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Problem Solvers

Oct 14, 2019

Robert Tuchman promised a client that he'd get 300 tickets to the Super Bowl. But with days to go before the big game, he only had six in hand. What do you do when your promise falls short? In Robert's case, you go all in to fix it. In this episode, hear how Robert turned his fortunes around—and then, tune in to his...


Oct 7, 2019

When you change your company name, can you change the way you relate to customers? That's what Neighborly (formerly Dwyer Group) is currently finding out. In this, the second in our two-part series about name changes, we learn how the country's largest home-services franchise company is redefining how it relates...


Sep 30, 2019

Does a corporate name really matter? Yes, says Guru Gowrappan. And he should know. On this episode, we learn why Yahoo and AOL was merged into a company called Oath, why Guru changed the name to Verizon Media, and how renaming the company changed the entire company’s culture—leading to more sales, more...


Sep 23, 2019

Is what’s best for you also best for your company? That's the question Netflix's co-founder and first CEO Marc Randolph had to ask himself. And it ultimately led him to rethink what he's good at—and what success looks...


Sep 16, 2019

Entrepreneurs should be life-long learners. They should constantly develop new skills, even if they don’t know the ROI on those skills. And that’s why James Altucher—the former hedge fund manager who’s built and sold many companies—dedicated himself to mastering stand-up comedy. In this conversation, he...