The Wonderful Experiment
By The Wonderful Experiment
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We're the team behind a multi-million dollar snow removal and landscape company in the Midwest and we have this crazy idea that if work is wonderful, the success we're after will take care of itself. Join us as we share our triumphs and failures and expose the truths behind what makes our business work.
||Henry Ford and the Mongolian Horde||On learning from the past and going to war with more than one horse. Episode 5 of The Wonderful Experiment explores the military tactics of Genghis Khan’s Mongol army and how they conquered a larger and stronger army.||9/2/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Stop Touching My Cubicle||How can work still be wonderful when bad stuff happens? As businesses grow the circle of “wonderful” expands to include more people. And this means more challenges – not just from the marketplace or competitors – but from those on your team. F||8/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Once Upon A Powerpoint – From Selling to Storytelling – Episode 3||Do you ever feel you struggle to connect with people in business? And no, we don’t mean “network” – but truly CONNECTING. Here’s the harsh reality – Business is BORING! The traditional format for engaging in business leaves no room for emoti||8/18/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Zen and the Art of Shoveling Snow – Episode 2||How something as simple as shoveling snow became virtual enlightenment for our Midwestern snow removal company. [hr] RESOURCES Referenced in this podcast: Watch the TED Talk “The Puzzle of Motivation” by Dan Pink Listen to this Episode||7/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Our Wonderful Failure – Episode 1||Ever heard of failing forward? Well, we did. This episode is about our giant, colossal failure that sparked our success story – and this experiment. Listen to Episode||7/23/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
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Love the real life look at business from the inside out. Wish more companies shared their real experiences - we could all benefit from experiences and lessons learned in the field.