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If you’re frustrated because you struggle to get the word out about your product or service, the Building a StoryBrand podcast will help. Fans of the podcast are ecstatic about the fun and entertaining way Donald Miller brings you practical advice about clarifying your message so customers will listen. Don and the StoryBrand team are the world's leading experts in harnessing the 2,000 year-old proven power of story formulas to get people talking about your brand. Get your message out, grow your company, stand out in the marketplace, and have a blast doing it!Past guests: Seth Godin, Patrick Lencioni, Daymond John, Rachel Hollis, Ken Blanchard, Mel Robbins, Dave Ramsey, Scott Hamilton, Auntie Anne, Charles Duhigg, Daniel Pink, Blake Mycoskie (TOMS), Chris Anderson (TED), and so many others.

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If you’re frustrated because you struggle to get the word out about your product or service, the Building a StoryBrand podcast will help. Fans of the podcast are ecstatic about the fun and entertaining way Donald Miller brings you practical advice about clarifying your message so customers will listen. Don and the StoryBrand team are the world's leading experts in harnessing the 2,000 year-old proven power of story formulas to get people talking about your brand. Get your message out, grow your company, stand out in the marketplace, and have a blast doing it!Past guests: Seth Godin, Patrick Lencioni, Daymond John, Rachel Hollis, Ken Blanchard, Mel Robbins, Dave Ramsey, Scott Hamilton, Auntie Anne, Charles Duhigg, Daniel Pink, Blake Mycoskie (TOMS), Chris Anderson (TED), and so many others.

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Excellent content

By Hunter bends - May 14 2020
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I originally found Don Miller through his book Blue Like Jazz. Then my girlfriend, a financial advisor, turned me onto this podcast. Amazing. Recently I went back to episode one so I could re listen to my favorites. Thank you and keep up the great work.

A weekly regular!

By Katy Barclay - Apr 18 2020
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Don’s messages are practical and inspiring! I love the insight I’ve gained from this podcast as an entrepreneur. It’s a weekly regular for me and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to be a stronger leader or hold influence to affect change.

iTunes Ratings

1347 Ratings
Average Ratings
1161
83
44
29
30

Excellent content

By Hunter bends - May 14 2020
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I originally found Don Miller through his book Blue Like Jazz. Then my girlfriend, a financial advisor, turned me onto this podcast. Amazing. Recently I went back to episode one so I could re listen to my favorites. Thank you and keep up the great work.

A weekly regular!

By Katy Barclay - Apr 18 2020
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Don’s messages are practical and inspiring! I love the insight I’ve gained from this podcast as an entrepreneur. It’s a weekly regular for me and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to be a stronger leader or hold influence to affect change.
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Building a StoryBrand with Donald Miller

Latest release on May 25, 2020

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If you’re frustrated because you struggle to get the word out about your product or service, the Building a StoryBrand podcast will help. Fans of the podcast are ecstatic about the fun and entertaining way Donald Miller brings you practical advice about clarifying your message so customers will listen. Don and the StoryBrand team are the world's leading experts in harnessing the 2,000 year-old proven power of story formulas to get people talking about your brand. Get your message out, grow your company, stand out in the marketplace, and have a blast doing it!Past guests: Seth Godin, Patrick Lencioni, Daymond John, Rachel Hollis, Ken Blanchard, Mel Robbins, Dave Ramsey, Scott Hamilton, Auntie Anne, Charles Duhigg, Daniel Pink, Blake Mycoskie (TOMS), Chris Anderson (TED), and so many others.

Rank #1: #110: Joey Coleman—How to Stop Losing Customers

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Your customers are leaving in droves. Today’s guest, Joey Coleman, has the research to back it up. So if you want to keep your customers and grow your business, don’t miss this episode. In it, Joey highlights the 8 phases of customer experience so you never lose another customer again.

http://buildingastorybrand.com/110

Aug 20 2018

47mins

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Rank #2: #42: Ian Cron—Can the Enneagram Make You a More Effective Leader?

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The better we understand people, the better leaders we’ll be.

