All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett

All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett

From Main Street to Wall Street, global business celebrity and former Fortune 100 C-Suite executive, Jeffrey Hayzlett, brings you insights from today's biggest headline makers. Listen in as Jeffrey Hayzlett, goes inside the good, bad and the ugly of recent business. It's ALL BUSINESS with Jeffrey Hayzlett featured on CBS', the web's premier destination for podcasts and the best in-class on-demand including 60 Minutes, CBS Sports Radio, 48 Hours, and Vox.e.

Topics Covered: Marketing, financing, leadership, business strategy, motivation, politics, business trends, and sales.

 Listeners of this podcast also like: Bloomberg, CNN, Freakonomics, NPR News, StartUp, EO Fire, Art of the Charm, The Tim Ferris Show, Radio Lab, This American Life, Smart Passive Income, Stuff You Should Know, Planet Money.

  • Thursday, January 12th
  • EP 100: The Business PhD Show—Lessons from the Best of the Best

    Jeffrey celebrates his 100th episode by taking a look back at some of his favorite moments and recapping the top lessons learned over the last two years. This is the show that will give you a PhD in what to do in business and what not to do. Featuring: Barbara Corcoran, Jon Taffer, Gail Simmons, Piers Morgan, Penn Jillette, Grant Cardone, Beth Comstock, John LeFevre, Christie Hefner and Gene Simmons.
  • Thursday, January 5th
  • EP 99: If I were CMO of America—Do we need an image reform ahead of Trump’s Inauguration?

    On January 20th, 2017, President Elect Donald Trump will take office and, whether you love him or loathe him, we can all agree that it’s shaken our country’s image. As a former CMO, Jeffery found himself wondering what would he do if he was “CMO of America”? How is our country seen globally? How can we change that or do we even need to? To discuss this topic and all things political Jeffrey is joined by speechwriter, debate coach, spokesperson, polltaker, television, print and radio advertising strategist, Jay Townsend. Jay has worked on four presidential campaigns, scores of U.S. Senate, Gubernatorial and Congressional races, and a myriad of County Executive, Mayoral, legislative and judicial contests. Welcome to All Business, Jay. Lessons Learned:
    Social Media has changed the way we do politics and will continue to do so
    Donald Trump can sell America, its what he does best
    Trump will be controversial and will shake things up but the system will survive
  • Thursday, December 29th, 2016
  • EP 98: Cheers to Business in the New Year… A look back at 2016 and the Year Ahead

    As the year comes to an end, Jeffrey sits down with Sharon Miller the Head of Small Business at Bank of America to look back at business in 2016 and what we should expect heading into the New Year. Miller and her team are responsible for delivering business and personal financial solutions to the company’s 3 million small business owners and entrepreneurs. Jeffrey and Sharon wrap up the year with a discussion on all things small business to help prepare you for a prosperous 2017. Happy New Year! Lessons Learned:
    • Make sure you have a business plan that can be adapted over time
    • Healthcare is the number one concern of small businesses across the country
    • All businesses have a lifecycle, make sure you have a succession plan
    • Its important to broaden your community of advisors to include people other than friends and family
  • Thursday, December 22nd, 2016
  • EP: 97 Growing Hair and Success … Is it time to take your small business global?

    In 2012, Ryan Lane decided to pursue his dream and turn down a stable job when they asked him to shave his beard. He then launched Dream Beard, with his wife Brittany, with just $46 to their name and no formal business training. Today, Dream Beard is a profitable e-commerce business selling beard oil and other male grooming products. They join Jeffrey to discuss the difficulties and benefits of taking a small business global.

    Lessons Learned:
    • Don’t bite off more than you can chew – focus on one country at a time
    • Know your market and be able to adapt to their customs and regulations
    • Social media is great, but don’t underestimate the power of e-mail marketing
  • Thursday, December 15th, 2016
  • EP 96: No Pain, No Gain… The Business of MMA

    Carlos Silva, CEO of the World Series of Fighting (WSOF), joins Jeffrey. WSOF is a leader in the MMA fight-based promotion industry and as CEO, Carlos was immediately tasked with spearheading and growing the WSOF brand. Jeffrey and Carlos discuss their upcoming event in New York City, standing out amongst tough competition, and the growing business of fight-based promotion.

