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303 Three Tips to Better Communication

303 Three Tips to Better Communication

September 14, 2021

Three tips to better communication within your business, marriage or personal life. The number one wish from employees from polls we ran with over 10,000 responses from businesses and Government agencies of all sizes, was that they wished their organization had better communication. 

Employees are tired of being left out of the loop. They want to know what's going on, even if it has nothing to do with them. 

Communication is one of, if not the most important area of your business and it can help you scale or shut your doors for good. You can never get too good at communication, so much so that one of our core values at Capitol Presence is "Over Communication", because "Secrets, Secrets are no fun."

Forget the "loose lips, sink ships" and let your employees know what's going on. They will respect you more for it, and work harder and do their part to correct it. 


Ep.225 Organizing Your Business with Confidence

Ep.225 Organizing Your Business with Confidence

August 31, 2021

In this episode Roy goes over his recent trip and Working Wherever as he took to 22 days of life without a home, including 12 days in an RV - without taking a day off. During this time he goes over having moved out of his home and the process involved of moving out, into storage units for holding and then moving those boxes into their new home.

Why go over this process?

Because it directly relates to businesses and organizations who are standing up, migrating or organizing their documents and information. 


We cover the importance of organizing your information, which information to move or focus on creating first, and how to build around your necessities on which information and documents to bring into your production environment next. 

#WorkWherever #Innovation

Ep. 224 Power Up Your Business with April Dunnam

Ep. 224 Power Up Your Business with April Dunnam

May 18, 2021

April is the Process Automation Princess. SharePoint Siren and Karaoke Queen. A woman who codes, but teaches others to build apps and automation with zero code. As an active community member with her YouTube and Blog, she’s a former MVP and Partner Technical Architect, April regularly speaks at events across the country as a Power Platform Developer Advocate at Microsoft.


  1. What is a Power Platform Developer Advocate
  2. Your Journey to Tech/Backstory
  3. Low-Code-No-Code movement
  4. From SharePoint to the Power Platform, when to introduce Power Apps
  5. Advice for Businesses in adopting Low-Code-No-Code within the Power Platform
    1. Most common use cases
  6. Where do you see Virtual Agents going in coming months/years
  7. Advice for someone starting out in the technology field


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Ep. 223 Everybody Sells with Guest Andrew Sayles

Ep. 223 Everybody Sells with Guest Andrew Sayles

April 12, 2021

In less than 5 yrs, Andrew Sayles went from being in jail to running multiple 6 figure businesses with the help of millionaire entrepreneurs who gave him the keys to sales, marketing, growth, and everything else tied to success. He is the VP of Business Development for Solis Energy Services and the host of the Sayles Tales podcast where he tells tales of how it all happened.


  1. Background
  2. Knocking on doors
  3. Growing sales teams
  4. Your road to entrepreneurship
  5. Setting and managing goals
  6. Moving industries
Ep. 222 Empowering the Underdog with Guest Zach Babcock

Ep. 222 Empowering the Underdog with Guest Zach Babcock

April 5, 2021

From over 5 years in prison to building a 6 figure business, to who knows what’s next – welcome into the Inovare Podcast, Zach Babcock


  1. Backstory
  2. Transitioning and self-talk
  3. Why a podcast?
    1. How to launch and rank your podcast for alpha brand positioning.
    2. How to grow a huge audience of your perfect clients who love your stuff.
    3. How to get consulting from world-class entrepreneurs by interviewing them, then use that for positioning in the marketplace.
    4. How to make a lot of money by speaking into a microphone.
  4. How to do everything they said you couldn’t do. I'm an Open Book.
  5. If you could start it all over with only the ammo of what you know now, what would you tell yourself


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Ep. 221 The Mindset of Champions with Guest Lauren Johnson

Ep. 221 The Mindset of Champions with Guest Lauren Johnson

March 15, 2021

Lauren Johnson is an athlete-turned-mental conditioning coach, who is highly motivating, and relatable with a passion for developing the minds of the elite. Lauren trains professional athletes, military personnel and business professionals through national speaking engagements, educational training workshops and consulting. For the past four years Lauren served as the Mental Conditioning Coordinator for the New York Yankees, where she was responsible for aiding in the development of athletes and staff through education, application, and support.

  1. Backstory
  2. What is mental conditioning?
  3. How has mental preparation and conditioning evolved at the professional levels of sports/Business
  4. Correlation of Sports and military and business (how they overlap)
  5. Getting out of your own head
  6. Self-Doubt


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220: Building Your Sales Success with Corey Berrier

220: Building Your Sales Success with Corey Berrier

March 1, 2021

 Corey Berrier, Is a sales coach who can help you and your business’s reach it’s full potential, In every industry, accountability and another set of eyes are critical to achieving success, and Corey provides that oversight to build a successful life. He is the Sales CEO and the host of the Successful Live Podcast – where he has interviewed Brad Lea, Ben Newman, Sean Whalen, Jairek Robins, CEO Charlie and more.

  1. Backstory
  2. Sales men are sleazy?
  3. Marketing v. Sales
  4. The importance of communication
  5. Getting out of your own head
  6. Dealing with and overcoming Self-Doubt


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Ep. 219 Breaking Through with Irvin Retiz

Ep. 219 Breaking Through with Irvin Retiz

February 22, 2021

A once apprentice Electrician at 10 years old, later turned Business Owner, Irvin started his electrical business at age 23 in Houston, TX while playing Semi-Professional Soccer. He’s built his business over the last 2.5 years from a once side hustle from scratch to a now successful business in his Texas community. He is the host of top rated podcast Breakthrough society, which is dedicated on helping aspiring entrepreneurs break through to the next level of their life.


  1. Backstory
  2. Athletics to entrepreneurship
  3. Building a business
  4. Trade industry


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Stay on Track : Grooming Your Backlog

Stay on Track : Grooming Your Backlog

February 19, 2021

When planning out your sprint and taking your journey to completing your EPIC quest, new things always come up. In the tech industry we call that "scope creep". It's a real thing! So how do we manage those new items and how do we track them and make sure they get done?

Enter the backlog.

A backlog is a list of tasks or action items required to support your larger plan and EPIC. In a personal development context, it contains a prioritized list of items that the you have acknowledged that you need to work on or pay attention to next.

ep. 2017 : Cooking up a Brand with Chef Drew Tingley from Hell’s Kitchen Season 19

ep. 2017 : Cooking up a Brand with Chef Drew Tingley from Hell’s Kitchen Season 19

February 15, 2021


Hailing all the way from Pennsylvania’s capitol, Drew Tingley here to bring you a taste of something new. Fifteen years of experience in the culinary world training with top chefs he’s won many awards, Drew offers you a professional experience in any way he can.


You may have seen him on the Food Network's show Hell's Kitchen season 19 with Chef Gordon Ramsey. Chef Drew offers Catering, consulting and private chef services, Welcome Drew Tingley to the Inovare Podcast!


  1. Background
  2. What made you want to be a chef
  3. Solo-preneurship
  4. Being raised in a small town
  5. Imposter syndrome
  6. Strategy for building a personal brand
  7. Favorite foods


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