In this episode, Miro is on the road to Raleigh, NC recording on the fly. Some of the topics include how overwhelming things can get when you're going nonstop. Business is growing and its hard to take time to take breaks, but you must. Outsourcing some things is necessary sometimes.
In this episode, Miro talks about how things have gotten even busier than he could have imagined. The stress has been really putting his sanity to the test. Miro talks about how he's been dealing with the stress and some of the lessons he's learned. Most importantly, that if you push on under stress things seem to work out most of the time.
In this episode, Miro talks about the loss of a key employee recently. Someone that's been around nearly from the beginning of Hodgepodge decided to move on. Also, some awesome news, new cross-country jobs are on the books. And finally, the logo contest is wrapping up, so don't miss out. Enter your submissions before it's too late!
In this episode, Miro, Steve, and Cristina talk about the move to the new place using Hodgepodge, How social media is destroying and creating people at the same time, and the logo contest. Don't miss out, Miro offers a little extra on top for the contest so we can include everyone.
In this episode, Miro talks with Steve and Cristina of Intrinsic Marketing, the rest of the team behind the scenes for Bossed 2 Boss Podcast. We talk about our new website redesign coming soon, part of the redesign will include a new logo and WE WANT YOU TO DESIGN IT!.... Bossed 2 Boss is launching a LOGO DESIGN COMPETITON. The best logo entry gets a $100 Amazon Giftcard, a FREE 30-second video advertisement, Shoutouts on social media, and an exclusive interview on the show to promote your work. We want you to be part of the team! Enter the contest by emailing: Contest@bossed2boss.com
In this episode, Miro reflects on his first big argument with an employee, what he learned and how he handled the situation. Also how much more respect he has for people that work in the heat, and why. Finally, pushing his crew to the limit and finding how much can be done in the day at the current size of the organization.