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Authentic Brand Mastery Podcast

The Authentic Brand Mastery Podcast is brought to you by Change Creator and is hosted by branding and design expert, Adam G. Force. Listen in on these compelling discussions to learn how you can build an authentic brand that people love and drive more online sales with smart design. Gain valuable insights from Adam's 20+ years of experience and surround yourself with advice from experts like Nobel Peace Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus, celebrities such as Seth Godin, award-winning social entrepreneurs, and young action takers on the front lines who share their best strategies.

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Jay Shetty: What is Storytelling and What Makes a Good Story?

Get the FULL 50-minute interview with Jay Shetty in issue 18 of the Change Creator App. In this segment, Shetty shares what he believes storytelling is and what makes a good story. Jay Shetty is a master storyteller who has over 1 billion views on youtube and 3 million followers. He was the host of Huffpost Daily and on the Forbes 30 under 30 list. Get the full interview in the Change Creator App.


15 Aug 2018

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Alain Sylvain: Creating Product Innovation For the Greater Good

In this interview we talk with the founder and CEO of Sylvain Labs, Alain Sylvain. The Bcorp Sylvain Labs is an innovation and brand design consultancy that solves complex business problems for some of the biggest brands in the business (Airbnb, Spotify, Google, BlackRock, Patagonia, Pepsico, Calvin Klein, GM and BuzzFeed, to name a few). Their tools are 'science and whimsy'. Their driving mission is to leverage the might of corporations for the greater good.


3 Jan 2019

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Eric Ries & Ann Mei Chang: Creating Lean Radical Change

In this interview we talk with two legends, Eric Ries (author of Lean Startup) and Ann Mei Chang (author of Lean Impact) about the evolution of business and how to apply lean principles to the social impact space.


16 Jan 2019

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Laura Gassner Otting: How to Get Unstuck and Transform Your Life for True Success

In this interview, we talk with author and professional speaker, Laura Gassner Otting, about getting unstuck in your life and breaking down barriers to your next level of success. Over the course of her 20-year career studying, recruiting, and stewarding leaders through a massive career change, Laura has witnessed that true success comes from finding your consonance.


4 Apr 2019

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Blake Mycoskie: Key Lessons From TOMS and The Future of Impact Business

Blake Mycoskie is a leader in the social entrepreneurship movement who founded the one-for-one business model. Inside he shares his key lessons, strategies and insights about the next generation of social impact businesses.


19 Jun 2019

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Anne Miltenburg: How Her New Branding Book Can Change The Game For Your Impact Business

In this interiew we talk with Anne Miltenburg who is a branding for social change expert. We have interviewed her a couple times now because we love her work and she has a lot to offer you in the area of branding. This interview is based on the third edition of her book – Brand the Change: The Branding Guide for social entrepreneurs, disruptors, not-for-profits and corporate troublemakers.


4 Apr 2018

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Karen & Elizabeth: How Zoetica is Helping the World Go Waste-Free

In this interview with Zoetica founders, Karen and Elizabeth, we discuss their mission to free society from convenience trash and plastic. Learn how they came up with their innovative solution and run operations from the ground up. In this discussion, you'll hear helpful insights about starting a social good business and how to manage e-commerce, especially during the early years.


13 Mar 2019

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Martin Ochwat: Scaling E-commerce For Long Term Success and Social Impact

What does it take to scale your ecommerce business so that you can have long term success? We talk to expert Martin Ochwat to find out.Martin Ochwat is a Growth Marketer and Serial Entrepreneur. He has built several 7-figure eCommerce businesses from the ground up and is working on a zero plastic waste company Moop (www.getmoop.com).Martin previously worked in Silicon Valley for a leading gaming company. There, he helped manage an aggressive >$100 Million annual Facebook ad budget. Martin also holds a patent in predictive modeling related to ad buying.After leaving the corporate world, Martin traveled to 30 countries in over 2 years. He advises business leaders and enjoys helping people in all aspects of digital marketing & eCommerce.


8 Nov 2019

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Seth Godin: What it Takes to be a Leader of Tomorrow

In this interview, we talk to the one and only best-selling author, entrepreneur, and marketing expert Seth Godin.To get different results that create a better world we must lead differently. Godin shares his expertise and insights about Leadership of Tomorrow. Listen to this exclusive Change Creator interview and lean into the future.


16 Sep 2018

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Dan Doyle: Raise More Money More Efficiently For Your Nonprofit

Are you tracking the right metrics to effectively raise more money for your non-profit?Dan Doyle is the Chief Evangelist for Fundraising Report Card, analytics and reporting tool for non-profits. They created the company with on goal in mind - to help non-profits raise more money more efficiently. It's the most powerful cloud-based tool helping non-profits using performance dashboards, key performance indicators, and sector benchmarking.


