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We Can Do This is a podcast that connects people looking to create meaningful change with the tools, skills, and community they need to stay the course and make an impact. It's hosted by founder Sean Pritzkau, and brings together social entrepreneurs and experts on topics such as marketing, branding, no-code, and more.
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Hey, it's Sean with a quick update! I'm sharing a bit about where I've been and what's coming up. Listen in for this brief catch-up and learn how you can help shape the show in 2024.Click here to fill out the survey and enter to win a Borrow My Brain call ($497 USD).–––Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkauThreads → https://www.threads.net/@seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Keynote Speaker and Experiential Facilitator, Molly Grisham helps to build and sustain teams in a wide variety of industries. She believes that teams don’t grow apart, they die apart. She knows that elite high-performing teams in all industries get stretched and stressed by the demand to perform. She is passionate about helping teams to rediscover their strengths and restore their relationships, so they can rebuild their teams. With nearly two decades of experience as a College Soccer Coach and Communication Professor, Molly approaches her work as an educator. She meets people where they are and helps them move to where they want to be. Molly holds degrees in Communication from Belmont University, the University of Illinois, and Missouri State University. She has completed training as a Civil & Family Mediator, she is a Certified Experiential Specialist with the International Society of Experiential Professionals, and she is a Certified Myers-Briggs facilitator.Molly is down-to-earth and compels her audience to participate in the learning process. She engages groups from the moment she steps in front of them and leaves them with tools and processes that they will use long after an event has ended. She knows healthier teams lead to happier humans, and happier humans lead to high-performing teams.When not facilitating, Molly can be found at her favorite used bookstore and at various international restaurants in St. Louis. Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/030Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothiscoMolly on Instagram → https://instagram.com/molly.grishamMolly on YouTube → https://youtube/mollygrishamMolly on Twitter → https://twitter.com/mollygrishamFind Molly at https://mollygrisham.com–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Dr. Eugene K. Choi is a clinical pharmacist turned Certified Transformational Mindset coach that helps talented heart-driven leaders operate at their highest levels of clarity, energy and focus. With a background in clinical pharmacy, neuroscience, and business coaching, his unique science-backed process along with the use of groundbreaking technology helps entrepreneurs figure out how to dramatically improve performance, innovate dynamic solutions, and achieve their goals. His articles have reached over 9 million people and he has helped hundreds of leaders and heart driven entrepreneurs significantly transform their results at both a professional and personal level.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/029Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothiscoFind Eugene at https://destinyhacks.co–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Neil Malhotra is the Edith M. Cornell Professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he directs the Center for Social Innovation. He is the author of "Leading with Values" (Cambridge University Press) and the editor of "Frontiers in Social Innovation" (Harvard Business Review Press). He has authored over 75 academic articles on topics such as the relationship between business and society.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/028Buy Frontiers in Social Innovation → https://amzn.to/3mOCuqoThe Center for Social Innovation → https://gsb.stanford.edu/experience/about/centers-institutes/csiInstagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Joseph is a UX designer from Uganda with a passion for all things creative. He has experience in UI design, UX design, content strategy, product management, online media coordination and digital marketing/analytics. Joseph attended the School of Visual Arts and holds a master’s degree in Design for Social Innovation. When he’s not designing the perfect user experience, you can find him producing music, sampling fine cheese, or trying to pronounce the word "synthesis.”Shola Olabode-Dada is a behavioral scientist that promotes healthy behavior change among youth by conducting research, synthesizing information, and fostering relationships with key stakeholders. As would a detective, she collects the evidence and explores all possibilities to decipher the mystery of how young people make decisions about their health. Shola is passionate about this type of work because she wants to participate in dramatically improving the health and economic success of young people who lack access to the resources to live a fulfilling life. Her specialties include applied research methodologies, program evaluation, the application of behavior change design to digital health products, and stakeholder engagement. Shola holds a M.S. and Ph.D. in community psychology from North Carolina State University.