Deeper Weekend 2014

Episode 87

Reminders of Growth

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Show Notes:

Jason and Greg discuss an article by David C. Baker about growth and its pros and cons. Is it really about how big your company can be? They get into intentionality and the owner’s role as well as the pace of growth and what to consider to stay healthy as you grow. Then David C. Baker joins them to discuss concepts from his newest book, The Business of Expertise.


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Mentioned in the Show
Become a Thriveal Member!
Monthly Thriveal Intro Call
Thriveal Facebook Live videos
Register for Deeper Weekend!
Deeper Weekend 2019 – Check back on October 27, after DW18!
Learn about our Future Firm Groups!
Meet our new Community Coach, Jon Lokhorst
Growth is Not Always a Panacea by David C. Baker
Creativity, Inc.
The Thrivecast Summer Book Club
The Business of Expertise


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Audio Engineering by: Shane McMullin

Produced by: Jennifer Blumer

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This month’s guest: David C. Baker

David C. Baker is an author, speaker, and advisor to entrepreneurial creatives worldwide. He has written 5 books, advised 900+ firms, and keynoted conferences in 30+ countries. His work has been discussed in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Fast Company, Forbes, USA Today, BusinessWeek, and Inc. Magazine. His work has also been featured in the NY Times, where he was referred to as the expert’s expert. He lives in Nashville, TN, but grew up in Guatemala, where he lived with the K’anjobal, a tribe of Mayans in San Miguel Acatán, Huehuetanango, where his parents did medical and literacy work. David helps entrepreneurial creatives make better business decisions about their positioning and marketing, how they structure their roles in the firm, and how to benchmark their financial performance. His most recent book is called “The Business of Expertise: How Entrepreneurial Experts Convert Insight to Impact + Wealth.” He also produces a podcast with Blair Enns at

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