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When did you say "THAT'S IT! I'VE HAD IT!"? Time to Disrupt and Interrupt with host Karla Jo. Every week KJ interviews professionals who are disrupting their industries and altering economic networks that have been antiquated with bull-headed predecessors holding up the progress. KJ delves into uncovering more from industry rebels and innovators that you didn't know you needed in your life.

Disrupting The Food Sustainability Problem | Dawn Parks | Episode # 032
Our guest today works with architects, engineers, farmers, and city planners to create buildings that come alive and are a source of food for people living in the area. But growing thousands of plants indoors with building restrictions and putting together all the stakeholders quickly complicates things.  Enter disruptor Dawn Parks, CEO & Owner of The Alternate Edge Consulting, who is also a conductor of these big projects. She knows how and when to engage the different stakeholders to make food sustainability a reality.       Key Takeaways:  Nearly 19 million people in the US don’t live near a grocery store.   For funding, people rely on the government agencies, which are very limited in what they can provide in terms of funding.   The main ingredient for disruption is thinking outside the box and looking for technologies that could fit together which haven’t been thought about before.   The government agencies have to provide an ROI back to the government, prove the budget every year and not get cut off.    Status Quo of food sustainability remains its location/geographic specific. Because of the history of the low-income area, high crime rate or lower socio-economic area, a lot of retailers/grocery store owners don’t move in and/or take a risk doing so.    The problem also remains with getting food to the consumer’s location in the US. In other cases like sending food outside the country, the food has to go through aid agencies that get caught up in a political situation where the food never reaches the people it’s intended for.    Climate change also contributes to the problem and impacts the vegetation which has an impact on how the crops grow and what needs to be fed to the live stocks.    Technology along with data can help make better decisions for everyone to be more productive and profitable.   How’s the disruption happening now? Understanding the core problem, the local community and their needs and working towards what’s needed help to overcome the food deserts.    Quote of the show:  7:34 to 7:55  “The grocery stores aren’t moving in and those that do move in are taking bigger risk. Because there isn’t a lot of retailers, might be higher crime rate, might be a socio economic area, so then if you have $40 and need to feed 5 people, it’s easier to go to McDonalds’ than go buy broccoli and lettuce. “   Links:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnparks/ Company Website:  https://edgesustainability.com/      Ways to Tune In:  Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruption Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755 Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWw Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/pbP9a8YYHJ4
4d ago
47 mins
Disrupting SaaS Sales Approach - Jesse Woodbury- Episode # 031
Our guest today, Jesse Woodbury is a disruptor in SaaS sales and a host of a successful podcast show SaaS Sales Players.   High dollar SaaS sales tend to involve at least half a dozen stakeholders with crazy competition and them being educated about the industry. Enter Jesse Woodbury, he has created 2 frameworks that help providers close over 7 figures in ARR.    Key Takeaways:    The SaaS market currently growing by 18% each year and is expected to grow to 22% by end of 2022 and is being considered to transform the IT industry from a cost centre to a value centre.   SaaS adaption in the Health care industry is growing at the rate of 20% per year.    The main ingredient for disruption is being a thought leader while creating and putting out content regularly which roughly equates to making 100 cold calls or sending 100 emails a day.    Content can be repurposed and packaged up in a way that your buyers consider you a thought leader in their industry.     He also changes his mind-set and considered being a consultant or a partner instead of a salesperson as the main prospects are executive-level buyers like CEO, COO, CTO, CFO etc. which in turn increased the deal sizes and time.    Tips for frontline SaaS salesperson – read and compile relevant articles to your industry and take snippets that might be relevant to your buyers. Package and share them with your potential clients, even in the middle of buying/deal cycles. This helps you build credibility, and value and position yourself as a partner in their business.  Status Quo of SaaS Sales – One had to fix an appointment and sell the hardware or servers on company premises, usually a large multi-million dollar complex deal.    With a lot of market automation techniques and more than 20,000 SaaS companies trying to sell their services, there is a lot of noise. Executives aren’t sure which tool is valuable and supports their business.      Being in SaaS sales is an incredibly lucrative game if you play the game right. The best sellers have been figured from implementing content.   Being a sales rep in a high ticket SaaS company, the role is to create valuable content for buyers. It can be specific about which tackles/handle a problem.    With the current status quo, the average tenure for a Sales VP in SaaS companies is 18 months, and even shorter tenure with frontline reps, resulting in huge financial losses and potential revenue.  Even if you have a small subset of your reps posting relevant content to your buyers, word gets around that they are available to partner with your business and solve problems.    Jesse's advice to the sales rep is to “find the medium, platform or channel that works best for you, some people that are tweeting, for others it may be LinkedIn. As for me, I like recording podcasts. I know a lot of reps who have found success with video content.”   