There are so many insights that we could get from understanding how behaviors, as hard-wired in our DNAs, tend to dictate how we react in different situations. Chairman and CEO of DNA Behavior, Hugh Massie, sheds light on the truth about this and how it is so. Covering our financial decisions in the way we handle pressure and emotions, he points to the unknown behaviors we took on from when we were born that seem to derail our performance. Hugh puts that in the context of how we manage money, build businesses, develop relationships with clients, and lead better. Take a deep dive into this interesting topic and use the behavioral insights and wisdom to take control and empower yourself even more.Read More
Business networking groups can be a huge boon to you and your business if you fall in with the right crowd and learn to communicate the way you need to. Otherwise, these groups can just end up being a waste of your time because they won’t lead you where you need to go. The Founder of Collaberex, Jonathan Rosen, gets into what you need to look out for in business networking groups.Read More
In this episode Susan Tatum sits down with Lee Eisenstaedt, Founder of Leading with Courage Academy to discuss Leadership Development and its impact on Differentiation.Read More
Susan Tatum sits down with Eric Michrowski, CEO at Propulo Consulting to discuss his ideas around differentiation.Read More
In this episode we join Adam Landrum, CEO at Up&Up, and discuss developing a competitive advantage through authenticity:Read More
In this episode Susan Tatum sits down with Craig Hall, Founder of Marketing Wiz to discuss differentiation in the Wealth Management Space.Read More
In this episode Susan Tatum sits down with Dario Priolo, Founder and President of JK Research to discuss building your differentiation strategy through buyer focused marketing content.Read More
In this episode, we join James Robert Lay, CEO of Digital Growth Institute, to talk about the importance of digital growth diagnostics for businesses operating in today’s fast-paced and ever-changing technological space.Read More
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