The coronavirus pandemic reveals how much good there is in the world. And if you’re a business owner, how you respond to this call for kindness will determine whether or how you make it through this time.
A podcast can be a great marketing tool when done right, with a defined purpose and alignment with the business’s core values.
Smart companies emanate messages of meaning because it’s who they are at the core. Their raison d’etre is to affect change, improve the community and leave a lasting legacy.
It’s coming quickly – Giving Tuesday, December 3rd, this year, a day designated to give and inspire a spirit of giving.
We podcast because we want to lift up the world with stories of meaning and purpose. We podcast to inspire. We believe true value lies in the connection made between storyteller and listener.
In episodes 4 and 5 of the Make Meaning podcast, I spoke with two fascinating entrepreneurs, Amy Augustin, of Venture 6, and Michael Forsyth, of Detroit City Distillery.
By Lynne Golodner On this week’s blog, I want to share some insights from our first three podcast episodes: The first episode, The Best Business Advisor, which aired July 9, 2018 and launched the Make Meaning podcast, featured a conversation between me and my father, Norman Cohn, who is a retired read more