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THE CLOCKWORK CABARET is a weekly show hosted by that darling DJ duo, Emmett Davenport and Lady Attercop. They’re old. They’re not hip. They’re your weird aunties. But, they’ve got a wide assortment of cocktails, music, weird history & geekery that they’d like to share with you. New episodes air on Mad Wasp Radio on Sundays @ 7am EST/12pm GMT! Listen at www.madwaspradio.com or via TuneIn radio app!
 
Giving you every tool you need to grow + scale your business with operational excellence, while also prioritizing your quality of life. Hosted by best-selling author + speaker Mike Michalowicz + operational efficiency expert + CEO, Adrienne Dorison, the Run Like Clockwork podcast is a series of insightful + topical operations conversations based on the best-selling book, Clockwork, to help small business owners design a business + team that runs itself. To stay in touch with all things Run L ...
 
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Piece together the mystery of the disappearance of Robin Jaeger, a man with four metal limbs, in this sci-fi horror audio drama. Shelly Croft organises recordings taken from the computer of Dr Sophie Bennett, one of the lead scientists on the synthetic limbs project, and uncovers more than just scientific breakthroughs. Clockwork Bird deals with mature themes and may not be suitable for all audiences. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to Clockwork Nights, a podcast hosted by Clark Wayne. Clark is an audio engineer and musician based in Nashville, TN. Clockwork Nights released its first episode in December of 2015. Each episode varying from live podcast shows, long form interviews, album reviews and of course the beloved Pizza Quest series. After a four year hiatus, the podcast has returned and is picking up exactly where it left off. You’re invited to join Clark as he talks with guests about childhood stories, cur ...
 
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With Adrienne out on a 12-week clockwork vacation, we thought this would be the perfect time to throw it back to one of the Run Like Podcast origin episodes! In this episode, Adrienne shares what the new verb she made up, “clockworking,” your business even means, why the vacation is just a carrot + not really the point of it, and how to get started…
 
A good dream is better than a bad reality. WARNING! This show is for adults. We drink cocktails, have potty mouths and, at least, one of us was raised by wolves. The Clockwork Cabaret is a production of Agony Aunt Studios. Featuring that darling DJ Duo, Lady Attercop and Emmett Davenport. Our theme music is made especially for us by Kyle O'Door. Ne…
 
We talk a lot of hype about the 4-Week Vacation, and as our Clockwork CEO’s unplug from the business their team members are always asking us the same question – What is this actually going to be like? Team RLC has expanded our team recently and as we prepare for Adrienne to take her own unplugged leave from the business, our newest team members hav…
 
The best part of the Run Like Clockwork Podcast is having the chance to share the stories of our amazing Clockworkers, and on this episode we are joined by Brenda Blakenship, owner of Express The Hearts School of Performing Arts. After 24 years in business, Brenda was ready for some operational changes to her business and new that Clockworking woul…
 
You asked, we’re answering! We’ve been talking about hiring and retaining your staff for a few weeks now and we have been loving all the questions you’ve been asking in response.This is such a nuanced process and can be very specific to the season your business is in, so we knew we needed to dedicate an entire show to it.In this weeks episode Emily…
 
When you don't have a team you can trust, it's impossible to step away from the business for any length of time. You're constantly being pulled back in, you can never fully unplug, and things can't move forward without you… But you can’t do it alone, either — finding your dream team is essential to the business no longer being dependent on YOU. In …
 
When Team RLC was making our nominations for Clockie recently, Danielle was a unanimous winner. Not only is she dedicated to making the clockwork systems work for her, but she’s also built an incredible team of 40+ women during the process. And the icing on the cake? She has now officially taken all of her Clockwork vacations, and is a member of th…
 
You might feel like you’ve crossed the finish line once you’ve made that new hire, but in reality, you’re just getting started. Now we must begin the (arguably harder) work of retaining them. In this episode, Gabrielle and Emily share their top tips for keeping your team, including: The importance of building an S-Curve together How we conduct our …
 
If there is one thing that never hurts to focus on, it’s finding the joy in the mundane. And that includes your hiring process.Too often we overlook the multitude of ways that finding and onboarding a new team member can change our lives because we are too bogged down in the day-to-day of it. In this episode, Adriana and Julie dive deeper into: Her…
 
