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Monthly Archives: March 2015


#063: Combining Business and Improv with Ron Tite

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On this episode of the UnPodcast, for only the second time in the history of the UnPodcast, we had a guest. Ron Tite, of The Tite Group joined us to discuss the intersection of improv and business.

Among other things we discussed why it’s better to bill yourself as a business speaker (who happens to be funny) rather than a comedian, the rules of improv, and great lessons business owners can learn from improv.

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#062: The Convergence of Kids, Parenting and Business

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On this episode of the UnPodcast we talked about a mistake that Quaker Oats made that caused quite a stir, and insulted a number of people, including parents of children with allergies.

We also discussed the importance of websites being mobile optimized, and what businesses often focus on instead, to their detriment.

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061: What’s Old in Social Media is New Again, and What’s New is Terribly Old

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On this episode of the UnPodcast, we talked about tactics and promises that were used in the past by social media platforms being used again. We also discussed the issue of the expectation that creatives, such as writers, speakers, and graphic designers should be willing to work for free just to gain exposure, and when it is, and is not acceptable to work for free.

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#060: Just Because it’s Legal Doesn’t Make it Right

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On this episode of the UnPodcast, we talked about the UnSelling audio book give away, Nationwide insurance, and lactating men. We also discussed heartbreaking commercials where children die, and whether or not that’s the right thing to do in marketing.

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