SPECIAL EPISODE: Nishita Tamuly is gently powering through with Kaitlin Maud-Moon

Have you ever felt like you hit the wall? How did you get through it when you know stopping isn’s a long term solution. Nishita Tamuly joins the show and talks about what’s she has discovered about intention as a powerful force for overcoming burnout. She’s joined by the one. The only. Kaitlin Maud-Moon (horn …

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SPECIAL EPISODE: Kaitlin Maud-Moon hosts Ezra Englebardt and Matt Rainone

How do the skills you learn in one industry set you up for future career success in another? Both Ezra Englebardt and Matt Rainone started inside ad agencies working on planning and strategy. Now, they’re both in house at CVS Health moving forward complex and occasionally sensitive comms efforts, using some of those same skills. …

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The art (and science) of the conversation with Brooke Sellas

Author Brooke Sellas (she’s still getting used to that descriptor) has been leading and measuring conversations for years. As CEO of B Squared Media, she’s developed a model for metrics that have meaning and help organizations understand what is happening and why. Instead of generic measures linked to ‘engagement’ she reports on a return on …

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Joey Camire on caring

Before all this talk of “quiet quitting,” Joey Camire noticed people just tapping out of their work and other responsibilities. He realized there was something big going on, something beyond apathy and approaching nihilism. With waves of bad news, how can we reach people to reengage them, and apply meaning where they may have lost …

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Sara Lobkovich isn’t afraid

The initial prompt for this conversation was “What would you accomplish at your job if you had no fear of losing it?” Sara Lobkovich is the perfect person to respond. She not only helps organizations identify and navigate positive change, but she’s been challenging her perception of fear in activities like climbing and motorcycling her …

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Asking Neil Sahota how artificial intelligence will displace thought workers

Chief Innovation Officer at UC Irvine and UN Advisor on AI, Neil Sahota, joins a lively discussion with host Adam Pierno on how AI is improving. Improving means getting smarter, but also carving out niches for applications. This wide ranging conversation touches on the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and thinking beyond automation. Neil shares examples of …

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Making a list with Joe Cole

Joe Cole joined me from his cross-country travel to share what he’s learned building a list of what agencies are serving the interests of oil and fossil fuel companies at Clean Creatives. He’s been rallying creative people–and others (that’s important) to bring that work into the light, and make it plain who is taking the …

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Signal repeater

What is your brand doing so customers are proud to show off your brand? When we make choices in the marketplace, we select on a number of factors. We consider features and compare one solution to another to make sure it meets the needs of the task. Assuming we believe the product or offering will …

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Nick Childs helps tell your story

Nick Childs is an incredible mind. Hear the episode at specific.substack.com/p/nick-childs-helps-tell-your-story Transcript of the episode here: Adam Pierno: Alright, welcome back to another episode of The Strategy Inside Everything. Today we are going to have an enlightening conversation I’m positive. Our guest today is Nick Childs he is co-founder of DIRT Research Technologies, and I …

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Zoe Scaman asks ‘Who’s really in control of this idea?’

Authors, actors, publishers and studios once served as the gatekeepers and influencers of entire generations of viewers, or consumers. With the ability to rate, or share feedback directly with creators, there’s been a tilt. The fans can influence the creation as much as the creation influences the fans. There are entire Q-sized conspiracy theories dedicated …

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