'The Messengers: A Podcast Documentary' is an intimate look at the world of podcasting and what compels the independent podcasters to take it on. We visit some of the most influential and deeply embedded individuals who share about their shows, their communities and the impact podcasting has had on their lives.
Tocobaga Consulting's Law Smith and Eric Readinger record the 1st trial run of mini Sweat Equity podcast episodes to focus on one nerd agency thought. Why is Squarespace the best CMS - Content Management System? Why are developers attached to Wordpress?
Tocobaga Consulting turns 2 years old this month! We thought it would be nice to share some of the wisdom we earned along the way. Think of these lessons like Instagram stamped fortune cookies - except the message inside isn't vague hoo-ey. The #LessonsLearned posts are mostly pragmatic quips we piggybacked from those older folk that have been there (old fogies).
Carmen Morales is a comedian and host of the new podcast No Sir I Don't Like It where Carmen and fellow comedian Bryan Vokey & talk about things they don't like from people to politics, nothing is safe. With some of your favorite comedians as guests.
Eric Readinger is a friend of the program and really into the Wim Hof method, a new breathing method and the confrontation with the cold. Law and Eric talk Hof and Wheeler Walker Jr, Personal Wellness Programs, Brown Fat, Breathing + The Cold and the Innerfire app.
Samantha Gant is a digital consultant and owner/operator of Social Alchemy. Law and Samantha talk about the 3 Key Parts Of A Successful Social Media Strategy, The Importance Of A Social Media Consultant/Manager + How To Vet Social Media “Gurus” and more!
Dan Whalen is the owner/operator of College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving territories in Tampa and Wesley Chapel, FL. Damian Alpizar, is the founder and owner of 208 Monkeys, a video production, animation and design company in Ybor City, FL.
Event info:Looking to get one on one advice for the design and branding aspects of your business? This event is for you. TBSW partnered up with Symphonic Distribution to bring you speed mentoring and networking with pros that can address the many facets of design in your business.
Noah Rahimzadeh and Matt Prasek were partners in the Entrepreneurial Management program at Ball State University and co-founders of Safekeeping.
Safekeeping helps families monitor the health and wellness of their loved ones in medical facilities including, but not limited to, long-term care (LTC), assisted living, memory care, hospice, and home health. By integrating with electronic medical records (EMRs), Safekeeping securely delivers patient data to designated family members’ computers and mobile devices, bridging the gap in communication between medical facilities and patient’s families. Because Safekeeping pulls existing EMR data, it doesn’t create any additional work for LTC staff and family members can be sure they are receiving accurate information about their loved ones. Safekeeping creates a better long-term care experience for families, their elderly loved ones, and your staff.