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Podcast 1424 June 14, 2014 : Josh Linkner and the Road to Reinvention

Josh Linkner 

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Josh Linkner

In the course of the Internet Advisor’s 16 years,  Josh Linkner has moved from being the highly successful founder and CEO of ePrize to NY Times Bestselling Author, of Disciplined Dreaming and a brand new book bound for the best-seller list: The Road to Reinvention: How to Drive Disruption and Accelerate Transformation.

(From Josh’s homepage) Josh is passionate about making the world more creative and helping people seize their full potential. He accomplishes this through his work as an author, innovation keynote speaker, entrepreneur, high-growth CEO, venture capitalist, and urban reinventor. Here’s a quick snapshot of his credentials:

  • NY Times Bestselling Author, Disciplined Dreaming – A Proven System to Drive Breakthrough Creativity
  • Four-time tech entrepreneur, serving as CEO of each over the last 20+ years
  • Top-rated keynote speaker delivering inspiring talks on creativity, innovation, and reinvention
  • CEO and Managing Partner of Detroit Venture Partners, helping to rebuild his hometown of Detroit, Michigan
  • Founder and former CEO/Chariman of ePrize (largest interactive promotion agency in the world)
  • Professional jazz guitarist
  • Regular contributor to Inc., Forbes, and the Detroit Free Press

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World Cup 2010…There's an App for that!

ESPN World Cup

I don’t know how many of you are soccer fans but I am a fanatic. I played a little in college and have grandchildren who are very good at it.  I would rather watch a 0-0 soccer match like France vs. Uruguay on Friday than most other American sports except perhaps hockey because my wife is a fanatical Red Wing supporter and we have only one TV.  Let there be peace on earth. ;-b

The point of all this rambling is that if you have an iPhone there is a free iPhone app from ESPN that will let you follow the scores at the World Cup in S. Africa and, for just $7.99 more, will give you a ton of streaming video and other extras.  So you can imagine where my money went today!  If you love soccer, the World Cup matches in South Africa are a month of heavenly competitions where the underdogs can often surprise the best teams (viz. China 1 vs. France in a “friendly” match just before the Cup began.)  The whole world is watching…join in and cheer for the U.S. vs. England today and follow there progress on this iPhone app.

Hoping to be with

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