Outstanding episode today, breaking down the challenges and opportunities in different parts of the fitness industry. We meet Kate Kendall and Ben Lucas from Flow Athletic and spoke about their business model and how they balance each other’s strengths and weaknesses. And we talk to Troy Henson from SES Taekwondo about expanding his passion into a viable full-time business. Make sure you tune in!
Things get a bit fiery in the studio this week – which I love! It was great to chat to Stephen Jackson from Jackson Rowe Real Estate about training staff and when to step back from the business. I also talk with property stylist Mel Moloney about when and how to expand her business. Available on iTunes and our show website – make sure you listen!
Vice President of Innovation, Global Health and Policy Communication, Seema Kumar joins TMBS to discuss the global innovation ecosystem. Also, check out pitch videos from Kayla’s Dave Thompson and Sonia McDonald from LeadershipHQ.
Value is subjective, listen to Mark and Nick Fordham this week discuss best negotiation principles to help you maximize your value to others.
Three River’s Archer Hamilton and Charlie Single, better known as the publishers of The Betoota Advocate join us on the show to provide not only their industry insights but more importantly a laugh! Just a reminder this week’s episode is in two parts – we’ll be chatting to the consumer’s champion Michael Fraser during next week’s show. Enjoy.
Mark reviews your latest pitches for Eagle’s Nest. Listen to his views about whether working long hours is productive. Mark also reacts to claims we should ignore some feedback.
Tune is as Mark invites advertising guru and adventurer Todd Sampson to recount his fascinating journey, retraining his brain. Hear Todd how embraces his fear to overcome incredible physical feats and how this can be applied in business.
Also on the show, an insight into how social media is being used to advertise.
Mark launched Eagle’s Nest, his own exciting program to encourage and support start ups and entrepreneurs. The first two guests Ed Cowan of Tripod Coffee and Salome Borg from Boom Payband, met Mark in the studio, pitched their brands and received invaluable advice.
Mark gives you his take on the financial crisis in Greece and whether it will impact Australia. Mark answers more questions about time management and gives his opinion about setting goals.
See Ed’s pitch below for Tripod Coffee: