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Michael Eagle

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020: Michael Eagle - Rhythm Monster

Droning On

Michael Eagle is co-founder and Main Monster at Rhythm Monster, (among other projects).  Eagle joins the podcast today to talk about the value of tradition balanced with the value of innovation; the challenges pipe bands face with recruiting and retaining players as well as bringing-in revenue; and of course: the massive and inventive online learning resource, Rhythm Monster.  Tune in to this episode to hear Michael say, "brevity is not my strong suit..." before sticking around with me for over an hour and never running short on great things to say! . . . And now, some keywords: Bagpipes, bagpipe, bag, pipe, pipes, pipe, band, pipeband, drums, drumming, rhythm, bass, tenor, snare, Scottish, festival, Highland, games, WUSPBA

59mins

23 Jan 2021

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035 - Visionary and Integrator Speak on How They Need Both for Their Organization to Soar - Michael Eagle and Kirk Potter Interview

Win Win - An Entrepreneurial Community

We learn from our two guests today how having the right Visionary and Integrator at the head of your leadership team gives you the rocket fuel (to use the phrase coined by Mark C. Winters) to go to the stars, and how smaller startups can find the right Integrator.Our two guests, Michael Eagle and Kirk Potter, make up the Visionary/Integrator dynamic duo at Rhythm Monster (www.Rhythm-Monster.com), a platform dedicated to teaching Scottish Pipe Band drumming online.In the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) (EOS Worldwide) framework for growing a business successfully that I help my clients implement, the two roles at the top that give any organization the "rocket fuel" it needs to go to the stars, are the Visionary (often the CEO) and the Integrator (often the COO or General Manager).In this episode, we learn from a Visionary and an integrator, *together* what they consider to be their own strengths and weaknesses and specifically how the other's strengths complement their own skills to super-charge their business - i.e., how the whole they create together is far greater than the sum of the parts.We also cover how Rhythm Monster solved the classic Catch-22 dilemma: you can't scale successfully without an Integrator and you can't afford an Integrator till after you've successfully scaled.

48mins

26 Feb 2020

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035 - Visionary and Integrator Speak on How They Need Both for Their Organization to Soar - Michael Eagle and Kirk Potter Interview

Win Win - An Entrepreneurial Community

We learn from our two guests today how having the right Visionary and Integrator at the head of your leadership team gives you the rocket fuel (to use the phrase coined by Mark C. Winters) to go to the stars, and how smaller startups can find the right Integrator.Our two guests, Michael Eagle and Kirk Potter, make up the Visionary/Integrator dynamic duo at Rhythm Monster (www.Rhythm-Monster.com), a platform dedicated to teaching Scottish Pipe Band drumming online.In the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) (EOS Worldwide) framework for growing a business successfully that I help my clients implement, the two roles at the top that give any organization the "rocket fuel" it needs to go to the stars, are the Visionary (often the CEO) and the Integrator (often the COO or General Manager).In this episode, we learn from a Visionary and an integrator, *together* what they consider to be their own strengths and weaknesses and specifically how the other's strengths complement their own skills to super-charge their business - i.e., how the whole they create together is far greater than the sum of the parts.We also cover how Rhythm Monster solved the classic Catch-22 dilemma: you can't scale successfully without an Integrator and you can't afford an Integrator till after you've successfully scaled.

48mins

26 Feb 2020

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035 - Visionary and Integrator Speak on How They Need Both for Their Organization to Soar - Michael Eagle and Kirk Potter Interview

Win Win - An Entrepreneurial Community

We learn from our two guests today how having the right Visionary and Integrator at the head of your leadership team gives you the rocket fuel (to use the phrase coined by Mark C. Winters) to go to the stars, and how smaller startups can find the right Integrator.Our two guests, Michael Eagle and Kirk Potter, make up the Visionary/Integrator dynamic duo at Rhythm Monster (www.Rhythm-Monster.com), a platform dedicated to teaching Scottish Pipe Band drumming online.In the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) (EOS Worldwide) framework for growing a business successfully that I help my clients implement, the two roles at the top that give any organization the "rocket fuel" it needs to go to the stars, are the Visionary (often the CEO) and the Integrator (often the COO or General Manager).In this episode, we learn from a Visionary and an integrator, *together* what they consider to be their own strengths and weaknesses and specifically how the other's strengths complement their own skills to super-charge their business - i.e., how the whole they create together is far greater than the sum of the parts.We also cover how Rhythm Monster solved the classic Catch-22 dilemma: you can't scale successfully without an Integrator and you can't afford an Integrator till after you've successfully scaled.

48mins

26 Feb 2020

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035 - Visionary and Integrator Speak on How They Need Both for Their Organization to Soar - Michael Eagle and Kirk Potter Interview

Win Win - An Entrepreneurial Community

We learn from our two guests today how having the right Visionary and Integrator at the head of your leadership team gives you the rocket fuel (to use the phrase coined by Mark C. Winters) to go to the stars, and how smaller startups can find the right Integrator.Our two guests, Michael Eagle and Kirk Potter, make up the Visionary/Integrator dynamic duo at Rhythm Monster (www.Rhythm-Monster.com), a platform dedicated to teaching Scottish Pipe Band drumming online.In the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) (EOS Worldwide) framework for growing a business successfully that I help my clients implement, the two roles at the top that give any organization the "rocket fuel" it needs to go to the stars, are the Visionary (often the CEO) and the Integrator (often the COO or General Manager).In this episode, we learn from a Visionary and an integrator, *together* what they consider to be their own strengths and weaknesses and specifically how the other's strengths complement their own skills to super-charge their business - i.e., how the whole they create together is far greater than the sum of the parts.We also cover how Rhythm Monster solved the classic Catch-22 dilemma: you can't scale successfully without an Integrator and you can't afford an Integrator till after you've successfully scaled.

48mins

26 Feb 2020

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084 - Michael Eagle with Philipp Rütsche and Philipp Meyer

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82 episodes after his first appearance, Michael Eagle returns for another episode all about drumming on the other side of the world.  This time he's in Switzerland, immersing himself in the techniques and styles of traditional Swiss drumming. With him are Philipp Rütsche, Drummajor for the Swiss Central Army Band, and Philipp Meyer (not pictured), 2017 Bazel drumming Solo Champion performer.Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element 0:00 Intro and Hello, Philipp Rutsche5:05 Basel Drumming, style and distinctions14:15 Classical style and marching style in Switzerland18:50 Philipp Rutsche on Basel Drumming21:30 Basel Tattoo?25:00 "Swiss Army Triplet"27:33 Philipp Meyer - Fasnacht, Cliques, guilds42:05 How to learn this style and the benefit?

28 Dec 2017