And one of the best tools for understanding yourself and those around you is the Enneagram.

If you haven’t encountered it before, the Enneagram is simply an ancient personality framework. There are nine core types, and we tend to gravitate toward one of them in our youth as a way of coping with the world.

This week on the Building a StoryBrand podcast, Donald Miller talks with Enneagram expert Ian Cron about how to use this powerful framework to make both yourself and your business healthier.

They unpack each of nine personality types and then discuss how understanding the Enneagram can help you become a stronger, more empathetic leader.

Get the worksheet that goes along with this episode at http://buildingastorybrand.com/42 to help you apply what you learned in the interview to your business.

May 01 2017

50mins

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Rank #3: #55: Seth Godin—5 Huge Paradigm Shifts that Will Change the Way You Do Marketing

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This week, we’re honored to welcome Seth Godin to the Building a StoryBrand podcast. Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last fifteen years, you recognize Seth Godin as a preeminent influencer in the marketing world.

And in an industry that can be so noisy, cheesy, and in-your-face, Seth’s thinking stands out. It’s deep and it’s well-reasoned. And it’s humanistic, affirming at its core that marketing is ultimately about people and the relationships we build with them.

In this conversation, Donald Miller and Seth Godin cover a lot of ground, including:

*How to ship your projects quickly without sacrificing quality *Why the old models of marketing are failing and what it takes to succeed today *The psychology behind why people buy (most of us miss it) *The perils of not understanding the world we’re marketing in *Why now is an ideal time to be a creative person

At every point in the conversation, Seth challenges us to think differently about marketing. And when we do, we’ll find a massive opportunity to set our businesses apart and make more meaningful connections with our customers. Listen now!

http://buildingastorybrand.com/55

Jul 31 2017

45mins

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Rank #4: #37: Mel Robbins—Hack Your Motivation and Accomplish More With This Surprisingly Simple Strategy

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Motivation is overrated. If you want to accomplish the things that will grow your life and your business, you can’t rely on it.

And today’s guest on the Building a Story Brand podcast, Mel Robbins, is with me on this notion that motivation isn’t the key to success. More than that, she’s discovered a simple mental strategy we can use to bypass motivation in order to make wise decisions that grow our businesses, make healthful decisions, and strengthen our relationships. It’s incredibly simple and intuitive, as you’ll see, and it has the power to dramatically impact your life.

Get the worksheet that goes along with this episode at http://buildingastorybrand.com/37

Mar 27 2017

36mins

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Rank #5: #71: Tricia Rose Burt—How to Reach Your Customers with These 3 Storytelling Principles

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How can a professional storyteller help you grow your business?

Simple. Business is about persuading people to buy your products or services. And, psychologists tell us that storytelling is the most effective method of persuasion. So, you’re going to need effective storytelling to grow your business.  

In this episode of the Building a StoryBrand podcast, Donald Miller sits down with professional storyteller Tricia Rose Burt to talk about 3 super powerful principles you need to tell a great story. You can apply these to almost any communication you use in your business.

When you understand these principles of story, your marketing will become much more persuasive and your sales will grow.

http://buildingastorybrand.com/71

Nov 20 2017

57mins

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Rank #6: #65: Donald Miller—The Framework That Makes Marketing Easy

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This week my new book Building a StoryBrand is out! If you’ve been wanting to clarify your message pick it up today at Amazon or Barnes and Noble!

That said, if you don’t want to order it because reading hurts your brain, there’s a distant, distant second option I recommend. And that’s to listen to this week’s podcast because this week, J.J. and I shamelessly plug the book by going through it point by point. It’s like the audiobook but with a laugh track!

The main reason I wrote the book is because I wanted to make marketing easy and I believe it accomplishes that task.

To get the best points, though, you’ll have to buy the book to get. I’m no dummy. Anyway, I hope you read these ideas, apply them and make loads of money. And I hope they make you want to buy the book to make even more.

http://buildingastorybrand.com/65

Oct 09 2017

43mins

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Rank #7: #3: Dave Ramsey—How to Be the Guide and Attract More Customers

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Donald Miller talks with personal finance legend Dave Ramsey about how to position your business as a guide and focus on your customers' successes. Dave intuitively understands this marketing strategy, and it's a huge reason why his products and content have impacted millions of people. In this episode, you'll discover exactly how to make this powerful shift in your communications and tap into your customers' most powerful motivations.

