Wed, 30 October 2013
What could we learn from a creative entrepreneur who's looking at ways to inspire others to live to their highest potential?
No, you haven't tuned into the wrong podcast. It is something a bit different today as I talk with Paul Blais from Doubt the Doubts.
Paul also has some great experience selling and installing efficient lighting.
Paul's book recommendation is The Power of Habit.
Where to Find Paul Blais and Doubt the Doubts
Direct download: 52_Doubt_the_Doubts_with_Paul_Blais.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:05pm NZST
Tue, 8 October 2013
Damien Hochberg is the Operations Manager at Go Green Expo. I caught up with him to find out what the Expo's all about, who's exhibiting and who should attend.
I also wanted to know, why Damien felt the need to create the Go Green Expo.
If you're in Wellington this week, head along to the TSB Area. I'm going to be there, so come and say hello!
(Please note, views expressed in this show do not reflect the views of any past or present employer)
Direct download: 51_Whos_Going_to_the_Go_Green_Expo.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:36pm NZST
Fri, 4 October 2013
Why should all buildings designed for people, be designed by an architect, and how can architects be more influential?
Architects, like all building professionals, need to run a good business to be effective.
Mark R. LePage is an Entrepreneur Architect. He's passionate about the business of architecture, so much so that he writes, podcasts and coaches other architects how to run successful businesses.
I spokes with Mark about his journey, what makes his architectural practice, Fivecat Studio different, and the influence that architecture can have on people.
How much time do you spend finding out what your clients need or want?
Mark's book recommendation:
The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It
Direct download: 50_The_Business_of_Architecture_with_EntreArchitect_Mark_R_LePage.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:12am NZST