Inspired by TPMN
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I just wanted to let you know that i just finished listening to your most recent Linchpin Podcast. The one about the photographer, Peter Doyle. WOW! That was extremely inspirational. The way he just decided to “do it” and got so many donations for his Breast Cancer Book Project. Makes me almost want to pick up the phone now and start calling people but i don’t have a project planned yet. I think i’ll got to Church tomorrow and talk to them about starting a Financial Peace University class.
Thanks for all you do. I listen to every thing you put out.
I found the podcast on i Tunes while I was searching for ‘Linchpin’ stuff. I truly do look forward to the podcast. You and your guests are the best! Keep up the great art!
- Steve Christensen
Great job Andy!
I loved Linchpin the book and I’m a big fan of Andy Traub’s other podcast (Business Tech Weekly) so I decided to give this one a try. While the audio quality could be a little better, the information it delivers is phenomenal. Andy has a good interview style and asks some very thought-provoking questions. All of the interviewees so far have given lots of good info and I look forward to each new episode. Keep up the good work Andy!
Authentic + Genuine = Leader + Linchpin
Host Andy Traub is an authentic, genuine leader. He doesn’t just add value to others, he multiplies it. His art is the influence he ships by sharing his passion for making business real, connecting people with people (not just customers with products and services from an organizational machine).
He has gone to great lengths to produce this podcast, connecting us with linchpins from all over the world, including some of Seth Godin’s own SAMBA participants…
Thanks for doing this. helpful information, broad view and good connections and opportunities!!
- Dami M
Andy does excellent interviews with some inspiring and knowledgeable Linchpins. Great podcast!
If you are a Seth Godin and/or Linchpin fan this is a must listen. Let me take that back, if you are a fan of doing something special in your life – this is a must listen. Andy’s interview of Jon Dale in Eps #2 takes you into the inner circle of Seth. Fascinating. Andy is a great interviewer. I cannot wait to see how this show unfolds.
Buy the book Linchpin and get going.
- Stephen Cross
I LOVE This Podcast!!!
Andy is an awesome person and this podcast is equally as cool. If you are involved in any level of business, you should listen to this podcast. Andy is reason enough, alone, but the guests he brings on to the podcast are simply out of this world! Subscribe today, you’ll be inspired!
- Cliff Ravenscraft
Listen at your own risk!
After listening to just one episode you will be compelled to do something with your art. You will HAVE to ship, to produce, to follow through on the dreams and ideas you’ve had for a long while. This podcast provides a tremendous amount of encouragement and motivation to become the linchpin that may be buried beneath our fears of failure. Andy, the podcast host, does a great job delving deep into the stories from the linchpin community with insightful questions and honest reflections on passion, art, and the linchpin within all of us.
- Jeremiah Aja
Love the book, love the podcast
I’ve been a fan of Seth Godin’s writing since reading Tribes last year and Linchpin het me even closer to home. It’s a great book, and Andy is really doing it justice and proving himself to be a true Linchpin by undertaking this effort. Both have been both inspiration and directional for me personally and professionally. If you want to do and be more, tune in for some serious inspiration. I’m honored and excited that Andy’s ask me to record an interview with him for the podcast and can’t wait to ship it!
- Jason Pamental
Great marriage podcast!!
I love the openness, honesty and transparency of this podcast. Andy has a sincere spirit that knows that he nor his marriage is perfect, which makes him completely qualified to speak on the subject because none of our marriages are perfect! He should have his wife Sarah as a guest more, they are awesome together!
- Bryan Ries
Andy Traub’s Be A Better Husband podcast is already awesome!
Although “Be A Better Husband” is a fairly new podcast, Andy Traub is not new to podcasting. Andy has been the co-host of gspn.tv’s “Business Tech Weekly” podcast for quite some time now.
“Be A Better Husband is already an awesome podcast. I can tell that this podcast is really going to grow in scope and helpfulness. Andy’s practical advice, based on experience, as well as business/family balance issues, can really help all of us husbands (as well as husbands-to-be, and wives). Listen, and subscribe…”
- Wayne Henderson
Andy Traub’s “Be A Better Husband” Podcast ROCKS!
Even if the sound quality and editing weren’t as excellent as they are, I’d still listen based just on the content. Andy’s honesty and frank discussion are inspiring. He doesn’t clain to be the expert or to know all the answers. Rather, he’s just a normal guy who wants to be a better husband. I found many of the conversations similar to ones I’ve had with good friends as we try to figure out this thing called life. If you’re a perfect husband already you’ll learn nothing. For the rest of us, the Be A Better Husband Podcast provides a positive influence and real world ideas we can use to help us be who we want to be, who we promised to be on that day we said “I do”.
- Tom Schwab
I truly appreciate the BABH podcast. I do. Your honesty and transparency are encouraging.
We both know that life is a battle. Perhaps it’s an overused metaphor, but I think that you realize that as a husband, you are fighting for your marriage–fighting the world, fighting Satan, fighting the carnal men around you.
But take hope. Even when we don’t realize it, God is orchestrating the events of the battle on our behalf, and He want’s to show you how.
Andy, the battle we are fighting now, as Christian men leading and loving our families, is far more difficult. The consequences of our battle today have more gravity, more seriousness, more eternality, then any battle I have ever been “near” (because I have never been “in” a real battle, just near).
So when I thank you for making a podcast that helps me in this spiritual battle, I want you to know just how much it means to me. And I want you to know that I think “success” is helping out a brother in the battle. Success is fighting a good fight. Even Paul didn’t finish fighting until the end. So keep fighting. We’ll both keep fighting.
This is Much Needed!
I believe this podcast is much needed as having a child naturally is once again becoming a real option. I know it’s still a fight for a lot of folks especially when you’re going to a traditional hospital but there are more and more places like birth centers popping up which encourage natural. This is the option my wife Claudia and I choose for our first which due in less than 3 weeks now! We both found real value in this first podcast and I’m sure we’ll be regular listeners.
- Michael Good