Visit http://buildingastorybrand.com/3 to get an unedited version of the interview with Dave Ramsey, along with a video of Don's website critique.

Mar 28 2016

34mins

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Rank #8: #92: Bob Goff—Leading Without Fear and Loving Without Limits

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Hustle and grind. Plan out everything. Protect your availability. That’s the typical advice business leaders get to “maximize our efficiency.”

But there’s more to life than efficiency.

And no one models this better than Bob Goff, the bestselling author of Love Does. He joins Donald Miller on the podcast for an inspiring conversation about leading well by loving others. It’s a different kind of mindset that puts people before efficiency and meaning ahead of success.

If you struggle with a fear of failure, if you’re looking for permission to start that next big thing, or if something about your current way of life just isn’t working, THIS is the wisdom you need to hear today.

http://buildingastorybrand.com/92

Apr 16 2018

45mins

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Rank #9: #32: Greg McKeown—How to Live and Work with Radical Clarity

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According to Greg McKeown, the author of Essentialism, most of us have been living under the assumption that we can have it all -- we just have to cram it all into our lives.

As a result, we end up busy (not necessarily productive) and stretched too thin at work and at home. We’re chained to our smartphones, hopping from disjointed task to disjointed task, not really focused on (or even clear about) what we want.

Essentialism changes all that. It helps us tune out all the unimportant things vying for our attention so we can discover and pursue a very small number of things of lasting value.

Nobody wants to fritter away their lives on their smart phones. Listen to this episode of the Building a Story Brand podcast with Donald Miller and special guest Greg McKeown, and you’ll be inspired to live a life rich with clarity and meaning.

Get the worksheet that goes along with this episode at http://buildingastorybrand.com/32

Feb 20 2017

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Rank #10: #41: Allan Heinberg—3 Powerful Takeaways Marketers Can Learn from a Master Storyteller

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What’s the most powerful tool in the world for captivating the human brain?

It’s storytelling.

As business leaders, sometimes we struggle to keep our audience’s attention for a few seconds. But storytellers have figured out how to keep an audience’s attention for hours. If we want to captivate our customers, we need to understand the art of storytelling.

So today on the Building a StoryBrand podcast, Donald Miller talks with Allan Heinberg, one of the world’s most accomplished storytellers. He’s written for Grey’s Anatomy and Sex and the City and is currently the showrunner for Shonda Rhimes’ show The Catch.

In this episode, you’ll find a wealth of wisdom for how to captivate your audience of prospective customers. (There’s also a fair amount of geeking out about character development and the creative process!)

PLUS! Don’t miss the BONUS SEGMENT with musician Drew Holcomb. Drew stopped by our office to talk about the business of music and to play a couple of songs for us. Listen now!

Get the worksheet that goes along with this episode at http://buildingastorybrand.com/41 to help you apply what you learned in the interview to your business.

Apr 24 2017

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Rank #11: #72: Todd Duncan—5 Rules That Will Help You Attract Loyal Customers

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How much can poor customer service cost you?

The answer is more than you think. Donald Miller sits down with Todd Duncan, author of The $6,000 Egg. A best-selling author and thought-leader in the sales industry, Todd outlines five scenarios that illustrate the five rules of spectacular customer service. When you apply them, you’ll bring in loyal customers and create trust in your company.  

Customer service is the bedrock of your brand. If your team takes ownership of your company’s values and delivers wonderful service to your customers, you’ll see exponential growth in your business. You’ll also discover that almost every aspect of your company runs smoother.

http://buildingastorybrand.com/72

Nov 27 2017

42mins

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Rank #12: #78: Daniel Pink—How to Stop Wasting Time and Start Wielding It

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Do you always feel like you’re short on time?

