Rank #1: Managing Employees 101 (Part 4) - How to Effectively Manage Millennials | When You Care About Them, They Care About You
“Management is mentorship. If you are not willing to personally invest in the personal development of your team, you will lose. You will lose high-quality millennial employees, and you will be destroyed, dominated and decimated by your competition who is willing to mentor their employees.” - Clay Clark
Rank #2: Managing Employees 101 (Part 3) | How to Create a Culture of Accountability
“Capitalism requires individual responsibility and accountability. People are seen as atomized units in a capitalist system - they are either useful, or they are not. They are not seen racially or ethnically or religiously. They consume and they produce, and those are their only relevant characteristics.” - Ben Shapiro (An American conservative political commentator, writer, and lawyer)
Rank #3: Will You Fire Nike, In-N-Out Burger, the VMA Awards and the NFL?
People can say and feel what they want, but consumers ultimately vote with their dollars. During today’s show, Clay and Z break down the controversies surrounding Nike, In-N-Out Burger, the VMA (Video Music Awards) and the NFL (National Football League) and the capitalist reality that consumers vote with their dollars.
Rank #4: How to Go Viral and Reach Millions, with MIT Graduate and Physicist Joseph Romm
Joseph J. Romm, the legendary MIT graduate and physicist who was brought on as a strategic consultant to work with James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger on the creation of the SHOWTIME documentary called “YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY” talks about how to go viral and reach millions as well as breaks down his newest book, How to Go Viral and Reach Millions: Top Persuasion Secrets from Social Media Superstars, Jesus, Shakespeare, Oprah, and Even Donald Trump.
Rank #5: Managing Employees 101 (Part 2) - Why Management Is Mentorship
“The ability to deal with people is as purchasable a commodity as sugar or coffee and I will pay more for that ability than for any other under the sun.” - John D. Rockefeller (Rockefeller became an assistant bookkeeper at the age of 16, and went into a business partnership with Maurice B. Clark and his brothers at 20)
Rank #6: No One Respects a Lazy, Late, Un-Disciplined and Ignorant Boss - How to Inspire Your Team - A Knowledge Bomb
Discover Napoleon Hill’s 11 Attributes of all Successful Leaders. Learning how to become an inspirational leader.
Rank #7: A Biblical Invitation to Create, Innovate and Risk with National Best-Selling Author Jordan Raynor
The best-selling author Jordan Raynor who has previously spoken at Harvard University, SXSW, TEDx and who once served in White House under President George W. Bush shares his about the Biblical Invitation to Create, Innovate and Risk.
Rank #8: Rich Dad Poor Dad Author (Sharon Lechter) Teaches Why You Can’t Delegate Financials and Cash Flow 101
Are you trying to save time by delegating the auditing of your finances to an employee? If so, listen is as Clay Clark interviews the author of the best selling book Rich Dad Poor Dad, Sharon Lechter on the Thrivetime show podcast.
Rank #9: Why College Might Not Be For You with Rich Dad Poor Dad Author Sharon Lechter
Should you go to college? On today’s episode of the Thrivetime Show, Clay Clark is interviewing Sharon Lechter, author of the best selling book Rich Dad Poor Dad, about whether or not going into tremendous amounts of debt for education is a good decision for you.
Rank #10: Equal Opportunity Versus Equal Outcome with Ben Shapiro
On today’s Thrivetime Show episode, Clay Clark is interviewing conservative firebrand Ben Shapiro and gets his take on the state of affairs in the United States. Ben is the editor-in-chief for The Daily Wire, which he founded, and hosts The Ben Shapiro Show