralta and Julia Morlino They have teamed up to create Mood Food Events. They are combining their love of curated entertainment and eating healthy to create community and private events to help people learn how to nourish their bodies and recharge their soles.
June 26, 2019
Your Team Might Need Some Coaching - with Ed Evarts
Ed Evarts is the founder and president of Excellius Leadership Development, an organization focused on coaching mid- to senior- level leaders and their teams in business environments. With over twenty-five years of innovative leadership and management experience, Ed possesses the ability to build awareness, create action, and deliver results. Known for his business acumen, his ability to resolve complex human relations issues, and his enthusiastic, accessible and responsive style, Ed partners with managers, leaders and business teams to explore clarity and communication, and traverse conflict and change. On this podcast we discussed the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team - Trust - Conflict - Commitment - Accountability - Results!!! Ed Evarts can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, 617-549-1391
June 11, 2019
Online Marketing for Local Businesses with Kate Stallings
Kate Creative Media of Canton MA is a one-stop-shop for businesses and non-profits looking for a tailored website and online marketing plan for the modern age. From secure web hosting, website design and online advertising, KCM continues to deliver results for businesses across the country. Kate Stallings works best with companies that have a website and tried online marketing with a big company and may have been unsatisfied with the results or the lack of attention to their real business needs. katecreativemedia.com or 508-521-4769 Kate and I have a great conversation on best to use your time and money to garner attention as a small local business.
May 29, 2019
"I am a Private Investigator" with Sean Mullen
Private investigation has nothing to do with Hawaii, Ferrari's or Higgins. Sean Mullen from National Investigation Bureau and I sat down for a candid conversation about what his profession is really about. Sean helps companies reduce their overall risk on a myriad of issues including theft and sensitive issues like sexual harassment. We also discuss his positive relationship with law enforcement. Enjoy! To reach Sean: Sean A. Mullen, President National Investigation Bureau 781-344-0384
May 16, 2019
The Power of Story with Trisha Griffin-Carty
Trisha is a Storyfinder, Speaker and Presentation coach, specializing in helping my clients find, develop and deliver stories that advance their careers and grow their businesses. Storytelling is in our social dna. We just need to access it! We can use stories on job interviews, at networking events, work presentations, business conversations. Stories help us get our message across in a clear and compelling manner. People remember stories. Trisha Griffin-Carty Griffin-Carty Communications email@example.com 781-413-5363 griffincartycommunications.com
May 8, 2019
Episode 23 - Doreen Lang of Hang On To Your Stars
Hang on to Your Stars LLC is a leadership consulting and training company which helps organizations save a fortune by stopping employee turnover through strategic business practices. Turnover costs organizations trillions of dollars a year. Ineffective onboarding practices are primarily the main reason. In addition, for the first time in history there are up to four generations working together. Each of these generations have unique expectations and demands as well as strengths. Organizations that recognize and embrace these differences remain highly productive and make the most of the differences and skill sets each generation brings. If you are struggling to blend these generations and want to close the generation gap to create a positive and productive work environment, then our Camaraderie Campfires are the answer. These highly interactive workshops are a great employee retention tool. https://hangontoyourstars.com/
March 6, 2019
Episode 22 - Mal Stanton McCunney of School on Wheels Massachusetts
Mal Stanton McCunney of School on Wheels Massachusetts was a recent guest on The Workspace Podcast. Mal is director of marketing for this wonderful charity that Workspace will soon be supporting with your assistance. School on Wheels supports the academic, social and emotional growth of students impacted by homelessness. We provide customized backpacks and school supplies, one-on-one mentoring and tutoring, and college assistance to Massachusetts students ages K - college. Our constituents are children and youth grades K - college who are living in family shelters or, as is the case with young adults, unaccompanied youth. Our supporters are individuals, civic and educational groups and corporations who support our mission and work. There are more than 21,000 students in MA public schools are identified as homeless. The average age of a homeless person in MA is 8 years old.
February 25, 2019
Episode 21 - Meghan Steinberg of SteinbergHR LLC
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February 18, 2019
Episode 20 - Chad O'Connor, Northeastern University Adjunct Professor
Chad O'Connor Northeastern University Adjunct Professor of marketing, advertising and corporate communications. Chad is also an advisor and consultant for several start up companies both here in the states and abroad. I have wanted to interview someone in higher education for quite a while. Chad was gracious enough to spend some time with me and discuss a few interesting topics including: - what is it like educating students who have grown up with smartphones? - how has his curriculum in marketing and advertising changed given the pace of innovation?
February 6, 2019
Episode 19 - Stephen Pappas, SVP/CMO of Panviva
Steve and I had a great discussion on how you and your employees can put in place simple to use strategies and tactics for providing customers with the best possible customer experience. Guest: Steve Pappas | SVP/CMO firstname.lastname@example.org
January 30, 2019
Episode 18 with Jacquelynne Maloney - Energy Healer
My Jacquelynne Maloney (aka Jack) joined me on The Workspace Podcast to discuss her practice as an energy healer. Jack has an interesting back story and path that lead her to helping others through energy healing. I have gone through a life activation session with Jack and it was life changing.