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/027YLabs Website → https://ylabsglobal.orgJoseph on Linkedin → https://linkedin.com/in/joseph-kwesigaJoseph on Instagram → https://instagram.com/madjinbeaChange by Design by Tim Brown (CEO, IDEO) → https://ideo.com/post/change-by-designInstagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Mike Brennan is a Creator & Communicator, telling stories on pages & stages. His childhood dream was to be a cartoon. (Zoinks!) When he realized that wasn’t possible he became the next best thing – an Artist. He loves sharing experiences and making connections through his art, and helping fellow frustrated artists and creatives establish a daily creative habit of their own. Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/026Mike on Instagram → https://instagram.com/mikeboneMike on Facebook → https://facebook.com/mikeboneMike on Twitter → https://twitter.com/mikeboneParticipate in Creative Mental Health Monday's → https://creativesmentalhealth.comCreative Chats Podcast → https://creativechats.meInstagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Cory is the Co-Founder & CEO of Grow Ensemble, an impact marketing and media company on a mission to make sustainable business and more sustainable living the norm. He is also the host of The Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation Podcast, where he interviews leaders in the space of better business and social impact.Prior to leading Grow Ensemble, Cory was the CEO of a digital marketing agency, a position he earned at the age of 22. After leaving that experience, Cory began consulting on all things digital marketing & SEO exploring how he could more directly use his skills for doing good. It was then Cory dove into the world of social entrepreneurship and using business as a force for good. Soon after, Cory founded Grow Ensemble as a vehicle to raise awareness of and inspire action around some of the world’s biggest problems and problem solvers. They blog, podcast, and publish videos on all things leaving the world a better, more just, equitable, and habitable place for all.To keep up with Cory and Grow Ensemble, visit growensemble.com, or coryames.com and sign-up for their Better World Weekly Newsletter—their weekly discussion of building a better world with their community of change-makers and innovators for all sectors all over the world.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episode/025Find Cory on Twitter → https://twitter.com/AmesCoryCory on LinkedIn → https://www.linkedin.com/in/amescory/Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Danny Ozment is a business strategist and podcast consultant for busy professionals and solopreneurs who want to create podcasts that build brand loyalty and make their marketing efforts more effective. His goal is to help you clarify your message and publish engaging content that creates customers who trust you before they buy and can’t wait to tell the world about you.Danny’s refreshing approach as the owner of Emerald City Productions has made him a sought-after speaker, online educator, and consultant for major corporations and thought leaders. His clients include Salesforce, LinkedIn, the John Maxwell Team, Mike Kim, and The Dijulius Group.He is the host of the highly-rated podcast, Podcast Strategies for Growing Your Business, Community, and Influence. He has spoken at industry-leading events including Podcast Movement and Mediavine.Right now, Danny is wearing out his Walt Disney World annual pass with his wife and 2 kids. When he’s not on Pirates of the Caribbean, he spends his days on a mission helping podcasters change the world one download at a time. The free tips he provides at dannyozment.com, guarantee you’ll launch and grow a podcast that will impact the world.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/024Danny's Website → https://dannyozment.com Danny on Instagram → https://instagram.com/dannyozmentDanny on Facebook → https://facebook.com/dannyozmentpodcastingTwitter → https://twitter.com/dannyozmentLinkedIn → https://www.linkedin.com/in/dannyozment/Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Tools mentioned on this episode:Descript → https://descript.com?lmref=MpFi-w–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Connor is the founder of Unicorn Factory, a freelancer marketplace in Canada and New Zealand. He is also runs a YouTube channel where he teaches aspiring entrepreneurs how they can build their own online businesses with no-code tools.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episode/023Connor's Website → https://www.connorfinlayson.comFollow Connor on Twitter → https://twitter.com/FinlaysonConnorWatch Connor's YouTube Videos → https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpwZPRc7PHdQ2OWZrlRMiJACheck out the Unicorn Factory in New Zealand → https://www.unicornfactory.nz/Check out the Unicorn Factory in Canada →https://www.unicornfactory.ca/Chive Charities → https:// chivecharities.nz–––––Tools referenced in this episode:Airtable → https://airtable.com/invite/r/tyWdOQ8o (*aff)Webflow → https://webflow.grsm.io/jr7k9ovfqf9d (*aff)Zapier → https://zapier.comInstagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