17 Jul 2019

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Tim Sykes: Penny Stock Multi-Millionaire Funding Social Change

In this interview, we talk with penny stock sensation and founder of social enterprise Karmagawa, Timothy Sykes. He's now built over 40 schools for children and is fighting for the rights of animals while making millions as a penny stock jedi master.


1 May 2019

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Guy Kawasaki: Pulling back the curtain on startup success

In this interview we talk with the one and only Guy Kawasaki about what it takes to succeed with your startup. He's full of insights and personality. Don't miss our full cover story with Guy in issue 11 of Change Creator Magazine - www.changecreatormag.com


18 Sep 2017

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Shel Horowitz: Leaning Into Nature and Tech to Solve Social Problems

In this interview, we speak with Shell Horowitz, founder of Going Beyond Sustainability. With decades of experience in both the business and environmental spaces—helping companies braid them together profitably for more than 15 yearsThe best-selling and multiple-award-winning author of 10 books including Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green (34 months on Amazon.com’s category bestseller lists) and Guerrilla Marketing to Heal the World (on two bestseller lists on its release in April, 2016).Shel is a TEDx Talker and International Platform Association Certified Speaker, Shel has given talks like “Impossible is a Dare” and “Making Green Sexy” as far east as Istanbul and as far west as HonoluluHe's both a marketer and an activist since he was in high school, Shel’s consulting offers a unique perspective on how to successfully combine business success with social betterment—not through guilt and shame but using enlightened self-interestFrequently interviewed in major media, Shel has been profiled and quoted in Forbes, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Entrepreneur, ABC News, BBC News, Voice of America, NPR’s Marketplace, Boston Globe, and dozens of others


24 Apr 2018

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Susan Meier: Electrifying Your Brand Strategy to Amplify Your Impact

What are some of the core steps you need to take for your brand strategy? Expert, Susan Meier shares her secrets about great brand strategy.--Susan Hamilton Meier is a brand strategist and visual artist and the founder of Susan Meier Studio. She is on a mission to dispel the myth that creativity and strategy are at odds to help business leaders electrify their work and amplify their impact.Susan has developed a unique point of view that is driven by the merger of analytical and creative thinking. She’s designed a set of processes and tools that get teams to problem-solve more creatively, helping them define their mission, vision, and differentiators with clarity and bring their brands to life in the world. She has gravitated toward healthcare, which offers up the exciting challenge of finding creative solutions for some of the most complex problems out there today.At The Boston Consulting Group, where Susan began her career, she became fascinated by the deep emotional connections that brands can build with consumers. She went on to work for boutique branding agencies, focusing on customer research, product innovation, and packaging design and has had the privilege to work with some of the world’s leading corporations, including Unilever, Pepsico, Kellogg’s, Mars, Samsung, Genentech and Novartis.Susan holds a BA in art history from Dartmouth and an MBA from Harvard. Her own creative output includes paintings, sculptures, jewellery and children.Get more at https://changecreator.com/podcast


28 Jan 2020

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Somya Munjal: Creating Social Change Through Socioeconomic Empowerment of Youth

In this interview we talk with serial entrepreneur and CPA for the people, Somya Munjal. She is on the front lines helping create socioeconomic change that empowers our youth. We explore her solutions and lessons learned from her experience.


23 Jan 2019

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Dov Baron: How Do You Find Purpose and Build Your Personal Brand?

In this interview, we speak with Dov Baron who is a best-selling author, headline speaker for global conferences on leadership, influence, business and embracing purpose-driven authentic leadership. He has been speaking internationally for over 30 years. Learn what finding purpose is, how to discover yours and build a personal brand.


13 Jun 2018

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EP28: How to Ditch Corporate Life and Build a Conscious Food Business with Nikhil Arora

Nikhil and Alejandro were buddies in college when they heard from a professor that you can actually grow mushrooms from coffee grounds. In a college class, co-founders Nikhil and Alejandro learned mushrooms could grow entirely on spent coffee grounds. After watching hours of how-to videos and turning their fraternity kitchen into a big science experiment, they eventually decided to give up their corporate job offers to instead become full-time mushroom farmers. What started as curiosity about urban farming has turned into a passion to Undo Food™ and reconnect families back to where it comes from through fun and delicious ready to grow and ready to eat products. They believe the underlying trust, transparency, and consciousness shouldn't change from the produce aisle to the grocery aisle, or from ready to grow to ready to eat. We believe in a future where all food comes from the kitchen, not a lab; and where R&D teams aren't biochemists, but our grandparents.


27 Dec 2016

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