The VERY Visible Business Podcast with David Avrin

The VERY Visible Business Podcast with David Avrin

One of the most in-demand Marketing and Customer Experience Keynote Speakers in the world today, David Avrin delivers a profoundly insightful and hard-hitting message to business audience across North America and around the world. His message and timely lessons on competitive advantage have been enthusiastically received by audiences in: Singapore, Bangkok, Antwerp, Buenos Aires, Sri Lanka, Brisbane, Johannesburg, Manila, Bangalore, Rotterdam, Glasgow, Toronto, Monte Carlo, Melbourne, London, Aukland, Barcelona and Dubai. A former CEO group leader, and executive coach with Vistage international. the world’s largest chief executive organization, David has worked with thousands of CEOs and business leaders on their business brand and competitive advantages. David is the author of the celebrated: It’s Not Who You Know, It’s Who Knows You! (2014 Classified Press) and Visibility Marketing! (2016 Career Press). His newest book: Why Customer Leave (and How to win Them Back) will be released worldwide in April of 2019.... Show More

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December 18, 2019 46 min
Everything in the world is speaking to us, but Daniel Levin says that we have forgotten how to listen. For those who are encountering challenges with their businesses, you have to first understand why it is happening. Sometimes, in our frenzy to fix and solve, we miss the obvious answers. In this episode, I speak with Daniel Levin, the author of The Mosaic. He is a rare blend of businessman and mystic. In reality, Daniel is a wise ...
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There are trendy conversations happening around the subject of diversity and inclusion. But for every “hot” topic in the news media and around the watercooler, there are several other relevant and impactful ones being avoided. In this episode, I had a disarmingly revealing conversation with Jessica Pettitt, speaker and author of the book: Good Enough Now. Jessica debunks myths about men’s fear of engaging coworkers in private conve...
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There are champions not only in sports, but also in organizations. They are those who play the right way and stick with their teams, yet think differently to raise their game. In this episode, David Avrin speaks with Ross Bernstein, who has written 50 books about life and sports. Ross is an award-winning peak-performance business speaker who has keynoted conferences on all seven continents. Ross explains what the “Champion’s Code” ...
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“Your brand should punch people in the face!” says Kevin Neff. “Your brand should be able to speak for you when you’re not in the room. If it can’t, then you don’t have a compelling, memorable brand.” In this episode, we are with Kevin Neff, an award-winning Video Producer, Brand Creator, and Best-Selling Author. Kevin Neff is the founder of Kevin Makes Sense Media and the host of the ‘Kevin Neff’s Speaking of Success’™ television ...
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One of the challenges that leaders face is achieving some semblance of “message consistency” across the organization. Different roles create different perspectives and the company slogan only goes so far. Often times, the organization’s leaders simply assume that their people are all on the same page. These false assumptions can often create internal frustration and hinder the growth of the organization. In this episode of the Very...
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So, this is a touchy subject that shouldn’t be a touchy subject. Depending on your perspective, the subject of “respect” in the workplace has been either clouded or clarified by recent events in both the courts in the news. The truth is that cultivating a culture of respect is a smart business that not only protects you and your people but it also helps them to be more collaborative, productive and fosters loyalty. In this episode ...
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Despite the dramatic rise of technology and business automation, business is first and foremost, people-driven. And beneficial relationships begin with initiating an authentic conversation -- a challenge for more and more people.   In this episode of The Very Visible Business Podcast, David Avrin had the privilege of speaking with Debra Fine, the author of the bestselling book The Fine Art of Small Talk: How To Start a Conversation...
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In business, we can try to get to important tasks. We can make it a priority and we can even work it into our schedule. When we make promises, however, we make a commitment to ourselves and to those around us.  In this inspiring episode, David had the honor of speaking with Jason Hewlett. Jason helps leaders, employees, and companies stop setting goals and instead keep their promises to customers, each other, and themselves. If you...
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In this week’s episode, Jacob Tell, co-founder of Oniracom, shares his journey on how their company has helped national music artists navigate and adapt to the profound changes in digital marketing.   Advancements in technology have made a huge impact on business -- no more so than in the music industry. Artists used to make money selling their albums and tickets to shows. Easy access to digital downloads has forever altered the mu...
