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Now displaying: May, 2015
May 25, 2015

In commemoration of Memorial Day, AQQOLADE invited Two Marines Moving CEO Nick Baucom to join us.  Chief of one of the fastest growing companies in America, Nick has an interesting story of how he started as a Marine sergeant, opened his own business, expanded and was invited to become a contributor for INC magazine.  Did Nick learn anything in the Marines that he applied to his business?  You bet. Listen in and find out how he did it, and how other veterans can benefit from Nick's example.

May 19, 2015

Once again, we open the vault to retrieve two episodes regarding the very popular TED talks.  This first episode is a discussion with the man who wrote the definitive book on how to deliver a TED talk, Jeremey Donovan.  Everything you need to know and do is in the book, and much of it is covered in our discussion.  Interested in delivering a TED talk?  Listen to this podcast and you'll know exactly what to do.

May 12, 2015

Phil Romano's story of success after success in the restaurant business is shared with AQQOLADE's Bob Dragone.  The founder of Fuddrucker's, Romano's Macaroni Grill and a host of other famous restaurants shares his principles and vision for long-term business success.  Phil explains his dedication to service and why he is now helping young food professionals get a start in the tough but exciting restaurant business.  Phil's story is inspiring for all business professionals regardless of sector.  

May 1, 2015

AQQOLADE's Bob Dragone interviews Stewart Ross of the Southeast Business Forum. The topic is networking, not social networking, but face-to-face to build business relationships.  Stew has a process called the "Mindset of Networking."  He explains how it works and why it works.  For anyone building a business and looking to grow a network of beneficial relationships, this episode is a guide on doing networking right.

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