Little Rock fans hear from Little Rock Head Women’s Basketball Coach Joe Foley first-hand as he previews the upcoming season and gives his thoughts on the decision to name the court at the Jack Stephens Center in his honor on the latest episode of the Big Talk on Little Rock Podcast. Host Trey Schaap is joined by Foley as they discuss his decision to keep continue his illustrious career and previews the program’s move to the Ohio Valley Conference. The Trojans’ head coach, now entering his 20th season at Little Rock, discusses how his coaching style has adjusted as the game has evolved. Foley details how his team has continually been able to schedule Power 5 opponents, on another challenging non-conference schedule set up for his team this year and gives insight on his newcomers and what he’s seen from them in practice so far. He then reacts to getting his name put on the court at the Jack Stephens Center and what his reaction was on how that court naming came about. Be sure to listen to the Big Talk on Little Rock Podcast and rate it through Apple Podcasts app, Spotify or wherever else you listen to your podcasts.
Joe Foley is an award winning cinematographer who has been working in the industry for over two decades. He has shot eighteen feature films including Killing Time that premiered at Sundance and Dogs: The Rise and Fall of an All Girl Bookie Joint that premiered at Rotterdam. The last two features he completed (The Understudy and Brief Reunion) had successful runs in New York and Los Angeles and are currently available online. In addition, Joe has shot music videos and concert films with Leonard Cohen and U2, Dinosaur Jr, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The National and many others. He has a BFA in Film from NYU, and an MFA in film from Columbia University, and he has gone on to share his experience by teaching filmmaking at NYU Singapore-Tisch Asia, Barnard College, SVA, Hunter College, The New School and the University of North Carolina-Wilmington. Find out more about him and his work at www.joefoleydp.com.
Direct Mail Marketing Mastery Featuring Brian Kurtz and Joe Foley - I Love Marketing Episode #438
I Love Marketing
How direct mail can give you a competitive advantage and make you a better marketer both offline AND online. If you’d like to join world-renowned Entrepreneurs at the next Genius Network Event or want to learn more about Genius Network, go to www.GeniusNetwork.com. Here’s a glance at what you’ll discover from Brian Kurtz and Joe Foley in this episode: Brian Kurtz shares the 101 on direct mail INCLUDING what it is, how it works, how it has changed, and WHY it works Joe Foley explains how physical content delivery like books, event boxes, and more can bring you more revenue Brian explains a secret of the most successful businesses online who have the most diversity in their market Why creating a physical version of your digital products could end up becoming a huge profit center for you Why Customers who engage with your business OFFLINE tend to have higher lifetime values as Customers How to better reach your prospects, WOW your Clients, and create raving fan Clients who stay Clients for life
Episode 25: Savannah Tournament Preview with Guest Co-Host Joe Foley
D3 Golf Guys
In this episode, we talk about some recent results and preview the HUGE tournament in Savannah with our very special guest co-host Joe Foley. Joe is a Gustavus Adolphus alum who current lives and works in Sea Island, GA. It's a great conversation, we hope you enjoy it.
Joe Foley discusses the upcoming season, previews Missouri State and gives his thoughts on coaching a game at Bud Walton Arena for the first time. He also discusses Krystan Vornes’ return, on Mayra Caicedo’s speed and improved shot and discusses the team’s non-conference schedule.
#39: Lessons From Printing & Shipping 5,000 - 20,000+ Products Per DAY, Leading A Team Of 120, & Working With Industry Giants w/ Joe Foley
There are 31.7 million small businesses in the US. After 10 years, around 33% of businesses survive. Today’s guest, Joe Foley, is the CEO of DISK.com, which has been in business for 37+ years.They currently have over 120 employees, ship anywhere from 5,000 - 20,000+ products PER DAY, and work with some of the biggest names out there in the information product business.And today, you and I get to learn some of the magic behind Joe’s success.
The Impact of a Strong Work Ethic with Joe Foley, CEO of Disk.com
Tiger Performance Podcast
Joe Foley is the Client Experience Officer (CEO) at Disk.com, a company focused on providing extensive printing, manufacturing, and fulfillment solutions to clients in various industries. Joe has been with Disk.com since 1990, and previously held the position of General Manager. Before working at Disk.com, Joe was the Vice President of Sales at Print Technology. In this episode… What impact does a strong work ethic have? Are commission-based sales roles worth it? How did a general manager move up the ladder and eventually become a CEO of the same company? Joe Foley’s here to tell you. Joe had humble beginnings in his career, working as a salesman for a printing company. Through meaningful connections and hard work, Joe was able to run up the ranks and eventually become CEO of Disk.com. Joe’s here to share his inspiring story and tell you how to maintain a strong work ethic while avoiding burnout. On this inspiring episode of the Tiger Performance Podcast, Steve Adams talks with the CEO of Disk.com, Joe Foley, about his journey to becoming a CEO. They discuss Disk.com’s constant pivoting to stay current, strategies to maintain a strong work ethic, why Joe loves helping others, and much more. You won’t want to miss this episode!
Learning To Stay Committed To Your Work And Slow Down To Enjoy Life - Joe Foley
The Real Stories Behind Success