The status quo was to update your name and numbers in the sales force and inform your manager about the next steps to close the deal. Jesse suggests making the deal more conversational and collaborative, that’s how you know make your deals more predictable and have more span of control.        Quote of the show:  18:40 – 19:12   “Being in SaaS is an incredibly lucrative game if you play the game right, but if you’re not playing the game effectively. Sales is the highest and the lowest paying job in the planet. Sales is very much what you kill and if you can’t do that because you’re sticking to the status quo, then how you do continue hitting you’re numbers and continue on with the profession. So that’s been the challenge and that’s why the shift has to happen more broadly”    Links:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessewoodbury/ Company Website: https://www.kustomer.com      Ways to Tune In:  Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruption Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755 Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWw Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlD Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/pbP9a8YYHJ4
May 5 2022
54 mins
Disrupting The Facial Recognition Technology - Matthew Owen - Episode # 030
Matthew Owen has been solving problems as a Fractional Chief Technology Officer for 25+ years and is a Digital transformation leader, specifically with disruptive innovation of facial recognition. He is also a Twitter enthusiast, using it to ensure success at large scale events to gain valuable real-time consumer service feedback on new technology being implemented while it’s being experienced by the consumers.      Key Takeaways  The main ingredient for disruption is extreme customer focus, taking into account the customer experience and their journey. Twitter could be a major feedback tool, where customer voices their opinion and experience about your product & services. Facial recognition technology is controversial but when used correctly can be incredibly useful.   Facial recognition technology can help solve certain types of problems.   Example: A Football stadium or a concert – 60 odd thousand people are trying to get in with an even smaller army of people helping them to get in, creating a bottleneck. Adding COVID to this mix makes it more challenging.  Implementing Facial Recognition based express access or iPass allows fans and staff workers touchless access.   Status Quo with Events and what consumers expect after COVID – Change is constant, with COVID regulations easing out consumers are confused with overlapping rules thrown by the authorities. Each event has its own set of rules & regulations, making it challenging for fans and employees alike.   User education plays a pivotal role in making this technology scalable. The problem with educating the masses is that they are desensitized to marketing emails and half a short attention span.     A proper protocol is followed with multiple layers of screening and judgment to ensure peace of mind and public safety.   The challenge with this technology in the States is the regulatory environment. With privacy advocates for the consumers, the country is governed by laws making it difficult to navigate around them and still make sure the technology works for the consumers.   The future of Facial recognition technology is going to be ubiquitous, inevitable and can be deployed at every location for the good of the customer.   Part of the challenge is the myths surrounding the privacy and security of the technology – Consumers don’t really care as long as it’s convenient and saves them the Hassel. The real bottleneck it educating the end-users and making them aware of such technology.   The major challenge is budgeting – who pays for such a tech? Because it’s a cross-functional tech, getting all departments to agree to possess a greater challenge, which slows down the process.    It’s all about the consumer experience. When it comes down to it, any technology which is developed whether B2B or B2C, ultimately affects the end consumer. In the case of Facial recognition, it affects directly.     Quote of the show:  6:43 “The technology can it used for good or evil, just like any other technology we’ve invited as mankind. It’s incredibly useful if used correctly, there are things you can only do using facial recognition, like scanning a crowd of 66,000 people and picking out 3 people that shouldn’t be there”     Links:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mowenranger/ Company Website: http://6bpartners.com   Ways to Tune In:  Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruption  Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755 Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWw Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlD Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruption YouTube - https://youtu.be/WAPMxIZmNJs      Links  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6923281101763268608  YT snippet: https://youtube.com/shorts/ADMv9X0IysE?feature=share  YT episode: https://youtu.be/5TadziWMP84  Podbean: https://www.disruptioninterruption.com/?s=%23+029  Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruption  Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755  Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWw  Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlD  Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruption
Apr 28 2022
50 mins
Disrupting The Trucking Industry - Dave Dein - Episode # 029
