A podcast that will take a deep dive into the traits, values, beliefs, and skills of all sorts of entrepreneurs to learn how to build a more ethical, inclusive, and resilient world
The podcast is based on my book, The Entrepreneur Ethos — How to Build a More Ethical, Inclusive, and Resilient Entrepreneur Community.
Episode 5: Now is the time — Mark ‘Ski’ Struczewski (“Mister Productivity”) helps entrepreneurs & executives get the right stuff done in a distracted world. In addition to being a productivity expert, Mark is a speaker, host of The Mark Struczewski Podcast and an online trainer.
Episode 4: Have a Routine — Leslie Watts, a certified story grid editor, and a former lawyer tells us the three things she tries to do every day to make her day more happy and productive. I spoke with Leslie in Nashville, where both of us were attending Story Grid for Nonfiction and launching her new book, What’s the Big Idea? , who she co-wrote with Shelley Sperry.
Episode 3: Be Persistent — Ravi Kurani, founder and president of Sutro Connect joins me from his office at FOCUS Innovation Studio to talk about safe water, aliens, coronavirus, and persistence. Well, I talk more about aliens then Ravi but we do find out why he’s no longer a rocket scientist.
Episode 2: Find Your Time Confetti with Grant Faulkner — Grant Faulkner, executive director of NaNoWriMo, joins me from the San Francisco Writers Conference to talk about how writing a novel in a month is a great metaphor for being a productive leader and artist.
Episode 1: Introduction — Author and entrepreneur Jarie Bolander gives an introduction to the podcast. He’ll explore why he wants to look at the traits, values, beliefs, and skills that all of us can learn from the entrepreneur community.