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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bill Walsh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bill Walsh, often where they are interviewed.

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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bill Walsh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bill Walsh, often where they are interviewed.

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Bill Walsh Disruptive Innovation

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America's Small Business Expert® Bill Walsh joins host Denise Griffitts to discuss using the power of disruptive innovation to launch, grow and build a successful business and focus on the vision, mission, path & purpose while utilizing needed tools to generate new leads, sales, great partnerships and teams and how to survive & thrive in today’s global marketplace through the use of some of the most innovative marketing tools & systems.

Bill Walsh is a venture capitalist and is the CEO/Founder of the Success Education/Business Coaching & Speaker Training firm Powerteam International. Bill hosts and speaks at events all over the world and his passion is to empower entrepreneurs and business owners to create even greater success. He is the best-selling author of the book “The Obvious”, a trusted speaker, & radio personality.

He has been ranked for the last 5 years in a row by GURU Magazine as one of the Top 30 Business Coaches in the world and has been honored to lecture at Harvard University a time or two. Bill has spent the better part of 2 decades speaking to small and large groups from around the globe. He has also been working with start-ups to major global brands to help them increase sales, productivity and overall success. He is an innovator with a remarkable ability to help entrepreneurs. 

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Sep 14 2020 · 1hr
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One MANS Opinion: Episode 25 – The Bill Walsh Philosophy

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Another second hour of Jeff Mans’ award-winning fantasy sports show is LIVE here in podcast form!Today Jeff expands on the popular fantasy football “handcuffing” debate that took place on his SiriusXMshow while going back in time to reflect on how he adopted the Bill Walsh philosophy when it comes tofantasy sports. From having a gun to his head at a pool hall to dozens of keeper questions, this episodesprays to many different fields and answers so many questions in just an hour plus.

Aug 14 2020 · 1hr 15mins
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Dealing With A Highly Competitive Adversary - From Finding The Winning Edge By Bill Walsh

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On today's podcast, Keith Grabowski shares and comments on his favorite chapter of any coaching book, "Strategies and Tactics for Dealing with a Highly Competitive Adversary" from Finding the Winning Edge by Bill Walsh. Much of what Walsh talks about in the chapter is highly applicable to what every team in the country is facing as they prepare for the season in the midst of a pandemic.

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Jul 30 2020 · 32mins
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Episode 286 - NFL History : Bill Walsh

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Love the NFL? Like to listen to a good conversation? Tune in to superfan and host, Matt Johnson, alongside his team of Kyle Ranney, Jack Talebkhah, Ed Jessie, Vince Mease, and Andrew Lenz and their takes on the NFL in his football talk podcast, “The 2-pt Conversation” , featuring daily content Monday through Friday.

Our NFL History topic today is a discussion on the great Bill Walsh! We look at his humble beginnings in the NFL, and his premature retirement from coaching!

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The 2-Pt Conversation @The_2-pt_Conversation
Jul 24 2020 ·
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Bill Walsh at The Best You EXPO

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In this talk, Bill Walsh shares their knowledge on building your small business. These talks come from the archive of The Best You EXPO.

The Best You EXPO talks are live talks recorded at events in London and Los Angeles.

The talks are approximately 45 minutes long and cover all aspects of personal and professional growth. Talks on public speaking, finding love, increasing confidence and low self-esteem, how to make more money, get more clients, increase your social media presence, talks on NLP and so much more. We are talking about over 500 talks and more being recorded all over the world, so there is something for everyone.
Apr 09 2020 · 37mins
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Olympics postponed, Bill Walsh & Dick Fosbury stories

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In TED & YOGI's PAC-12 ADVENTURE podcast/vlog, Ted shares his thoughts on the 2020 Summer Olympics being postponed, COVID-19's continued impact and share intimate stories about Bill Walsh at Stanford & Dick Fosbury at Oregon State in a segment titled 'Stories from the Pac-12 Archives' -- a new digital series Yogi & Ted are creating on YouTube, where they each share a story from their Pac-8, Pac-10 or Pac-12 memory. 

Be sure to follow them on social media, YouTube and more. Links below!    

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Mar 29 2020 · 44mins
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Bill Walsh Interview - The Oz Network TV

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Our Third Watch recaps may have stopped but that doesn't mean we're not going to stop bringing you some great interviews with former cast members from the show, and today we're doing exactly that by speaking to the one and only Bill Walsh! In this great chat, we learn just how Bill landed a gig on the show from simply being a New York firefighter, why he was never guaranteed to come back after each episode he appeared in, which actor he learnt the most from during his time on the show, what piece of clothing Eddie Cibrian kept taking from him and just why he is about to get back into acting once again. It's a fun chat that no Third Watch fan will want to miss!
Jan 28 2020 · 1hr 24mins
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Making Money in 2020 with Bill Walsh

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This is one of the best economies I've ever seen. I'm always working to help you maximize your earnings and investments. This episode is about one of the best asset classes you have. That is you, your entrepreneurial venture, and what you're doing to make your business really thrive. To help me do that today, my longtime friend Bill Walsh is here. Bill is an extraordinary marketer who builds big teams. He has a whole company and brand around Powerteams that he is an expert at building.

