Joseph Jaffe is Not Famous

Joseph Jaffe is Not Famous is Joseph Jaffe’s daily streaming show on all things business, marketing, creativity, culture, startups and entrepreneurship. Every weekday at 2pm EST, he streams live on Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube. Find out more and subscribe at JaffeJuice.TV

“People: Dare to Build an Intentional Culture” with authors Mark O’Donnell, Kelly Knight & DJ DuBe’

“Psychological safety is about creating an environment where employees feel secure enough to take risks and voice their opinions without fear.” – Mark O’Donnell “Core values are not just words on a wall; they guide hiring, firing, and all major decisions.” – CJ DuBe’ “Love in business is about treating people with respect, valuing their…

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“When we Walk By” with author, Kevin Adler & the role we can play in ending homelessness in America

“Society has already defined them (the homeless) for us; you’d never see me as a housed person, yet their identity is their lack of housing.” – Kevin Adler ——————————————————————-   In a truly meaningful episode of “Joseph Jaffe is not Famous,” I had the honor of hosting Kevin Adler, the passionate author of “When We Walk By”…

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Lifelines with Melissa Bernstein

“Play is not just for children; it is a crucial piece missing from our adult lives.” – Melissa Bernstein ——————————————————————- In a truly inspiring conversation on “Joseph Jaffe is not Famous,” I had the honor of hosting Melissa Bernstein, co-founder of the immensely successful Melissa & Doug toy company, and now the visionary behind Lifelines….

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American Schism – 2024 Election Edition with Seth David Radwell

“The paradox of the frustrated majority is that the 70% think they’re in the minority because the minorities are much louder.” – Seth Radwell ——————————————————————-   In a recent episode of “Joseph Jaffe is Not Famous,” I had the pleasure of welcoming back Seth David Radwell, the author of the critically acclaimed book, “American Schism.” Seth’s return…

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Warp Speed with Star Trek Discovery’s Doug Jones

“What would Saru do? He… pushes the fear aside and gets the task done… My circumstances won’t change, but maybe I can go at it with a different attitude.” – Doug Jones ——————————————————————-   As I sat down with Doug Jones, the heart behind the beloved character Saru on Star Trek Discovery, our conversation turned into a…

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Think Remarkable with Guy Kawasaki

” AI for me is a research assistant, 24 by 7 by 365 infinite wisdom, infinite patience, no attitude, no criticism.” – Guy Kawasaki ——————————————————————-   In an enlightening episode of “Joseph Jaffe is not Famous,” I had the pleasure of hosting Guy Kawasaki, a legend in marketing and innovation. Guy shared profound insights from his journey, touching…

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Power Moves with Corporate Krav Maga Chief Instructor, Gus Bottazzi

“You should be so good that you don’t hurt them.” – Gus Bottazzi ——————————————————————-   In an enlightening episode of “Joseph Jaffe is Not Famous,” Gus Bottazzi, a seasoned Krav Maga instructor, delves into the profound impact of this martial art on both personal empowerment and corporate culture. The conversation uncovered the depths of Krav Maga beyond…

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Our Biggest Fight with Frank McCourt

“Our data in this digital world, these are our vital organs. This is what we’re made up of” – Frank McCourt ——————————————————————-   In a riveting conversation on “Joseph Jaffe is not Famous,” I sat down with Frank McCourt, visionary entrepreneur and author of “Our Biggest Fight.” McCourt’s perspective isn’t merely about rethinking the digital sphere; it’s…

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Ryan Estis Outlines More Effective Selling Using a Human Centric Approach

“The best salespeople really view selling as an act of service. It’s not something you’re doing to someone, it’s a process through which you help somebody make the very best decision for themselves.” – Ryan Estis ——————————————————————-   The art of selling has never been a static discipline. It’s a constantly evolving conversation between buyer and seller,…

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When Radical Candor meets Radical Respect: A Conversation with Kim Scott

“It’s better to have a hole than an asshole.” – Kim Scott ——————————————————————-   The art of leadership is not just about steering a team toward success, but doing so with a sense of genuine care and honesty. In this “radical” (as in rare) live episode of “Joseph Jaffe is not Famous,” Kim Scott, the author of…

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