January 17, 2019
Episode 17 - PJ Antonik of Oak Development & Design
PJ and I sat down for a great discussion about his journey in life and business. PJ is a natural hustler and budding multi-media influencer. He currently manages multiple renovation projects in Hingham MA and is launching a TV show on NESN on 1.5.19. ------- PJ, a Cape Cod native grew up visiting his dad in Connecticut where he learned his family trade of Carpentry. Being surrounded by mechanics and trades people in his family he quickly learned many additional trades including general contracting, landscaping, finish carpentry and more. After attending Hofstra University for communications he pursued a career in the corporate world building a knowledge base of marketing, sales and communications. After years of the corporate world experience he started to take his skills as a manager and adapting them to his hands on skills as a carpenter. The natural step was to start buying, fixing and selling real estate. His philosophy is to buy the cheapest houses in the most expensive neighborhoods. He looks for the worst of the worst, the house everyone else turns their nose at. In his mind every house has potential, you just need to buy it right. Some just some need a bit more love than others... PJ resides in Dedham Ma and operates his business on the south shore of Massachusetts. He lives with his wife Lizzy, daughter Oakley and never lets his sidekick Copper leave his side.
January 4, 2019
Episode 16 - Julie Nussbaum of Julie Nussbaum Interiors
Julie owns a boutique interior design studio in Hingham, MA. She offers design services ranging from full renovations to paint consults or refreshing spaces and everything in between. Whether it's selecting the right rug or window treatment, it's nice to have a professional help so that you get it right the first time. From Julie: I have my masters in social work and I've worked as a youth and family counselor, then transitioned into the prevention field and was the Director of Prevention for SADD National. I always loved design and new that at some point I was going to transition into that field. I went back to school at the New England Institute of Art in 2010 started my business. My grandmother was a designer and it's in my blood. She's 101 and we still talk design! I definitely use my training as a social worker and therapist in my interior design!
December 18, 2018
Episode 15 - Bernie Heine of Professional Business Coaches Inc.
The business and life coaching business is growing. Bernie Heine is a business coach and sat down for a discussion to answer the following questions and more: What is business coaching? Who should consider hiring a business coach? How does business coaching differ from life coaching? How does consulting compare to consulting? How are his services delivered and what value do his clients enjoy? Professional Business Coaches, Inc. helps business leaders achieve their vision, meet their challenges, and succeed by working with them and their teams individually or in groups on topics such as: leadership, business strategy, marketing, sales, customer service, operations, finance, and management training.
December 11, 2018
Episode 14 - Darrin Fitzgerald of Artie Media
We can not pick up our phones without a video playing within a few minutes. Video is everywhere and it's not going away. Darrin helps his clients embrace the use of video to garner attention, drive revenue and have fun! -- ARTIE MEDIA shows brands how to use video production to achieve business goals. Darrin Fitzgerald is the founder and CEO, the principal writer, director and producer. The video and films we create helps businesses overcome challenges, seize opportunities. ARTIE MEDIA works nationally with leaders of industry. Our ideal client becomes a partner, empowering us both through collaboration. We're fortunate to work with forward thinking brands who lead in thought and by example. Our greatest satisfaction is enabling these leaders, our ideal clients, to communicate their expertise through elegant video -crafting messages that inspire their ideal clients to take action. email@example.com artiemedia.com
December 3, 2018
Episode 13 - PART 2 Julia Geisman of Career Agility
This is Part 2 of our podcast with Julia Geisman. Julia and I had an enlightening discussion on the fact that the "glass ceiling is real". We covered topics including how it manifests itself, why it's pervasive and what can companies do to address it. Julia Geisman, CEO of CareerAgilitytm LLC, has spent her career advocating for gender diversity and for women in leadership. She has spent the majority of her career as an entrepreneur and has come face-to-face with the biases and variations of the limitations professional women continue to experience. Geisman is passionate about mitigating unconscious gender bias and behavioral expectations. Her areas of expertise include cross-gender communication, women in leadership, women as change agents, managing gender and generational differences, emotional intelligence, team building, conflict management, negotiation skills, and career management. She coaches women, executives and senior leaders as well as conducts workshops nationally and internationally. Geisman has a Masters degree in Organizational Management and Development and has been an adjunct professor at BU’s Questrom School of Business’s MBA program, Suffolk University and Wentworth Institute University.
November 27, 2018
Episode 12 - Julia Geisman of Career Agility, The Glass Ceiling Is Real
Julia and I had an enlightening discussion on the fact that the "glass ceiling is real". We covered topics including how it manifests itself, why it's pervasive and what can companies do to address it. Julia Geisman, CEO of CareerAgilitytm LLC, has spent her career advocating for gender diversity and for women in leadership. She has spent the majority of her career as an entrepreneur and has come face-to-face with the biases and variations of the limitations professional women continue to experience. Geisman is passionate about mitigating unconscious gender bias and behavioral expectations. Her areas of expertise include cross-gender communication, women in leadership, women as change agents, managing gender and generational differences, emotional intelligence, team building, conflict management, negotiation skills, and career management. She coaches women, executives and senior leaders as well as conducts workshops nationally and internationally. Geisman has a Masters degree in Organizational Management and Development and has been an adjunct professor at BU’s Questrom School of Business’s MBA program, Suffolk University and Wentworth Institute University.
