Getting It Wrong To Get It Right

  • Financial Health and Decision-Making Strategies

    Ben Miller began his career in finance as a Trader at a big bank in the United States. Although he was grateful for the opportunity, he knew he wanted more balance in his life and to be more present for his family. This desire led him to pursue a more entrepreneurial path. Ben embarked on a journey to understand the intricacies of finance and how it all fit together. Through hard work and dedication, he was able to make his dream a reality, allowing him to spend more time with his kids and find the balance he was seeking. The founder of Chronifi, a platform that aims to provide clarity and understanding of personal finances using a time-based approach. Ben shares his journey from a career in banking to entrepreneurship, and how is helping individuals navigate their financial journey.Joe Dalton
  • Paul Healy - New Frontiers Entrepreneurship Business Development

    Paul Healy is a seasoned professional with a rich background in entrepreneurship and business development. Since 2006, he has played a pivotal role in the establishment and management of the Rubicon, an esteemed Incubation Centre in Ireland. With a keen interest in early-stage company development, Paul has dedicated over 20 years of his career to working full-time in this field. His experience within the indigenous sector, particularly in manufacturing and ICT, has given him valuable insights into serving the needs of FDI companies in Ireland.Joe
  • The Power of Resilience: Converting Setbacks into Pathways to Success

    Welcome to "Getting It Wrong To Get It Right," the podcast where we explore the power of failure, resilience, and self-awareness on the journey to personal and professional success. In this episode, we're joined by the insightful Dr. Francis Valloor, a psychologist, as we delve into the profound impact of failures, trauma, and the mind-body connection on our lives. Together, we uncover the importance of self-compassion, kindness, and the need to address personal issues in leadership and business success. From the significance of self-love and healing childhood traumas to the role of energy in anxiety and stress, this conversation shines a light on the transformative power of acknowledging our mistakes and embracing personal growth. Join us as we embrace the wisdom of Dr. Valloor and explore the potential of self-awareness and resilience in achieving personal and professional fulfillment.Joe
  • The Future of Business: Insights and Strategies for Growth

    Bill Potter has had a successful career in finance, beginning on Wall Street before moving to work as an investment adviser. In this role, he focused on interviewing companies to understand their growth strategies over the next five years and how they planned to achieve them. This experience led him to believe that entrepreneurs should start their companies with the end in mind, as this was what his firm looked for when making investments. He noticed a pattern among the companies he interviewed, as many were seeking a combination of organic and acquired growth, with a strategic and financial focus on the latter. Potter's keen observation and understanding of these patterns have given him valuable insights into the world of finance and investment.Joe
  • From Frustration to Fulfillment: Embracing Guidance for a Purposeful Life

    Welcome back to another episode of "Getting It Wrong To Get It Right." In today's episode, we have a special guest, Shelley Jeffcoat, who will take us on a journey of self-discovery, faith, and the importance of surrendering to a higher power. Shelley shares her personal experiences of hitting a wall and realizing that she couldn't fix things on her own. Frustrated with herself and envious of others' success, she turned to the Lord for help.Shelley Jeffcoat is a passionate individual who is dedicated to spreading hope and inspiration to those in need. Shelley is excited and ready to share a powerful message that she believes will touch someone's heart. Shelley's enthusiasm and dedication make her a valuable asset in bringing hope to those who need it.Joe
  • Choosing Joy: Path to Happiness and Making a Difference in the World

    Welcome to the podcast where we explore the stories of individuals who have taken unconventional paths to find success. In today's episode, we have a very special guest - Declan Coyle, author of the life-changing book, "The Green Platform."Host Joe Dalton sits down with Declan to delve into his remarkable journey and the impact his book has had on thousands of lives around the world. But before they dive into the book and its profound values, Declan shares his personal story.
  • Armando Aiteri - What companies will survive the advent of AI

     Armando Aiteri - CEO of Neubloc, a strategic consulting and implementation firm focused on AI including generative AI.
  • The Power of Customized Sales Strategies: Getting It Wrong To Get It Right

    Welcome back to another episode of "Getting It Wrong To Get It Right"! I'm your host, Joe Dalton, and in today's episode, we have a special guest joining us, Jeb Blount from a company that specializes in developing playbook works for businesses. Jeb is here to share his insights on the art of prospecting and overcoming rejection in sales.Throughout our conversation, Jeb highlights the importance of tailoring sales strategies to each company's unique vision, message, and system. Drawing parallels to coaching a football or rugby team, Jeb emphasizes the effectiveness of implementing a systematic approach to running sales plays.
  • Negotiating with Confidence: Harnessing Tactical Empathy for Better Results With Chris Voss

    Welcome back to "Getting It Wrong To Get It Right", the podcast that explores the art of negotiation and how learning from our mistakes can lead to success. In this episode, we have a special guest joining me– none other than Chris Voss himself, the CEO of Black Swan Group and a renowned expert in the field of negotiation. Get ready to delve into the fascinating world of negotiating as if your life depended on it, as Chris Voss shares his valuable insights and strategies. From dealing with hard bargainers who threaten and scare you to understanding and utilizing tactical empathy, Chris will provide you with practical tips to navigate even the most challenging negotiation scenarios.But that's not all – we'll also uncover the secrets behind effective skill development, and how repetition and consistent practice can transform your negotiation abilities. Learn why emotional intelligence plays a pivotal role in successful negotiations and discover the different negotiating styles that can be tailored to your unique strengths and weaknesses.And if you've ever wondered about the importance of preparation and gathering information before a negotiation, we've got you covered. Chris will shed light on how the negotiating table can be your best ally and why understanding the other side's emotions is key to reaching mutually beneficial agreements.Join us for an insightful and engaging conversation with Chris Voss, as we uncover his experiences as a 24-year veteran of the FBI and explore his innovative negotiation methodology. With real-life examples and practical tips, this episode will equip you with the tools you need to negotiate like a pro and achieve your desired outcomes. Get ready to master the art of negotiation – because in this episode, we're getting it wrong to get it right.