    Lessons Learned:

    In business, you have to push hard and it’s not always easy to do it
    No Pain, No Gain -- you have to create tension in business
    As the younger and newer company in the industry, innovation and agility are key
    Keep learning as you’re growing
  • Thursday, December 8th, 2016
  • EP 95: From the Football Field to the Audition Room to the Board Room and the Lessons Learned In Between

    Thomas Q. Jones, a former NFL running back, actor, and entrepreneur joins Jeffrey. They discuss what made him change his career path and dive headfirst, not into the end zone, but into the vicious world of entertainment. Then, after racking up numerous acting credits of his own, he founded the mobile application Castar—which is a community that connects entertainment executives and producers with the talent their looking to hire. Lessons Learned: When approaching a challenge, don’t ask why but “why not?”
    Don’t let a lack of knowledge discourage you from chasing your dreams
    Be confident because you know you’ll put in the work to succeed
  • Thursday, December 1st, 2016
  • EP 94: Does Your Business Need a Reality Check?... Carol Roth joins Jeffrey

    Carol Roth joins Jeffrey. National media personality and New York Times Bestseller, Carol is an entrepreneur that provides strategic business strategy and planning to both entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies. She always tells it like it is and visits All Business to share her tactics, the story behind her business column- Spinach In Your Teeth and why she believes entrepreneurs need a regular reality check.

    Lessons Learned:

    Win the war, not always the battle.
    Don’t wear business beer goggles!
    Don’t quit your day job… test your ideas before you put it all on the line.
    Watch out for your ego! Is this going to have real ROI or just make you feel special?
    Honesty is always the best policy in business.
  • Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016
  • EP 93: The Business of Religion, Giving Back, and Learning from Faith

    Does religion have a place in business? Jeffrey examines this controversial topic with Dr. Michael Brown, the Senior Minister of Marble Collegiate Church in New York City. Dr. Brown joins Jeffrey to discuss how the modern Protestant church has evolved, the Power of Positive thinking, and business lessons from the church. Lessons Learned: o It’s always good to be grounded.
    o Be careful of the smallest details.
    o Don’t jump to conclusions.
    o What’s your extended pew? Recognize the importance of the “unseen” audience.
  • Thursday, November 17th, 2016
  • EP 92: Exploring the Healing Power of Music

    Michael Rossato-Bennett writer, director and producer of Alive Inside joins Jeffrey to discuss how music can reawaken the minds of Alzheimer’s and dementia patients.

    Lessons Learned:
    • It’s time to change the way we think about aging
    • Give, Give, Give to Get, Get, Get
    • Our culture is facing a potential age war, but we can stop it
    • It’s never too early to make a plan for your future
    • Music’s incredible ability to heal and could save our culture millions in elder care
  • Thursday, November 10th, 2016
  • EP 91: How Millennials and Savvy Shoppers are Disrupting the Jewelry Industry

    CEO & Founder of Angara Jewelry, Ankur Daga, joins me to discuss the business of crafting perfection, how to market luxury items in a recession, and the importance of adapting to consumer’s needs. Lessons Learned:  Know your peak season and have a plan to tackle it.
    Is customer always right? Know when to give consumers what they want; it could be what saves your business.
    Pay attention to industry trends and recognize when disruption is coming. 
    Be the experts and the capital will follow.  
    Vertical integration is key. See your idea through from inception through production. 
  • Thursday, November 3rd, 2016
  • EP: 90 How to Become the ‘Best of the Best’ in Innovation

    Thomas Edison once said, “I have not failed. I’ve found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”

    Today’s guests are known for identifying and honoring those who make things work. Inspired by their namesake, the Edison Awards are the global leader in recognizing, honoring, and fostering innovation and innovators. Frank Bonafilia, Executive Director, Edison Awards and Clint Robinson, Associate Vice President, Black & Veatch & Edison Awards Steering Committee member join Jeffrey.

    Lessons Learned:

    • Recognize both the thinkers and the doers
    • Focus on the innovation within the product, what makes you different
    • Don’t rush, spend the time needed to excel
    • Video is key in today’s YouTube-educated society
    • Quit talking to the mirror and find a new audience to share your ideas with
  • Thursday, October 27th, 2016
  • EP 89: The Missing Link in Business… a Willingness to Teach Others?