Most days, it seems like there just aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish everything that matters to us.

But what if the problem isn’t how many hours we have — but how we’re using them?

That’s the big idea from Daniel Pink, our guest today on the StoryBrand podcast. Daniel has done the research and studied the science, and it turns out that certain times are better than others for doing different types of work.

Donald Miller sits down with Daniel to help you finally understand the smart way to structure your time. He points out the common time management mistakes he sees and how to fix them. And he shows you a simple way to pay attention to your natural rhythms, so you can maximize your productivity and creativity every day.

The quest for the ideal schedule ends here! Listen to this episode to stop the constant stress of the time crunch. Then watch your days (and your life!) transform.

http://buildingastorybrand.com/78

Jan 08 2018

37mins

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Rank #13: #130: Aaron James—How to Define What Your Customer Really Wants

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What are you selling? Your quick answer may be “real estate” or “jewelry” -- but to really connect with customers, you need to understand the deeper value you offer them. You don’t sell real estate, you sell peace of mind. You don’t sell jewelry, you sell confidence.

Join us on this episode for a deep dive into defining what your customer really wants. First, Don and JJ talk about why we need to understand our customers’ desires. Then, Don interviews advertising executive Aaron James about real-world ad campaigns that have done just that.

If you want to give yourself a big advantage as we start 2019, this is the episode for you!

Jan 07 2019

52mins

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Rank #14: #63: Ray Edwards—8 Magic Phrases That Will Make You Money

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If you’ve ever tried to write sales copy for your product, then you’ve probably felt the intimidation of the blank page.

Worse, when you’ve finally beat the blank page blues, your copy doesn’t deliver the results you wanted. Your words fail to persuade your customers.

That’s why I’m thrilled to sit down with Ray Edwards on the Building a StoryBrand podcast. As the author of How to Write Copy That Sells, Ray’s going to reveal some magic phrases that will help you write great copy. After listening to this podcast, you’ll no longer be intimidated by the blank page and you’ll find your sales copy is finally doing its job — reaching the people who need your product and making you money.

http://buildingastorybrand.com/63

Sep 25 2017

47mins

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Rank #15: #68: Charles Duhigg—Increase Your Productivity and Reclaim Your Life

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Do you feel like no matter how hard you work, you’re always behind?

The worst part is you know of highly productive people who have time for everything important — family, health, friends and business. Nothing has to be sacrificed upon the altar of success.

So, what are their secrets?

Today’s podcast guest will reveal them. Charles Duhigg, the author of Smarter Faster Better, used to be sitting in the same place you are now. He had achieved an incredibly successful career, but was still miserable. His daily life whizzed by in frantic activity that left him feeling empty.

Charles began investigating these highly productive people who go on vacation, spend time with family, and pursue a fulfilling work life. What he came up with will help you increase your productivity and reclaim your life.

http://buildingastorybrand.com/68

Oct 30 2017

38mins

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Rank #16: #43: David McKeown—How to Predict Whether or Not Your Business Will Succeed

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What if there were a roadmap that showed you all the major milestones your business was going to hit as it grows? Wouldn’t it be great to know what’s coming next and how to navigate well?

That framework exists, and we’re going to explore it in depth on this week’s episode of the Building a StoryBrand podcast. Donald Miller sits down with David McKeown of PredictableSuccess.com. He and his father Les have developed this framework over decades, and they’ve seen it prove out in countless companies, regardless of their size or industry.

When you understand these seven stages, you’ll understand how to strike a perfect balance between innovation and processes. And when that happens, the success of your business becomes a lot more predictable.

Listen now and take the guesswork out of growing your small business.

Get the worksheet that goes along with this episode at http://buildingastorybrand.com/43 to help you apply what you learned in the interview to your business.

May 08 2017

53mins

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Rank #17: #107: Marc Ventresca—3 Myths About Entrepreneurship That May Be Holding You Back

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What is the “ideal” entrepreneur like? The answer may surprise you. Why? Because our assumptions about what it takes to run a business don’t really line up with what successful leaders actually do.

