How do you shoot the Internet’s most-watched daily show without a studio and without a crew? With COVID-19 came a slew of production challenges that required some major production changes within Mythical Entertainment that has ultimately led to growth even during this pandemic. Listen to R&L discuss how Mythical navigated through these unprecedented times and not only managed to maintain but also grow their team on this very special episode of EarBiscuits, part of Dell's Small Business PodFerence 2.0.
In this episode the host will tackle how to build an agile IT infrastructure that can scale.
Side Hustle School
An asymmetrical opportunity is one where the risk is low but the possible reward is high. Starting a small business on a low budget is a perfect example: it might not work out, but if it does, there's no fixed limit to growth. In this series of short episodes from our partner Dell, I'll share three examples of how ordinary people are exploiting asymmetrical opportunities to radically transform their lives. The new tomorrow will not be televised–it's available on demand right now!
How I Built This
Inspiring stories about how entrepreneurs launched and grew their business.
Jill on Money
I am often asked about the best retirement plans out there for entrepreneurs and sole proprietors. There are a lot of choices and depending on your circumstances, one may be more appropriate than another. That's why on this episode we're glad to welcome back Michael Goodman for a little small business bootcamp! As the president of Wealthstream Advisors in New York City, Michael knows firsthand what it's like to run a small business. We'll touch on a variety of topics, including which retirement plan is the best choice for your situation.
Tiffany and Mandi will talk about small business success stories and the tactics used to survive the Pandemic. They will highlight ways brick and mortar stores adjusted to being online and how business owners held onto their staff through the most difficult times.
Business Wars brings you special episodes that tell the inspiring and motivation stories of successful companies that started out small. Hear the founding stories of Columbia Sportswear and Domino’s Pizza how the pandemic impacted their industries.
Bad with Money
Gaby Dunn will talk about how you may have been 'bad with money' during the pandemic (i.e. not investing properly, not saving, etc.). She will talk about ways you can help get yourself out of Pandemic debt by using your money wisely. Stacking Benjamins - custom segment thought starter: Hosts and business financial experts, Joe and the OG, will discuss the financial effects of the pandemic on small businesses and highlight some feel-good success stories of small business owners who thrived in spite of the current climate
The Stacking Benjamins Show
Hosts and business financial experts, Joe and the OG, will discuss the financial effects of the pandemic on small business and highlight some feel-good success stories of small business owners who thrived despite the current climate.
Out of Office
On this episode of Out of Office, Rich and Gianni talk to Acorns co-founder Noah Kerner, who has extensive experience in founding and growing start-ups. This episode will cover Noah's career trajectory, including how he and his team have grown Acorns including throughout the challenges of the last year. Previous guests / episodes in line with the overall ethos of this episode include Dan Fleyshman(founder, Elevator Studio), Gary Vaynerchuk, & Dave Grutman (Groot Hospitality), all of whom built their businesses as start ups.
Happier with Gretchen Rubin
Use Self-Knowledge to Be Healthier, Happier, More Productive, and More Successful as a Small Business Owner.” Gretchen will focus on how small-business owners can use the Four Tendencies to figure out how to avoid procrastination; reduce conflict; engage betters with clients, customers, or students; and understand how to communicate more effectively. Perhaps we can then go through examples and application that would be pertinent to small business owners, both in managing their business and in managing their own mental health and happiness.
The Old Man and the Three
In this bonus episode of The Old Man and The Three, JJ Redick and Tommy Alter sit down with multi-faceted producer, director and writer Ben Winston, who established the production company Fulwell 73, to talk about what it is like to run a company during unprecedented times. Ben is full of knowledge and advice to help the next wave of entrepreneurs navigate and find success in times of great change. He will share his own personal career journey including what it was to produce both the Grammy’s and the Friends reunion during COVID-19 and how he overcame those challenges. Ben’s award-winning credits span television, movies, music videos and commercials. His executive producing credits include “The Tony Awards,” the hit U.K. version of “The X Factor”; the CBS sitcom “Happy Together,” the acclaimed documentary feature "In The Hands of the Gods”; the new CBS All Access series “Seatbelt Psychic”; and several music specials for artists such as Bruno Mars, Harry Styles, Shawn Mendes, Kacey Musgraves, Sam Smith and Justin Bieber, amongst others.
Story Behind Building the Athletic
Episode One - The origin story of The Athletic. Why did they start the company? What were the key initial decisions? What didn't go as expected and how did they handle it? How did they set goals and track their success? When did they know it was going to work? Key hires, key failures, first wins. We'll hear from some of the other key people who joined early, why they joined, and how they perceived the early days of the business.
Episode Two - Managing the growth phase. Once they knew they had something that worked, how did they approach scaling. What new questions and decisions did that present. What were the new requirements, personalities, and functions needed. Do the success metrics need to change? Does the business model need to change as you grow? The company is really starting to grow and flourish, then Covid hits. How did they manage the business decisions, the human element, remote working, and do they expect any workplace or office culture changes in a post-Covid environment.
You Can't Sit With Us
We will be interviewing and chatting with Chef Uyen Kirshenbaum, to discuss the small business she started after being furloughed from her restaurant job due to COVID-19.
What’s the Small
A podcast based conference during Small Business Month
to share advice and inspiration on how to grow your business.
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