November 20, 2018
Episode 11 - Marcela Pelaez - The Coffee Dream Company
Marcela Pelaez owns The Coffee Dream Company. She and her team import fresh coffee from Colombia to south Florida where it is roasted and packaged. This ensures that their customers enjoy the freshest coffee possible. They only have a direct to consumer distribution model for now, available on Amazon soon!
November 13, 2018
Episode 10 - Melissa Peralta - Suddenly Simple Events
Melissa is a professional event planner and caterer. She concentrates on providing her clients with the experience they envision for their next important event or party. We had a terrific discussion on the emergence of the current state of our service based economy. The challenge for small businesses today is to ensure that each customer walks away with a positive impression of their experience with the product or service you provide.
November 8, 2018
Episode 9 - Dave Deblasio - New Media & Website Expert
If you are thinking about developing a new website for your business, listen to this podcast! We all have websites but the economy, social media, smart phones may have left your current site in the dust. Everything about websites has changed dramatically in the last several years and you may not be putting your best foot forward online. Dave and I had an informative discussion on what to do next if you find yourself in this position. Dave DeBlasio, of DeBlasio New Media Marketing, works with established and growth-stage companies to help business owners and decision makers understand how to properly translate their message to the web. By working diligently to understand your business they design and develop results oriented websites and internet advertising campaigns that meet your company's specific needs and reach the right customers for your business. Dave and his team help you solve the question, "How do you use the latest tools available to your company and your customer base to improve and grow your business?"
October 23, 2018
Episode 8 - Robin Samora, Small Business Marketing and PR Expert
Robin Samora is a small business marketing and public relations expert. Robin Samora is a seasoned entrepreneur with decades of marketing, sales and advertising experience. She uses PR, social media and free publicity strategies – as well as Brand Ambassador marketing – to influence audiences, gain attention, build credibility and expert status. We had a great discussion on the topic of personal and business branding. In today's world it's essential to develop and promote ones brand on social media and other outlets. Robin has gives us some great advise on how where to start, how to execute and tools to automate it. Let us know what you think. firstname.lastname@example.org Robin can be reached at robinsamora.com, Robin@robinsamora.com and @robinsamorapr on her social channels.
October 17, 2018
Episode 7 - Rachel Leone of Leone Marketing Solutions
Rachel Leone owns Leone Marketing Solutions. If you need to put your company name and logo on a promotional product to retain key employees or jump start a marketing campaign, call Rachel! Leone Marketing Solutions is a Boston based promotional products and apparel firm with roots in the industry for over 25 years. Rachel is a marketing expert. Leone is a 100% women-owned and a member of ASI® with top industry credentials.
October 9, 2018
Episode 6 - Eric Braun of South Shore Innovation
Eric and I had a terrific discussion on the importance of strategic planning for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Eric is the executive director of South Shore Innovation. South Shore Innovation is a community of suburban entrepreneurs helping others discover their passions, merge these passions with ideas, learn through collaboration how to start a company and how to run a company better, and launch successful businesses. Innovation and entrepreneurship are greatly improved within an active community. At South Shore Innovation, we are a vibrant, fun and productive community. All members are expected to participate in the community and contribute. We cannot take the community for granted, and we must engage and support the other members of the community. https://twitter.com/SouthShoreInno https://www.linkedin.com/company/southshoreinno/ https://www.instagram.com/southshoreinno/
October 2, 2018
Episode 5 - Nabil Aidoud of Insurance Menu
Nabil is the CEO of Insurance Menu. They are focused on modernizing how employee benefits and individual products are delivered to small businesses. We had a great discussion on a number of topics including how Amazon Web Services is analogous to flexible office and coworking providers. Nabil also provided some great insights on being an entrepreneur.
September 24, 2018
Episode 4 - Emily Smith-Lee of SLN Law
Emily is a employment law expert and joined us for a wide ranging discussion covering a variety of topics that apply to most businesses.
September 19, 2018
Episode 3 - Diana Bagas of Launch Web Marketing - Is Yelp worth it?
Diana Bagas - Social Media Expert. Is spending money on Yelp worth it? And other great insights.
August 17, 2018
Episode 2 - Gabby Rene - A tax preparation and financial planning expert shares best practices
Gabby Rene, a tax preparation and financial planning expert joins us to share best practices.
August 17, 2018
Episode 1 - Alicia Williams of Aliste Marketing speaks to Smarketing
Alicia Williams of Aliste Marketing on: Smarketing: Best practices to work smarter not harder Unless you can be two places at once, cook dinner while presenting to the board, attend family gatherings while making cold calls- you need to be in this session. With technology today we are able to be more connected, accessible and stressed. What we figured out is how to walk the line of career rockstar and family superhero through utilizing the same technology that prevents us from disconnecting. Understand how to be more efficient with your time, where the best channels are to reach your target market and gain influencer status both in your career and personal life.
July 31, 2018
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July 31, 2018