Clubhouse Clubs | Randi Zuckerberg If you're on Clubhouse, I'm sure you've heard of the Club feature recently just opened up to everyone! People are definitely buzzing about the new aspect of starting a club in this fast-growing audio chat app. In this episode, learn how to leverage clubs in Clubhouse and know when to start one if you are looking for business success and building your personal brand. Or think about if YOU should really start a Club, is it for you? Key takeaways: ✅ Understand that if you're going to start a club, you need to make sure that it's vibrant and bustling. If you went to an actual conference and all of the rooms were empty, except for one room, that's probably NOT a conference you would want to go to, right? ✅ How much time do you want to commit to this app? Are you consistent? If you don't have the time, the energy, or the bandwidth to do that, don't start a club, and leverage other communities that resonate. ✅ Think about the audience you're serving and the overall mission in impacting and inspiring other people with your content. Joining other people's clubs allows you to help share-worthy causes and create an experience for other people too. ✅ It takes a lot of work to build a community from scratch. It might be worth it for some businesses to do that. Still, for most of us, you're much better off leveraging someone else's community by joining other people's clubs. It is just like being a keynote speaker, it is much easier to go speak at someone else's event than put on your own, there is so much time, thought, money, and effort that goes into hosting your own event. I know this very well, especially after hosting seven big events now! About Randi: Randi likes to call herself "a professional mom to entrepreneurs." She believes in the importance of nurturing startups and entrepreneurs. As a woman in business, she believes that we need more female and diverse founders to shift the world. Connect with Randi - This is a must! Clubhouse: Follow @randi & join her Clubhouse clubs below Likable Business and Behind the Curtain Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/randizuckerberg/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/randizuckerberg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/randizberg Twitter: https://twitter.com/randizuckerberg
Get to know Randi Zuckerberg, who narrated the story of computer programmer Grace Hopper. Randi, one of the early employees at Facebook, is the best selling author of four books, and producer of multiple television shows and theater productions to help kids have “aha moments” about technology. She tells us why it’s important to have even more girls getting into STEM fields, and what it takes for girls to make it in the tech world.
In this episode, the Queen of Code! Navy Rear Admiral Grace Hopper was the third-ever programmer for the world’s first programmable computer, the Mark I. Through her years of service to the U.S. Navy and private business, including during World War II, Grace helped push the boundaries of the new computer industry by developing key innovations in computer programming. Known today as Amazing Grace, the Grandmother of Programming, and the Queen of Code, Grace’s contributions to computing continue to shape the way computers operate around the globe.About the NarratorRandi Zuckerberg likes to call herself “a professional mom to entrepreneurs”. She currently works with more than 20 early and mid stage companies as an advisor, investor, or board director, the vast majority started and run by female founders. Randi also has a passion for producing and creating media content that celebrates strong, smart women and girls. Through her company, Zuckerberg Media, she is the best selling author of four books, producer of multiple television shows and theater productions, and hosts a weekly radio show, Randi Zuckerberg Means Business, on SiriusXM. Randi has been recognized with an Emmy nomination, two Tony awards, a Drama Desk Award, and a Kidscreen Award. Prior to founding her own company, Randi was an early employee at Facebook, where she is best known for creating Facebook Live. CreditsThis podcast is a production of Rebel Girls. It’s based on the book series Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls. Executive Producers are Jes Wolfe and Katie Sprenger. This episode was produced by Isaac Kaplan-Woolner. Sound design and mixing by Luis Miranda. Corinne Peterson is our Production Manager. This episode was written by Alexis Stratton. Proofread by Ariana Rosas. It was narrated by Randi Zuckerberg, who you can learn more about in the next Get to Know episode. Original theme music was composed and performed by Elettra Bargiacchi. For more, visit Rebel Girls dot com. Until next time, stay rebel!
Golf. And How I Learned To Love The Game With My Dad with Randi Zuckerberg and Edward Zuckerberg, Ep. 22
Birdie Dads: A Golf Podcast For Dads
Randi Zuckerberg & Dr. Edward Zuckerberg.Golf is hard. Despite our fears, it's a game anyone can enjoy. What if I suck? What if people look at me? Can I play in a group of strangers? How can my whole family play? Randi shares her story of golf - why she picked up the game, and how her dad played a key role in learning the game. If you have ever considered learning the game, or asking why someone might be scared to try: this interview covers it all. If you like this episode be sure to listen to our episode with Dr. Megan Cannon about Sports Psychology and Performance.Are you ready to hit the course? The question I get all the time is how to swing faster. Anyone can golf. We'll prove it. If you need to build club speed and add consistency - use the golf swing tips to hit your irons farther.Do you like free golf stuff? Here is what we for you...Step by Step Guide to Creating Your Golf Pre Shot RoutinePrintable Golf Coloring Book for Kids (Animals Golfing)Golf Webinar - Speed, Power and Consistency30% off coupon on merchandiseRandi Zuckerberg LinksInstagramBook: Pick ThreeRandi's Twitter
When we look at our proudest accomplishments, our lives didn’t look well-balanced. They looked well-lopsided. In this episode, I interview Randi Zuckerberg, Founder & CEO at Zuckerberg Media, about living a lopsided life with her “pick 3” philosophy. What we talked about: - Being excellent at a few things is better than trying to do everything - How COVID-19 has changed our relationship with technology - Company leaders need authenticity even more than a clear mission Check out the full podcast with Randi Zuckerberg by clicking here. If you don’t use Apple Podcasts as your audio player, you can also find every episode at this link.