​​Madeline retired in Spring of 2019 as Director of Information Technology to spend her time volunteering with the homeless and food insecure population in Upstate NY. Madeline spends her time providing friendship, food and employment assistance. When she heard about Miracle Messages she decided it was a perfect blend of her former career and her passions and added this to her volunteering. She came out of retirement in the Spring of 2020 to accept the full time role as Director of Operations for Miracle Messages.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/022Learn More about Miracle Messages → https://www.miraclemessages.org/Miracle Messages on Facebook → https://facebook.com/miraclemessagesMiracle Messages on Instagram → https://instagram.com/miraclemessagesMiracle Messages on Linkedin → https://linkedin.com/company/miraclemessagesInstagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Tools referenced in this episode:Airtable → https://airtable.com/invite/r/tyWdOQ8o (*aff)Zapier → https://zapier.comAdalo → https://www.adalo.com–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Nivi Achanta is the founder and CEO of Soapbox Project, a community that makes social impact easy for busy people. Prior to Soapbox, Nivi launched Accenture's NorCal disaster response program after the 2018 Camp Fire. She went on to lead a gender equality effort at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, creating bite-sized employee learning opportunities. When she's not writing, speaking, and working on creating social justice, you can find her in Seattle reading books or trying to keep her plants alive.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/021Soapbox Project Website → https://soapboxproject.orgFollow Nivi on Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/niviachanta/Follow Nivi on Twitter → https://twitter.com/niviachantaInstagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Stephen Johnson is the founder of Chive — A platform to find Charities in Aotearoa New Zealand, built entirely on no-code. Stephen is a no-code builder interested in exploring how these tools can be used for philanthropy and social impact. Prior to Chive, Stephen worked International Development for Oxfam & the British Council, based in the UK. Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/020Chive Charities Website → https://chivecharities.nzFollow Stephen on Twitter → https://twitter.com/stephengeorgej–––Tools mentioend in this episode: Airtable → https://airtable.comIntegromat → https://www.integromat.comZapier → https://zapier.comParabola → https://parabola.ioWebflow → http://webflow.comJetboost → https://jetboost.io–––Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
We Can Do This is a podcast that connects people looking to create meaningful change with the tools, skills, and community they need to stay the course and make an impact. It's hosted by founder Sean Pritzkau, and brings together social entrepreneurs and experts on topics such as marketing, branding, no-code, and more.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/019Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
Branden Harvey celebrates the good in the world. As the founder of Good Good Good — he hosts the podcast Sounds Good, he's the managing editor of the Goodnewspaper, a printed newspaper full of good news, and has built an online community over more than 500,000 world changers. He's been written about in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Men's Health, and Forbes.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/018Good Good Good’s Website → https://goodgoodgood.coFollow Good Good Good on Instagram → https://instagram.com/goodgoodgoodcoFollow Branden on Instagram → https://instagram.com/brandenharveyInstagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
We Can Do This is a podcast that connects people looking to create meaningful change with the tools, skills, and community they need to stay the course and make an impact. It's hosted by founder Sean Pritzkau, and brings together social entrepreneurs and experts on topics such as marketing, branding, no-code, and more.GUEST BIO:Vensy Krishna is a lawyer and entrepreneur working at the intersection of law, technology, and business. She has been an educator in the legal education space in India since she was a teenager, and has coached over 40,000 Indian lawyers through her work at Law School 101, which she built to be India’s premier legal entrance portal. She currently works with a Silicon Valley-based educational company called On Deck building the future of education. During India’s COVID surge in April 2021, Vensy designed an app to respond to the national emergency to connect people in need with scarce resources such as oxygen, hospital beds, medicines, etc. The app was highly successful, garnering 100,000 users in its first week, and currently serves 400,000 users. Due to the app’s success, the government reached out to partner to increase the reach and impact of the app’s work.Vensy is excited to share about her work, scaling a team of 3 to a team of 100 overnight all while working completely remote and async (no team meetings, no zoom calls), using no-code tools to build life-saving tools quickly, and the lessons she learned in launching an emergency response initiative during a humanitarian crisis.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/017Learn no-code form Vensy → https://lu.ma/learn-nocodeVensy's website → https://www.vensy.meHyd COVID Resources → https://hydcovidresources.comVensy on Twitter → https://twitter.com/vensykrishnaVensy on Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/vensykrishna/Vensy on Instagram → https://www.linkedin.com/in/vensykrishna/Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