Dave Dein has been in logistics, trucking and now education for 30+ years. He has been in all positions in trucking, a driver, management and now is a CDL (Commercial Drivers License) instructor with Patterson High School, California The trucking industry has been changing drastically over the years. Supply chain, logistics, technology, training but especially recruiting. Today, we have an enormous shortage of truck drivers. Key takeaways  Status Quo – Because there is a shortage of skilled and trained drivers, companies are now enticing drivers with more benefits packages, and paid time off, like salaried positions compared to per load or mile. The main ingredient for disruption is to create a pipeline of young well-trained talent and provide opportunities to get the education of the Industry, who are passionate about trucking and not in it for the dollar bills. There is always been a demand for well-trained drivers. With the current ageing workforce and about 25% of the current drivers are getting close to the age of retirement, that’s approximately 60,000 to 80,000 drivers. It’s estimated that in the next 7 years we could have a shortage of 125,000, as we don’t have a lot of young people going in the industry. The percentage of female drivers and role models have been stagnant over the years, at only about 10% of the total workforce. Dave with his program aims to reach out to young kids and adults with female role models to plant a seed and educate them about a possible career. When Dave and his student address some young students with a 30 mins presentation, 47% responded that they would either consider taking a class once they reach high school or were not considering trucking as a career. All of the industry partners have bridged the missing link by creating career pathways for the students by bringing them into the industry The average person entering the trucking industry today is 38 years, mainly because they have liabilities and the trucking industry can solve their financial problems. With more influx of younger people, the dynamics of the industry can be changed. Dave and his team's mission is to reach as many high schools students as possible to provide students with the opportunity and educate schools on how to market the programs, recruit and connect with them industry partners and get the program up and running. The driver shortage is going to continue unless more can adopt the program and create a new pipeline of drivers. With the new emission norms, the industry has to adapt to new technology like electric-powered trucks or hydrogen-powered trucks. But currently, we don’t have a sustainable infrastructure to support this.   Quote of the show: 4:22 “I have been in trucking since 1988, there is always been a demand for well-trained drivers. The problem is we have a driver’s shortage and an ageing workforce. 25% of our current drivers getting close to the age of retirement.”   Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dave-dein-46b6873/Company Website: http://www.nextgentrucking.org    Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - Disrupting The Trucking Industry | Dave Dein | Episode # 029 - YouTube
Apr 21 2022
47 mins
Disrupting The Restaurant Industry - Brian Duncan - Episode # 028
Brian Duncan is the Director of Business Development at HungerRush. We live in a golden age for food delivery but it can also be overwhelming with all the options. Brian wants to make sure that ordering online becomes simpler than ever. He sits down with host and fellow disruptor KJ Helms to talk about how he is disrupting the restaurant industry. Takeaways:   The biggest problem in tech startups is that people overcomplicate the solution to the problem. Consider high tech solutions for low tech problems.COVID has only expedited how many people are leaving the restaurant industry. We are overloaded with apps for each individual place to order, hence why Grubub and Uber Eats have taken off.The bigger restaurants can pay more money to be higher up on search results why smaller companies can’t keep up and that pushes them down the google list. Text based AI can learn based on the amount of data that is put into it. So the more often you text an order, the more it learns and it will correct any mistakes in an order. Text based ordering can be easier than calling to place an order if you are in a noisy environment, and the AI will remember your last order as well.50% of all restaurants could be virtual by 2030. Human interaction will be limited to a special occasion. Quote of the show:   2:36 “I think a lot of times when it comes to tech startups is people try and over-complicate the solution. How do we get food there faster? We build a drone, right? And like, wow, that's really impressive. But the amount of capital outlay you're going to need to buy them. Uh, people involved that are going to need to help you get there. What I always say is high tech solutions for low tech problems.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-j-duncan/Company Website: https://www.hungerrush.com/ Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/pbP9a8YYHJ4
Mar 3 2022
44 mins
Disrupting Working Remotely - Dano Ybarra - Episode # 027
Dano Ybarra is the CEO at MyHive.global and Certified Sandler Sales Performance Consultant. He’s also the author of “Guiding Your Raft”. He sees the issues with working remotely and aims to provide solutions to those issues. He sits down with fellow disruptor and host KJ Helms to talk about how he is disrupting the technology of working remotely.    Takeaways:   The main ingredient for disruption in your market is a collision of ideas. Sometimes the best plans and ideas are put together from all the ideas from a group of people. You need a team around you that is as excited and inspired as you by your plans. A great team will help you build a better product. Working from home increased individual productivity but it also came with its share of challenges as well. Human interaction is an important part of the working environment. You need to be able to see and talk with others to feel that connection and warmth. Allowing employees to work remotely opens up your hiring pool to a broader audience. You can get the best talent from anywhere in the world.Whenever you introduce a new way of doing something, there will always be push back or people who don’t understand.If you don’t reach out and collaborate with others, you miss out on spontaneity and that could cause you to miss out on a great deal. Quote of the show:   6:53 “We came up to the beginning of the pandemic, only between eight and 12% of the workforce worked remote or in a hybrid fashion, when the pandemic hit that number went to 88%, according to Gardner. The reports and the research shows that individual productivity did go up but innovation, creativity and the business went down.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danoybarra/Twitter: https://twitter.com/danoybarraCompany Website: https://myhive.global/en/Book: https://www.amazon.com/Guiding-Your-Raft-Dano-Ybarra/dp/1983445568 Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/Jx_CSgZICA4
