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Author: Ken Knorr

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A podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders and any person seeking success. Designed especially for those in the marketing, digital marketing, advertising, and public relations industries. The Daily Drive is here to provide and feed you with the news, information, inspiration and tools to "drive" your journey to success. Whether you are a CEO, CMO, Owner, or even just a web designer just starting out, our show will give you actionable techniques to take you to the next level.

Hosted by Ken Knorr the CEO of white label digital marketing firm That! Company.

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The Daily Drive is a podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders, and any person seeking success.  Listen to Part 2 of The Daily Drive podcast with David Barnett, the  CEO of Pop Sockets.Bio: David Barnett is the founder and CEO of PopSockets LLC. He was a philosophy major at Emory, a physics major at CU-Boulder, received his PhD in philosophy from NYU, and from 2005-2015 was a philosophy professor at CU-Boulder. His research specialized in philosophy of language and philosophy of mind, before he reached enlightenment and became an entrepreneur. In 2010, Barnett was looking to stop his earbud cord from getting tangled and achieved this by gluing two buttons to the back of his phone and wrapping the earbud cord around the buttons. As ugly as the buttons were, they worked. In the course of improving on the idea, he developed about 60 different prototypes, making the buttons expand and collapse via an accordion mechanism, so that they could function as both a stand and a grip. In 2012, Barnett launched a Kickstarter campaign for an iPhone case with two PopSockets grips integrated into the case. In addition to getting successfully funded, the KickStarter campaign enabled Barnett to show the world his dancing prowess. Two years later, in 2014, Barnett launched the business out of his garage in Boulder, Colorado, and has subsequently sold over 140 million PopSockets grips around the world. Pop Sockets Social Media:InstagramTwitter
The Daily Drive is a podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders, and any person seeking success.  Listen to Part 1 of The Daily Drive podcast with David Barnett, the  CEO of Pop Sockets.Bio: David Barnett is the founder and CEO of PopSockets LLC. He was a philosophy major at Emory, a physics major at CU-Boulder, received his PhD in philosophy from NYU, and from 2005-2015 was a philosophy professor at CU-Boulder. His research specialized in philosophy of language and philosophy of mind, before he reached enlightenment and became an entrepreneur. In 2010, Barnett was looking to stop his earbud cord from getting tangled and achieved this by gluing two buttons to the back of his phone and wrapping the earbud cord around the buttons. As ugly as the buttons were, they worked. In the course of improving on the idea, he developed about 60 different prototypes, making the buttons expand and collapse via an accordion mechanism, so that they could function as both a stand and a grip. In 2012, Barnett launched a Kickstarter campaign for an iPhone case with two PopSockets grips integrated into the case. In addition to getting successfully funded, the KickStarter campaign enabled Barnett to show the world his dancing prowess. Two years later, in 2014, Barnett launched the business out of his garage in Boulder, Colorado, and has subsequently sold over 140 million PopSockets grips around the world. Pop Sockets Social Media:InstagramTwitter
The Daily Drive is a podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders, and any person seeking success.  Listen to Part 2 of The Daily Drive podcast with Jeffrey Palermo, the  CEO of Clear Measure.Jeffrey Palermo is the CEO of Clear Measure, a DevOps-centered software engineering firm, one of the fastest growing small businesses in central TX (ABJ/Inc. 5000). Jeffrey has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP since 2006 and has spoken at national conferences such as Microsoft Ignite, Tech Ed, VS Live, and DevTeach. He has founded and run several software user groups and is the author of several print books, video books, and many articles. A graduate of Texas A&M University (BA) and the Jack Welch Management Institute (MBA), an Eagle Scout, and an Iraq war veteran, Jeffrey likes to spend time with his family of five camping and riding dirt bikes. Twitter 
The Daily Drive is a podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders, and any person seeking success.  Listen to Part 1 of The Daily Drive podcast with Jeffrey Palermo, the  CEO of Clear Measure.Jeffrey Palermo is the CEO of Clear Measure, a DevOps-centered software engineering firm, one of the fastest growing small businesses in central TX (ABJ/Inc. 5000). Jeffrey has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP since 2006 and has spoken at national conferences such as Microsoft Ignite, Tech Ed, VS Live, and DevTeach. He has founded and run several software user groups and is the author of several print books, video books, and many articles. A graduate of Texas A&M University (BA) and the Jack Welch Management Institute (MBA), an Eagle Scout, and an Iraq war veteran, Jeffrey likes to spend time with his family of five camping and riding dirt bikes. Twitter 
