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Secret Tech Sauce Podcast - A Podcast With Ben Martinez

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Mar 3, 2017

I had the opportunity to meet live at Publik Coffee Roasters with comedian, Steve Soelberg . Steve is a comedian centered on making his audience laugh. He prepares his material without the worry of being politically correct and believes that comedy is the last form of “free speech”.

 

Being alone on stage with the goal of making hundreds of people laugh and connect with you requires personal power and Steve gets this power with a deep-rooted believe in himself. If you do not believe in yourself, then nobody will. Steve has performed all over America and knows that he needs to believe he is the best before he can think anyone else will think he is the best comedian.  

 

In this episode you will learn:

  • The type of hot beverage Steve and I are sipping – Coffee from the small country of Burundi for Ben & tea for Steve
  • Steve’s background and how he got into comedy
  • The power of believing in yourself
  • Comedy – The last true form of free speech
  • Comedy is not for the thin skinned or politically correct
  • Indie – Comedy. What is it and how does it relate to other comedy
  • Being “funny” or being “famous” in comedy. There is a difference
  • Getting fired from a job – turning lemons into lemonade
  • Top comedians Steve picks as mentors
  • The importance of making more mistakes
  • Coffee’s for closers – Episode over

 

Without further ado, please listen to this episode.

 

Links:

Steve’s website

Steve on YouTube  

Steve on Instagram


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Feb 22, 2017

With all the attention of start-ups going in the big cities of San Francisco, Los Angeles or New York City - Colleen Jenkins has found her niche in St. Louis with PluggedIn.

She has created a customized technology platform as a service as a software. During her days leading Talent Acquisition for the VC firm, Cultivation Capital, she realized that early stage start ups do not have the time or help finding top talent. Thus, she took her entrepreneur skills to work and started PluggedIn.

Entrepreneurship is nothing new to Colleen. In May 2014, she founded and launched CoderGirl, an all-women’s coding meet-up and training program and even started a music company way back in the day called, Coma Gun Music. The point is she has hustle and can ball with the best of them.

 

In this episode you will learn:

  • Insight into coffee styles and how techies are using coffee
  • Colleen’s background - St. Louis style from high school to graduate school
  • Technology for the productivity minded- Slack to Google docs to SLC, Utah based - Lucid Software
  • Product CEO vs. Sales CEO
  • The importance of mentors and who Colleen goes to for advice
  • Reading and music - important for anyone who wants to live wisely
  • Colleen’s days in her 20s living in a treehouse with her roommate and a monkey
  • Coffee's for closers - episode over. Check PluggedIn - For your start-up.

 

Without further ado, please listen to this episode.


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Jan 29, 2017

We are a few weeks into the New Year and I submit to say you have already failed at your resolution. 41% of Americans make resolutions. Only 9% succeed in making the resolutions and 42% never succeed at their resolutions. These statistics do not mean we should avoid thinking about how to be better.

 

Resolutions fade away over the year because of our attitudes. Every day we have a choice of what our attitude will be, not just the start of a new year. No matter how little sleep you get the night before, your attitude will carry you through the day and attract the people and work you do.

In this episode you will learn:

  • An approach that is better than New Year's Resolutions.
  • Reflection upon my past resolutions since 2013 and how they have helped my life.
  • Insights into my new podcast logo
  • Peak under the covers about my coffee roast profile
  • And much, much more…

 

Without further ado, please listen to this episode.


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