Feb 24 2022
45 mins
Disrupting the User Experience - Chris Federspiel - Episode # 026
Chris Federspiel is the CEO and Co-Founder of Blackthorn. Everyday we all use apps and we never think about the work that goes into making sure the apps are easy enough to understand and use. That is where Chris comes in, and he wants to help shake up the user experience for all apps. He sits down with fellow disruptor and host KJ Helms to talk about how he is disrupting the user experience.    Takeaways:   User experience is king. In today’s workforce, if you don’t have a user experience that is easy to get the hang of, you are quickly passed over. The main ingredient to disruption is speed. Being able to get things done quickly and with good results is a key aspect. People now want their business apps to look and feel like regular apps. They want them to be easy to use and understand like Facebook, WhatsApp or Instagram.When it comes to the user experience, people have a sliding scale of what they expect. With every new advancement, people expect more to come. Everyone wants their information as fast as possible. Now more than ever speed is so important when it comes to UI.When you run a company, you want to have a positive impact on the world. If you are having a company and you’re only looking to make money it will be a challenge.There’s enough enterprise SaaS companies out there, what there needs to be more of is physical product companies. Quote of the show:   5:15 “People now want their business apps to operate and feel like they're consumer apps. So the problem is it's really hard as you'll get these requests for proposals, these RFPs, where the deals are 50 K plus, like it behooves you to go after them. But you can't win them unless you check the box. There is no single RFP that will award you the RFP based upon how good the app feels.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisfederspiel/Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/chrisfeder/with_repliesCompany Website: https://www.blackthorn.io  Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/VgIH3zRBg0I
Feb 17 2022
46 mins
Disrupting the SaaS industry - Esben Friis-Jensen - Episode # 025
Esben Friis-Jensen is the Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer at Userflow. He sees the importance of helping the underserved for SaaS companies and is shaking up the industry. He sits down with fellow disruptor and host KJ Helms to talk about how he is disrupting the SaaS industry.    Takeaways:   The key to disruption is making sure you look around and seeing what can be improved upon through technology.The new way of thinking for SaaS companies is having the focus of having the product drive more of the growth.You want to make sure your technology is better but you also want to make sure it is simple to use, if it’s too complex then no one will use it. Make sure that you are able to focus 100% on the product and let others handle the onboarding of new clients. When you are disrupting, you are serving the underserved to help them get out their pent up frustration.You want to surround yourself with people you can trust and you know can get the job done. If you have tried to use a product and don’t understand it, then give a call to talk about it rather than immediately calling someone and setting up a meeting at the beginning.  Quote of the show:   8:01 “I think in general software makes things better. What then ends up happening is. You sometimes end up adding too many things, uh, and making it complex and that is of course not good. So then you have to rethink again and how can I make it smarter, better UX and so on. But in general I think software always makes things better, but then the next step is making the software better.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/esbenfriisjensen/Company Website: https://userflow.com/ Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/8LjQpH4S4Mc
Feb 10 2022
51 mins
Disrupting Investment Management - Christian Hyldahl - Episode # 024
Christian Hyldahl is the President and Founder of Varium Investment Partners. He’s quick on his feet when it comes to investment management. He looks into the future and tries to stay one step ahead of the trends. He joins host KJ Helms to talk about how he has been disrupting the investment management industry.    Takeaways:   The main ingredient for disruption is a radical focus on what you do and how you deliver what you do. Asset management firms haven’t had to share their economics before. The market has been gently rising for the past 12 years, but in 3 to 5 years that will change. We are no longer in a 30 year cyclical cycle where fixed income and rates have gone down from 8% to 50 basis points. Cryptocurrency has taken off recently and it has allowed some people the financial freedom to quit their jobs. We have more jobs available than people who are unemployed right now. Everything is being automated and it runs on a subpar performance, and people are ok with that when they really shouldn’t be.  Quote of the show:   16:14 ​​”Something like 4% of the working population is not going back to work because they made so much money in crypto that they don't have to work anymore. We've got this sort of weird, perfect storm of innovation and government intervention that have created an artificial what I call an artificial economy. That is going to be very difficult to transition out of in, and that is really going to hit the next three to five years.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christian-hyldahl-cfa-b55514/Company Website: https://www.variumip.com Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/IXmEIbxVWOE
Feb 3 2022
55 mins
Disrupting Food Brokerage  - Jeremy Smith  - Episode # 023