    What does a Two-Time Defensive Player of the Year, NBA Record Holder for Most Blocked Shots in a Single Season, and NBA ALL-Star know about business? Mark Eaton joins Jeffrey to share what he’s been up to after retirement and how his basketball career has helped him in business.

    Lessons Learned:

    You can’t control it all – no matter how talented you are.
    Recognize and exploit your talents.
    Always make others look good.
    Protect your teammates – give them the strategy they need to succeed.
    Great coaches are the difference in the game we play.
  • Thursday, October 20th, 2016
  • EP 88: Your company isn’t as unique as you think… that’s a good thing.

    Talent is your company’s biggest asset. HR goliath, Oracle, has applied some unique tactics to attract, recruit, and retain the best in class people to achieve their business goals. Oracle’s VP of Development of Human Capital Management (HCM), Chris Leone, joins All Business and elaborates on how they became #1 in nearly every category in their industry by focusing on one thing – people first. Lessons Include: •   HR transformation should be at the top of every executive’s agenda – not the bottom. •   Talent = Human Capital •   Bigger isn’t always better – small to midsized businesses are ideal for digital transformation to the cloud. •   What’s the key to HR success for both employees and companies? Predictive behavior. •   Digital Native vs. Digital Migrant – what’s the importance of taking millennials and baby boomers out of the conversation?
  • Thursday, October 13th, 2016
  • EP 87: Staying Innovative, Competitive, and Spirited…Lessons from Competitive Cheerleading

    Cheerleading is a multimillion dollar industry. So who is dominating this business?
    Varsity Brands Founder and Chairman, Jeff Webb, joins me today as we take a unique look at cheerleading and assess how it has operated as a business – from being on TV for over 32 years to new stunts being developed.
    Jeff’s lessons are:
    • Spirit isn’t just for schools – but for business too.
    • You must take your competitors seriously – even when you’re the leader in your industry.
    • Why it is important to reinvest in your industry to ensure it stays viable and continues to grow.
    • Stay ambitious – never be satisfied.
    • Exploit your fear of failure.
  • Thursday, October 6th, 2016
  • EP 86: The Big Adjustment for Men’s Underwear… Tommy John’s founder Tom Patterson

    Jeffrey uncovers issues that have plagued the men’s undergarment industry for ages: bunching and slipping. Tommy John founder, Tom Patterson joins Jeffrey. In 2008, Tom Patterson developed an innovative collection of undergarments made
    of propriety materials – patented stay tucked undershirts, non-bunching underwear and socks that never fall down. Today, Tommy John is recognized as an exciting menswear brand, ever expanding, and leading the way in terms of fit, fabric, and functionality.
  • Thursday, September 29th, 2016
  • EP 85: Harley Flanagan, New York City legend & founding father of Hard-Core Punk

    New York legend and founding-father of they city’s hard-core punk scene, Harley Flanagan, joins Jeffrey. Harley is a founding member of the notorious band the Cro-Mags and is sharing his story in a new memoir called, “Hard Core: Life of My Own.” The book tells the story of a child prodigy navigating the controversial punk rock scene, experimenting with drugs and violence and hanging out with Andy Warhol and Allen Ginsberg. This interview explores that and more as Harley takes Jeffrey back to a different time in New York City’s history.
  • Thursday, September 22nd, 2016
  • EP: 84 From Tina Fey to Google… Kelly Leonard Has Worked with Them All

    Kelly Leonard has been working with the famous Chicago Improv theater Second City for nearly three decades. He is considered a major force behind the “renaissance and expansion” of Second City and it’s alumni’s current dominance of late night television. Famous alums include Tina Fey, Seth Meyers, Stephen Colbert and more. Today, Leonard is running Kelly Leonard Productions, an entity housed within the Second City umbrella. He also recently wrote a book exploring how the Second City methodology can be applied to business. He joins Jeffrey to discuss improv & business, what he learned from Tina Fey and more on this episode.
  • Thursday, September 15th, 2016
  • EP: 83 The Bug Bars... Pat Crowley says Eat Crickets!

