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Brian White Troublemaker at Herschel Supply

If you look behind the brands that have lit up the cool side of the fashion industry for the past 3 decades, you’ll find Troublemakers leading the way. It’s not easy to find the magic formula, but it always involves at least one very strong personality who can lead the company to fame. Herschel Supply Company has that attitude and they’ve rocketed to fame.
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Bridget Molloy Troublemaker at Bridget’s Botanicals

Bridget Molloy has formulated and manufactured over 40 botanical products, developed 30 community classes, 2 courses, and an online course portal. Each product is formulated based on current scientific research and combined with traditional global healing practices. In other words, she’s highly credible and very serious.
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Lori Jones Troublemaker at VPL

Here’s a little-known fact. Shipping adds millions of dollars to our nation’s growing healthcare costs every year. Lori Jones, Vice President of Sales and the team at VPL are just the troublemakers to solve this problem. “We’re transforming the freight management space in healthcare through technology. Our software solutions provide choice, transparency, and control to the providers.”
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Matt Weber Troublemaker at Fit For Work

In a 25 minute podcast Matt Weber, Fit For Work’s National Director of Sales, leads us through so many proof points that his company has been a major troublemaker in their industry since 1998 that it's simply overwhelming. They have one of the most clearly articulated brand statements I’ve ever seen: “We prevent people from getting injured.”
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Kirsten Potenza Troublemaker at POUND® Fitness.

Here's that word again - stubbornness. Kirsten Potenza, CEO and Co-Founder of POUND® Fitness has invented and grown something totally unique. Inspired by drumming, loud music, and the camaraderie she experienced on UCLA's Division 1 crew team, POUND is an exhilarating experience that lights up gym classes and trainers alike.
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Brian Skow, MD, MBA, CPE, FACEP and Troublemaker at Avera eCARE

Dr. Brian Skow of Avera eCARE said, “What drew me into this really was that we found a need, a problem, and we innovated our way into it." Yep, this company is filled with Troublemakers! Avera eCARE is among the most comprehensive telehealth service providers in the nation, and they have a very unique approach.
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Rob Neuner Troublemaker at Boost Oxygen

If the United States Department of Transportation were to shut your startup down, many entrepreneurs might stay down. Not Rob Neuner, CEO of Boost Oxygen. They worked through this (and many other challenges) to come out the other side with a highly successful new product category. The key is resilience and old-fashioned stubbornness.
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Chris Brownridge Troublemaker at Silver Lining

Chis has created a community – Silver Lining – designed to help the recently unemployed know that they’re not alone. From a hard-core tech entrepreneur with major funding, Chris now finds himself in a completely different seat. That of a compassionate capitalist.
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Jon Montanaro Troublemaker at BridgeHealth

BridgeHealth has built a network of 155 centers of excellence, facilities that score in the top 25 percent in national health outcomes measures, for the procedures that BridgeHealth helps to manage.
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Karma Tenzing Troublemaker in Nepal

Like many young people in Nepal, Karma Tenzing had left the country to seek his fortune elsewhere. But a major earthquake hit Kathmandu and Karma knew he had to re-think his real purpose. He went home to Nepal. Now he's a social entrepreneur making a major difference for his people.
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Ken Bombace Troublemaker at Global Threat Solutions

Ken Bombace and his company Global Threat Solutions work in an industry of extremes. Extreme deadlines. Extreme challenges. And sometimes extreme danger. So I knew he'd be a great interview for our Troublemakers podcast.
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Sean Weisbord Troublemaker at BurnAlong

Sean Weisbord is Director of Sales for BurnAlong, a company that's shaking up the corporate wellness industry, the fitness gym industry, and the online workout industry. They are some serious troublemakers. Steve's interview gets right down to the culture of the company that allows them to keep innovating.
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David Feinberg Troublemaker at PURE Juicer

“If you believe that something can’t be done. It certainly won’t be done. But if you believe that it can, you’ll find a way.” - David Feinberg, CEO of PURE Juicer
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Danny Nelms Troublemaker at Work Institute

For years, the phrase "Employee Engagement," was thrown about in HR departments as though the responsibility for work success was all on the employees. Then Work Institute's Thomas Mahan, Ph.D. and Danny Nelm came along and turned that on its head.
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2018, the year we burned our ships

In 1519, Captain Hernán Cortés landed in Veracruz with one mission in mind: conquest. Upon arriving, he gave the order to his men to burn the ships. Trouble Group found ourselves in a similar situation. We've burned our ships.
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Why Account-Based Marketing Hasn’t Gotten Off the Ground

Account-Based Marketing has never enjoyed the popularity of other hyped marketing solutions. We've been researching why such a brilliant B2B marketing tactic is being ignored.
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Finally a Way Towards Sales & Marketing Alignment

Sales and Marketing departments in many companies are not aligned in their goals, expectations, or understanding of each other. That’s not news to anyone. The news is that after scores of consultants have attempted to fix the issue, it’s still not fixed.
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Zigging VS Zagging

So why were the 34% who weren’t getting ROI from their content marketing efforts going to spend more on it? There was only one answer: Content marketing had become over-hyped. If the world was zigging towards content marketing, then our advice was to run the other way.

Is Trouble Group Antisocial ?

If social media is not moving your business or getting you leads, flush it. Social media is nothing more than a method of transportation - getting your target from where they are to your website. You'll notice we're not using it.