At SquarePlanet, we believe insightful, impactful stories should be shared and celebrated. That’s why we created Square Stories, which takes a deep dive into what makes amazing individuals in business tick. The podcast very much follows the structure of its namesake — every episode covers four distinct sides of each guest. So come along for the ride as our founder and CEO Brian Burkhart gets the inside scoop about where our guests came from, where they are now, what they’ve learned along the way and what’s on the horizon.
Shashi Mudunuri, a self-proclaimed “start-up guy” and “adrenaline junkie” was built for the roller coaster ride of startups.
Alex has been a geek forever and he loves it! Writing his own game codes at 10 years old, Alex's mission has been to help people thrive at work by applying technology. His entrepreneurship is vast but always on the same path: technology matters.
Jay Steinfeld’s entrepreneurship started young, learning from his mother to do whatever, doing what needs to be done and stop the whining. From his high-school days selling custom t-shirts to Blinds.com, Jay Steinfeld always stayed curious which kept him innovating.
For Candi Luciano purposed driven brands are her jam. She found her grateful spirit during her journey of owning and selling her agency that has culminated with her becoming a “Vodkapreneur”.
Never give up, always do a little bit more than what is required of you, these mantras have pushed Clay Raterman, founder of Nadabot, to a walk-on for THE Ohio State football team and American Ninja Warrior. Listen as Clay lays out the road less traveled to entrepreneurship and the founding of Nadabot.
What do you get when you combine an Air Force Colonel with a nationally ranked boxer and a dean of a business school? Answer...just a few of the amazing ways to describe our guest today.
Rob, founder & CEO of Rise Up Coaching knows that when you are curious you learn, when you learn you build and when you build with intention you build authentically. In his first book, coming soon, 'The Social Soul, Mastering Your Personal and Professional Brand with Intentionality and Authenticity', Rob highlights the process for building your network across all platforms.
Jason Ferrara of Searchspring simplifies messaging providing direct value to the shopper and the ecommerce retailer.
LinkedIn, if you're in business you are on LinkedIn. Being on LinkedIn is far different from utilizing LinkedIn's capabilities to grow, promote and connect. Judi Hays, a LinkedIn expert, helps clients find their audience, make the connections and stand out from the crowd
Messaging; getting to the clear, consistent messaging is the mainstay for Jason Sieden of Brndstrm. Jason’s process guides companies to focus and find a path forward to success.
John Barrows never thought about a career in sales; Sales isn’t a career it is more of a way to raise money. Throughout his extensive sales career John discovered the sales experience has nothing to do with what you sell but how you sell.
Scott Kitun learned early on that having/adding value is how you became the cool kid. It will surprise you how Scott became the self-reliant adult that ALWAYS follows through on his word and commitment.
"Women In Tech, A Book For Guys” Eva Helen's upcoming book showcases her drive to bring the conversation between women and men together.
We have with us this week, the ultimate optimist - Joseph Shusterman of Bluemark. 11 years after starting Bluemark Joseph says the fun is just getting started. What started as a resource for promotional goods, Bluemark has evolved into a full service onboarding company whose goal is to free up their clients' time.
Dominic Vogel, Dom, is so much more than his profile, Founder & Chief Strategist, a whole lot more!! We learned the depth of Dom from all things cyber security to compassion, kindness and empathy. Through the gift of entrepreneurship Dom found out who he was meant to be!
Following a career working for others Walker McKay took the leap to entrepreneurship and started the No BS Sales School. His passion, showing founders, managers, and salespeople how to cut through their BS in order to be more successful and authentic while selling.
Abby Miller Levy has had quite a career with companies like OXO, Thrive and Soul Cycle. But her company, Primetime Partners grew from her work in the health and wellness sector and her passion around transforming the quality of living for older adults.
What do you want to do tonight? What do you want for dinner? Do you like this couch for the family room? Decisions, decisions, decisions, Cobble’s CEO and founder, Jordan Scott decided early on she wanted to help make those decisions effortless or at least less daunting. The ultimate decision is yours - We Cobble, Do You?
Jessica Schaefer’s passion is working with founders that want to solve really big problems; founders that want to bring access in the tech and investment world to more people. Honing her skills with Point72, Jessica started her own firm, Bevel PR, where she applies a pragmatic approach to public relations, really good narratives; “Don’t go to the media with every story”.
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It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.
Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.