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The Currency: [011] Data’s Hidden Story with Garry Rosenfeldt

The Currency: [011] Data’s Hidden Story with Garry Rosenfeldt

Data can be intimidating, especially when you’re working with a data scientist. Even so, data is becoming more and more critical to successful marketing and healthy companies. Well, good news! My guest on this episode, Garry Rosenfeldt of Allant Group, has a novel approach to data—one that marketers will love. Garry uses his expertise and years of experience to discover the story hidden deep in your data. Join me as I learn more about Garry’s innovative approach to marketing data.

To learn more about Garry’s company, check out Allant Group here.

If you enjoyed this episode, make sure to check out episode 012 of The Currency podcast!

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Credits

All music used in this show was created by the talented Lee Rosevere and are shared under a Creative Commons 4.0 license.

Posted by Mike in Podcast
Episode 022: What’s Wrong with the Latest Oxfam Report and Why We Need to Tell Our Own Stories

Episode 022: What’s Wrong with the Latest Oxfam Report and Why We Need to Tell Our Own Stories

There’s a problem with the latest Oxfam report on inequality that should bother every business owner and entrepreneur. It’s a problem of story. Join me as I get you up to speed on the report, what’s problematic with it, and shares why I think telling our own stories is the best way to respond.


Links

Download the full or summarized Oxfam report here.

Credits

The music track used in the opening of this episode is called “Telecom” and was created by Lee Rosevere.

This episode’s closing music was created by James Opie and is called “Atheneia”. It was shared under a Creative Commons License.


If you liked this, check out Episode 023 of the Make It Matter podcast.

Posted by Mike in Blog
Episode 021: Stories, Neural Coupling, and Oxytocin

Episode 021: Stories, Neural Coupling, and Oxytocin

What if you could project your own brain activity onto another person, forcing the person’s mind to closely mirror your own? What if you could become so good at this that you were able to do it with your prospects, customers, and employees? It might sound like science fiction, but it’s actually science fact. Join me as I explore how neural coupling, oxytocin, and the power of story can transform your business.


Links

Read Uri Hasson’s paper on neural coupling and learn more about Dr. Hasson on his Princeton faculty page.

Paul Zak’s research into Oxytocin.

Credits

The image used for this post is called “Brain” and was provided by TheDyslexicBook.com. It was shared under a Creative Commons license.

The music track used in the opening of this episode is called “Telecom” and was created by Lee Rosevere.

This episode’s closing music was created by James Opie and is called “Atheneia”. It was shared under a Creative Commons License.


If you liked this, check out Episode 022 of the Make It Matter podcast.

Posted by Mike in Blog