In an increasingly demanding world, we’ve been told that we can do everything—maintain friendships, devote ourselves to work, spend time with family, stay fit, and get enough sleep. Today’s author encourages us to come to grips with the fact that we can’t do it all – at least not every day. Join Joe & Mike as they challenge the unrealistic burden of being balanced and learn what it means to be well-lopsided instead. Links Support the Show Keychron K8 Das Keyboard Das Keyboard 5Q Bookworm #101: Never Split the Difference The Power of Negotiation | Masterclass The Art of Storytelling | Masterclass @bookwormfm | Twitch Pick 3 by Randi Zuckerberg Sleep Cycle AutoSleep Focused Toastmasters Bookworm #26: The Sleep Revolution Bookworm #96: Triggers Daily Questions in Roam Research Bookworm #64: Digital Minimalism Bookworm #97: Reclaiming Conversation Bookworm #35: The Art of Asking Bookworm #5: Essentialism Bookworm #63: Atomic Habits Bookworm #100: Rating Adjustments & Trivia Bookworm #60: The One Thing How to Be Everything by Emilie Wapnick The Minimalist Home by Joshua Becker Bookworm #6: The More of Less by Joshua Becker The Listening Book by W.A. Mathieu The Productivityist Podcast #334: Endless Curiosity with Derek Sivers Anything You Want by Derek Sivers Relay FM for St. Jude Twitch.tv/bookwormfm Join the Club Recommend a Book Book List Leave a Review Mike's Rating: 3.0Joe's Rating: 2.5
EP80: Randi Zuckerberg: On Technology and Living a "Well Lopsided Life"
Perfectly Mentored with Jason Portnoy
Randi Zuckerberg is an entrepreneur, investor, bestselling author, award-winning producer and founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media. As an early employee of Facebook and creator of Facebook Live, Randi has extensive experience in using technology to build and promote businesses and the challenges it brings. She hosts a weekly tech-business show on SiriusXM called “Randi Zuckerberg Means Business” and helps kids learn about science and technology through her tv show DOT. and website Sue’s Tech Kitchen (suestechkitchen.com).On this episode of the Perfectly Mentored Podcast, Randi and Jason talk about the relationship of technology with entrepreneurship and marketing. They also discuss tips on overcoming mental blocks and using the Pick Three Mentality to increase productivity. They also touch on other topics like the growing technological divide and raising strong, empowered women in the digital age.Topics Covered: Who is Randi Zuckerberg? [00:14] What led Randi to transition from a Broadway actress to a thriving entrepreneur? [01:58] How her background in psychology helped her as a marketer? [05:04] What advice do you have for entrepreneurs who may have good jobs right now but want to jump off to entrepreneurship? [06:21] What were the early days of Facebook like? [08:22] Is technology bad for us or can it make the world a better place? [15:09] Randi talks about the broadening definition of entrepreneurship. [21:06] Randi talks about being well-lopsided as opposed to being well-balanced. [23:03] Randi talks about the Pick-Three Mentality and being excellent at three things at a time [24:09] How important is getting your name out there when it comes to building a successful business? [31:21] What advice do you have on raising strong empowered women? [35:18]Connect with Randi Zuckerberg Instagram Sue's Tech KitchenConnect with Jason Portnoy jportnoy.com InstagramLike the episode? Come visit us on Apple Podcasts - don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! We appreciate your feedback and would love for you to help spread the word!
