The Thomas Green Podcast is focused on helping high performers and entrepreneurs with one topic front of mind: How to do better. If you think you are capable of more personally or in business, this is the podcast for you.The Thomas Green Podcast is the official podcast of Ethical Marketing Service, a digital marketing agency with a very worthwhile social cause.
In this episode, I speak with Bryan Rutberg on how to demonstrate love, understanding, and appreciation to their customers as a clear path to deeper loyalty, greater market share, and way more fun for everyone.
★ Bryan's Bio: ★
Bryan, founder and president of 3C Communications, guides and inspires leaders and their organizations to develop better communications skills, including public speaking, to build stronger relationships...
In this episode, I speak with Sam Thiara on how he answers the question, who are you? We talk about his 5 elements, his amazing trip to India to find his roots and also his TedX speaking experience.
★ Sam's Bio: ★
Sam Thiara is a professional who has created a personal journey as a storyteller, writer, workshop facilitator, problem solver, educator and entrepreneur. His goal is to engage individuals in their personal and profes...
In this episode, I speak with Sean Castrina on the topic of losing his dream job, the implementation of a new business idea, scaling a service based business and why everyone should think like an entrepreneur.
★ Sean's Bio: ★
Sean Castrina is the founder of The Weekend MBA, a serial entrepreneur, having started more than 20 companies over the last 20 years, and still seeks to launch a new venture annually. He is the author of 4...
In this episode, I speak with Matthew Davis on the topic of his book, the art of preventing stupid. In the book Matt shows readers how to make smart, meaningful changes that successfully grow their companies.
★ Matthew's Bio: ★
Matthew Neill Davis is an attorney and entrepreneur that led his solely owned firm, Davis Business Law, through over 1000% percent growth over six years, making it one of very rare law firms ever to make ...
In this episode, I speak with Cat Stancik on the topic of action deficit disorder, productivity, no pressure sales, podcasting and what success means to her.
★ Cat's Bio: ★
Cat Stancik is a marketing strategist, mother of 3, podcast host, and founder of the Action Incubator. She helps her clients create firework experiences that drive more business and close in 2 sales. She is anti-bro marketing pitch tactics and ALL for driving...
In this episode, I speak with Steven Rudolph on the topic of the multiple natures test I took. Steven went through the traits that influence the way you act, and what comes easy or more difficult to you.
★ Steven's Bio: ★
In 1989, while pursuing a career in music in New York, Steven Rudolph took up a part-time teaching job to make ends meet. In his first class he had an epiphany: that he had an innate capacity to teach. Though h...
In this episode, I speak with Matt Le Tissier on the topic of talent vs. hard work, enjoying the journey, positive visualisation, criticism and what success means to him.
★ Matt's Bio: ★
Matthew Paul Le Tissier is a former professional footballer. Born in Guernsey, he won eight caps for the England national team.
Le Tissier spent his entire professional club career with Southampton before turning to non-League football in 2002; h...
In this episode, I speak with Gail Doby on the topic of common business problems, fear of failure, fear of success and her hiring expertise.
★ Gail's Bio: ★
Gail Doby is co-founder of Gail Doby Coaching & Consulting, a firm that has helped designers, architects, and other creatives
increase their profitability by up to 512 percent. As the firm’s Chief Vision Officer, Doby does more than help her clients wrangle
decimals on a ...
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Grant Tate on the topic of his new book "Hand on the Shoulder". We discuss how Grant found his purpose, how you can find yours and how this applies to a business.
★ Grant's Bio: ★
Grant is a servant leader, transformational coach, and business consultant who helps people learn how to thrive in our chaotic world. He challenges leaders and emerging professionals to answer the questions: W...
In this episode, I speak with Raúl Galera on the topic of referral marketing. How it works, what it looks like, how you can stay genuine in the process, and what success means to him.
★ Raúl's Bio: ★
Before joining ReferralCandy, Raúl was working in sales and business development for a company selling recruitment services to startups.
While looking for a career change, he chanced upon ReferralCandy and what got him interested w...
In this episode, I speak with Julian Chapman on the topic of his new book "The Managerial Leadership Journey", we also covered his military experience, the promotion of the book and what success means to him.
★ Julian's Bio: ★
Julian Chapman has over three decades of experience engaging teams and organizations, from small groups to thousands of employees, building their leadership capability. His leadership knowledge is ...
In this episode, I speak with John Strisower on the topic of why he started his business, what business you could start if you were interested in this field, the impact Elon Musk has had and the advice he would give from being an entrepreneur for 35 years.
★ John's Bio: ★
John is the founder and CEO of Kilows, the ultra-fast charging station that will put powerful EV charging stations across the country.
As a serial entrepreneur ...
In this episode, I speak with Adrian Moreno on the topic of how to become aware of your beliefs and ways to change your beliefs about reality. We start with a great speech about 5 year old Adrian and his desire to become successful.
★ Adrian's Bio: ★
Adrian Moreno began his career inside the health & fitness space while also gaining unparalleled experience with hypnosis & NLP, establishing himself as a respected transfor...
In this episode, I speak with Merit Kahn on the topic of open mindedness, re-deciding, possibility-itis and the 3 types of mindsets.
★ Merit's Bio: ★
CEO of SELLect Sales Development.
Sales & Business Development expert.
Certified Emotional Intelligence expert.
Certified Speaking Professional.
Entrepreneur since 1998.
Writer, producer and performer of a one-woman inspiring comedy show.
Single mom of ...
In this episode, I speak with Oren Schauble on the topic of product development, common misconceptions, product marketing and the supply chain.
★ Oren's Bio: ★
Oren is a serial entrepreneur and builder. He served for years as president of Unrivaled Brands, a public west coast cannabis MSO.
He is a founding partner of Guinn Partners, a successful high-tech product development agency in Austin, TX. He served in leadership and advis...
In this episode, I speak with Kevin Kepple on the topic of becoming the hero of your journey, how to determine what you want in life and how to implement generosity into your business.
★ Kevin's Bio: ★
Kevin Kepple lives in Texas with his amazing family. When he's not with them he loves to read, workout, and spend time in nature with Frank his dog.
Kevin also works with business owners and executives to help them create clari...
In this episode, I speak with Michael Grace on the topic of if businesses are making the most of tech, the conflict between processes and staying ahead of the curve and the sentiment towards technology.
★ Michael's Bio: ★
Michael Grace is an innovative technology leader who speaks about how businesses can achieve a transformation by leveraging technology. Several companies have called him a “unicorn” due to his ability to unde...
In this episode, I speak with Elinor Moshe on the topic of ambition, being a maximalist, misconceptions about the construction industry and becoming an author.
★ Elinor's Bio: ★
Elinor Moshe is an ambitious and driven thought leader, best-selling author, podcast host and businesswoman disrupting the construction industry. She’s the founder of The Construction Coach; Australia’s first construction coach. As the podcast host of Co...
In this episode, I speak with Nicky Billou on the topic of entrepreneurship, differentiation in the marketplace, his story and how to avoid the charlatan marketer.
★ Nicky's Bio: ★
Nicky Billou is the #1 International Best Selling Author of the book: Finish Line ThinkingTM: How to Think and Win Like a Champion, The Thought Leader’s Journey: A Fable of Life, and The Power Of Connecting: How To Activate Profitable Relationships B...
In this episode, I speak with Gordon Graham on the topic of his new book "The Intrepid Brotherhood", what might be perceived as a case study in toxic leadership. We cover what the toxic leader did, how it effected the company and what Gordon would say to him if he had the chance.
★ Gordon's Bio: ★
Gordon Graham is a former information technology professional with over 30 years of experience in the electric utility indust...
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