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We all want to be remarkable.Your business demands it. Our communities crave it. You know you’re on the right trajectory when opportunities launch you into unexpected directions you never thought possible. Join Kate Volman and fellow marketing strategist Kyle Sexton every week as we explore ideas you’re not considering, share stories from others like you who despise mediocrity, and discover how whatever you’re building has the power to change your business. Change your community. Change your trajectory.

Feb 21, 2019

Kyle's in his new studio and accidentally used the wrong microphone. Ugh! But Kate is in her new space too and she nailed it. Kyle hopes you can forgive him for the mistake. 

And we wish there was a simplicity metaphor in the mistake, but... 

Kyle shares how the "six thinking hats" to create an element of simplicity...


Sep 7, 2018

Kate chose Content Marketing World for her professional development and broke into the speaker lounge. 

Kyle chose Inbound and went to all of his sessions and networked in the elevator. Boston is not afraid of the beard. 

Kate name-drops. 

Kyle takes notes. 

Today's challenge: Identify your own professional...


Jun 4, 2018

Kyle had some hilarious moments in this episode -- according to him -- but we hope you get past that to the good stuff. The serious podcast stuff. You know? 

Kate talks about how Bill Gates took a week every year just to unplug and just read and think. So Kyle went on a tangent about investing in yourself and spending...


Jan 2, 2018

This episode is awesome. I know we said that about the last episode. Maybe we're just getting better at this. Here's what happened...

Kate cries a little tear at the thought that not everyone wants to be remarkable. What the what? 

Kate and Kyle discuss how brands like Geico and Toyota want you to put them on your...


Dec 28, 2017

Kate makes another reference to Juicy Jeremy while she teaches Parkinson's Law and SMART goals. (1:30)

Kyle admits that he tried using an email auto-responder telling people - including his boss - that he's a busy person and will respond to emails at 11am and 4:30. #employeefail 

"Breaking News, Internet," declares...