Jeremy Smith is the Founder and CEO of Launchpad Group USA. He helps entrepreneurs of disruptive food brands break into Costco. The food brokerage model is just plain broken. He’s been listed as a consumer catalyst in Forbes magazine. He joins fellow disruptor and host KJ Helms to talk about how he is disrupting the food brokerage industry.    Takeaways:   The buyers are the ones who will decide if your product makes it to the grocery store shelf. The consumer decides if you are a disruptor or not. It’s important to see the trends in the marketplace and try to get ahead of it. That will push you ahead of the competition. Consumers are really the disruptors. They are the ones who shape the market and dictate what lasts and what doesn’t.Food brands often start at a farmer’s market. They are being sold in the local areas to build up the name brand. You know you are creating disruption when people are saying out loud that you don’t know what you are talking about. You need to push through that. You want to do your homework. You want to make sure the buyer isn’t driving the conversation and your brand is appealing to the buyer.You have to remind your buyer what your brand is. Just because they had one meeting with you doesn't mean they’ll remember you, especially after seeing hundreds of other brands.  Quote of the show:   3:02 “Ultimately the most important person in the marketplace is the consumer because the consumer will decide whether you're a disruptor or you're not.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeremy-smith-8aa3281/Company Website: https://launchpadgroupusa.com Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/OTy7oQSAQoU
Jan 27 2022
1 hr
Disrupting Behavior Based Advising Solutions  - Jerry Szatko  - Episode # 022
Jerry Szatko is the CEO of Unitifi and he’s a certified Airline Transport Pilot. He understands numbers like a true guru. He joins fellow disruptor and host KJ Helms to discuss the assessment that a person can take to determine their financial behavior with 99.5% accuracy.    Takeaways:   The one ingredient to disruption is understanding personality and behavior. It’s key to understanding how someone reacts in a given situation. As a financial consultant, you want to avoid litigation as much as possible. You want to make sure all your numbers and information are accurate. Unitifi came up with the idea that they aren’t there to change traditional risk assessments, but rather enhance the assessment. Once you understand your clientele and their needs, you can gear your communication and relationship towards them. There are years of learning behavioral data that can be put into business intelligence and that way another person can understand it.In the financial industry, typically 80% of your time is spent on 12% of your clients, and that doesn’t help you grow. The more communication that someone can have with their clientele, the more the relationship will be built and sustained.  Quote of the show:   2:10 “Disruption for us is understanding personality. Personality and behavior. How somebody reacts when risk is applied to their financial situation is the key in any relationship, especially in the financial services industry. Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerry-szatko-150040a0/Twitter: https://twitter.com/JerrySzatkoCompany Website:  https://unitifi.com Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/5XO-NUh1rRU
Jan 20 2022
53 mins
Disrupting Business Strategies   - Kaihan Krippendorff  - Episode # 021
Kaihan Krippendorff is the Founder at Outthinker Strategy Network. He believes the future belongs to those who are bold enough to take charge and embrace change. He sees the strategic patterns in businesses and uses it to increase their sales revenue. He joins fellow disruptor and host KJ Helms to discuss how companies can master innovation.  Takeaways:   The main ingredient to disruption is having the right language. You want to have the right mindset and go into it with doing something your competitors won’t do.You need to be different in order to make noise. Your competitors all may go a certain way but that doesn’t mean you can’t go against the current. There’s been a big change from people at smaller companies to moving to larger companies because larger companies offer them more freedom.There are four major barriers to disruption; Leadership, talent, culture and structure. Coordinate the uncoordinated. Power comes not from control, but from coordination. You want to find ways that you can coordinate something that isn’t working as it should.Expanding into other unknown spaces can lead to successful disruption. Amazon took to the internet, Zappos focuses on customer service and Wal-Mart is more about advertising. There are a few advantages a large company can have over a smaller company, such as more resources and room for growth. Quote of the show:   2:35 “It's not about doing something your competitors can't do, it's doing something they won't do something that they will ignore and laugh at. As Gandhi said, ‘first they ignore you, then they laugh at you. Then they fight you, then you win.’ So it really begins if we take it back, they're not going to copy me. First they won't conceive of it. Then they won't choose it. Then they won't be able to commit to it, but it starts off with them being able to do it and not doing it.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaihankrippendorff/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Kaihan?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5EauthorCompany Website:  https://outthinker.com Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/JOnsnmtvdKY
Jan 13 2022
59 mins
Disrupting Revenue Generation  - Jeff Hoffman  - Episode # 020
