Now she’s sharing what she’s learned and taking her friends along for the ride. On The Lawyer Who Rocks, Joleen chats up fellow entrepreneurs about what they do, how they do it, and what they’ve learned along the way. From founders of startups making waves in tech and media, to authors, musicians and VC’s – The Lawyer Who Rocks is amplifying their badassery with the world at large.
Data. Data. Data. In the tech world, all we hear about is the importance of data. Marty Roberts, CEO of Wicket Labs shares how his nerdtastic idea to bridge the gap from insights to action led to the creation of ground-breaking data analytic products. As a seasoned and respected tech veteran, Marty has great insights on creating a corporate culture. If that weren’t enough, you will learn Marty’s Law of Corporate Common Sense.
When the two most famous female rock icons in the world showed up on Sue Ennis’ doorstep at Berkeley, her life changed forever. Sue’s friendship with Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart began at Sammamish High School and their songwriting partnership has led to over 30 million records sold. Sue talks to Joleen about the business of songwriting, the changing music industry and why relationships are the lifeblood of a long career.
And this is why, they just work harder than everyone else. When was the last time you worked a 20-hour day and slept on your office floor? That is badass! Matthew Zagursky and Devin Nash started early and never quit. They bonded over their love of live broadcasting of video game play and it blossomed from there. It didn’t take long to form N3RDFUSION, a talent agency for live broadcasting gamers. They sat down with Joleen to tell their story.
What can a business owner learn from an elite athlete like Russell Wilson? Liz Boyer, owner of Northwest Performance Psychology discusses how using sports psychology techniques in your everyday life can help you grow your business and perform to your highest potential.
Film Producer. Record Label. Management Company. Tech Investor. Brent Stiefel does it all. How does a guy from Miami who started in pharmaceuticals create Votiv Entertainment, Seattle’s most exciting entertainment conglomerate? Joleen learns how his MBA degree from University of Washington and an internship at Sub Pop paved the way.
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