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The hidden ways marketing reshapes your brain with neuromarketer Professor Prince Ghuman | #540

Ever wondered why McDonalds logo is red and yellow? Or why watches in ads are always set at 10:10? Or why some stores seem to be always on sale? Wonder no more. Host Tim Reid chats with neuromarketing expert Professor Prince Ghuman who explains how marketing reshapes your brain. Scary stuff!

The hidden ways marketing reshapes your brain with neuromarketer Professor Prince Ghuman | #540

Jeff Bezos’s shadow Colin Bryar on how ideas are brought to life inside Amazon | #539

Colin Bryar was Jeff Bezos’s shadow (AKA right hand man) inside of Amazon. In this revealing chat, he explains to host Tim Reid Amazon’s process of working backwards, in which every new idea starts with the customer front and centre. Notebook at the ready!

Jeff Bezos’s shadow Colin Bryar on how ideas are brought to life inside Amazon | #539

[UPDATE] Four Pillars Gin has been named the world’s best gin 2-years running. Founder Stu Gregor shares what they’re getting right | #538

Four Pillars Gin founder Stu Gregor shares with host Tim Reid how he’s managed to be awarded the world’s best gin not once but twice … in fact, two years in a row!

[UPDATE] Four Pillars Gin has been named the world’s best gin 2-years running. Founder Stu Gregor shares what they’re getting right | #538

This monthly subscription business model saved Australia’s artisan cheesemakers (and it can save other industries) | #537

Cheese Therapy founders Sam Penny and Helen Shadforth have single-handedly saved Australia’s artisan cheese making industry from going under following bushfires, drought, economic turmoil and now COVID-19. Host Tim Reid finds out how they did it.

This monthly subscription business model saved Australia’s artisan cheesemakers (and it can save other industries) | #537

Bellroy founder Andy Fallshaw attributes just one word to his brand’s success | #536

Bellroy founder Andy Fallshaw chats with host Tim Reid about how one word (in fact, one made-up word!) continues to influence all aspects of this iconic Aussie brand.

Bellroy founder Andy Fallshaw attributes just one word to his brand’s success | #536

Clever marketing ideas have built The Branding Office in to a nice little earner | #535

Clever marketing ideas like looking after even the smallest of clients (“small fish are sweet!”) have led to The Branding Office turning over $2M in Year 3. Join host Tim Reid as he chats with owner Justin Veivers.

Clever marketing ideas have built The Branding Office in to a nice little earner | #535

Besties reveal how losing a combined 50KG lead to a multimillion dollar weight loss empire | #534

Weight-loss algorithm creators Jade Spooner and Amal Wakim share how their side hustle has become a multi-million dollar weight loss empire. This week’s Monster Prize Draw winner likes to have lunch with me down by the beach! Plus I’ve got some big news on a big guest who’ll be joining us in a few week’s time.

Besties reveal how losing a combined 50KG lead to a multimillion dollar weight loss empire | #534

How to find your niche in business with Wize Mentoring’s Brenton Ward | #533

Brenton Ward’s business serves a very specific niche. It cost him $3,000 set-up, and generates $100,000 in recurring monthly income, with few overheads, and it runs without him. Nice niche!

How to find your niche in business with Wize Mentoring’s Brenton Ward | #533

32 Ways Consumers Can Help Small Business Grow | #532

Host Tim Reid has a passion for seeing small businesses grow. So, with the help of his listeners, here’s 32 ways that we, as consumers, can help small businesses grow.

32 Ways Consumers Can Help Small Business Grow | #532

Ella Bache’s 3rd generation owner Pippa Hallas on making bold moves & unexpected decisions | #531

In 1936, Madam Bache launched the Ella bache skincare brand. Today, it’s a global empire, run by her great niece Pippa Hallas who shares her amazing business journey with host Tim Reid.

Ella Bache’s 3rd generation owner Pippa Hallas on making bold moves & unexpected decisions | #531