Today on the Building a StoryBrand podcast, guest correspondent Allison Trowbridge talks to esteemed Oxford economic sociologist Marc Ventresca. He debunks 3 myths about entrepreneurship. Listen for an inspiring new outlook on how to lead your business well.

http://buildingastorybrand.com/107

Jul 30 2018

29mins

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Rank #18: #40: Juliet Funt—The Brutal Cost of Overload and How to Reclaim the Rest You Need

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Most of us business leaders are glued to our phones. Work can feel all-consuming. We end each day fatigued and overloaded, and everything suffers as a result.

But life isn't supposed to look like this. We need what Juliet Funt calls “white space” -- strategic rests and pauses between our busy-ness.

This week, Juliet joins Donald Miller on the Building a Story Brand podcast, and she helps us understand the importance of these pauses for our work, the four big reasons we struggle with it, and what we can do to reclaim our rest and thoughtfulness.

This is an inspiring conversation, and the wisdom Juliet shares has the potential to give us better quality of work at the office and better presence with our loved ones at home. Don’t miss it!

Get the worksheet that goes along with this episode at http://buildingastorybrand.com/40 to help you apply what you learned in the interview to your business.

Apr 17 2017

46mins

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Rank #19: #25: StoryBrand Productivity Schedule

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Welcome to 2017! If you’re wondering how to make this year more productive and meaningful, try the 30-day process we walk you through in this week's episode. This system won’t take you more than a few minutes each day, but it will unlock new levels of energy and focus you didn’t know you had.

Listen now and discover how to develop new habits, become more productive, overcome procrastination, and complete the major projects that will move the needle for your business this year.

http://buildingastorybrand.com/25

Jan 02 2017

37mins

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Rank #20: #172: Ian Morgan Cron—Thriving in Relationships with Every Enneagram Type [Part 1]

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Life and business revolve around relationships. That means things can get messy fast. Our unconscious motivations can sometimes derail communications, creating obstacles and inefficiencies. Ian Morgan Cron, who teaches our all-new Enneagram Made Simple course at Business Made Simple University, joins us to talk about what winning looks like when we’re all wired so differently. The conversation he and Don have is so packed with helpful Enneagram content that we’re sharing it in two parts. In this episode, we dive into Types 1-4: The Perfectionist, The Helper, The Performer and The Romantic.

Oct 28 2019

40mins

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#202: Chris Guillebeau—How to Plant a Money Tree and Make an Extra $1k THIS Week

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If you’re like most people -- the economy might be keeping you up at night. But what if you were able to use this season as a chance to change your mindset AND make more money? Chris Guillebeau, author of The Money Tree, is explaining how to view the current economic situation as an opportunity to grow. If you’ve felt worried about money over the last few months, this episode offers hope and practical action to help you recover.

May 25 2020

42mins

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#201: James Clear—The Secret to a Successful Product Launch

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What would it be like to release a product without any platform, customer base, or name recognition? That’s exactly where James Clear found himself when he released his book, Atomic Habits. Now, Atomic Habits is a staple on bestsellers lists with over one million copies sold. On today’s episode, James is unpacking the psychology of a successful product launch and sharing his secrets with you. No matter what type of product you sell or what your customer base looks like today, these tips will help your next product launch be a hit!

May 18 2020

29mins

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#200: Mike Michalowicz—The Step-By-Step Plan for Fixing Your Business

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Right now, most business leaders finally have time to work on the things that have always bothered them about their business. But improving a business is like opening a junk drawer -- things can get overwhelming fast. Mike Michalowicz, author of Fix This Next, is sharing his guide that will help you fix your business one step at a time. From growing revenue to creating repeatable processes for your team, Mike’s strategies will help every part of your business thrive. Don’t get bogged down by all details, listen to this episode instead.

May 11 2020

28mins

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#199: Michael Hyatt—How to Become a Vision-Driven Leader

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Most people believe they fall into one of two categories when it comes to their leadership style: those who cast a vision for the company and those who get stuff done. The problem is -- a really good leader needs to do both. Bestselling author and CEO, Michael Hyatt, created a formula to help leaders become visionaries and now he’s sharing it with you. In this episode, he’s unpacking what it means to have a vision for your company, why it’s important, and what you can do to become a vision-driven leader today.