Jeff Hoffman is the Principal & Founder of RSR, LLC and the Fractional CRO of jeffhoffmancro.com. He has over 20 years of experience in disrupting and he developed a sales algorithm that elevates a company's offerings and how they are positioned in the market. He joins fellow disruptor and host KJ Helms to discuss how Jeff is breaking through to the other side of revenue generation. Takeaways:   The main ingredient for disruption is having a solution that the buyers at companies are trying to sell to. Most tech industries are small to mid sized. To make money you have to make sure your products are “got to have” products and not “nice to have.”You can’t assume that sales people will have amazing connections and they will close deals. You need a product that actually improves something for a company.Most tech companies are operating at less than $25 million in funding if they’ve generated revenue. Typically the amount is around $2 - $5 million.A knee jerk reaction for companies is that they hire sellers and they expect them to be able to go out and make deals, but they don’t put any proper set up for it.You shouldn’t focus on a playbook until you have truly mastered an understanding of who is buying from you and why. The three questions you should always ask is “why is this person interested, why would they want to buy from us and why would they want our services now?” Quote of the show:   3:50 “I think a lot of companies make a mistake of assuming that the sales people they hire are going to have connections at companies with their own Rolodex and that they'll be able to just go ahead and make deals happen. But in reality, nobody buys like that. It's not a relationship industry. You've got to have something that's going to impact their business.”  Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffalanhoffman/Company Website:  https://www.rapidsalesrevenue.com Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/Q8PIIfkt3yE
Jan 7 2022
46 mins
Disrupting Branding Agencies  - Fabian Geyrhalter  - Episode # 019
Fabian Geyrhalter is the Principal at FINIEN.  He spent years working at a different branding agency until one day he realized that he had it!! He decided to go against the grain of the dog and pony show and start his own business that gets right down to business. He joins the Host of Disruption / Interruption, Karla Jo, to talk about how he is disrupting branding agencies.  Takeaways:   There are three key ingredients for disruption; Courage, determination, and perseverance. All of these skills are needed if you really want to disrupt an industry.Instead of being hungry for more work, it’s important to think about the direction of your company and where you want to go.The agency model is broken. Every agency wants to become agency of the year instead of actually focusing on what they want to do.In the time of the great resignation, people are looking at what skills they have and are deciding they want jobs that better fit that and make them happy.Don’t be afraid to say no to a client. A no can open a door to a better yes.A key approach to branding agencies is bucking the trend of the dog and pony show and instead let your work speak for itself.   When working on a project, the vision comes down from the person that has hired you so you want to make sure that you get along with the person and agree with what they have in mind. Quote of the show:   1:42 “I think there are three key ingredients, and the very first one is courage. You can't disrupt if you don't have guts, if you don't have Moxy. That leads me to my second point. it's determination. Disruption is swimming against the stream and it’s going to take everything out of you. So I really think courage, determination and perseverance are the three key ingredients to actually get to that point where you can disrupt.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/geyrhalter/Company Website:  https://www.finien.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/FinienInsights Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/EDJ4AUC-l64
Dec 30 2021
57 mins
Disrupting Technology Marketing  - Genefa Murphy  - Episode # 018
Genefa Murphy, the CMO of Five9, has found her path to disruption by using her extensive background in technology. She prefers to take the road less traveled, and likes to bring people and technology and help create an engaging experience. She sits down with fellow disruptor and host KJ Helms to talk about how she is bringing her unique energy and background to disrupting technology marketing. Takeaways:   The key to disruption is differentiation. You need to find what makes you different from everybody else in order to begin causing your disruption. It’s better to be different than better. Just being better than your competitors isn’t enough to separate you from the pack. Now is the time for marketers to come to the forefront. There’s a greater degree and emphasis on them with the customer experience. There are more younger consumers of technology who have more disposable income, and they want their brands to be more open minded and give back to the community. Know your stuff and have your data. You should know who your ideal customer profile is and what is your intent as a marketer.Try to be ahead of the game. There are four factors for which most impact technology adoption; effort expectancy, performance expectancy, facilitating conditions and social influence.  People will be more likely to adopt new technology if they believe important figures are advocates for the technology. Word of mouth matters. Quote of the show:   1:48 ​​”Someone once said to me, it's better to be different than to be better. We could always be better, but it is better to be different than just being better. And I think you can apply that in so many different ways.  You can think about that. You talk about my road to marketing. My road to marketing was different. It didn't come up through a traditional marketing path. It came up through a product management and a technology path. And I think that has helped me be a better marketer. My road to living in the U S was different and I think that has helped me be more culturally aware and value things like cultural diversity in team diversity.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/genefamurphy/ Company Website: https://www.five9.com Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruption Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755 Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWw Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlD Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruption YouTube - https://youtu.be/fnMckXe6fAw
Dec 23 2021
55 mins
Disrupting Veteran Employment Ecosystem  - Wes Wood  - Episode # 017
