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Every fortnight, Forbes India’s Divya Shekhar brings you conversations about business, economy, life and society, as seen through the written word. The episodes chronicle what’s cool, contextual and worth talking about in the world of books and publishing. With personal stories, reportage, research or investigation, our guests throw the spotlight on some of the most relatable and relevant ideas of our time and help us make sense of the people and trends that shape the world.​
 
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This week Joe spends time with investor, former hedge fund manager, and philanthropist, Julie Macklowe. Julie is the founder of The Macklowe, American single malt whiskey that she describes her whiskey as “the Ferrari of single malts”. Suggested retail price: $1,500. Julie talks shares her journey through entrepreneurship and why she was inspired t…
 
Aparna Piramal Raje comes from a prominent business family. She is a writer, educator, public speaker, and, in her own words, “happy, thriving and bipolar”. Her new book, Chemical Khichdi, is published by Penguin Random House India. In this episode of From the Bookshelves of Forbes India, Aparna talks about how she and her family coped with her men…
 
All great leaders are striving to build an inclusive culture and improve team engagement. But you can’t just take a class, read a book, or even listen to a podcast and be able to develop and execute a diversity and inclusion program. You may need to call Arlene Roane. For over 20 years, Arlene has been a trusted advisor to chief diversity officers,…
 
Serial entrepreneurs are a fascinating breed. We all know starting and running a successful company is really hard, but to do it over and over again seems almost impossible. And when it comes to scaling, how can you scale all of those businesses for growth? Joe's guest this week has unlocked the key to scalability and is on a mission to show other …
 
Branded entrainment has been defined as the insertion of a brand within an entertainment property in such a way that the line between entertainment and advertising becomes blurred. It’s a lot easier said than done, but Joe's guest this week has discovered the secret sauce. His name is Patrick Hughes, the CEO of Foundation Media and his company’s wo…
 
According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 70 percent of small businesses fail in their first 10 years. But what if it was OK to like failure? Even love it. This week, Joe welcomes Olakunle Soriyan AKA PK, the co-author of the best-selling book, “A Love Affair with Failure” he co-wrote with Akintoye Akindele. On the podcast, PK talks ab…
 
Netflix, Redbox, and MoviePass revolutionized the way we watch movies in many ways, but they all have one common denominator: Mitch Lowe. This week on the podcast, Joe talks to Mitch about his career in show business, how he disrupted the entertainment industry, and his new book, Watch and Learn: How I Turned Hollywood Upside Down with Netflix, Red…
 
Joe's guest this week might have trouble renting a car, but he has no issues when it comes to starting a business. Even though he’s only 23, he’s already founded a record label, a digital marketplace, and an online publication. But his latest company aims to disrupt the education industrial complex. His name is Milan Kordestani, and he’s the founde…
 
Sharon Price John is living the dream of pretty much any child on the planet…she runs a company that makes teddy bears. On the podcast, Sharon talks about what it's like to be the CEO of the Build-A-Bear Workshop, how she steered the company during the pandemic, and how she helped turn Build-A-Bear into an E-Com Giant. Sign up for updates for Sharo…
 
With the pandemic lockdowns way back in the rearview mirror, people are traveling like never before. One recent study showed that the Adventure Tourism Market Size will be worth $1.009 Trillion by 2030. But we all know, that traveling isn't easy. This week's guests are the founders of Landng, Devon Keakulina DeAngelo and Nacera Belal, and they're o…
 
Joe welcomes Leanne Meyer to the podcast. Leanne directs the Carnegie Mellon Women’s Executive Leadership Academy and is the former Executive Director of the University’s Accelerate Leadership Center at the Tepper School of Business. She’s also the author of Climbing the Spiral Staircase: How Women Can Navigate Their Careers and Accelerate Success.…
 
This week, Joe welcomes Jarrod Guy Randolph to the podcast, an entrepreneur who has spent 20 years in the world of New York City real estate and is now on a mission to help people build wealth through real estate investment. Jarrod has been described as part strategist, part guru, and 100% committed to sharing the same practices that brought him hi…
 
This will not be your typical business podcast, on this episode we’re covering the intersection of spirituality and capitalism. Joe spends time with Katie Fink, the Founder of Mind Body Soul Market, an online marketplace that connects folks with a network of expert astrologers, psychics, ascension guides, and more. Katie talks about her own spiritu…
 
The United States is experiencing a shortage of much-needed STEM workers, but fortunately, there are some forward-thinking companies that have been stepping up to tap into the country’s youth to fill the void. This week, Joe welcomes Malcolm Allen to the podcast. Malcolm is a serial entrepreneur and the person behind Stem X, the Leading Stem Engage…
 
World Drowning Prevention Day is July 25 and on this episode of the podcast, Joe is joined by Eric Lupton, the President of Life Saver Pool Fence Systems. Eric shares his inspiring story of entrepreneurship and why an unprotected pool is over one hundred times more dangerous to your child than a loaded gun.…
 
We’re always looking for the best ROI, but sometimes we just take things for granted…for example, tech. Are all entrepreneurs maximizing their technology investments? This week, Joe is joined by a guest who has unlocked the way to create and show the value of technological initiatives while transforming businesses. His name is Ben DeBow, he is the …
 