The Daily Drive is a podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders, and any person seeking success.  Listen to Part 2 of The Daily Drive podcast with Steven Sashen, the  CEO of Xero Shoes.Steven Sashen is a serial entrepreneur who has never had a job, a former professional stand up comic and award-winning screenwriter, and a competitive sprinter -- one of the fastest men over 55 in the country (maybe the fastest 55+ Jew in the world!). He and his wife, Lena Phoenix, co-founded the footwear company Xero Shoes, creating "a MOVEMENT movement" which has helped hundreds of thousands of people Live Life Feet First with happy, healthy, strong feet in addictively comfortable footwear. Steven and Lena also appeared on Shark Tank, where they turned down a $400,000 offer from Kevin O'Leary.   FacebookInstagramTwitter 
The Daily Drive is a podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders, and any person seeking success.  Listen to Part 1 of The Daily Drive podcast with Steven Sashen, the  CEO of Xero Shoes.Steven Sashen is a serial entrepreneur who has never had a job, a former professional stand up comic and award-winning screenwriter, and a competitive sprinter -- one of the fastest men over 55 in the country (maybe the fastest 55+ Jew in the world!). He and his wife, Lena Phoenix, co-founded the footwear company Xero Shoes, creating "a MOVEMENT movement" which has helped hundreds of thousands of people Live Life Feet First with happy, healthy, strong feet in addictively comfortable footwear. Steven and Lena also appeared on Shark Tank, where they turned down a $400,000 offer from Kevin O'Leary.   FacebookInstagramTwitter 
The Daily Drive is a podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders, and any person seeking success.  Listen to Part 2 of The Daily Drive podcast with Greg Dickinson, the  CEO of  Omedym.Welcome to a new customer engagement experience.It’s the age of the customer, and Omedym is excited to bring a fresh perspective to the customer engagement experience. One which equally benefits both your customer and you, the supplier. By giving your customer reliable and progressive ways to operate more effectively. And by giving you brand-new customer insights that increase revenue opportunities and drive down costs.Welcome to Omedym. Welcome to a new customer engagement experience.Start Your Demo!LinkedInTwitter
The Daily Drive is a podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders, and any person seeking success.  Listen to Part 1 of The Daily Drive podcast with Greg Dickinson, the  CEO of  Omedym.Welcome to a new customer engagement experience.It’s the age of the customer, and Omedym is excited to bring a fresh perspective to the customer engagement experience. One which equally benefits both your customer and you, the supplier. By giving your customer reliable and progressive ways to operate more effectively. And by giving you brand-new customer insights that increase revenue opportunities and drive down costs.Welcome to Omedym. Welcome to a new customer engagement experience.Start Your Demo!LinkedInTwitter
The Daily Drive is a podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders, and any person seeking success.  Listen to Part 2 of The Daily Drive podcast with Amy Bielski, the  CEO of  Ripple Effect.Ripple Effect works with federal, private, and non-profit clients to support some of the most crucial policies and programs that shape our nation. We are researchers and communicators, scientists, analysts and more, linked by curiosity and a commitment to excellence. We undertake challenging missions every day, and to make them successful we must think differently. So we don’t just hire smart people; we recruit PhD-level experts who truly understand our clients’ issues and pair them with functional specialists to build common sense, tailored solutions. We improve on designs and dig at the essential roots of problems until we find the answers. That’s the Ripple Way, and our clients deserve nothing less.Ripple Effect Social Media: FacebookLinkedInTwitter
The Daily Drive is a podcast for entrepreneurs, marketers, sales people, leaders, and any person seeking success.  Listen to Part 1 of The Daily Drive podcast with Amy Bielski, the  CEO of  Ripple Effect.Ripple Effect works with federal, private, and non-profit clients to support some of the most crucial policies and programs that shape our nation. We are researchers and communicators, scientists, analysts and more, linked by curiosity and a commitment to excellence. We undertake challenging missions every day, and to make them successful we must think differently. So we don’t just hire smart people; we recruit PhD-level experts who truly understand our clients’ issues and pair them with functional specialists to build common sense, tailored solutions. We improve on designs and dig at the essential roots of problems until we find the answers. That’s the Ripple Way, and our clients deserve nothing less.Ripple Effect Social Media: FacebookLinkedInTwitter
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Dianna W

music is too loud

Nov 9th
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Glory Dey

Hi, Very good episode, the dynamics clearly explained. Thanks for the insight.

Jul 3rd
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Michael Knorr

good stuff :)

Jul 1st
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