    From surf guide, to whitewater rafting guide, to hydrologist, to now insect-eating entrepreneur, Pat Crowley has always been driven by his passion to ensure a more sustainable water future. After a year of hitchhiking through Mexico and Central America, Pat Crowley returned to the US and received a M.S. in Watershed Hydrology, intending to use his education towards solving global water dilemmas he witnessed in his travels. His concern for our water future here at home increased as he observed the disproportionate rate of water consumption vs. availability. After some time working in public water planning agencies Pat decided to address the issue on a consumer level and co-founded Chapul, LLC in 2012. Today, Chapul is the maker of the award winning Original Cricket Bar and a successful gradate of the TV show, Shark Tank. He joins us today to discuss the importance of sustainable business.
  • Thursday, September 8th, 2016
  • EP: 82 An Out-Of-Home Advertising Revolution

    Scott Wells is leading a legacy business transformation in the out-of-home industry. He is the CEO of Clear Channel Outdoor Americas where he is responsible for vision and strategy across all functions. He joins Jeffrey today to discuss his leadership mission and how he created a strategy that delivers superior customer results by championing innovation and insights.
  • Thursday, September 1st, 2016
  • EP 81: Will the Cannabis Business Go Up in Smoke?!

    This episode examines the booming marijuana industry. With twenty-five states and the District of Columbia currently having laws legalizing marijuana in some form the industry is showing no signs of slowing down. But just how far has it come and how far does it need to go in order to be a viable investment option? President of Teewinot Life Sciences, Robert Hunt, joins Jeffrey to discuss everything from medical legalization to recreational legalization to investing in the industry.
  • Thursday, August 25th, 2016
  • EP 80: Are Sales and Marketing Teams Failing? Yes!

    Whether you’re leading a major corporation or a small business you have probably wondered if you’re marketing was effective or if you’re sales team was following-up on the leads being generated by marketing. According to Optimizo, that’s often not the case. In fact, they reported that 79 percent of leads generated by marketing do not get followed up on from sales. So how do you get you’re sales and marketing teams to work together? Former Xerox, Adobe and Cisco executive Kay Kienast has a solution. She joins us today explain why you need a Chief Revenue Officer!
  • Thursday, August 18th, 2016
  • EP 79: Building an Entrepreneurial University… Dr. Nido Qubein, President High Point University

    Jeffrey is joined by the seventh president of High Point University, Dr. Nido Qubein. Since taking the helm at High Point he has been forging new opportunities for HPU by focusing on experiential education and holistic, value-based learning. He joins Hayzlett, to discuss his journey from aspirational teen to leading one of the country’s most notable institutions.
  • Thursday, August 11th, 2016
  • EP 78: Head North to Alaska!

    In our first on location interview Jeffrey sits down with the President & CEO of the Anchorage Development Corporation, Bill Popp. Why is everyone so obsessed with Alaska? Is life on the frontier really that different? And how does all of this effect the states economy and businesses? Jeffrey and Bill discuss it all.
  • Thursday, August 4th, 2016
  • EP 77: You're Invited! The Business of Bringing People Together... evite CEO, Victor Cho

    Jeffrey is joined by the CEO of evite, Victor Cho. evite is the leading digital invitation platform sending over 200 million invitations a year. However, Cho says they’ve just begun to scratch the surface of their full potential. So what’s ahead for evite and how does Cho plan to reinvent the brand? He explains on this episode.
  • Thursday, July 28th, 2016
  • EP 76: Bridging the gap between online advertising and direct digital marketing… Matt McGowan of Adestra

    For the past several years, a great deal of effort has gone into bridging the gap between online advertising and direct digital marketing. As advertising continues to grow online, the need for addressing individual messages is greater than it has ever been. Jeffrey’s guest today is helping businesses address this challenge through e-mail marketing. Matt McGowan, president of Adestra, joins Hayzlett to share what he’s learned throughout his 20 years as a digital marketer.
  • Thursday, July 21st, 2016
  • EP 75: Don’t wait until it’s too late! Consider legal advice before launching your business