According to a recent study, there are almost 22 million millionaires living in the U.S. today. Some entrepreneurs believe it’s foolish to spend time, money, and energy trying to get money from customers who have very little of it. Those business owners find it more productive to concentrate on those where the price is not a factor. So if you’re an…
 
If you live in and around the NYC area, you’re not lacking for events to attend this summer, but if you’re looking to learn more about the future of technology near one of the most beautiful stretches of beaches in America, look no further than Hamptons Tech Week. On the podcast this week, Joe is joined by Christine Prydatko, the producer of the ev…
 
After a couple of years of a pandemic, the concept of virtual fitness classes sounds all very normal and acceptable, but that hasn’t always been the case. Many entrepreneurs saw the future of fitness a decade before COVID-19 locked down gyms and studios around the world. This week, Joe speaks with one of those groundbreaking entrepreneurs, Mary Hel…
 
Does the co-founder of Netflix get a free Netflix account? Joe finds out that answer and more when he's joined by Marc Randolph, the co-founder and first CEO of Netflix. Marc tells Joe why he was inspired to help the next generation of entrepreneurs, what he thinks the future of streaming looks like, and why he's bullish on NFTs.…
 
The home fitness industry exploded during the pandemic, with gyms and studios around the globe shut down due to COVID-19 restrictions. But now that all of those restrictions have been lifted and more and more people return to their yoga and spin classes, what do the present and future look like for virtual fitness businesses? This week, Joe is join…
 
This time around, Joe is joined by model turned entrepreneur, Jamie O'Banion, the Founder and CEO of BeautyBio. Jamie's brand has been disrupting the $150 billion global anti-aging market since introducing the world to her patented GloPRO micro-needling skin regeneration technology.Joe Pardavila
 
Since 2020, the ForbesBooks Podcast has featured conversations with entrepreneurs and executives who navigated their organizations through the COVID-19 crisis. But this week, Joe is joined by a business leader who LITERALLY navigated her team through the pandemic. Lucinda Baier is the CEO of Brookdale Senior Living, and on the podcast, she shares w…
 
What does it take to make it big in the wine and spirits industry when your name isn't George Clooney or Ryan Reynolds? This week, Joe shares the remarkable true story of trailblazer Nicole Young. Nicole is a broadcaster and serial entrepreneur who is one of only two Black female CEOs in the whiskey business. On the podcast, Nicole talks about her …
 
For years, corporate profits and corporate responsibility were mutually exclusive propositions. But as Bob Dylan once sang, The Times They Are a-Changin', and now businesses that do good, do well. So how do you get better at doing good? This week Joe welcomes Phillip Haid, the Co-founder & CEO of Public, a Toronto-based cause-marketing agency and i…
 
Today’s CFOs are not your grandfather's Chief Financial Officers. CFOs in 2022 are under greater scrutiny, internally and externally. They’ve got to cut costs, grow revenue, and ensure control – while living in a world of economic uncertainty. And this week Joe is joined by Kirk W. McLaren. Kirk is the CEO of Foresight CFO where his growth CFOs wor…
 
It’s a dream for many entrepreneurs to start a business with friends and family and then watch the money pour in. Unfortunately, more times than not, those business ventures end up with estranged family members and friends who become mortal enemies. But on today’s podcast, Joe is joined by Dave Dickert the co-founder of Branded Bills. Dave started …
 
Since 2020, the housing market has been more volatile than a Michael Bay movie. During much of the pandemic's housing boom, historically low mortgages shielded homebuyers as folks migrated out of states like California and New York to places like Texas and Florida. But now, national mortgage rates have surpassed 5% and have eliminated some buyers f…
 
What’s the secret sauce to becoming a self-made success story? How do you reach high levels of wealth without the help of a large inheritance or trust fund? This week's guest has lived this story. His name is Ahmad Alyasin, and he’s the Chairman & CEO of Optima Global Financial. Ahmad's company provides complex corporate advice that assists clients…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time for us to educate people and ourselves about the importance of mental health and the resources available. And this week Joe welcomes Alison Seponara to the podcast. Alison is a licensed psychotherapist and is known as @TheAnxietyHealer on Instagram. She is also the author of the new book, The Anxiety Hea…
 
Entrepreneurs post regularly on LinkedIn and write blogs for the specific purpose of elevating their brand and their authority. But what about regular people who turn a blog into a business? This week, Joe talks to Christian Senger, the founder of Holy City Sinner. Christian shares how he built a blog and accompanying social media handles that beca…
 
What does it take to become fearless in business? An even bigger question, what does it take to become a fearless leader? This week, Joe welcomes Brendan Keegan, the Founder of bFearless & CEO of Merchants Fleet. Brendan is a 6-time award-winning CEO, who has built a system to overpower his own fear, uncertainty, and doubt and achieved astronomical…
 
COVID-19 gave small businesses the chance to reevaluate their challenges and reimagine their business. And now over 70% of small business owners believe their business is better off now than it was one year ago. So how did small and medium-sized businesses not only survive but thrive? Joining Joe this week is Wendy Taccetta, Verizon Business’ senio…
 