Wes Wood, Executive Director at INvets, left the military in 2015, and upon leaving he realized there was a serious issue that needed to be fixed. He started his own nonprofit partnership in the state of Indiana, where he works to help struggling veterans find work. He joins fellow disruptor and host Karla Jo Helms, to discuss the struggles veterans face trying to transition from the military to civilian life and work.  Takeaways:   Most people have a perception that there are plenty of valuable opportunities out there, but for veterans it can be a struggle.There are many issues for people who are coming from the military to civilian life and trying to find a job right away. It can be an adjustment process.Some of the issues veterans face are where do they move to after the military, do they go back home, do they search on job boards for local jobs, etc?Every year, between 200,000 and 300,000 veterans make the switch from military life to civilian life and get a civilian job.Most of the people leaving the military don’t have much experience in the civilian sector and are often unsure of where to go from there.The transition assistance program is a congressionally mandated program that everyone has to go through when they leave the military. It teaches you basic skills like how to write a resume.In the midwest, the economic growth has outpaced the population growth, so a good solution to finding employees is hiring former veterans. Quote of the show:   23:56 “One of the key things that's plagued the veteran ecosystem for years is collaboration. So there are a lot of nonprofits, the nonprofit world is very competitive. Everyone's going after a certain amount of dollars that are given out by veteran focused foundations, endowments, entities.   A lot of times what you see is organizations trying to elbow each other out, not collaborating. I want to count that as my win…” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/weswood11b/ Company Website: https://www.invets.org/  Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/ZobtHnshI2k
Dec 16 2021
46 mins
Disrupting Demand Side Sales - Bob Moesta - Episode # 016
Bob Moesta, President and CEO of the ReWired Group, has been a champion of disruption for over 30 years and earned the title “Disruptor's Mentor.” As a kid, he showed his natural inclination to mechanics and entrepreneurship by making ramps to ride his bike on outside of his house. Now, he’s helped to develop and launch over 3,500 products and services. Also author of “Demand Side Sales,” Bob joins Karla Jo to talk about how he is disrupting the demand side sales industry.  Takeaways:   There are two essential steps that are needed for disruption to be successful; one is that people don’t buy products, they hire them. The second is being able to empathize with the struggling moments that lead to disruption.Disruptors come from the low end, meaning they don’t have much to go off, and they are often unrecognized at the time until they become larger. To understand a struggling moment, you need to understand not just who is struggling, but also the what, when, where, and why of the struggle as well.Entrepreneurs often get too fixated on making sure that something is perfect, which then slows down the entire process of trying to get the whole system to work.Demand exists whether supply is there or not. Demand is about where people want to make progress but they can’t.COVID forced people to think outside the box in terms of jobs that they had. It allowed people to make trade offs and find jobs that work better for them in different ways.Take note of what is happening in the world and try to solve some of the problems that people are facing but don’t quite know it yet (i.e. how Apple made better cameras in their phones). Quote of the show:   4:08 “So the first part is understanding the progress. The second part is then understanding basically how to actually serve the low end, where you're just better than nothing. So almost all disruptors come from the low end and they are dismissed by the incumbents because they're just seen as well, they're just toying in something else. Like how banks looked at PayPal or Square as well, ‘they're just a payment processor.’ All of a sudden now they're bank. And they're going to actually be bigger than most banks very soon. And so disruptors come in from the low end and they serve the underserved.”      Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobmoesta/Company Website:  https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-rewired-group/about/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bmoestaBook: ​​https://www.amazon.com/Demand-Side-Sales-101-Customers-Progress-ebook/dp/B08FRRF68Q Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/C6APVF6jn2c
Dec 9 2021
1 hr 1 min
Disrupting Content Creation  - Chris Lamontagne  - Episode # 015
After founding his first sports coaching company at age 20, today’s guest has been on a journey to create opportunities that empower the creator economy. Coming all the way from Liverpool, he has always been obsessed with finding the value in things. He’s an ambitious business leader with an innovative way of thinking and he isn’t ready to slow down yet! Chris Lamontagne, CEO of Spring, says that most companies struggle to keep up because they fail to change themselves and keep up with the times. He joins the Host of Disruption / Interruption, Karla Jo, to talk about how he is disrupting the content creation industry.  Takeaways:   The failure to reinvent is what dooms most companies. They need to see what is going on around them and adapt to the new times or get left behind. You’ve got to be willing to look at your company and make the tough decision to rip it up and try something new if what you are doing isn’t working. The social commerce movement was really started by the creator economy. A lot of these people had followers already from YouTube, Tik Tok and other platforms. We are now seeing that social media outlets want to take part in the commerce side of the business as well (ie Instagram Shopping or Shoppable pins on Pinterest)People are starting to realize now that they don’t have to do their 9-5 in the same way anymore, they can make money from home doing what they love by creating new content on different topics. The COVID pandemic has allowed people to really embrace the passions they have and be more creative with what they do. Today more so than any other previous time, people are able to get their own content out and reach any audience they want to. Quote of the show:   2:13:  “When I think about disruption and what that actually means for an organizations and companies, if you think about so many countless stories of companies that haven't made it, and I had just asked about companies that don't make it and why they don't make it, it was the failure to reinvent or the failure to spot that things were happening around them that they didn't react fast enough.   