    John Suh, CEO of LegalZoom, is a self-proclaimed serial entrepreneur and has founded and led numerous successful businesses. Making him the perfect person to help business leaders navigate the legal field as they launch and run their businesses. In fact, LegalZoom has helped start over a million small businesses since its inception in 2001 – including WordPress and LivingSocial. He joins us today to discuss the ways the company has changed since their launch 15 years ago and what you need to know about the law before starting a business.
  • Thursday, July 14th, 2016
  • EP 74: The Barefoot Wine Story… From the Laundry Room to the Boardroom

    Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey are the founders of the massively popular wine label, Barefoot Wine. They join Jeffrey to share their journey from a small start-up that began in a laundry room to the board-room of the world's largest wine company. Starting with no money and no knowledge of their industry, Michael and Bonnie bootstrapped a novel brand and disrupted their industry. They eventually sold Barefoot to E&J Gallo and today they are sharing their success story through two bestselling books and an Internet series geared at Entrepreneurs.
  • Thursday, July 7th, 2016
  • EP 73: Do you fear financial security?...Northwestern Mutual has some Tips

    Did you know that nearly 7 out of 10 people believe there is a likelihood of outliving their savings and yet nearly half of them have taken no steps to address that risk. In fact, nearly a third of Americans do not feel financially secure. Greg Oberland president of Northwestern Mutual joins us to to help us better understand how to best protect our finances today and in the future.
  • Thursday, June 30th, 2016
  • EP 72: Social Media Essentials Your Business Needs to Know… Rob Harles from Accenture

    Today, every company knows they need to be on social media. However, there is still a fundamental challenge to find the appropriate media mix and the real ROI of social media. Rob Harles, the head of social business and collaboration at Accenture, understands those challenges and how to manage them. Accenture is the leading global professional services company, providing clients a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. This guy knows social media and he joins us to help us better understand the best ways to use social for business.
  • Thursday, June 23rd, 2016
  • EP 71: Ending the Awkard Elevator Ride One Screen at a Time

    Every morning thousands of Americans walk through an office lobby to an elevator where they spend anywhere from 30 seconds to a minute standing still. It’s one of the few times during the day where office employees are truly a captive audience. My next guest’s company has learned how to maximize their impact with that audience by putting over 10,000 screens streaming content in elevators across the country. Scott Marden, CMO of Captivate, joins Jeffrey.
  • Thursday, June 16th, 2016
  • EP 70: Controversy Good for Business?.... Tilted Kilt’s Ron Lynch

    Everyone knows that sex sells, but where do you draw the line when you're trying to run a respectable business? That’s what I’d like to ask today’s guest Ron Lynch the president and founder of the Tilted Kilt Franchise Operating LLC who appeared on the hit CBS show “Undercover Boss”. The company whose restaurants are famously PG-13 began franchising in 2006. Today they have approximately 105 locations and are continuing to grow. He joins me to discuss what he learned from his experience on “Undercover Boss”, the decision to enter into a somewhat controversial business and the future for Tilted Kilt.
  • Thursday, June 9th, 2016
  • EP 69: Investing in Comic Books...Omar Spahi from OSSM Comics

    Jeffrey takes a look at the massively popular comic book industry. Domestic sales of comics and graphic novels have been rising for years and with Hollywood doubling down on comic book franchises we’ll likely see even more growth this year. However, the industry is still largely dominated by two publishers, Marvel and DC Comics, who represent more than half of industry sales. So how does an indie publisher stand out? How can they disrupt the industry? Omar Spahi founder of OSSM Comics answers those questions and more.
  • Thursday, June 2nd, 2016
  • EP 68: Ford Gets Back To Racing Roots... Henry Ford III Explains Why

    This week’s guest is the descendant of one of the most well-known business families in the US, the Ford Motor Company. Last month, Ford announced the unveiling of the highly-anticipated and limited production, ultra-high-performance Ford GT Supercar. With a listing price of around $400k this luxury motorcar has come a long way since the creation of the first assembly line. I’m sitting down with Henry Ford III, the great grandson of the founder of Ford Motor Company to discuss the GT Supercar and the evolution of Ford’s Business Model.
  • Thursday, May 26th, 2016
  • EP 67: From Turning Down the Sharks to Becoming a Leader in Tech-Clothing

    In 2000, Scott Jordan set out to solve a common and growing problem: he loved gadgets, but there was no easy way to carry, organize, access and protect them while he traveled. So Scott Jordan created SCOTTeVEST. Today, he is known as one of the most controversial Shark Tank guests of all time but just because he didn’t agree with the shark doesn’t mean he didn’t understand his business. With several patents and nearly 10 million pockets sold, SCOTTeVEST has developed a full line of tech-enabled, multi-pocket clothing for men and women. He’s sitting down with me to share his Shark Tank story and how he continues to grow his business.
  • Thursday, May 19th, 2016
  • EP 66: Is e-mail marketing dead?... No!

