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Paul Brown

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FBI Special Agent in Charge Paul Brown talks cybersecurity - Midday Mobile - July 12 2022

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12 Jul 2022

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224 - Making it your own; the advantages of running a micro-factory - Paul Brown, Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

Make it British Podcast

In this episode, I chat with Paul Brown, founder of Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, a UK-made brand based in Suffolk. Paul founded his clothing business back in 2012, knowing nothing about clothing manufacturing, butwent on to set up his own micro-factory. He shares how much it cost him to get his micro-factory up and running, and what the benefits are of having control of your own production. We also discuss how the brand has found success exporting to countries like America and Australia. Discover: 03:09 How Paul went from no experience in clothing manufacture to setting up his own micro-factory. 10:01 What has led to sales from overseas customers. 16:17 How the brand manages to offer hundreds of different options for their 'Create Your Own Trousers' range. 19:28 The exciting new relaunch coming up this year for Wolf in Sheep's Clothing More Wolf in Sheep's Clothing WISC on Instagram WISC Website Paul's Podcast on British Fashion & Style Information on WISC British Chinos More Make it British Make it British website British Brand Accelerator -  Find out how you can work with Kate to build your British-made brand Join Make it British -  become a member of our community and promote your business in our directory or UK-made brands and manufacturers Make it British on Instagram


8 Apr 2022

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Season 2 - Episode 5 - Paul Brown

Me, Myself & Basketball by NBA UK Fans

In this episode, Nathan talks with sports journalist Paul Brown about his basketball journey.


3 Mar 2022

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Geelong Cats - Paul Brown

The 90's Club Footy Podcast

This week we go back in time with Geelong Cat utility Paul Brown. Paul reminisces about his career, reflects on some of his favourite moments and people in the game. Paul played a total of 84 games in the Blue and White Hoops between 1990 and 1998. In this episode, Paul speaks about playing with the great Gary Ablett Senior, the Grand Final disappointments of 1994 and 1995, his injury battles and some of his favourite Cats characters. A great listen with our thirteenth member of 'The 90's Club Footy Podcast'. Episode has been produced by Set Sounds


21 Feb 2022

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Ep #68: From Practice Management Consultant to Financial Planner with Paul Brown

New Planner Podcast

Paul Brown is the Founder of Clearstone Wealth Management and Clearstone Business Advisors based out of Spokane, WA. He helps clients manage and grow their entire net worth through comprehensive and strategic financial planning, and he has helped me immensely with my own business over the years! Listen in as Paul shares how he first got started in financial planning, how he eventually became a consultant to financial advisors, and why he pivoted to start his own financial planning firm. You'll learn how he structures his firm, how he finds and charges clients, and what he believes are the keys to success for new planners just starting in the profession. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3ufHsBO


4 Feb 2022

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Episode #81: Kevin Luke, Paul Brown

Inside the WDF

In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by the new ADO national champion Kevin Luke and one of the men behind the Big 5 Sports Management Group, Paul Brown. Kevin (7:20) discusses his recent ADO National victory, qualifying for the World Championships, returning to Lakeside for the first time since two World Youth Masters visits in the 1990s, losing the Seacoast Open final to Jules van Dongen, getting some more prep in before April and translatable experience from reaching a Soft Tip World Championship final. Paul (29:23) then calls in to talk about how his team got on at Q-School, Alan Soutar's debut year in the PDC, learning from Deta Hedman, Shaun McDonald's analytical mind, the keys to John O'Shea and Josh Rock enjoying success in the PDC, Wayne Warren's level of prep for the World Seniors, Lakeside in April, and what goes into the process of player recruitment.


1 Feb 2022

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Newest SSDi Team Member, Paul Brown, & The Legacy of His Families 4th Generation Company W.A Brown & Son, INC.

Electrical Distribution Solutions

Then, after giving a brief history of W. A. Brown and how they eventually became associated with SSDi, Paul expresses excitement at the potential for future growth and innovation that typically comes with a small and flexible team like ours.Paul goes on to speak on his keys to success as a salesman and decades-long business owner, which include empathy, service, curiosity, and creativity.Topics Discussed: 00:38 An introduction to Paul Brown02:33 About W. A. Brown & Son, INC.06:40 How SSDi came to improve upon the brown box11:25 SSDi’s curious and service-oriented culture towards its employees and customers14:46 Paul’s background in the industry21:46 Having SSDi’s system put into a competitor’s box23:55 Innovation through curiosity28:15 Inspiring creativity32:46 Why Paul transitioned from walk-in coolers into electrical panelsConnect with SSDi:Website - https://www.ssdilv.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ssdilv/?hl=enFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/ssdilvTwitter - https://twitter.com/ssdilvYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNFzcSFmxn3uPnt2hrnpFnAKey Quotes by Paul:The biggest benefit I see is being affiliated with a small organization at this point in time that actually listens to ideas and has an interest not only in how improvements can be made, but in their employees’ well-being.Customers pay the bills. Employees are the biggest asset you’re ever going to have.There’s no reason to recreate the wheel if somebody has a product that you can make better.The money is not made in the back room. And the money is not typically fully made out at the dispensers. It is made inside the store.Creativity is brought about by going out and being hands-on with the product and the people.


