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Matthew Capala is an Internet marketer, growth consultant, entrepreneur, international speaker, trainer and author. In addition to running a growth consultancy and training firm Alphametic, he is the founder of a popular blog, SearchDecoder.com, and Adj. Professor at NYU,where he Screen Shot 2015-01-27 at 11.54.45 AMteaches advanced, graduate course on search marketing. Matthew writes for several leading publications, including The Next Web, ProBlogger, and Sparksheet, and was featured on global media outlets, including the Huffington Post.

Today, we talk about his latest edition of SEO Like I’m 5, an audible audiobook.  Check it out!

 

 

Tell me a story. John Saddington is back with an incredible story of his journey to having Desk.pm, his software, being named “Best of App Store 2014”.  Inspiring, moving interview from someone I deeply respect.  Check it out:

David Allen returns to share what his next actions have been since we’ve talked with him last.  In our last interview, he gave us a primer of GTD.  Today, we delve into some advanced techniques and future possibilities.  David’s’s the author of such incredible books as “Getting Things Done,” (which is coming out in a second edition in March 2015.)  “Making it all work”, and “Ready for Anything”. We ask David about *his* next action lists, some of his strangest inbox moments, and find out what’s new in his latest book.

Interview with GTD Creator, David Allen:

Key David Allen Interview Points:

  • What does David’s idea of “wild success” look like?
  • What’s some of the strangest inbox items David’s ever dealt with?
  • Why the suspension of judgement when new ideas come our way?
  • And more!

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Randy LewisToday on The ProGuide, we interview Randy Lewis.  He’s the former Vice President of Walgreens, Peace Corps volunteer, Fortune 50 executive and accidental advocate who led Walgreens’ logistics division for sixteen years as the chain grew from 1,500 to 8,000 stores. Randy introduced an inclusive model in Walgreens distribution centers that resulted in ten percent of its workforce consisting of people with disabilities who are held to the same standards as those without disabilities. Its success has changed the lives of thousands with and without disabilities and is serving as a model for other employers in the U.S and abroad.  His new book explores that process: There’s No Greatness Without Goodness.

Hear the interview after the jump!

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