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Jun 22, 2016

Chuck Blakeman is a successful entrepreneur, best-selling business author and world-renowned business advisor who has built ten businesses in seven industries on four continents, and now uses his experience to advise others. His company, Crankset Group, provides outcome-based mentoring and peer advisory for business leaders worldwide.

He has written two best-selling books titled Making Money is Killing Your Business and  Why Employees are Always a Bad idea which have both been #1 and top ten rated business books.

Chuck writes thought provoking books and blog posts. His writing, ideas and philosophy rattle my brain in a good way. I have provided links below to his published work online with New York Times, Entrepreneur Magazine, Success Magazine and my favorites, which are his articles on Inc. Magazine.

If you are an Entrepreneur or a Senior Leader you will find Chuck’s message inspiriting and refreshing and relieving.

This is my second discussion with Chuck and I like him so much because he is a practitioner and not a theoretician. I think this is important for people owning, running and operating businesses.

Major take – aways from this episode are:

  1. The Concept of Freedom Mapping and the importance of asking yourself “why” you are doing things.
  2. The Formula for Success is Time + Money = Significance.
  3. How to avoid being a hostage to your business.
  4. Is there such a thing as work – life balance?
  5. The tyranny of urgent versus important.
  6. The difference between “learning” and “education” for adults and why adults suck at education. The irony of this is that I was just listening to a Tony Robbins interview on Lewis Howes' Show (on Tony’s Jet) where he said “the happiest people are lifetime learners”!
  7. The importance of groups to support your growth. See Chuck’s 3to5 Club
  8. The importance of EQ – Emotional Intelligence.
  9. The role of HR in the future.
  10. What Chuck would tell his 30 year old self.
  11. What his most gifted book is.
  12. The importance of taking risks.

I have linked up all the show notes on redzonetech.net/podcast where you can get access to Chuck’s presentation and research.

About Chuck

Chuck Blakeman is an internationally acclaimed speaker, best-selling business author, and world-renowned business advisor.

Chuck sold on of his businesses to the largest consumer fulfillment company in America and led three other $10-100 million companies. He presently leads the Crankset Group and a for-profit business based in Africa, focused on developing local economies to solve poverty.

Mr. Blakeman is a results leader with decades of experience leading companies in marketing, import/export, fulfillment, call centers, website development, printing and direct mail processing.

Some of Mr. Blakeman’s customers have included Microsoft, Apple, Eli Lilly, TAP Pharmaceuticals, Sun Microsystems, Tyco Healthcare, Johns Manville and many more Fortune 5000s and smaller businesses.

He is a convention speaker, writer, and non-profit board member. Recent speaking appearances include Kenya, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, and across the US. 100+ times a year. Recent print and online appearances include Inc. Magazine (regular contributor), Success Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine, CNNMoney.com. He was recently cited in Dr. Stephen Covey’s recent book, The 3d Alternative.

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Jun 14, 2016

Marshall Kuypers is a PhD candidate in Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University, concentrating in Risk Analysis. His research studies quantitative models to assess cyber security risk in organizations. I heard Marshall talk at a major IT Security conference and after listening to him, I knew that I had to get him on the show to share his expertise.
Marshall continues a theme that I have been harping on recently which is for you to deepen your sophistication of communicating at the highest level in your organization about Cyber Risk and investments that you want your company to mitigate against.
For some of you this discussion will be re-enforcement of concepts and ideas that you already know but need to be reminded of. For others, Marshall will bring a fresh approach to you to test with your CFO, CEO or Board. The more effective you can be with communicating to your horizontal peers and upstream reports the better you can fulfill your mission within your company.

Major take aways from this episode are:

1. A Practical and actionable discussion regarding Risk Analysis for Cyber Security
2. How Develop situational awareness for making better IT Security Investment Decisions
3. How to look at your internal security event data in a different way (no not your log data) to support IT Security investment.
4. How to validate or eliminate intuition from assessing probability of IT Security events happening.
5. How to eliminate recency bias from IT Security decisions (Fear and uncertainty cranked by media).
6. We also discuss power laws and complex systems theory which is fun as well.
I have linked up all the show notes on redzonetech.net/podcast where you can get access to Marshall's presentation and research.

About Marshall

Marshall Kuypers is a PhD candidate in Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University, concentrating in Risk Analysis. His research studies quantitative models to assess cyber security risk in organizations. Marshall has a diverse background spanning many fields, including modeling cyber security, developing trading algorithms with a high frequency trading company, researching superconducting materials at UIUC, and modeling economic and healthcare systems with the Complex Adaptive Systems of Systems (CASoS) engineering group at Sandia National Labs. Marshall is also the Co-President of the Stanford Complexity Group and a predoctoral science fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) at Stanford.

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This episode is sponsored by the CIO Scoreboard, a powerful tool that helps you communicate the status of your IT Security program visually in just a few minutes.

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