Much has been written about supply chain issues and the lack of toilet paper, but there’s something else that’s been in short supply recently, and that is kindness. Joe's guest this week is Andra Liemandt and she is the founder of Austin-based The Kindness Campaign (TKC), a national nonprofit devoted to research-based emotional intelligence and ant…
 
For years, the world of business has been described as cut-throat, dog-eat-dog, and ruthless. But now more and more businesses are centered around building a kinder, more sustainable world. On the latest episode of the podcast, Joe is joined by Giovanna Mingarelli, who sits at the forefront of this kindness revolution. Giovanna is a Canadian entrep…
 
For seven seasons, Kerry Washington starred as Olivia Pope on the hit TV series Scandal, but what’s it like to handle crisis management for real? In 2022. This week, Joe welcomes Stephanie Craig, one of the country’s top crisis and reputation strategists. She's currently the Vice President of Consulting at Kith, where she helps clients expertly pre…
 
There’s the old line that “doctors are lousy business people,” and it could be because they spend over a decade studying and training to get the doctor part right. They’re not spending a lot of time taking MBA Classes or reading Good to Great. But now it’s more difficult than ever to make it in medicine, and that’s even before that who pandemic thi…
 
NFT’s blew up in 2021, but behind the scenes, Non-Fungible Token entrepreneurs have been developing products and services for years. And now all that hard work is finally seeing the light of day. In New York City, the first-ever NFT-vending machine popped up in the financial district, with prices ranging from $5 to over 400 dollars. The once old-fa…
 
Joe welcomes Jeff Spring to the podcast. Jeff is the CEO of the Disc Golf Pro Tour, and there's a chance that the “greatest shot in disc golf history” might have popped up on your timeline last summer. James Conrad’s 247-foot birdie forced a playoff at the world championships and the Disc Golf Pro Tour went viral. The sport has grown rapidly and sa…
 
There are many reasons why physicians make great entrepreneurs: They’re committed to continuous professional development and learning, they want to make a difference in people's lives, AND they have the tenacity and determination to thrive in ultra-competitive environments. This week, Joe welcomes Dr. Arash Aftabi and Dr. Farnoush Fadavi, a husband…
 
Joe welcomes professional football player turned investor Alex Smith to the podcast. After playing 16 years in the NFL and inspiring the sports world with his recovery from a life-threatening injury, Alex pivoted to broadcasting and investing in startups. Alex talks about his post-football career, how social media impacts professional athletes, and…
 
Media companies would love to release their (very) expensive blockbusters to the world's most populous country, but only China's fickle censors can dictate whether, when, and how a movie gets released. So how did we get here, and why do some of the most powerful executives on the planet bend over backward for the People's Republic of China? This we…
 
This episode features your basic story of a neuroscientist turned fashion model turned skincare entrepreneur. Joe is joined by Carolyn Li Ming Geh, the founder of a skincare company that integrates ancient Southeast Asian beauty practices and traditional methods. Carolyn talks about her circuitous route to entrepreneurship and the purpose behind he…
 
Warren Buffett famously said, “Diversification is protection against ignorance,” and this week's guest is changing the way we look at real estate with a platform that has been called “Real Estate Investing for All”. On the podcast, Joe spends time with Drew Sterrett, the co-founder of LEX, which gives customers the opportunity to invest in real est…
 
Nearly all the Big Tech companies are investing in Virtual Reality. The global virtual reality market is expected to more than triple over the next seven years, expanding from $21 billion to $69 billion by 2028. And Joe's guest this episode is at the forefront of creating content for a virtual world. His name is Joel Newton, he’s an award-winning f…
 
On this episode of the podcast, Joe welcomes Esther Franklin, a serial entrepreneur whose area of expertise is centered around highway infrastructure. Politicians love talking about infrastructure during election cycles, but fixes usually get put off until they’re absolutely necessary. Because of that, U.S. airports, roads, and public transportatio…
 
The Olympics are big business. NBC paid over $7 Billion dollars for the rights to broadcast the Games through 2032. But who else benefits from the Olympics outside the obvious; athletes, corporate sponsors, and host countries? Do winter sports companies benefit from an Olympic boom? Joe's guest this week is Matt Gold, the CEO of Christy Sports, one…
 
We all want to create projects and execute projects, but most of the time you can’t do it without a project manager handling task status, time entries, and wrangling files. Joe's guest this week is a sought-after speaker and trainer in the industry. Her name is Denise Brinkmeyer. She is the President & CEO of JUMP Technology Services and the author…
 
With Super Bowl Sunday and Valentine’s Day just a few days apart, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas for the wine, spirits, and beer industry. Joining Joe this week is a successful Australian-born winemaker and ginsmith who has jumped into the burgeoning ‘Ready To Drink’ space. His name is Gerry Rowland, and he’s the founder of Coit Spirit…
 
Over the past 20 years, schools have embraced technology in the classroom and the use of tablets has become a part of their curriculum. But Joe's guest this week recognized a gap in the marketplace and set out to develop high-quality headsets that not only provide a top-notch audio experience but are designed to withstand the rigors of daily use by…
 
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