Jeremy Ryan Slate

Jeremy Ryan Slate a Contributing Editor at Grit Daily. Based in New Jersey, he is the founder of the Create Your Own Life Show, a podcast that studies world-class performers. He studied literature at Oxford University, and is a former champion power lifter turned new-media entrepreneur. Specializes in using podcasting and new media to create celebrity and was ranked #1 in iTunes New and Noteworthy and #26 in the business category. Jeremy was named one of the top 26 podcast for entrepreneurs to listen to in 2017 by CIO Magazine and Millennial Influencer to follow in 2018 by Buzzfeed.  The Create Your Own Life Podcast has been downloaded over one million times.

David Meerman Scott on the Science of Creating Raving Fans

How do you create raving fans? Why do people love the Boston Red Sox or the Grateful Dead? It’s not about the team and it’s not about the players. It’s not even about winning. As a life-long fan of the New York Knicks, I can attest its definitely not about winning. David Meerman Scott has studied why individuals become overwhelming fans and the reason fandom exists may surprise you. In fact, David’s recent book, Fanocracy: Turning Fans into Customers and Customers into...

Bad Rhino CEO Marty McDonald on Growing Online, Even in the Midst of a Global Pandemic

Now, more than ever, it’s vital for brands to have a commitment to the right online strategy. The outbreak of COVID-19 has ground commerce to a halt, not just in the United States, but Globally. Brands are going to have to think outside the box and since in-person commerce has ground to a stop. To survive, brands not only have to go online but have a better strategy to do it. I got a chance to speak with the founder of Bad Rhino Inc, Marty McDonald, about exactly what brands need to do...

Richter Founder Robert Cornish on Continuing to Grow as a CEO

Robert Cornish, along with business partner Wil Seabrook, founded Richter in early 2008 to build an agency focused on communication strategies that support sales growth for business to business technology-related companies. Bootstrapped with zero capital in the middle of the financial meltdown, Richter went on to make the Inc 5000 list comprised of the fastest-growing companies in America five times.  Leaders are Readers When I asked Robert the most important thing for most CEO’s to...

Iconist Author Jamie Mustard on How to Stand Out and What Drives Us

Do your external drivers match your inner drivers? If not, it may be why you’re in conflict. The true path to happiness is doing what your purpose is or doing something that can fund it. The path to unhappiness is doing something that is totally out of alignment with your purpose; it’s what kills dreams. That’s the reason that Jamie Mustard wrote the Iconist; He has a purpose to change the world with Art and Ideas; that’s exactly what he’s doing. Being on purpose...

Douglas Ward on Naval Lessons of Creating Powerful Leaders

The biggest problem in leadership? So-called leaders that don’t know how to delegate. Douglas Ward says: “Delegate and delegate with trust.” Doug learned this rule by not following it the first time. He recruited guys that were with the Navy Seals and they were building a new capability. His managers weren’t happy. “Why are we here,” they asked? He had brought them on board, trained them but would not allow them to do anything. He changed the plan, gave each...

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