Ethical Marketing Service - The Thomas Green Podcast
#EquitySplits With Mike MoyerMy video is a bit imperfect due to my macbook dying (I needed to use a backup computer), but I thought Mike's content was more than enough to make up for it.Connect with Mike:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikemoyer/ https://mikemoyer.com/ https://slicingpie.com/ Connect with EMS: Need some help? http://ethicalmarketingservice.com Books: http://ethicalmarketingservice.com/book Want to be a guest? https://ethicalmarketingservice.com/guest/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EMS_Worthing Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ethicalmarketingservice Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-green-18655b97/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ethicalmarketingservice/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/emservice/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ethicalmarketingservice Pricing: https://ethicalmarketingservice.co.uk Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/EthicalMarketingService Apple Podcasts: https://www.ethicalmarketingservice.co.uk/apple Spotify: https://www.ethicalmarketingservice.co.uk/spotify Stitcher: https://www.ethicalmarketingservice.co.uk/stitcher Mike's Bio:Mike is the inventor of the Slicing Pie model for perfectly fair equity splits for early stage, bootstrapped startup companies and has worked with thousands of startups to establish partnership that are always fair, transparent and collaborative.He is a career entrepreneur and investor who has started and run companies in a variety of industries ranging from clothing manufacturing to marketing technology. Today he runs Slicing Pie, a SaaS company that helps startup founders create perfectly fair equity splits, and MosquitOasis that makes pop-up mosquito net tents for kids.He teaches entrepreneurship at Northwestern University and has held other faculty appointments at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and MIT. He has written eight books with a focus on business and entrepreneurship including The Slicing Pie Handbook.
Pitching is at the core of every campaign and marketers need to have their emotionally-charged pitch locked in. Mike Moyer, speaker, entrepreneurship teacher, founder of Fair and Square Ventures, and author of the famous book, Slicing Pie, shares with marketers that we need to care about our products to sell them.Connect with Mike at slicingpie.com or pitch.ninja Subscribe to the podcast email list at tnhines.com/stay-updatedSupport the show (https://pod.fan/themarketingstarter)
On today's episode, Andy sits down with entrepreneur and entrepreneurship professor, Mike Moyer. Mike's Slicing Pie formula is the key to making sure everyone in your new endeavor will get exactly what they deserve.Check out Slicing Pie:slicingpie.com
Slicing Pie: A Universal Solution To The Allocation And Recovery Of Equity, With Mike Moyer
Are you setting up a Startup? Have you ever lost all your money or got an unfair share? Have you ever wondered how to put a value on ‘sweat equity’? Today we are pleased to share an interview with our host Roland Frasier and the author of The Slicing Pie Handbook, Mike Moyer. Mike is a serial entrepreneur who wrote this incredible book and blueprint for Fairness in business equity deals! “Our share of winning should be based on our share of the bets”. Mike Moyer If you love this show and it helps you with your business(es), head over to our home page https://businesslunchpodcast.com/ and sign-up for our memos. It would also really help us get the word out if you would subscribe and write a review on ApplePodcasts. “It kind of revealed itself to me that you can’t base equity splits on future events because you can’t predict the future. When you try to do that, you get it wrong”. Mike Moyer. Listen Today For The background that premised his closer look at Fairness in business, his subsequent expertise, and this super helpful framework. “There aren’t multiple versions of Fairness, so I can’t change something and have it turn out fair. So like, if our dad gives us a cookie, the three of us, we’re going to split it a third, a third, a third, because we each paid equal amounts of nothing to get it. Okay? There’s no other way to do it. Now you could give me half or your share, but your generosity doesn’t make it "more fair". Right? And you should have decision-making rights over that third of the cookie.” Mike Moyer. Plus, What’s a dynamic split? “When you do equity splits on the outside of the venture, it’s comforting to know what you’re going to get. The problem is it’s always going to be the wrong number, right? But with a Dynamic split, you don’t know where you’re going to get, but you can rest assured that whatever you get, it’s going to be the right number. That’s a real difference”. Mike Moyer. How to deal with capital and intellectual property, as opposed to effort and labor. Why he doesn’t think stock options are a good idea. “People think you throw stock options at someone, and it’ll make up for bad management, that it will miraculously turn people into great employees, but I haven’t seen evidence of that. I haven’t seen research to support that either. I have seen research support as good, clear communication, clear goals, milestones, and clear vision”. Mike Moyer What to do when someone leaves or bails on a deal, but they want to be bought out. “And this is one of the most heartbreaking things when somebody kind of poops out at the beginning of the deal and they’re often the only one who ever makes any money”. Mike Moyer. The Most Common Mistakes In 'Fairness' 1) Equal Shares 2) Premature Evaluations 3) Time-based vesting “Every time we contribute to a startup, and we’re not paid a fair market rate for that cost contribution, it’s essentially a bet”. Mike Moyer And SO MUCH MORE. Find free resources AND connect with Mike. At SlicingPie.com The Slicing Pie Handbook on Audible Mentioned In Today's Episode Business Lunch with Roland Frasier is brought to you by Scalable Podcasts and we'd also like to thank our partner, Conversion Fanatics, for their support. Go to ConversionFanatics.com for a free proposal today and tell them we sent you - because traffic without conversions is just sad! Follow Roland Frasier On Facebook On Instagram Through his Website Follow Business Lunch Podcast On Twitter On YouTube Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Business Lunch with Roland Frasier? Have some feedback you’d like to share? Connect with us on ApplePodcasts and leave us an honest review! Your feedback will help us improve the show and connect us with more high flyers like you. Click to find us on Apple Podcasts and other podcast players.
