Carl talks to us about his latest book – “Boss It!” – Take control of your time, your income and your life
We are very fortunate to be able to interview so fantastic business people. What we will promise is that we WON’T be get the Tony Robbins of the world, but what we WILL do is interview business leaders, authors and owners that have a proven track record when it comes to implementing, and helping entrepreneurs, small business owners and SME’s.
Todd is known as author of 4 books, speaker and host of his own podcast, ‘The Accidental Creative’.
Multi-skilled creative Video Producer, Director and Videographer. In 2018 his Christmas film called ‘Love is a Gift’ went viral. It was watched by over 50 million people around the world and shared over 100,000 times on social media. He was personally asked by Lewis Capaldi to direct the music video for his number 1 single ‘Someone You Loved’ which starring BAFTA winner Peter Capaldi.
As the former director of communications for Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Ken Schmidt played a pivotal role in one of the most celebrated turnarounds in business history and got paid to ride motorbikes. He is widely known and respected as one of the business world’s most outspoken, provocative and entertaining thought leaders in competition, brand management, positioning, reputation management, human behaviour and loyalty.
In late 2014, internationally acclaimed blogger and podcaster Chris Ducker coined the term “Youpreneur” to describe the rise of the personal brand entrepreneur, a new business model that very few…
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