If you’ve watched Fear Factor during its early days, you’re likely familiar with its well known host, Joe Rogan. He has been an early pioneer in digital media and with that, he has over four million subscribers on his YouTube channel, the Joe Rogan Experience. He also puts out a lot of content on his podcast which continues to sit atop the Top 10 charts of all podcast platforms. In this episode, I’m talking about four important things innovative leaders can learn from his digital strategy.
I’ve been working remotely for almost five years now. I love the flexibility that allows me to be able to work from home, while traveling, and with a team that is distributed around the world. In the process, I’ve learned the need for tools to collaborate, organize, systematize and personalize connections. In this episode, I’m talking about three essential tools my team and I have been using, that may also help you work more effectively. How about you? What tools do you and your team use?
5 Years ago Katie and I made the decision to sell our 2 story custom built house on a cul-de-sac (our forever home… I thought), our cars and pretty much everything we owned to move our family of 4 to New York City. This was never a part of my 20 year plan and as we flesh out on the podcast, we really didn’t have a plan. We share the raw story of why we moved to The Big Apple and everything we have experienced along the way.
The idea for this podcast came out of our desire to document our adventure for friends and family and has been so fun to see how many more people have been interested in our journey. I would love for you to check out the podcast and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts as we upload a new episode every week. We’re very excited about some upcoming episodes as we begin to introduce some new friends in NYC (hint: follow @comingtonyc on Instagram).