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How'd It Happen Podcast

Author: Mike Malatesta

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“How’d it Happen?” is a conversational-based podcast, hosted by me, Mike Malatesta. I’m a curious guy living in the Midwest who’s had some success, along with a lot of “not-quite success”. The podcast explores the stories, beliefs, actions, and experiences of my guests, each of whom has achieved a high level of success in their lives, which I like to define as the value a person creates for others in the world. My guests will include entrepreneurs, business and non-profit leaders, physicians, athletes, adventurers, artists, teachers and other high performers from all walks, all points, and all perspectives of life.
227 Episodes
Shama Hyder is a web and TV personality, a bestselling author, and the founder & CEO of Zen Media, a global marketing and digital PR firm, which specializes in helping both B2B and B2C companies dominate the digital world. The post Shama Hyder, The Zen of Social Media Marketing (#199) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Jeff Peterson is the co-founder and CEO of Geneva Supply, one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S., recognized by Entrepreneur magazine. The post Jeff Peterson, I Don’t Call Myself an Entrepreneur (#198) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Robyn Levin is the Founder & CEO of Robyn Levin Media, a strategic marketing & PR consulting firm that helps entrepreneurs with digital marketing. The post Robyn Levin, Helping Entrepreneurs Through Strategic Marketing (#197) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Jeff Badu is an entrepreneur and a wealth multiplier. He is a licensed Certified Public Accountant and the founder and CEO of Badu Enterprises, LLC, which is a multinational conglomerate that owns several key companies. The post Jeff Badu, The Wealth Multiplier for the Super Hungry (#196) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Overcoming disabilities & self-imposed limitations have been crucial components to Chris Ruden's journey of unlocking his potential for growth and contribution, and he's now using his bionic arm and autoimmune disease to empower and transform audiences with his perennial message "Limitations are Self-Imposed". The post Chris Ruden, Overcoming Disabilities & Self-Imposed Limitations (#195) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
LivePerson is a company that focuses on creating meaningful connections between brands and consumers. Rob LoCascio has been the CEO of LivePerson since its beginning in 1995, which makes him one of the longest-standing CEOs of a tech company today. The post Rob LoCascio, The History and The Future of LivePerson, Inc. (#194) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Kara Bowman is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist that has found her purpose in helping people get through grief and trauma. The post Kara Bowman, Helping People Get Through Grief & Trauma (#193) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
The history of Reebok dates back to 1958, when Joe and his brother Jeff started the company in England. In the 1980s Reebok really took off by becoming a multi-million dollar company, but that was still the very beginning. Reebok grew even further and it not only became a multi-billion dollar company, but also one of the most iconic shoe brands in history. The post Joe Foster, The History of Reebok (#192) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Airmeet is an innovative, all-in-one platform to host online interactive & immersive events. Lalit Mangal is the co-founder and CEO of Airmeet. The post Lalit Mangal, Airmeet: The Future of Videoconference (#191) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Dan T. Rogers is the CEO & Founder of Sales Sidekick, where he brings insights and skills to help sales leaders become sidekicks to their superhero clients. The post Dan T. Rogers, Turn Your Clients into Superheroes with Sales Sidekick (#190) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
At 16 years of age, EA Csolkovits was working as a janitor when he had to clean June Martino's house. The meeting with the "McDonald's den mother" put him on the path to find a mentor, becoming successful, and ultimately, a giver. The post EA Csolkovits, Why Givers Earn 3x More than Takers? (#189) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Mark E. Watson III is an investor, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and is the perfect person from which to learn how to show up in life. The post Mark E. Watson III, How To Show Up in Life and Go Do It (#188) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Building a successful business is not easy, as it requires the coordination of many moving parts. In this episode, James Ashcroft talks about how Pinnacle Business Guides can help with that. The post James Ashcroft, Building a Successful Business with Pinnacle Business Guides (#187) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
In his mid-40s, Shawn Faessler was celebrating his 20th service anniversary at General Electric when he found himself in somewhat of an early midlife crisis. That's when he quit his job and focused on living life to the fullest. The post Shawn Faessler, Living Life to the Fullest No Matter the Limitations (#186) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
David Hertz is the founder of David Hertz Architects and has focused for the last 37 years on regenerative architecture, which means creating architecture that ultimately gives back more than it takes. The post David Hertz, Decreasing Environmental Impact with Regenerative Architecture (#185) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Andy Graham is the CEO of Alen Air Purifiers, an Austin-based company which focuses on improving the quality of people's lives by making the best air purification products. The post Andy Graham, Keeping the Air Clean with Alen Air Purifiers (#184) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Making the choice to succeed is what has guided Aaron Golub from a young age. He was born with no vision in his right eye and limited vision in the left one, but he didn't want this to limit his potential. On the contrary, he decided that he never wanted to settle with being average and that he needed to achieve something greater. The post Aaron Golub, Making the Choice to Succeed (#183) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
George and Debbie Crave met back in the 1970s, and thanks to their common interest in dairy farming, they helped to shape a more Sustainable Cheese & Dairy Farming at the Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese. The post George & Debbie Crave, Sustainable Cheese & Dairy Farming (#182) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Jeroen Corthout is the co-founder of the CRM Salesflare, designed to simplify your customer relationships with automation and to help you build better relationships with your customers. The post Jeroen Corthout, Automate Your Customer Relationships With CRM Salesflare (#181) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Rob Saik has been featured on the "How’d It Happen Podcast" episode #179, and having massive experience as a professional agrologist, entrepreneur, and consultant, one episode was not enough to uncover everything that has to do with making agriculture sustainable, so here we are with part. 2! The post Rob Saik, Making Agriculture Sustainable Pt. 2 (#180) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
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