in this episode, Miro talks about some things that have happened in the world of Hodgepodge. The loss of a key employee, the fallout, and looking forward. It’s hard, be thankful for the good times. Most importantly be prepared for the bad times.
In this episode, Miro talks with Co-Founder of Ned a natural wellness company. As Co-Founder of Ned, Ret is inspired by his passion for natural remedies and empowered by his fourteen years as a successful entrepreneur. Prior to starting Ned, Ret worked to bring greater environmental stewardship to Saudi Arabia, co-founded the Green Building Council of Brazil—the country's leading voice for sustainability, and taught thousands of New Yorkers how to reconnect with nature and move naturally through the city's most popular Meetup group, MovNat NYC. Most recently, Ret spent a decade as Founder and CEO one of the leading sales groups in the hospitality furniture vertical. Ret is most passionate about experimenting with and helping people thrive through the powers of nature, nutrition and movement.
In this episode, Miro talks with Adam Hudson, a successful serial entrepreneur. Author of “Primed - Your Guide To Building A Thriving Amazon Business”, went #1 on Amazon in 6 countries. Over a 25 year career, Adam has started 21 different companies across a range of business sectors. In 2005, he co-founded one of the first crowd-funding platforms in the world, which raised over one hundred million dollars for startups before taking it public in 2008. In 2011, he moved to the US and started a small animation company in Hollywood, California. The business quickly grew to doing over 400 animation projects a year for some of America's top companies including Cisco, Volvo, Canon, the World Bank, UNICEF, McDonalds and Mastercard. He sold that business is 2015 and returned to Australia. Today, Adam owns 4 separate companies around the Amazon ecosystem. He began teaching others to sell on Amazon in 2015 and since then, his students have generated more than five hundred million dollars in sales, making his course one of the most successful in the world when measured by student earnings. His Amazon training events have been attended by thousands of people from more than 40 countries, and have included keynote speeches by thought leaders such as former Australian Prime Minister, John Howard. Adam has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Inc Magazine, Newsweek and has appeared on NBC, ABC, Sky Business News, Fox and Times Square Today. He’s also been interviewed on Focus TV, the Brian Tracy show, Moving America Forward with William Shatner and he has co-authored a book with US broadcasting legend, Larry King. In 2017, Adam was invited to speak at the United Nations in New York City, where he addressed business leaders about social entrepreneurship and how his companies have made giving a core value from day 1. To date, Adam’s company’s have made almost 10,000 interest-free loans to entrepreneurs in 3rd world countries. In addition, they’ve funded free eye surgeries for thousands of blind people in Indonesia and they recently gave $265,000 to purchase a new mobile eye-surgery clinic which is expected to facilitate more than 50,000 surgeries during its life span. New Episodes Weekly: <a href="https://www.bossed2boss.com">Bossed2Boss.com</a>
In this episode, Miro talks about the ability these days to be productive and profitable even while working remotely, the land of opportunity, finding the American dream. Check out new episodes weekly: https://www.bossed2boss.com Thanks to our sponsor: KNucks 3-in-1 Refresher Spray https://www.myknucks.com
Martin Rutte, a dynamic international speaker, and consultant, is president of Livelihood, a management consulting firm, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The company's areas of service include: strategic vision, corporate spirit, performance management, facilitated dialogue, and creative leadership. He is co-author of The New York Times Business Bestseller, Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work, translated into 24 languages with sales over 1.1 million worldwide. Martin’s pioneering work on spirituality in the workplace was featured in an address he gave to The World Bank which was shown in part on the ABC-TV special, Creativity: Touching the Divine. Martin was also co-founder and Chair of the Board of the Centre for Spirituality and the Workplace, Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Canada. Articles on his innovative work have appeared in: The New York Times, The Miami Herald, The Wall Street Journal, South China Morning Post, Personnel Journal, US News and World Report, The Toronto Star and The Boston Globe. For over 25 years he has been exploring peoples' vision for the kind of world they deeply long for. His newest book is Project Heaven on Earth: The 3 simple questions that will help you change the world … easily. He sees co-creating Heaven on Earth as the new story of what it means to be a human and what it means to be Humanity.
In this episode, Miro talks about how an entire business can be run with no pants on… Really though.. Most of what it takes to keep things running can be handled from home digitally. You can be on the beach, on a plane, or outer space.. you can do things wherever you want. It’s your call.
In this episode, Miro talks with Adriaan Zimmerman, Co-Founder of "Ned" a CBD wellness company. Adriaan is a serial entrepreneur and brand-builder. He was a founding Partner of BroBible.com, a popular men’s lifestyle and entertainment brand that grew to over 15 million readers per month. After BroBible was acquired by Uproxx Media, Adriaan assumed the post of Executive Director of The LADbible Group in the UK, the 4th most viewed global Media and Entertainment property in the world, where he had sat as an advisor since its inception. He's an avid traveler, photographer and writer, gaining recognition for his writings around his experiences with burning out and stepping away from the rat race.
In this episode, Miro explains why we do this thing even during the times when it isn't making us rich. Why is it important for us to podcast and interview cool people, and tell stories to strangers. Also, what happens when you put hard work into something consistently over time and why that's more valuable than anything. We want to thank out sponsor: Knucks 3 in 1 Refresher Spray for Men. https://www.myknucks.com And thanks to Martin Rutte with "Project Heaven on Earth" for the intro. http://projectheavenonearth.com
In this episode, Miro talks with David Wood, CEO of "Play for Real" a consulting company that helps companies to improve performance and retention. But David dosent just help the corporate world. “Play for Real” is something we all get to define for ourselves. To David, it means living with even more truth, more daring, and more caring than he ever has before. The real question is….what will “Play for Real” mean to you? Even at your level of success, are you lacking one or more of the following: 1) A clear, compelling vision 2) A clear, practical plan 3) The focus and discipline to swiftly implement the plan 4) A clear understanding of who you truly are, and who you wish to become? David plays for real. A former Consulting Actuary to Fortune 100 companies – such as Sony Music, Proctor & Gamble, and Exxon – David left his cushy Park Avenue job 20 years ago to explore both the outer world, and his own inner world. David says: “When you’re 10,000 feet ABOVE the Himalayas hanging from a piece of cloth, you see life differently.” From his unique vantage point, David has now coached thousands of hours spanning 20 years and 12 countries around the globe.