Author: Michael Woodward

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jumbleThink is a podcast focused on sharing the stories of dreamers, makers, innovators, and influencers from various segments of life. Along the way we will share tips that you can use in your pursuit to chase your big idea or dream. Our guests include artists, authors, business owners and executives, film makers, artisans, builders, politicians and other world changers. We set out to learn how their big idea started and what keeps them chasing their dreams. Our host, Michael Woodward, has worked with hundreds of businesses to help them refine their ideas and create their big dream.
204 Episodes
From Lawyer to Entrepreneur with Christine Ziebell
Christine Ziebell took the risk of leaving a known career as an attorney to start something of her own. In her journey of entrepreneurship she went from being a lawyer at a law firm to starting her own law firm. This gave her a glimpse into the world of entrepreneurship. From there she decided to take the leap to become a tech founder and start Intraboom. Through Intraboom she is helping entrepreneurs and business owners build remote teams through better communication tools, digital workplaces, and systems for better productivity. Their platform is helping businesses embrace the co-working and remote working in new ways. In the episode we chat about women in tech, co-working and digital workplaces, building company culture with remote workers, systems for entrepreneurs and business owners, using simplicity for success, and creating something from nothing.Recommended reading: The E-Myth RevisitedToday's episode is sponsored by Flocksy,, and Mighty TravelsLearn more about Idea CampsChristine Ziebell is the founder of Intraboom. When designing Intraboom, Christine did something different. She didn't talk to engineers. She only talked to end-users to find out what they wanted in a system like Intraboom to do. In fact, there were exactly zero engineers and developers involved in designing Intraboom right up until the day we started coding. It's so SIMPLE because it was designed by normal people.But simplicity is just one of the strengths of Intraboom. Another strength came a bit later. They realized that the world was changing, and that people (especially millennials) were starting to work more and more on their mobile phones. They wanted to get more done using their phones - not just monitor emails (while browsing through Instagram and Snapchat). So Intraboom built a similar experience. Just scroll down your feed, and you are up to speed.They are the simple most user-friendly digital workplace for teamwork and projects out there. An all-in-one system that with zero configuration and no learning curve, that allows you to work anytime, anywhere, on your computer or on your phone.Intraboom is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. Their team is a group of highly motivated an committed individuals, who will stop at nothing to provide the best possible service and to see their customers succeed.
Being a Born Entrepreneur with Steve Olsher
Many entrepreneurs tell you the success and highlight stories about their journey but won't really open up about their journey to their success. Entrepreneurship is often a hard and lonely journey. Steve Olsher has built many successful businesses, podcasts, and authored a best selling book but his transparency in how to build success is what many love about him. In today's episode we explore the many peaks and valleys of entrepreneurship. In the episode we also talk about: New Media (what it is and how you can leverage it), Podcasting, being a 'born entrepreneur', online marketing and your reputation, and much more.Steve Olsher is known as the world’s foremost reinvention expert. Famous for helping individuals and corporations become exceptionally clear on their WHAT – that is, the ONE thing they were created to do – his practical, no-holds-barred approach to life and business propels his clients towards achieving massive profitability while also cultivating a life of purpose, conviction, and contribution.A 25+ year entrepreneur, Steve is the Chairman & Founder of, online pioneer who launched on CompuServe’s Electronic Mall in 1993, New York Times bestselling author of What Is Your WHAT? Discover The ONE Amazing Thing You Were Born To Do, author of the Business Technology Book of the Year, Internet Prophets: The World’s Leading Experts Reveal How to Profit Online, creator of The New Media Summit, host of the #1 rated radio show/podcast Reinvention Radio, international keynote speaker, and an in-demand media guest who has appeared on CNN, The Huffington Post, the cover of Foundr Magazine and countless other media outlets.LinksBook: What is Your WhatNew Media Summit: Reading: Gorilla Marketing Today's Episode is Sponsored by Flocksy and OpportunityInChina.comCheck out Idea Camps at
Bootstrapping Your Startup with Sam & Charles Ryan
