Mon, 2 May 2016
My guest in (yes, really the) 74th episode features my new “professional compass,” Jeremy Pound, the CEO of Juicy Results where I recently started as their Internet Marketing Coordinator. Juicy Results. Known as the “Internet marketing agency for the Fortune Five Million, Jeremy and his Juicy Results crew specialize in solid web design and maintenance, SEO, and social media marketing. In running his company, Jeremy maintains a keen focus on company culture, and has created one like I’ve never seen, including first-day champagne bottles, a four-legged receptionist named Jackson, and an emphasis on continuous learning.
On my first day he introduced me to the Growth Mindset pioneer,
Carol Dweck, by listening to her appearance on Bryan Allen’s podcast. It was
astonishing to me how much I was able to connect with it, and I
highly recommend that all of you listen to that on your next
podcast binge. It’s a solid window into my “curvist” philosophy.
Jeremy and I talk a lot about marketing and being an active business leader in our community, but also about his childhood creative endeavors, parental influences, and what he cringes at being called. (Spoiler alert: I TOTALLY call him it in the beginning. Ha!)
This episode of Curve the Cube is sponsored by the Pizza Girls—West
Palm Beach’s Top Spot for Authentic NY Pizza—from episode #17!!!
They are located right in the heart of downtown, by the fountains
where Clematis meets Flagler. Go in and have a slice! Or, order
from them online, and they will give you 10% off of your first
order. Don’t forget to follow them on social media and to keep an
eye out for their food truck for delicious “Slices &
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Direct download: 0074_-_Jeremy_Pound_-_20160427.mp3
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