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The world is changing and how we work is changing as well. While artificial intelligence conjures images of robots working on an assembly line, today, AI involves shifting from mundane to far more complex tasks. The engine for a new generation of outsourcing to AI is big data. So, will we do with our time when it is freed-up from performing mundane tasks? We have more time for creativity and innovation of course. In this episode of...
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Shortcuts are human nature. With too many demands, choices, and information that we have to address every day, we get caught up in the short game. However, that doesn’t work when you want to achieve a rock-solid reputation in life and business. You have to do the hard work and do things that other people aren’t willing to do. In this episode, David Avrin got the chance to speak with his long-time friend, Hall of Fame Speaker and Ne...
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Much is discussed about the effect of influence in the workplace. Who owns it? Who wields it and how is it best delivered? In this insightful episode of The VERY Visible Business Podcast, Dr. Brian Smith shows how he found the “I” in team and how he helps business leaders point their people toward a common goal. In this fascinating conversation, Brian talks about how leaders must achieve balance in understanding the technical pro...
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If innovation is the key to future-proofing your organization, why do so many companies struggle with it? In this lively and thought-provoking interview, David Avrin talks with innovation expert Stephen Shapiro who offers surprising insights into what innovation really looks like and dispels common myths about who drives it, where it originates and how it can give you a leg-up on the competition. Well worth a listen! Learn more abo...
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With such a focus in recent years on high-priced advertising, too many companies are overlooking the power of word-of-mouth.   However, there are companies like The Cheesecake Factory and DoubleTree by Hilton that differentiate themselves from other brands and don’t spend big dollars on advertising. Why? It is because they understand how talk triggers work and they’ve turned their customers into volunteer marketers. Jay Baer is a 7...
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What does it take to be the person outside of the title you hold? In this episode, David Avrin speaks with Mikki Williams, CSP, Hall of Fame Speaker, a global celebrity speaker, and a transformational storyteller. Mikki says that you need to have the courage, confidence, and self-esteem to get to your authenticity and be able to make a real connection with your audience.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic...
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As the Chief Influence Officer at Influence PEOPLE, Brian Ahearn brings a lifetime of experience and study to the science and art of Influence. In this fascinating program, David and Brian discuss the differences between persuasion and influence and why it’s important to anyone in business. They discuss why getting someone to do what you want them to should never be the goal and why influential people have a leg up on others in wor...
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There is no one more synonymous with sales than the incomparable Jeffrey Gitomer. Author of the Little Red Book of Selling and the Little (insert color) of everything else, Larry has lived and breathed selling strategies for decades. The author of ongoing best-sellers and a humorous, tell-in-like-it-in style, Jeffrey is the sage under who’s feet millions have studied.  In this episode, we talk about what’s changed, what’s the same ...
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Larry Winget is known as the pit-bull of personal motivation. A six-time best-selling author and hall-of-fame speaker, Larry has built a career and world-class brand having pointed, and often uncomfortable conversation with audiences, leaders and readers about what it really takes to succeed. His no-holds-barred approach and unabashed style has made him one of the most sought-after speakers and coaches on the planet. If you are par...
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On this program, David Avrin has the privilege to speak with business icon Joe Calloway. The author of such books as “Becoming a Category of One,” and “Never by Chance” Joe shares deep learning from his decades of consulting, writing and speaking on what it takes to to stand out and be successful in a crowded marketplace. His focus today is on the leadership mindset and how successful leaders guide their organizations through these...
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On this program, David Avrin chats with longtime colleague and customer service master, Shep Hyken. Working with some of the most iconic businesses and organizations in the world, Shep helps them create an amazement culture where they deliver amazing experiences every day. A remarkable engaging man himself, Shep is phenomenal conversationalist and storyteller helping to demonstrate and model what he teaches.  The author of such gro...
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