#151: Mike Moyer on the Future of College Athletics
RUDIS Wrestling Podcast
On today’s episode of the RUDIS Wrestling Podcast, Matt Dernlan is joined by National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) Executive Director Mike Moyer. Dernlan and Moyer break down who the NWCA serves, how it is structured, and the ways in which it betters the sport of wrestling. Moyer provides an administrative point of view on how the Coronavirus has impact college athletics, as well as institutions in general. Moyer suggests a full restructuring of the institution of college athletics in order to preserve Olympic sporting programs and provides details of how the NWCA is working with other coaches associations in order to advocate for the preservation of Olympic sports as the NCAA prepares to make a decision which could lead to catastrophic cuts across all sports.
NWCA Executive Director Mike Moyer and Trackwrestling founder Justin Tritz - OTM606
On The Mat
NWCA Executive Director Mike Moyer and Trackwrestling founder Justin Tritz go On The MatMike Moyer, the Executive Director of the National Wrestling Coaches Association, will kick off Episode 606 of On The Mat with Kyle and Andy. The second guest is Trackwrestling founder Justin Tritz, who recently announced he was leaving the main part of the company to focus on some new technology avenues tied to wrestling. Join Andy Hamilton and Kyle Klingman as they talk to our guest and topics related to the recent happenings in and around wrestling.Show Segments0:25 - Ice Cream Cone Hamilton0:55 - Previewing the show with guest Justin Tritz & Mike Moyer1:05 - Dynasty Duals breakdowns6:30 - How the history shakes out and what would have happened with social media8:14 - Andy finds a few things interesting11:10 - Hawkeye Wrestling Club news21:20 - Mike Moyer Interview1:03:00 - Justin Tritz Interview
Legendary gaffer of Fargo, Risky Business, Breakfast Club, Steel Magnolias, Gilmore Girls, and more Mike Moyer joins us to share stories and advice from his 40+ years in the film industry. Mike and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss why gaffers should have theater experience, his lighting philosophy for different film genres, hilarious behind the scenes stories from some of the biggest films and tv shows in history, the impact that coronavirus has had on production, and so much more. Subscribe Now! What you will learn in this episode Coronavirus COVID-19 impact on production (02:38) Benefits of being in the union (08:14) Why it's valuable to work in theater (15:22) What the role of a gaffer is (17:00) How lighting equipment has changed over the years (19:59) Motivating colored light sources (30:34) How Mike lights a scene (35:04) Lighting for specific genres (48:04) The films Mike enjoyed working on (56:31) Breaking into the industry (01:08:53) And more! Go Creative Show is supported by: Post Lab - Stress free collaboration for Final Cut Pro Subscribe + Follow Go Creative Show Twitter Facebook Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play Podcasts iHeart Radio YouTube Follow Our Guests Mike Moyer’s IMDb Mike Moyer’s Instagram Follow Ben Consoli BC Media Productions BenConsoli.com Twitter Instagram Follow Matt Russell Gain Structure Sound Twitter
Slicing Pie: A Better Model For Splitting Equity in Early Stage Innovation w/Mike Moyer
Splitting equity can be a hard and emotional subject for innovators, and the models used for these splits can be unfair for the parties involved. What is the Slicing Pie model and how does it solve many of these equity issues? How does this model help entrepreneurs work through the emotional aspects of giving up equity share? What are the different types of contributors in a startup and how do they get compensated differently? In this episode, Managing Director at Fair and Square Ventures and creator of Slicing Pie, Mike Moyer talks about this new model, and how it helps innovators. Guest Bio- Mike Moyer is an entrepreneur, author, educator, Managing Director at Fair and Square Ventures and creator of Slicing Pie, an equity model for early stage bootstrapped startups. Mike is an entrepreneur who has founded numerous companies including Bananagraphics, a product development and merchandising company; Moondog, an outdoor clothing manufacturing company; Vicarious Communication, Inc, a marketing technology company for the medical industry; Cappex.com, a site that helps students find the right college; and College Peas, LLC which provides publications and consulting on a variety of topics including, college admissions, trade shows and job search.In addition to his experience as an entrepreneur he has held a number of senior-level marketing positions with companies that sell everything from vacuum cleaners to financial data services to motor home chassis to luxury wine. Mike teaches Entrepreneurship at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. For more information, visit https://slicingpie.com/.