In our 18th episode of the White Collar Therapy Show, your hosts Robb Holman and Ryan Gerardi meet in their virtual coffee shop to talk about the challenges and hurdles of improving your health, your diet, your daily routine – all things that contribute to who you are as a person. Lead Yourself First dives deep into Chapter 5 of Robb’s book – Lead the Way.
In a culture filled with self-proclaimed leaders, masters, and motivators – I, like many, am weary of what crosses my path. I’m not one for self-help material, and I certainly don’t grab for business-minded how-to books. With Brandin Wilkinson, however, Author of ReThink Selling, the title and description of his book grabbed my attention: Why you only know 20% of sales.
Video and podcast featuring conversation with two auto retail marketers and a Chicagoland marketer about the growing trend of voice search for online shopping, and what retailers need to be thinking about and doing with Voice Search Optimization (VSO).
Podcast and video featuring Ryan Gerardi, Terry Lancaster, and John Couture talking about the Super Bowl LIII commercials. From Hyundai’s ‘Elevator to Hell’ to Bud Lights’ ‘Game of Beers’ and ‘Bud Thrones’ these guys cover it all with wit, charm, and sarcasm. Also included in this post are several hilarious Tweets that were featured during the live show.
There are moments in life that hammer home the idea of what’s truly important. Moments that immediately affect your perspective, and alter your sentiment. Often times, these moments result in the loss of someone in…
Many would say you should keep a strong separation between your professional and personal lives. But is this thinking a proven and beneficial approach to your whole self? Is this truly what is best for us as individuals? Thus is the premise for this episode of The White Collar Therapy Show with Robb & Ryan. Faced with a moral dilemma in the workplace and with family, Ryan deploys the counsel of many to help understand how to best deal with a tricky situation.
Your website is more than just a place where you present product information to shoppers. It’s also a minefield of data. Behavioral data. By understanding what behaviors drive car sales, you have the ability to know what brought them there, and ultimately where to get more of them.
When the postcard arrived, it was no surprise. My stepdad sends me postcards all the time. A photo of a shipwrecked fishing boat, haggard on the shore. Clearly the result of a storm. I didn’t…
NADA 2019 begins this week (JAN 24-27) in San Francisco. To kick off the event, we dedicated this episode of our live weekly broadcast to have a look at all the action. From keynote speakers to planned functions and activities, this podcast and video covers a lot of ground.
When Ryan experiences a jarring and traumatic moment on New Year’s Eve, it triggers a grieving process worthy of discussion for the WCT show with Robb. Dealing with grief in the workplace is not the same as coping with grief at home with friends, family, and loved ones.