We Can Do This is a podcast that connects people looking to create meaningful change with the tools, skills, and community they need to stay the course and make an impact. It's hosted by founder Sean Pritzkau, and brings together social entrepreneurs and experts on topics such as marketing, branding, no-code, and more.GUEST BIO:Chelsea Brinkley believes you can do great work from anywhere and that your life doesn’t have to revolve around an office building. This idea has made her a coach to remote workers and a hired gun for entrepreneurs who want to get the systems and processes in their businesses on track. Before having her own business, Chelsea worked for several years as the Executive Assistant to the CDO of a successful multi-million dollar company near Nashville, TN. She puts her years of efficiency experience to use helping entrepreneurs take their business to the next level with workflows, systems, and shortcuts so they can create the life they desire on their own terms.Nowadays you’ll find her traveling with her husband, son, and pup, looking for the next mountain to hike, and occasionally sipping an old fashioned on the deck of her Colorado cabin— all while coaching, serving clients, and blogging about this life she gets to live after breaking free from the corporate world.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/016Chelsea Brinkley’s Website → https://chelseabrinkley.comInstagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
We Can Do This is a podcast that connects people looking to create meaningful change with the tools, skills, and community they need to stay the course and make an impact. It's hosted by founder Sean Pritzkau, and brings together social entrepreneurs and experts on topics such as marketing, branding, no-code, and more.GUEST BIO:Dan studied Computer Science at university in London and very quickly realised he was a terrible programmer. Since leaving university in the early 2000s, he worked in tech support across multiple industries, been a creative in marketing companies in London, a technical-non-technical product-person, co-founded a customer research company and has been an educator at at number of universities and not-for profit enterprises teaching new entrepreneurs about tech and business. And now that technology has finally caught up, he's using no-code tools to build a mental health startup on the side, called wellos. Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/015Follow Dan on Twitter → www.twitter.com/yodanparryConnect with Dan on LinkedIn → www.linkedin.com/in/dkparryWellos → https://www.wellos.coTectonic → https://www.tectoniclondon.comOn Deck → https://www.beondeck.comInstagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothiscoTools mentioned in this episode:Bubble → https://bubble.ioAdalo → https://adalo.com–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
We Can Do This is a podcast that connects people looking to create meaningful change with the tools, skills, and community they need to stay the course and make an impact. It's hosted by founder Sean Pritzkau, and brings together social entrepreneurs and experts on topics such as marketing, branding, no-code, and more.GUEST BIO:Mohit is a serial maker. He started coding when he was eleven, and built his first company when he was eighteen and still in college.Right now, he is building and growing Mailman.Sign up for a free trial of Mailman → https://mailman.to/sean-orgltv *Follow Mohit on Twitter → https://twitter.com/mohitmamoriaRead a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/014Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on SoundstripeLinks with an asterisk indicate an affiliate link
We Can Do This is a podcast that connects people looking to create meaningful change with the tools, skills, and community they need to stay the course and make an impact. It's hosted by founder Sean Pritzkau, and brings together social entrepreneurs and experts on topics such as marketing, branding, no-code, and more.GUEST BIO:Arvid Kahl is a software engineer turned entrepreneur. He co-founded and ran FeedbackPanda, an online teacher productivity SaaS company, with his partner Danielle Simpson. They sold the business for a life-changing amount of money in 2019, two years after founding the business.Arvid writes on TheBootstrappedFounder.com because bootstrapping is a desirable, value- and wealth-generating way of running a company.He has written the best-selling books Zero to Sold and The Embedded Entrepreneur.In over a decade of working in startup businesses of all sizes, Arvid has learned a thing or two about what works, what doesn't, and how to increase the chances of building a successful business.Follow Arvid on Twitter → https://twitter.com/arvidkahl/The Embedded Entreprenur → https://embeddedentrepreneur.com/Zero to Sold → https://thebootstrappedfounder.com/zero-to-sold/Tools mentioned in this episode:Gumroad → https://gumroad.com/Zapier → https://zapier.com/Integromat → https://www.integromat.com/enRead a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/013Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
When to Ask For Help

When to Ask For Help

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We Can Do This is a podcast that connects people looking to create meaningful change with the tools, skills, and community they need to stay the course and make an impact. It's hosted by founder Sean Pritzkau, and brings together social entrepreneurs and experts on topics such as marketing, branding, no-code, and more.Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/012Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothisco–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe
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