May 04 2020

31mins

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#198: Michael Brody-Waite—What Drug Addicts and Great Leaders Have in Common

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What if the best leaders actually have more in common with drug addicts than anyone else? That’s exactly what Michael Brody-Waite, author of Great Leaders Live Like Drug Addicts, shares in his conversation with Don. The truth is -- drug addicts and great leaders have the same super power. And if you can harness it, it’ll advance your career. Discover what that superpower is and how to unlock it in today’s episode.

Apr 27 2020

35mins

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#197: Joel Peterson—How to Rebuild Your Business After a Crisis

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After any crisis, there comes a time to rebuild. But it can be hard to know where to begin. On this episode, Joel Peterson is sharing foundational strategies for building a healthy business. He used these strategies to grow JetBlue Airways, and now you can apply them to your business. If you’ve been wondering how you’re going to rebuild after the COVID-19 crisis is over, this episode is for you.

Apr 20 2020

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#196—Your Checklist for Getting Through a Crisis

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When the team at StoryBrand HQ realized everything was about to change, we jumped right into a plan that would help us survive these uncertain times. Now, we’re sharing that plan with you. Join Don in his conversation with Doug Keim, the President of StoryBrand, as they unpack the 6-part checklist that will help your business survive this crisis and come back stronger than ever.

Apr 13 2020

43mins

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#195: Stephen Mansfield—Nine Secrets to Leading During a Crisis

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Winston Churchill was no stranger to leading during a crisis. He led his country through World War I, World War II, an economic crisis, and much more. And he has 9 things that made him an effective leader during those times. On this week's episode, author Stephen Mansfield is unpacking Churchill’s 9 strategies for leading during a crisis. These nine practical tips will help you become the leader your team needs during this challenging time.

Apr 06 2020

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#194—Three Keys to Managing Stress Through COVID-19

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Don and J.J. give you three strategies to manage anxiety through the COVID-19 crisis. It’s possible for your business to survive, and even thrive, after the dust settles -- but you have to know how to manage stress in the meantime. This week's episode will show you how.

Mar 30 2020

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#193: Jon Gordon—How to Keep Moving Forward in Times of Stress

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The coronavirus is disrupting careers, lifestyles, and peoples’ overall sense of calm. These are inevitably difficult times, and most business leaders are overwhelmed trying to decide what to do next. So we invited bestselling author and speaker, Jon Gordon, to the podcast to share strategies for managing stress. Even the most calm, assured people can freeze with anxiety in turbulent circumstances like these. This episode provides hope and practical tips that will help you -- and your business -- get through this.

Mar 23 2020

34mins

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#192: Howard Partridge—The One Thing Every Successful Leader Has in Common

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Most business leaders have a surplus of great ideas, but get stuck at one crucial step -- implementation. When businesses don’t implement their ideas, growth becomes impossible. In today’s episode, Howard Partridge outlines ten proven principles that will help you get unstuck and actually deliver on your businesses’ best ideas.

Mar 16 2020

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#191: Bruce Deel—Find Your Purpose by Taking More Risks

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As a business leader, you have to take risks. But for most people, taking even the smallest risk can feel terrifying. This week’s guest, Bruce Deel, has a different perspective altogether. He founded the incredible community service organization, City of Refuge, and he believes taking risks could be the key to finding your purpose. This paradigm-shifting episode will push you outside of your comfort zone. And who knows -- you might just feel a little braver after listening!

Mar 09 2020

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#190: Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler—Could conflict at work actually be a good thing?

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Workplace drama is why so many employees dread Monday mornings and struggle to work as a team. And unfortunately, nobody is immune to it. But what if conflict didn’t have to be so stressful? What if it could actually lead to best-case-scenarios for everyone involved? Today’s guest, Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, believes it can. She’s the author of Optimal Outcomes and today she’s giving you her strategies for understanding, managing, and even negotiating conflict. After this episode, you won’t have to worry about hard conversations at work anymore! Listen now!

