Episode 8: Mark Levy: Your Big Sexy Business Idea

In this episode of The Manage Your Message Podcast, host Jim Karrh introduces his audience to Mark Levy. Mark is the founder of Levy Innovation, a consultation company focused on helping individuals and businesses with positioning and differentiation. Having assisted CEOs, performers, best-seller authors, and up-and-coming professionals to develop their platforms and increase revenue, Mark…

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Episode 6: Mike Brown: Fun and Effective Strategic Planning (Part I)

In this episode of The Manage Your Message Podcast, host Jim Karrh sits down to discuss the often frustrating topic of strategic planning with Mike Brown. Mike founded The Brainzooming Group to help lead organizations in creating strategic impact and outstanding results through innovative ideas. No one’s strategic planning process is destined to be a…

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Episode 5: Bill Boulding: The Next Generation of Business Leaders (Part II)

In this episode of the Manage Your Message podcast, host Jim Karrh continues his conversation with Dr. Bill Boulding, Dean of Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Bill has served as Dean since 2011, was named a Top Voice on LinkedIn in 2016, writes for Fortune and Harvard Business Review, and is frequently interviewed in…

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Episode 3: Chip Massey: High-Stakes Conversation Tips from a Hostage Negotiator (Part II)

In this episode of The Manage Your Message Podcast, host Jim Karrh continues his conversation about a very important topic for anyone with important customer or client relationships: navigating high-stakes conversations. This is a continuation of Jim’s discussion with former FBI hostage and crisis negotiator Chip Massey who speaks about the keys to de-escalating tough…

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