    The average person gets 121 e-mails a day. The human race as a whole gets 193.3 billion e-mails and business e-mails account for 108.7 billion. That’s a lot of e-mail! So how can businesses stand out from the crowd? We asked the experts at Constant Contact that questions and more. This week, Jeffrey is joined by Dave McCann the Vice President of Customer Success at Constant Contact.
  • Thursday, May 12th, 2016
  • EP 65: Print is far from dead at Crain Communications. KC Crain Explains the Secrets Behind 100 Years of Publishing

    We have been hearing about the changing publishing world for many years now. Newspapers are shutting their doors, social media platforms are becoming full -fledged publishers and even successful media outlets are shifting their content models to keep up. So when Jeffrey heard that Crain Communications was celebrating their 100th anniversary he knew he wanted to speak to them and find out how they were staying relevant and continuing to grow. This week’s guest is the Executive Vice Presidents and Director of Cooperate Operations at Crain Communication, KC Crain.
  • Thursday, May 5th, 2016
  • EP 64: Nice People, Nice Technology, Nice Customers... Barak Eilam CEO of Nice Systems

    This week’s guest is the CEO of Nice Systems, Barak Eilam. Founded in 1986, Nice is a Worldwide leading provider of software solutions that enable organizations to take the next best actions in order to improve customer experience and business results, ensure compliance, fight financial crime, and safeguard people and assets. They rank among world’s most innovative companies and have over 25,000 customers in 150 countries. Today, I want to talk to Barak about his company and how business leaders can understand and use big data.
  • Thursday, April 28th, 2016
  • EP 63: Inside the 12 Billion Dollar Beauty Industry with TV Star Dr. Tabasum Mir

    Today we are discussing the business of being beautiful. Each year Americans spend roughly 12 billion a year on cosmetic surgical and non-surgical procedures. That’s not including the billions more spent on cosmetics, skincare and hair care. This is a huge industry so I invited fellow Play.It podcaster Dr. Tabasum Mir on the show to help me understand the industry and examine why we’re so obsessed with beauty.
  • Thursday, April 21st, 2016
  • EP 62: America’s beer revolution. Jim Koch the founding father of Sam Adams, on how he brewed craft beer into an empire.

    Today, the United States craft beer industry employs over 100,000 individuals brewing more than 24 million barrels of beer per year, generating roughly $22.3 billion in retail sales. However in 1984, when Jim Koch decided to start a brewing company, that was not the case. In fact, it seemed like an unwinnable David and Goliath struggle: one guy against the mammoth American beer industry. When others scoffed at Jim Koch’s plan to leave his consulting job and start a brewery that would challenge American palates, he chose a nineteenth-century family recipe and launched Samuel Adams. As co-founder and Chairman of The Boston Beer Company he is releasing a new book called “Quench Your Own Thirst: Business Lessons Learned Over a Beer or Two” to tell his stories of founding and growing his business. He joins us to discuss his success and why he hopes the future the beer industry is in craft brewing.
  • Thursday, April 7th, 2016
  • EP 61: Is the Middle Class a scam? Grant Cardone says yes.

    Successful speaker and entrepreneur Grant Cardone joins Jeffrey. They discuss whether or not the middle class is a myth , building personal fame and why you should never call your business small.
  • Thursday, March 31st, 2016
  • EP 60: Win in the SHARK TANK-- the POWER of Broke with DAYMOND JOHN!

