productivity startups

140 - The Case for Doing Things Differently (w/Josh Haynam)

140 - The Case for Doing Things Differently (w/Josh Haynam)

You’re about to give it all up...this is it. What will you do?

Josh Haynam, founder of the hugely successful tech company Interact, tells us all about how his small, struggling tech startup changed everything through simple routines. By making changes in his processes and how he and his team approached work, they finally busted through and started seeing results.

126 - Practical Ways to Make Small, Incremental Improvements

126 - Practical Ways to Make Small, Incremental Improvements

The show is back, and we have a new co-host!  We start this episode by talking about why incremental improvements are so important. It’s easy to get caught up what’s the latest and greatest fad in productivity, but in reality, it’s those small 1% improvements that end up moving the needle and creating real lasting improvements in productivity.

122 - The Gauntlet Throwing Hiatus - Is This the End? (Feat. Ralph & Carol Lynn Rivera)

122 - The Gauntlet Throwing Hiatus - Is This the End? (Feat. Ralph & Carol Lynn Rivera)

Is this the end of Make it Snappy?

I’ve been podcasting for over 18 months and this episode unpacks my lessons learned from the tremendous experience. We’re taking 90 days off to regroup and comeback stronger than ever, so what will this look like for The Make it Snappy Productivity Show?  Listen to find out...

121 - From Six Figures to Seven (and Vice Versa - w/Dave Mooring)

121 - From Six Figures to Seven (and Vice Versa - w/Dave Mooring)

If you’ve ever thought about what it takes to go from a 6 to 7-figure business…

It would help to have someone who’s been on the inside, of both sides, right? My guest this week, Dave Mooring has done just that. Dave and I dive into the mindset of both types of founders and his experience working over 18 years in marketing, management and customer service in the startup world.  

112 - Your Big Ideas with a Side of Pancakes (w/ Arseny Kostenko)

112 - Your Big Ideas with a Side of Pancakes (w/ Arseny Kostenko)

Maybe you have a big idea…maybe you need to turn your big idea into a plan and you don’t know how? 

My guest this week can help you…his name is Arseny Kostenko and not only is he a self-proclaimed pancake enthusiast...he’s also an expert in turning your big ideas into actionable steps. There are a lot of people out there, you may be one of them, who just don’t know how to put together action plans that work and Arseny not only helps put these plans together but he eliminates the WASTE in the plan.

111 - Growing Your Platform & Rockstar Days (w/ Dr. Rob Garcia)

111 - Growing Your Platform & Rockstar Days (w/ Dr. Rob Garcia)

So are you ready for some REAL accountability?  Why does accountability not work in the early stages of Entrepreneurship?

Because you need an employee and a boss and early stage Entrepreneurs who are solo have to be both so who holds who accountable?  

110 - What Should I Be Working On, Really? (with Jeff J Hunter)

110 - What Should I Be Working On, Really? (with Jeff J Hunter)

Have you ever felt a little stuck? Like you’re not working on the right things? If there’s ever been anyone I’ve known in my life who knows how to spend his time working on only the 10% of things that actually matter it’s Jeff J Hunter.  He’s the founder of the 9010 Life program, because it’s not 80/20 anymore, it’s actually 9010, where 90% of the things we do, we shouldn’t actually be doing…

108 - How to Leverage LIVE Events

108 - How to Leverage LIVE Events

How can you make the most out of a live event you’re attending? This episode is jam-packed with tips from the pros. It includes a snippets from my experience at the best live event I’ve ever attended, Podfest Multimedia Expo and my lessons learned not only from Podfest, but on how to deal with a storm of adversity the week before launching a product.

Are you ready for some REAL accountability? Why does accountability not work in the early stages of Entrepreneurship? Because you need an employee and a boss and early stage Entrepreneurs who are solo have to be both so who holds who accountable?