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956 Patrick Willis: Thriving with a Terminal Illness

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After a working lifetime going from nerdy engineer to financial services executive, Patrick Willis quit being a corporate drone to look for something better. Whilst working out how to put his business experience and coaching skills to better use, he found a bigger “why”: Imagine a busy, working person walking out of the doctor’s one…

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956 Patrick Willis: Thriving with a Terminal Illness

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After a working lifetime going from nerdy engineer to financial services executive, Patrick Willis quit being a corporate drone to look for something better. Whilst working out how to put his business experience and coaching skills to better use, he found a bigger “why”: Imagine a busy, working person walking out of the doctor’s one…

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955 Jill Raff: The Celebrity Customer Experience

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With over 30 years of customer experience, Jill Raff grew up working with her parents, owner/operators of McDonalds #150. She truly learned how to apply Ray Kroc’s customer service philosophy that permeates their over 37,800 stores. Jill followed her dream to be a Fashion Designer taking her to work in New York, Italy and Hong…

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954 Mahyar Rostami: Lead and Build Influence

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Mahyar Rostami is a US Military veteran and, for the last 11 years, he has trained leaders, government agencies, and teams to develop the character, trust, and vision required to build influence and achieve their organizational goals. Mahyar supports people with their most important relationship first (with themselves) while equipping them with exact strategies to…

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08/07/2019
Real, raw and insightful. Authentic stories from people who are in the trenches. The Nice Guys Podcast gives you actionable and compelling content that’ll help you on your journey of personal growth. I highly recommend putting this on your “must listen” list. Top 3 episodes to listen to 1.) Michael Houlihan 2.) Harry Campbell and 3.) Michelle Viallalobos

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Informative and entertaining

08/05/2019
Love the format for this show. It makes business podcasting fun with great guests and smart questions. Especially love the clever show intros!

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Fun and Informative

07/12/2019
Entertaining podcast with great guest and awesome information. I love the takeaways at the end of the show, highly recommend this podcast!

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Fun yet Insightful

06/11/2019
Gives many different views on entrepreneurship to help all types of founders. The podcast does a great job of being entertaining while also providing some really valuable insight from awesome guests. Highly recommend!

by lill! from United States

Your Dollars, Our Sense

05/22/2019
This is such a straightforward explanation of how to save and use money wisely! Love the intro where they breakdown the main reason why stuffing money in your mattress isn't a wise investment choice-you lose money because inflation continues to rise. Great explanation of the approach about where to put your first savable dollar instead of recommending an investment product outright. What works for younger people may not work for those closer to retirement. Thanks for asking the hard questions Nice Guys to get these simple and usable strategies!

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Promote publish profit

05/03/2019
I just read this book! They are doing a wonderful job of marketing their funnel! It was so nice to here the GREAT QUESTIONS that actaully allowed the reality of writing a book to come through! I am blown away at the quality of this podcast looking foward to hearing more... definately subscribed and will be following! Key take away .. writing the book is 1 step marketing the book is the part that matters!

by MelGreenough from Canada

Episode 874 - Anthony Franck - Funnel Away

05/02/2019
This episode was so good and helped me to understand funnels better - they are so confusing.

by Kelly D. - LA from United States

A wonderful show full of daily surprises

03/01/2019
Humor, honesty and insight make for my favorite shows. And the Nice Guys and their guests have all three of those in abundant supply. I met Doug a few years ago, when he was signing his book, Nice Guys Finish First. It’s incredible to see how both that idea and the community it has inspired have grown. As for the episode, “Somewhere in the Middle”: I loved Michele’s suggestion for providing takeaways at the end of the show. Also, having someone else on to listen to and discuss those ideas with.

by Zophielone from United States

A wonderful show full of daily surprises

03/01/2019
Humor, honesty and insight make for my favorite shows. And the Nice Guys and their guests have all three of those in abundant supply. I met Doug a few years ago, when he was signing his book, Nice Guys Finish First. It’s incredible to see how both that idea and the community it has inspired have grown. As for the episode, “Somewhere in the Middle”: I loved Michele’s suggestion for providing takeaways at the end of the show. Also, having someone else on to listen to and discuss those ideas with.

by Zophielone from United States

Honest conversations with important business lessons

03/01/2019
Keeping it real. Doug and Stickland do a fantastic job of sharing raw and real conversations about business, life and dreams. The wisdom packed conversations will leave you nodding your head as you take notes on important initiatives to add to your business to improve your quality of life and or your bottom line.

by Liv Healthy from Canada