18 Jan 2022

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Extra Recurring Revenue For Mortgage Brokers - Paul Brown From Spectrum Advice Network

Advisers Assemble - Lead Generation For Financial Services

See https://spectruman.co.uk/introducers/ for more details or email Paul directly paul.brown@spectruman.co.uk


10 Jan 2022

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I'm Not Even Supposed To Be Here Today (Ft. Paul Brown)

The 1 in 100 Podcast

THIS WEEK ON The PAPERBACKS AND SOUNDTRACKS PODCAST!! The Ciabatta Boyz are back with another dope episode! Check it out, the fellas had the chance to talk to Garden States own Paul Brown, from the awesome YouTube show Comic Trips. But he’s got something brand new and EVEN MORE DOPE, the Super Jersey Comic Expo!! He’s here to give All the behind scenes details you will need, to enjoy this brand new Comic Expo!!! So sit back, relax and check the technique, Peace! SHOW PRODUCED AND EDITED BY- AMIR W.  HOSTED BY- THE CIABATTA BOYZ  https://linktr.ee/PaperbacksandSoundtracks MUSIC PRODUCED BY-FOGMOB MUSIC https://instagram.com/fogmobmusic?utm_medium=copy_link SPONSORED BY- Winston’s Wham https://instagram.com/winstonswham?utm_medium=copy_link Super Jersey Comic Expo- https://www.superjerseyexpo.com/ https://www.facebook.com/SuperJerseyExpo/ https://www.instagram.com/superjerseyexpo/

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28 Oct 2021

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273: Paul Brown — How to Attract Lifetime Customers

Scaling Up Business Podcast

It can be difficult to hang on to your loyal customers as you begin to scale and grow, especially if you plan to increase your prices. Today’s guest knows a thing or two about keeping customers for life, no matter the circumstances. Paul Brown is the creator and writer of the What’s Offline column, which is featured every Saturday in the business section of The New York Times. He and his wife also wrote the Dream Home Diaries blog, also featured on nytimes.com. When he is not writing for the Times, Paul, a former contributing editor to M.I.T.’s Sloan Management Review, serves as an editorial consultant. He has worked with everyone from individuals to Fortune 500 companies and leading academic institutions such as NYU, in developing products that have ranged from software programs and videos to op-ed pieces, TED talks, books, and more. He also had his own twice-weekly blog in Forbes, Inc. Magazine, and The Harvard Business Review. Paul accidentally stumbled into writing for Forbes. His trick was to just ask as many questions as you can, and eventually, you’ll learn something. Fast forward to today, Paul has written several books, including Customer for Life, which was first published in 1990. At the time, there weren’t many books out that thought about the customer in this particular way. Paul co-wrote the book with a car dealership owner, Carl Sewell. They both realized that they had a very short attention span, which is why the book is structured in a quick and easy way for readers to process. People tend to gloss over customer service as a business strategy. Everyone sees the value of turning a one-time customer into a lifelong customer, but a tangible and tactic strategy that makes it easy to execute on is much less talked about in business. If a customer asks for something unusual, it’s your job as a service provider to deliver on it. Good customer service often looks like this. Paul shares an example of a customer asking for something somewhat ridiculous and out of the box, but by delivering on her ask, the company ended up gaining a lifetime customer. Interview Links: Sponsored by: Bit.ly/clariontech Paul on LinkedIn Paul’s work in The New York Times Paul’s Book: Customers for Life: How to Turn That One-Time Buyer Into a Lifetime Customer, by Carl Sewell and Paul B. Brown Resources: Scaling Up Workshop: Interested in attending one of our workshops? We have a few $100 discounts for our loyal podcast listeners!Scaling Up for Business Growth Workshop: Take the first step to mastering the Rockefeller Habits by attending one of our workshops. Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.) Bill on YouTube Did you enjoy today’s episode? If so, then head over to iTunes and leave a review. Help other business leaders discover the Scaling Up Business Podcast so they, too, can benefit from the ideas shared in these podcasts. Scaling Up is the best-selling book by Verne Harnish and our team for Gazelles Coaching, on how the fastest-growing companies succeed where so many others fail. My name is Bill Gallagher, host of the Scaling Up Business Podcast and a leading Gazelles Coach. Gazelles is the term we use for fast-growing companies. We help leadership teams with 4 Decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash so that they can Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth success. Scaling Up for Gazelles companies is based on the Rockefeller Habits 2.0 (from Verne’s original best-selling business book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits).


18 Aug 2021