    The Shark, Daymond John, sits down with Jeffrey to share his journey from a $40 budget to a six billion dollar brand. Daymond is the founder of FUBU, Presidential Ambassador of Global Entrepreneurship and Co-star of ABC's Shark Tank.
  • Thursday, March 24th, 2016
  • EP 59: Excuse me, my eyes are up here: The rise of heat-mapping

    Companies every where are finding new ways to optimize their websites. Heat-maps provide a graphical report on what people are looking at, and what they're not, on your website. Neil Patel, co-founder of Crazy Egg helps companies like Amazon, NBC, GM, HP and Viacom grow their revenue via heat-maps and explains their value in this weeks episode. He has been called a top influencer on the web and Entrepreneur Magazine says he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies in the world. He was recognized as a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 30 by President Obama and one of the top 100 entrepreneurs under the age of 35 by the United Nations. Neil has also been awarded Congressional Recognition from the United States House of Representatives. He joins us today to share his success story.
  • Thursday, March 17th, 2016
  • EP 58: Is Franchising Still Relevant?

    Franchising has played an immense role in the creation of the American dream. Join Richard Lowe, president of Franchise Services, Inc. and the President of Sir Speedy-- the world’s largest network of printing and marketing services franchise. Lowe provides an inside look on the current state of franchising.
  • Thursday, March 10th, 2016
  • EP 57: No Girls Allowed?...Women in the boardroom

    As of last year Only 14.2% of the top five leadership positions at the companies in the S&P 500 are held by women. Founder of Woman in the boardroom, Sheila Ronning is one of the nation’s top leadership and board service experts joins Jeffrey to discuss why more women aren’t in the boardroom and how she plans to change that.
  • Thursday, March 3rd, 2016
  • EP 56: Cashing in on YouTube

    How Entrepreneur Cassey Ho, creator of the POP Pilates, in 1 year went from teaching 4 students pilates in a studio to over 100M+ views on YouTube, making over $2.5 M along the way. This internet entrepreneur used YouTube to build an online following into the wildly popular website and YouTube channel Blogillates, she is one of many monetizing her YouTube Channel
  • Thursday, February 25th, 2016
  • EP 55: Taking Shots With John Taffer

    Star of Spike TV’s hit series Bar Rescue, John Taffer sits down on All Business to share his candid advice for running a successful business in the cut-throat food and beverage industry.
  • Thursday, February 18th, 2016
  • EP 54: Get Up and Do Something.... The Business of Social Change

    38:17 is one of the largest global organizations inspiring young people to create social change. The group tackles volunteer campaigns that impact every cause from poverty to discrimination to the environment and everything in between. Their CEO, Aria Finger, joined the organization in 2005 working as an associate on various aspects of a campaign. Since then she has helped grow DoSomething’s membership to over 5 million in 130 different countries. Aria visits Jeffrey on All Business to discuss business behind making an impact.
  • Thursday, February 11th, 2016
  • EP 53: Hand Fetish: The business of high-end Luxury Watches.

    Ralph Simons, CEO of Chopard, a company that is world renowned for its luxury jewelry and a favorite of celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence. Ralph has extensive international experience in general commercial and marketing management and is joining us today to give us an inside glimpse into his luxury world.
  • Thursday, February 4th, 2016
  • EP 52: Sell Your Soul to Build Your Business

    Oprah Winfrey called her the thought leader for the next generation. Marie Forleo is a Life coach, motivational speaker, author and web TV host and joins Jeffrey to discuss the importance of pouring your heart into your business.
  • Thursday, January 28th, 2016
  • EP 51: The most influential woman in business

    The San Francisco Business Times ranked Marianne Bamonte as one of the most influential women in business in 2015 and she joins Jeffrey to share her tips for getting ahead in the finance industry.
  • Thursday, January 21st, 2016
  • EP 50: Families who Pawn Together stay Together… Hardcore Pawn’s Ashley Gold

    Learn about the business of pawning with Hardcore Pawn star, Ashley Gold. Ashley has been in the pawn business since she was seven years old and signed her first pawn slip at her father’s shop. Since then she went on to graduate from Michigan State University and the Gemological Institute to become a fierce female in the male dominated pawn industry. Ashley joins Jeffrey to discuss the family business, life on reality TV and her tips for pawning.
  • Thursday, January 14th, 2016
  • EP 49: No Bullshit Marketing

