Jamie Meloni and Kelly Wilson take to the radio airwaves each and every weekday morning from 7am to 9am on 1250WHNZ to bring you a show that highlights business owners, entrepreneurs, and people making a difference in the Tampa Bay Community. That Business Show is a business variety show that aims to inspire entrepreneurship and leadership through the stories and successes of others. Focusing on a positive message, That Business Show gives listeners an alternative to traditional terrestrial talk radio! To get on the program, visit www.tbsinterview.com!
By Jamie Meloni
The Course Creators Podcast, hosted by Sarah Cordiner provides action-packed, practical strategies to help you: profitably educate your marketplace create online and offline training courses set up and conduct online course marketing get more sales and enrollments on your courses building a successful education-based business deliver better teaching and training automations, hacks and systems for increasing your course profits and passive operation and much more.... This is the world’s leading resource for Edupreneurs and modern day Course Creators
By Sarah Cordiner
The Private Investigator Thought Experiment, a podcast encouraging innovation among private investigators. "The elephant in the room for everyone is…. What does the future hold for private investigators? Where are we going as a profession and as a business enterprise? Moreover, is the profession experiencing innovation and if so just what does this innovation look like and offer society at large?" -- Jeremy Lee Pennington, M.A., L.P.I.
By Jeremy Lee Pennington, M.A., L.P.I.
Jamie Meloni and Kelly Wilson take to the air each and every weekday morning from 7am to 9am to bring you a show that highlights business owners, entrepreneurs, and people making a difference in the business world. That Business Show is a business variety show that aims to inspire entrepreneurship and leadership through the stories and successes of others. Focusing on a positive message, That Business Show gives listeners an alternative to traditional terrestrial talk radio!
Author Amar Vyas narrates chapters from his debut novel NRI:Now, Returned to India, which is the first book in the Amol Dixit Series. Moving back to India was the last thing on Amol Dixit's mind when he was leading a carefree life in Chicago. But one day, he found himself sleeping on the streets of Mumbai. Now, Returned to India, is a humorous account and a Back-To-Rags story. Every week, we will release one chapter of this book in Three languages- English, Hindi and Marathi. You can learn more about this book at myBook.to/NRI
By Amar Vyas
Digital PowWow with Kiruba and Amar is a podcast that discusses the trends, tools, and techniques for digital and social media. Our goal is to help your business use social media and digital marketing effectively. Each week, we discuss how digital marketing and social media can help you, the practitioner of this trade, in creating a positive impact on your business. We cover topics such as Quora, Instagram, Blog, and of course, Podcasts. Digital Powwow is a discussion based show, though occasionally we also interview guests such as Kyra Reed (Co-Founder of MTO Agency) who bring their rich experience and unique perspectives.
By Kamakshi Media
MyKitaab is a podcast that will help you to publish and market your book. Our mission is to help answer the question “I have written a book, how do I get it published in India?” We talk about book writing and publishing, audiobooks, translations, productivity, book marketing, social media for authors and ebooks. In each episode, your Host Amar Vyas interviews authors, editors, publishers and entrepreneurs in publishing. He also brings news and analyzes trends related to Indian book publishing. Guests on this show include authorpreneur Joanna Penn, entrepreneurs Leonard Fernandes (Cinnamon Teal) and Mark Coker (Smashwords); Mark Lefebvre (Kobo), and Bestselling Authors, Karan Bajaj and Christopher Doyle.
By Amar Vyas
There is no “one way” to start and stay in the field of cyber security. Whether you involved from the military, law enforcement, consulting, or IT services, it doesn’t matter. There is no one path. Additionally, that type of diversity of professionals only makes the industry stronger. We all need to learn from each other and share our experiences. There is not one person who knows it all. Whether it is a technical problem or a career hurdle, there is someone else out there who has overcome that same obstacle. I have had countless discussions for years with other professionals online, at conferences, or over drinks, which have changed the way I think about cyber security. Sometimes, it was just enough to hear that I was not alone when mulling an opinion or thought. That is where this podcast comes in. | What if I could capture those moments and frank discussions? I want to share the stories from other cyber security leaders and influencers so everyone can learn from their respective journeys and challenges. Why did they take the path they did? Who were their mentors? How did they tackle some of the biggest career challenges? Where do they think the industry is going? By hearing how the industry leaders and influencers got to where they are and how they overcame some of the problems they faced, I hope to shed light on the path for other professionals. Also, the cyber security professionals I have come to know over the years are some of the funniest, intelligent, and most interesting people I have ever met. It has been very rewarding to get to know them want to share this experience with others. | So please join me as we meet the leaders and influencers in cyber security. I will discover what motivates them, explore their journey in cyber security, and discuss where they think the industry is going. Cyber Security Interviews will let listeners learn from the expert's stories and hear their opinions on what works (and doesn't) in cyber security.
By Douglas A. Brush