Becker Private Equity & Business Podcast
Bank of America Warns That The Fed Will Put Us in a Spot with Real Pain 3-2-23
In this episode Scott Becker discusses the Bank of America warning that the Fed will put consumers and businesses in a position where they feal real economic pain.
To Teach is To Learn 3-2-23
In this episode Scott Becker discusses how the best way to fully learn something is to teach it.
Private Equity Deal Flow Update with Richard Kes, Partner at RSM 3-2-23
This episode features recurring guest Richard Kes, Partner at RSM. Here, he shares a private equity deal activity update & his focus on operational management.
Sticking to Your Core 3-2-23
In this episode Scott Becker discusses the importance of a business knowing its core business and doubling down on it.
3 Stocks that are Moving Today 3-2-23
In this episode Scott Becker discusses the following stocks:Salesforce Tesla Silvergate
Putting People in the Right Place to Succeed 3-1-23
In this episode Scott Becker discusses the importance of putting employees in the right position or job to succeed.
Routines are Necessary 3-1-23
In this episode, Scott emphasizes the importance of having structure & a regular routine.
Customer Communication 3-1-23
In this episode Scott Becker discusses the importance of constant customer communication and responsiveness.
‘What to Ask’ with Andrea Belk Olson, CEO, Applied Behavioral Scientist, Pragmadik 3-1-23
This episode features Andrea Belk Olson, CEO, Applied Behavioral Scientist, Pragmadik, & Host, “The Customer Mission Podcast”. Here, she discusses her book, What to Ask – “a concise approach for spotting unspoken customer needs and converting them into real innovations”, advice for young evolving female professionals, her passion for mentoring, and more.
Jay Goldman, Co-Founder and CEO, Sensei Labs 3-1-23
This episode features Jay Goldman, Co-Founder and CEO, Sensei Labs. Here, he discusses his work with Sensei Labs – a software platform that ‘enables innovative organizations and their services partners to unlock their full potential through work orchestration’.