#3 Randi Zuckerberg on 90% Failing and Cultivating Vulnerability
Plucking Up with Liz Bohannon
Today’s guest is entrepreneur and investor whose last name you might recognize, Randi Zuckerberg! Creating Facebook Live and winning two Tony Awards as producer of Hadestown and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! are among Randi’s many accomplishments. In this episode, Randi gets honest about her failed ventures after leaving Facebook. She’ll also talk to me about cultivating vulnerability, her unlikely journey in entrepreneurship and how she’s pursuing her calling to inspire the next generation of business leaders as CEO of Zuckerberg Media. -- Love the podcast? Rate and leave us a review! Follow Liz on Instagram: @lizbohannon @ssekodesigns This podcast is produced by Hueman Group Media. Follow us on @sincerelyhueman. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pluckingup/message
Do you find yourself thinking that you want to have and do it all in life: a career, relationship, kids, fitness, money, home? Randi Zuckerberg, my guest this week, certainly does it all — she’s an entrepreneur, investor, bestselling author, tech media personality, and occasional Broadway performer. Behind that impressive resumé is a woman who understands that you can do it all — but not all in one day or even one season of life. She believes you can do everything you want to do, but over a long period of time. After Harvard rejected her for the music program, Randi set aside her love of music to pursue a degree in psychology, followed by a career in technology, which ultimately led to her role as Director of Market Development at Facebook. Years after she thought she’d left music behind, Broadway came calling, and Randi lived her lifelong dream of performing.In this interview, Randi shares the philosophy behind “Pick Three,” and how she’s incorporated this idea when choosing what to focus on in her life. We discuss how to adopt a beginner’s mindset when trying new things, and not giving up on your dreams, even if the path to get there seems hidden.Show Notes- Growing up with a girls-can-do-anything mentality and oblivious to the glass ceiling.- Her early exposure to technology and how it impacts the work she does with girls today.- Why Randi ended up studying psychology despite her passion for music and performance.- The sobering shift from working in an ad agency with women in leadership to Silicon Valley.- The observations in Silicon Valley that made Randi aware of the glass ceiling at age 22.- Reaching out to female peers outside of the tech industry to create a network of support.- Giving her brother free digital marketing advice before being recruited by Facebook.- The dangers of online anonymity and why Randi feels so strongly about protecting kids.- How Randi’s music dream circled back to her when she got a call from a Broadway producer.- Bridging the worlds of arts, entertainment, and tech, and why it’s becoming increasingly important.- The pros and cons of having such a large spectrum of focus areas under Zuckerberg Media. - A willingness to learn and other strategies for becoming a fearless leader.- A brilliant—yet realistic—perspective on achieving a work-life balance in the long run.ReferencesRandi Zuckerberg on Twitter - https://twitter.com/randizuckerbergRandi Zuckerberg on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/randizuckerbergZuckerberg Media - https://www.zuckerbergmedia.comHarvard University - https://www.harvard.eduTina Turner - https://www.biography.com/musician/tina-turnerOgilvy - https://www.ogilvy.comPick Three - https://www.amazon.com/Pick-Three-Have-Just-Every/dp/006284282XBreak the Good Girl Myth - https://www.amazon.com/Break-Good-Girl-Myth-Purposeful-ebook/dp/B081NH1KJCMajo Molfino - http://majomolfino.comHEROINE (Podcast) - https://majomolfino.com/podcast
A Guide to Quarantine Citizenship with Randi Zuckerberg
Left to Our Own Devices with Erica Keswin
Erica and Randi discuss the rituals Randi’s (already) remote team uses to stay connected, and how they’re pivoting in COVID times. They also talk about her involvement in a new crowdfunding platform, PledgeCamp, and how it’s transparent, blockchain technology ensures that funders know exactly where their money is going. Randi’s one of those people who is so upbeat but real at the same time—she’ll leave you smiling and wanting to join her family’s bedtime dance parties. Please Subscribe, Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts You can also listen to the show on: Stitcher Overcast Google Spotify Resources: “I think so many of us as adults have very complicated feelings, professionally and personally about this lockdown, but I actually think our children might remember this as some of the best time of their lives.” – Randi Zuckerberg “A few weeks ago [my son] had never even opened a computer. And now it’s almost expected that in a few weeks, he’s learned perfect online etiquette and balance.” – Randi Zuckerberg “Our lives are full of rituals these days. On Friday night we eat dessert before dinner...it started several years ago—that’s how we decided to celebrate Shabbat. I wanted to find a way to have the kids look forward to the end of the week. Monday afternoon now, we call it ‘Garbage Lunch,’ and what I mean by that is, Tuesday mornings we get our Instacart deliveries so on Monday, I’ve got to get rid of everything that’s almost expiring in the fridge. The kids have no idea what they’re gonna get. They might get a piece of chocolate cake and yogurt and avocado. We laugh about it.” – Randi Zuckerberg BooksDot Complicated by Randi Zuckerberg Bring Your Human to Work by Erica Keswin Randi’s website Pledgecamp Erica’s website Text ‘human’ to 66866 to sign up for Erica’s newsletter where she shares how to honor relationships well and how to bring your human to work and life. Connect with Randi: Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Connect with Erica: Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Facebook