Mar 02 2020

29mins

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#189: Jeremy Vallerand—Three Ways to Grow Your Nonprofit With Storytelling

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If you run a nonprofit, you’ve probably wondered whether the StoryBrand Framework will work for you. Here’s a secret -- it totally will! But don’t just take our word for it. We’ve invited Jeremy Vallerand to the podcast to share how Rescue:Freedom International is using the StoryBrand Framework every day. It’s helped them talk about what they do, share stories of the people they serve, and expand their relationships with donors. And it can do the same for your nonprofit, too. Listen now!

Feb 24 2020

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#188: Doug Keim— Why You Need a Coach Instead of a Cheerleader

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Good business coaches can make a big difference in the success of your company. But if your “coach” just roots for you from the sidelines, they might actually be more of a cheerleader than a coach. Our Executive Vice President, Doug Keim, acts as our coach at StoryBrand everyday and he’s sharing the nine areas where every business needs good coaching. This episode is full of practical tips that you can implement in your business right now. Plus — we’re announcing some exciting news about what’s around the corner at StoryBrand. You don’t want to miss this!

Feb 17 2020

44mins

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#187: Ben Weprin—How to Create A Magical Brand

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As a StoryBrand podcast listener, you know all about creating great marketing. But do you know how to create a great brand? Crafting a brand that gets people excited is no small task. That’s why we invited Ben Weprin, mastermind behind Soho House and Graduate hotels, to share how he’s built a brand that welcomes people to live inside of a story. He’s a master of whimsy and believes if you can build a magical brand, it might be the most meaningful part of your life.

Feb 10 2020

52mins

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#186: Dr. Wayne Baker—Unlock the Power of Asking for Help

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People can’t help you if they don’t know what you need. But it’s hard to ask for help -- so you usually wind up just doing the job yourself. Dr. Wayne Baker, author of All You Have to Do Is Ask, has harnessed the power of asking for help. This episode doesn’t stop at why it’s so important. It actually gives you practical tools to overcome your fear of asking. If you’ve ever needed help but didn’t know how to ask, this episode is for you!

Feb 03 2020

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#185: Shelle Rose Charvet—How to Learn What Your Customers Want (And Make More Money)

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Have you ever wished you could just read your customers’ minds and know exactly how to sell them your product? Spoiler alert: telepathy is impossible, but today’s guest has a formula that can get you pretty close. Shelle Rose Charvet is the author of Words that Change Minds and she knows how to figure out what customers want. If you’ve ever struggled with sales, negotiation, or communication in general, her 14-part framework is here to help!

Jan 27 2020

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#184: Allan Langer—Five Secrets to Pricing Your Product

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Could your price actually become a selling point for your product? On today’s podcast, author and speaker Allan Langer shares his secret to pricing products in a way that makes them sell. It isn’t about cutting costs and running sales -- it’s about using price as a sales strategy. When you implement these five practical tips, you’ll harness the power of pricing once and for all.

Jan 20 2020

26mins

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#183: Michele Cushatt—How to be Vulnerable Without Risking Control

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We don't have very many emotionally healthy leaders anymore, and the ones who are don't get the microphone. We often feel like we're being led by a bunch of adult children. Emotionally healthy leaders are an imperative in our culture, and on today’s podcast, we talk with author and speaker Michele Cushatt, who shares some paradigm-shifting knowledge about how to be vulnerable without risking control as a leader.

Jan 13 2020

26mins

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By Hunter bends - May 14 2020
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I originally found Don Miller through his book Blue Like Jazz. Then my girlfriend, a financial advisor, turned me onto this podcast. Amazing. Recently I went back to episode one so I could re listen to my favorites. Thank you and keep up the great work.

A weekly regular!

By Katy Barclay - Apr 18 2020
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Don’s messages are practical and inspiring! I love the insight I’ve gained from this podcast as an entrepreneur. It’s a weekly regular for me and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to be a stronger leader or hold influence to affect change.