As many of my readers know, I wrote a book, Squared Away-How Can Bankers Succeed as Economic First Responders. If you don't know, it's because I'm not particularly good at getting the word out to the book's target audience: bankers and the professionals that serve them.
Pretty niche group, so you think my targeting would be spot-on. Not so for a spreadsheet wonk!
Here is the list of appearances with the appropriate links in case you want to listen or watch. I tried to bring something different to each one, as each of the podcasts' listeners are somewhat different and the podcasts' subjects varied. Try out one or more. Let me know what you think.
The Squared Away book tour appearances:
Banking With Interest podcast hosted by Rob Blackwell (formerly managing editor at American Banker) and Interfi: Banking With Interest: Why Banks Should Be Focusing on Building Core Deposits on Apple Podcasts
A live book review session with CULytics, a Credit Union focused consulting firm: Book Review Session - Squared Away: How Can Bankers Succeed as Economic First Responders | Jun 18 (culytics.com)
Financial Experience podcast hosted by Hunter Young of the HiFi Agency that serves banks and fintechs: The Keys To Staying Independent | Podcast | HIFI Agency
Street Talk podcast hosted by Nathan Stovall of S&P Global Market Intelligence: Stream Ep. 78 - The case to grow deposits when the world is flush with cash by Street Talk | Listen online for free on SoundCloud
This Month in Banking podcast (my own company did one featuring me and the book): Squared Away – How Can Bankers Succeed as Economic First Responders - The Kafafian Group, Inc.
Ned Talks: A video blog discussion between Ned Miller of 3rd Act Consulting, a bank sales consulting firm: https://youtu.be/ryHQF-_QoG8
Banking Transformed podcast with Jim Marous of The Financial Brand: Is The Future of Community Banks at Risk? - The Financial Brand
And please consider reading the book: Squared Away-How Can Bankers Succeed as Economic First Responders.
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