    Everyone claims to be an expert in marketing these days. In this episode we breakdown the bullshit. Renowned social media expert, author and digital media strategist, Jason Falls joins All Business in this weeks episode to discuss why e-mail isn’t dead, social media best practices, and the importance of following your gut. We also test his knowledge of his favorite team, the Pittsburg Pirates, in a cutthroat round of rapid fire.
  • Thursday, January 7th, 2016
  • EP 48: Cycling, Doping and Recovery.... Lessons from Tyler Hamilton's Comeback Story

    Tyler Hamilton was once one of the world’s top-ranked cyclists—a fierce competitor renowned among his peers for his uncanny endurance and epic tolerance for pain. He started his career with the U.S. Postal Service team in the 1990s and quickly rose to become Lance Armstrong’s most trusted lieutenant, and a member of his inner circle. But just weeks after Hamilton reached his own personal pinnacle—winning the gold medal at the 2004 Olympics—his career came to a sudden end: he was found guilty of doping and exiled from the sport. Today, Hamilton is a best-selling author and notable speaker teaching the world the power of the truth. He joins Jeffrey on All Business to share his story.
  • Tuesday, December 29th, 2015
  • EP 47: Behind the Scenes of the Multi-Billion Dollar Food Industry

    All Business makes a trip to the kitchen with culinary expert, food writer and TV personality, Gail Simmons. After getting her start writing restaurant reviews, Gail continued to excel in her career by working for an esteemed food critic at Vogue and at legendary restaurants like, Le Cirque. She went on to be the director of special projects at Food and Wine and used her extensive expertise to be a judge for the past 12 seasons on BRAVO’S Emmy-winning series “Top Chef” which is now entering its thirteenth season. Gail joins me to Jeffrey to talk about the cooking business.
  • Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015
  • EP 46: AccuWeather is Raining Business

    Every day over a billion people rely on AccuWeather to help them plan their lives, protect their businesses, and get more from their day. AccuWeather founder, Joel Myers was called the most respected source on the business of meteorology by The New York Times. He defined the modern day weather forecast and is the founder, president and chairmen of the board of Accuweather. Here from the man that created the storm.
  • Thursday, December 17th, 2015
  • EP 45: Are you maximizing your Business travel points?

    Want to know the best ways to maximize your rewards memberships and travel points? All Business sits down with Brian Kelly, "The Points Guy" in this weeks episode. Kelly is the leader and influencer in the industry of points, miles and travel. Learn how you can take advantage of the money you’re already spending on your business trips.
  • Thursday, December 10th, 2015
  • EP 44: The Art of Charm

    Jordan Harbinger went from podcast to millions as host of The Art of Charm show. Jeffrey and Jordan discuss how to win in business by using your natural charm, the power of networking and even some tips for getting out a scary situations.
  • Thursday, December 3rd, 2015
  • EP 43: How one News anchor risked it all over a startup.

    Celebrated journalist and social media visionary, Mark Little shares the inside story. Mark was a prime time news anchor for Ireland’s RTE and the network’s first Washington correspondent. In 2009, he shocked audiences by leaving his cushy network job to launch a start-up called News Corp acquired Storyful in 2013 and today has nearly 90 employees all over the world. Mark left his start up in June of 2015 and joins Jeffrey to discuss what he’s been up to.
  • Thursday, November 19th, 2015
  • EP 42: How GE continues to innovate what Thomas Edison invented.

    Vice Chair of GE, Beth Comstock joins Hayzlett on All Business to discuss her role of Business Innovation at GE. Comstock is the first female vice chair in the company’s history. She held the post of Chief Marketing Officer at GE since 2003 and is now leading their Business Innovation team where she works to accelerate the Industrial Internet, enhance clean-energy and affordable-health offerings, and cultivate partnerships that grow GE’s inventive culture and brand. Learn how Comstock leads the challenges of innovating in a traditional space and shinning the spotlight on light bulbs.
  • Thursday, November 12th, 2015
  • EP 41: Finding the next Thomas Edison

    Finance agency, Spencer Trask & Co got its beginning in the 1870s, when Spencer Trask began investing and supporting entrepreneurs, including Thomas Edison's invention of the electric light bulb and his electricity. Listen to this weeks episode as Chairman Kevin Kimberlin discusses the company's ability to recognize technological and medical revolutions, his observations on today’s start-up culture and finding the next Thomas Edison.

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