We talk about how 2020 is the year to make money. We also talk about the three most important things each business needs. We talk about leadership, vision, mission, goals, and sales. Bill touches on the importance of taking the time to build a real business plan that focuses on the mission of customers served. We also talk about the thing that kills most entrepreneurial ventures. It’s called busyville. We also talk about self-doubt. This episode will give you great advice and actionable steps to make your business thrive and not just survive.

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Show Notes:

  • [01:20] Loral and Bill have known each other for at least 15 years. 
  • [02:53] After Bill left school, he became a trader. Then he worked on doing turnarounds where he would just fix businesses. 
  • [03:13] Fixing businesses was always like a game of chess. Did they have the right product, price, and team in place?
  • [03:35] They have been creating events to help entrepreneurs take their ideas from concept to cash generating business. 
  • [03:52] A leader needs to have a clear vision of where a business is going. 
  • [04:10] There needs to be a mission and a process. 
  • [04:31] Goals are really nothing more than a mile marker that moves you closer to the vision.
  • [04:40] Without a great leader, the business will fail. 
  • [05:07] You also have to make sure you have the money to sustain business and the ability to make sales and take credit cards.
  • [07:40] For a business to really thrive, an entrepreneur needs to learn how to delegate, so that they can focus on what is most important.
  • [08:12] Find mentors that have done it. If they haven't lived it, they don't know it. You need to be out in the field with people who build real businesses.
  • [08:37] The real zone is where the entrepreneur wakes up early and goes to bed late. Work 100 hours a week, so that you don't have to work 40.
  • [09:00] Have habits of learning. Hire a coach and transition from employee to entrepreneur. 
  • [09:45] Systems win and people fail. Have a product that's priced to sell and priced for profit. Have a form of lead generation. Without qualified leads you don't have anyone to sell to.
  • [10:24] Become a subject matter expert. You can have a book, website, social media presence, or podcast. Use a free special report for your lead generation special.
  • [10:31] You can make free audio to create a special report to get people to opt in with pure education. 
  • [11:24] Give away great content and let the buyer buy.
  • [11:45] You can use Instagram to get real followers through IGTV.
  • [12:02] You can use Linked Helper to go after executives on LinkedIn.
  • [12:28] You need real qualified leads that go through a mobile optin.
  • [13:00] You can edit video with InShot. Traffic will come when you serve customers.
  • [13:49] Don't be afraid to spend money on good printed material. Also learn how to speak.
  • [14:20] Success for entrepreneurs is being consistently persistent and not waiting for things to happen.
  • [14:54] You also have to make sure that you ask for the sale.
  • [16:08] Start with one tool at a time. Start with G Suite. You could use Design Pickle for graphic design.
  • [17:02] If you're not real tech savvy, find someone on Upwork to help you.
  • [18:45] Your assets can be used in multiple formats.
  • [20:21] Choose the social media platform where your customers live and distribute to the rest.
  • [21:36] Get a good business card and a good postcard and a good corporate brochure. Then follow through if the customer calls.
  • [22:41] Within 4 hours of your potential customers opt-in, they should get a newsletter and an educational five minute video.
  • [23:13] After a text opt-in, give them stuff for free.
  • [24:09] The less you try to force the sale, the easier it becomes.
  • [24:36] Follow up every 2 weeks indefinitely. 
  • [24:53] You always have to be accountable and have daily ratios. 

Links and Resources:

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Jan 02 2020 · 28mins
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Pillars - Matthew 6:25-33 (Bill Walsh)

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Chi Alpha staff member Bill Walsh challenges us to reflect on our life’s “pillars” — our core responsibilities and passions in life. In Matthew 6, Jesus commands us to seek God’s kingdom first and make Him the foundation for all that we do.

Oct 25 2019 · 20mins
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Ep. 009: Tampa Bay Rays' Bill Walsh talks redesigning baseball stadiums for social experiences

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On this episode of Innovation in the 'Burg: Rays baseball. Tampa Bay Rays VP of Strategy and Development Bill Walsh talks with host Alison Barlow and community member (and huge Rays fan) Paul Carder. Walsh talks redesigning stadiums for a new generation of fans, what a new stadium could look like, and how the Rays are meeting the demands of changing consumer behavior. As a season ticket holder, Carder gives his perspective on the changing state of baseball and the possible sister city plan with Montreal.

Jul 26 2019 · 29mins