David and Justin discuss chapter 4 of David’s upcoming book which is all about the role digital connection has played in making business less hiearchical and more agile.
In this episode, Justin sits down with serial entrepreneur, Jason Mitzo. They talk about what it’s like to create a tech startup in the Bold North and the importance of attention in today’s business environment.
David and Justin chat with Airborne Athletics CEO, Doug Campbell, and discuss how sports is a metaphor for life and business and how interconnection and values play a vital role in his business.
In this episode, David and Justin sit down with Mike Sime, CEO and co-owner of Rapid Packaging. They discuss the importance of employees in delivering a solid customer experience, the importance of corporate values, and how interconnection plays a role in his business.
Tom Kubinski is far from your typical print consultant. He’s an author, 18-years sober, and two-time stage 4 throat cancer survivor. He also knows his way around a print shop. In this episode, Justin and David sit down with Tom to talk about business, life, and doing both with purpose.
Clarence Bethea, the founder and CEO of Upsie, is one of those inspirational founders that seems to be on another level than most attain. David and Justin sit down with the founder of the “product warranty killer” and talk about Clarence’s unique journey to today, the problem they’re solving at Upsie, and what it’s like to be the founder of a tech company in the midwest.
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