What does it take to build a business startup with a Bootstrap philosophy and succeed in launching your idea? Brother's Sam and Charles Ryan did just that while building their business Flocksy. What is bootstrapping your business? It is the act of starting a business with no money or very little money. That means no money from VC or Angel Funds, no outside investments, and building the business as you grow the business. Sam and Charles were able to build Flocksy by staying lean even in quick growth.In the episode we also discuss: running a business with family, dealing with fast growth, building a broad portfolio, what it really means to be an entrepreneur, the world of startups, evolving your dreams and ideas, standing out against your competition, and collaborating with your customers.Sam is an entrepreneur with a strong technical background and a bachelors degree in web development. He is a co-founder and CEO of Flocksy. His personal mantra includes a firm belief in the power of teamwork, the wisdom of taking risks, and that there’s nothing better than bacon. Sam has been a part of the launch of several companies, including Hatchwise, where he is the CTO and all around guru.Launched in 2016, Flocksy is a website maintenance and graphic design company specializing in supplying support and graphic design work to small businesses. Their headquarters are located in New London, CT, and their project managers and designers are located all over the globe.The company was founded by 3 brothers, Sam Ryan who brings a strong technical background and web development skills, George Ryan who is a seasoned entrepreneur and an experienced designer, and Charles Ryan who is a business graduate in marketing and management.They have assembled a team of project managers and graphic designers who work remotely.Flocksy provides website support and graphic design work, with their target customers being primarily startups and small companies who cannot afford or justify employing a full-time designer.LinksWebsite:'s episode was sponsored by and Idea Camps
Build an Execution Habit with Sean Johnson
Having an idea or dream is the start, but how do you execute on that dream or idea? Sean Johnson is an expert on helping entrepreneurs, startups, and organization build better products and experience for their customers. He shares why you need to build your execution habit and how you can create it. We also discuss: Why marketers need to have a stronger voice in product or technology decisions, How to use customer feedback to drive rapid product growth, How to model growth and focus on the levers with the biggest impact, How to ensure new customers have a fantastic first time experience, How to use data to get users to the "aha moment", How to design triggers to create habits and drive long term engagement, Strategies for building effective growth loops to improve referral, Product design principles, and much moreSean Johnson is a partner at Digital Intent, which helps amazing companies transform themselves with technology. He has deep experience in product design and digital marketing, and helps organizations understand how to combine the two to create better experiences for customers. Sean is a general partner at Founder Equity, a Chicago-based venture fund, and teaches digital marketing at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management. He's been featured in Forbes, Inc, Fortune and more on topics related to entrepreneurship, venture capital and digital marketing.Recommended Reading: Getting Things DoneLinksWebsite: www.digintent.comFacebook:'s episode is sponsored by Flocksy and OpportunityInChina.comLearn more about jumbleThink Idea Camps at
Connecting to your audience with Bonnie Bruderer
In a noisy world it's becoming harder to connect with your audience. Your message and story is being lost in the clutter of all the content. So how do you stand out in a noisy world? How can you find your tribe and connect with them? Bonnie Bruderer is changing the game by creating a platform to connect directly to your audience and cut through the noise. In today's episode we discuss:-Building Exposure-Distributing your content-Content Creation-Monetizing your content-Audio vs Video content-Sustainable content creationBonnie Bruderer is a film and TV producer with over 700 television segments, and the writer, director, producer of the documentary: INFLUENCER on the social media generation and the advertising industry. With a strong background in technology and media, she started her career at companies like CitySearch, NBC Internet, Active Networks and learned first hand how to build and sell emerging media. She worked for two decades, touring with some of the world’s top personal development gurus including Tony Robbins, Harvey Mackay and others. She founded BINGE networks, which is a multi-channel media network for creators and brands, with syndication on 50 top OTT television networks. The company has a proprietary technology that can instantly get any video content featured in outlets all over the world. She is a kickboxer, an avid dog-lover, and auntie and has starred in multiple fight movies. She is also a four-time author and holds 10 certifications in human potential and coaching, including Columbia University’s Executive Coaching Program.Connect with Bonnie Bruderer: Twitter: @bingenetworks Facebook: @BINGEnetworks Website: and Email: Instagram: @watchbingetv Today's episode is sponsored by Flocksy and
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