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The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Ben Taylor

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Ben Taylor, a YouTuber most commonly known as Pleasant Green. We discuss how he produces videos, the processes he has in place to find inspiration, other creators he looks up to and includes in his creative work, creating a team, and much more.  Episode timestamps: Ben’s initial idea for the YouTube channel. (0:50) How does he...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Bernard Huang

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Bernard Huang, Founder at Clearscope. We discuss the evolution of SEO, the importance of understanding Google’s agenda, how copy-cat content is a nuanced dilemma, the underrated importance of content positioning and much more.  Episode timestamps: How has SEO evolved in the last five years? (1:08) How has this SEO evolution had an...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Eric Doty

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Eric Doty, Content Lead at Dock. We discuss the importance of understanding what to measure, the future of content, and the delicate balance between doing things that work and innovating, AI and automation helpful use cases, his journey from academia to marketing, and more.  Episode timestamps: Exciting projects Eric is working...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Jennifer Bourn

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Jennifer Bourn, CMO at Motivation Code and business coach for service-based freelancers. In this conversation, we discuss the importance of understanding your motivations and rituals to access your zone of genius, managing your time, finding the right path to become more self-aware, and more.   Episode timestamps: What is Jennifer’s...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Meryl Johnston

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Meryl Johnston, Founder of Bean Ninjas. We talk about how to avoid overworking, how to build a team culture to remove yourself from day-to-day operations, the importance of retreats, how to plan and facilitate a retreat, and more. Episode timestamps: Interesting projects Meryl is working on now? (0:40) Strategies to avoid overworking...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Matt Paulson

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Matt Paulson, Founder & CEO at MarketBeat. We talk about culture in hybrid settings, how to be an effective leader, how to build an office people want to go to, how to leverage your strengths, and much more.  Episode timestamps: What is MarketBeat? (0:40) Choosing your headquarters location. (2:50) How to attract and train the...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Ronnie Higgins

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Ronnie Higgins, Director of Content at OpenPhone, and the voice talent behind Marketing Under the Influence. We talk about content marketing and how it has changed in the last couple of years, what it may look like in the future, AI, doing research, managing and inspiring a team, and more.  Episode timestamps: Ronnie’s current...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: James Laws

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with James Laws, Founder and CEO of Saturday Drive. We discuss the importance of culture, how to improve communication and delivery, hiring and interviewing processes, delegation, what matters regarding leadership, and more.  Episode timestamps: James’ most exciting projects he’s working on now. (0:40) Signs there are delivery issues in an...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Amber Naslund

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Amber Naslund, enterprise sales and customer success leader at LinkedIn, recovering marketer, author, and former entrepreneur. We talk about A.I. and how it’s changing our lives, working in public, imposter syndrome, digital detox, and much more.  Episode timestamps: Amber’s most exciting work currently. (0:45) Ethics of A...

The Remote Work Tribe Podcast: Nick Gray

In this episode of the Remote Work Tribe podcast, we chat with Nick Gray, Founder of Museum Hack and Best-Selling Author of The Two Hour Cocktail Party. We talk about his journey hosting thousands of events, the importance of icebreakers, non-obvious tips to host a great experience, and more.  Episode timestamps: Nick’s mission helping 500 people host their first event. (0:55) Dos and Don’ts for...