If you really go deeper into that source, I’d understand why didn’t a company reinvent. It's because sometimes there's an issue with not being able to recognize or be able to let go of the past and think about the future.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-lamontagne-a6754b28/Company Website:  https://www.spri.ng/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/c_lamontagne1 Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/0aaKo2UiYnc
Dec 2 2021
53 mins
Disrupting Branding  - David Brier - Episode # 014
David Brier, the President and Creative Director at DBD International has a knack for pulling things apart and getting to the root of an issue by asking a simple question: ‘Why?’ David joins fellow disruptor and host Karla Jo to talk about ways that he is disrupting the status quo of rebranding your company.    Takeaways:   The most important ingredient to disruption is paying attention. Many companies show up and make a lot of noise, but few take notice of what good disruption and change is and where it is needed.Your brand should properly frame you. You must own your own dialogue and narrative. Your brand is a part of you and it should properly reflect that. People will not come to new conclusions based on old information. You need to make sure that you sound different in order to get your brand out there.Branding is the art of differentiation and not the art of looking like another brand in your category. There are three phases to branding; Pre-Sales branding, During the Sales Branding, and Post-Sales Branding. Most companies only focus on two of the three but all three are important.You want to be more connected to the solution to your customers problems and not your own solutions, that’s why Netflix is world wide and there is only one Blockbuster remaining.  Quote of the show:   2:10 “The biggest, most important ingredient to disruption, this may surprise you, my answer is paying attention in the first place. How can you disrupt if you don't even take a pulse of where the things are at. And that to me is the biggest secret. So many companies, CEOs, brands, thought leaders, et cetera. They're just going to show up screaming really loud.   Well, that's going to disrupt! Well, what if everybody else is already screaming loud, bozo? That  would be my response to that person who chose to do that. So it's paying attention, so it's going, okay. Take a pulse where stuff is at, right? Because you could disrupt smartly. You could disrupt stupidly, right?” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidbrier/Company Website: https://www.risingabovethenoise.comCompany LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dbd-international/Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidbrier?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/AFJH33euWIo
Nov 18 2021
59 mins
Disrupting Veteran Legal Aid - Antoinette Balta - Episode # 013
Our veterans are putting their lives on the line everyday to defend our country, but the fight doesn’t stop when they come home. Veterans are in need of legal aid and it can be too expensive, meaning that most have to represent themselves or not even have their legal needs met. Host of Disruption / Interruption, Karla Jo is joined by fellow disruptor Antoinette Balta, who is the Executive Director & Co-Founder of Veterans Legal Institute, to talk about how her non-profit is providing legal services to those who have given so much and need our help.    Takeaways:   The key to disruption is courage. Change is hard but it’s worth the uphill battle to make others' lives better. The cost of legal aid for veterans today is too high. It can be upwards of $400 an hour, and if they can’t afford that then the veterans will have to represent themselves.The top 80% of veterans become entrepreneurs, but the bottom 20% struggle with mental health or injuries related to service and need legal help.22 veterans a day take their own life, and that’s more than veterans who lose their life in combat on a daily basis. Veterans Legal Institute wants to make sure they aren’t turning anyone away, providing what services they can to those in need.While working at an emergency shelter at the national guard armory 15 years ago, Atoinette noticed that there were plenty of veterans that needed more help than others and they weren’t receiving it, and this prompted her to start the change.  Quote of the show:   6:38 “When I'm driving onto the on ramp of the freeway and I see someone holding a sign and it says homeless veteran, can you help? It makes my blood boil because I'll usually look at the veteran and it's almost always a Vietnam era veteran. It's mind blowing. Fortunately, the OEF OIF, the Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, have a lot more resources at their fingertips. There's a lot more outreach to them, but I definitely don't want to forget our brothers and sisters that served in Vietnam and even Korea.” Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/antoinettebalta/Company Website: https://www.vetslegal.com/  Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/eccda84d-4d5b-4c52-ba54-7fd8af3cbe87/disruption-interruptionApple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disruption-interruption/id1581985755Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZGlzcnVwdGlvbmludGVycnVwdGlvbi5jb20vZmVlZC54bWwSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6yGSwcSp8J354awJkCmJlDStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/disruption-interruptionYouTube - https://youtu.be/bfM2WLlQ_PI
Nov 11 2021
59 mins