So you’ve made a new hire, now what?In this episode, Julie is joined by two of Run Like Clockwork’s newest team members Rane Kwapien and Sandy Miller to talk about their experience onboarding using the Clockwork methods. They cover: The most important things that will set you up for a successful onboarding How to set your new hires up to win right …
 
We’re back this week with one of our amazing Clockies, James Marland. “Clockies” are the internal award we give to one student each month to recognize their incredible clockwork achievements. James has been such an inspiration to both his fellow Clockworkers and Team RLC, and we are excited to share more about his journey with you today.In this epi…
 
Hiring can be such an emotional process, and too often we make decisions based on our feelings rather than what the data is telling us. Most businesses don’t even know what data to look at! In this episode Emily talks about: The non-negotiable information we always collect before we even think about hiring. Why you need to stop fixating on the trad…
 
There is no denying that the job market looks vastly different now than it did a few years ago. The pandemic has changed the landscape, and there is a lot of unease around the "Great Resignation". This is why we knew it was time to dedicate a whole series to the hiring process! We want to share more about what we're actually seeing, both as we buil…
 
We’re back this week with one of my favorite types of podcast episodes - celebrating a 4 Week Vacation!This is the ultimate litmus test of a Clockwork business, and I love getting the opportunity to learn about the different strategies people use to get there! In this episode, Adrienne interviews Johnathan Milligan, a current Clockworker who just t…
 
We often think of inspiration similar to how we think of lightning… it’s wild and unpredictable and very hard to channel. And there are no doubt similarities, would anyone actually want to live in a lightning storm all the time? It sounds loud and chaotic. Very much not for me. Instead, we need to start thinking of inspiration more like the sun. Wa…
 
We are getting close to wrapping up our Vision series here on the podcast. In this series you've heard us talk about casting a vision for your company as the Captain of your ship, the Clockwork 3 Phase Vision tool, getting your team engaged with your vision, and heard from several amazing Clockworkers share how vision has impacted their business gr…
 
We have loved sharing our Vision series with you, it’s been such a great way to begin the year for us, and we have been getting such great feedback from you, our fellow clockworkers, about how you’ve been revisiting and revising your visions. So far we’ve shared about what yacht captains + business leaders have in common. You've heard an incredible…
 
“Vision with action makes a powerful reality.” Fully believing in your vision then getting others on your team who partner in your vision creates powerful momentum. Our guest on this episode of the Run Like Clockwork Podcast is Dr Shawn Hondorp, CEO of The Psychology of Wellness and host of the Motivation Made Easy: Body Respect, True Health podcas…
 
There probably isn’t a business leader that would argue having a vision is not important. A vast majority have written out a vision statement, created a document, or at least have elaborate plans mapped out in their heads. The problem is, how do you make your vision a reality? In this episode of the Run Like Clockwork podcast, Erica shares our best…
 
This episode features Kentucky's very own, Daniel Niehoff. Daniel is a passionate singer-songwriter. When Daniel isn't managing a local music shop, he's either touring, recording or writing the next song that he hopes inspires his audience. In this interview we talk about what it looks like to take a feeling or an idea and bring it to life with a s…
 
Are you playing to win or playing not to lose? It’s definitely a question worth stopping to consider. Our guest on the Run Like Clockwork Podcast is Kristin Meyer, CEO of Southern Crafted Shutters. Kristin and her husband pivoted into manufacturing at the beginning of 2020 without knowing the home improvement industry was about to skyrocket. In thi…
 
Hello 2022! We're kicking off the year with a new Vision Series. As a business leader, vision is everything. In this series we will discuss: creating a vision worth pursuing how to get your team onboard with your vision the habits needed to make your vision reality metrics to fuel your vision You will also hear from some incredible business leaders…
 
In the alpine ridges of Gauntgrym Pass, Jolken, O and Delvon recover from a violent encounter among beasts and men. With a hostage in tow and a devastating storm on their heels, it becomes a race against time to reach shelter in the sullen village of Dolva. Check out our socials here! Theme Music by: Aydan Scott @beforethesunmusic -Pirates of the S…
 
Time is going to pass anyway, so the question is: where do you want to be in the next 6-12 months? As we wrap up 2021, we decided to end the year with a 2 part series of The Best of 2021. Last week for Part 1, you heard from Adrienne, Erica, Danielia, and Gio of Team RLC share their biggest takeaways for you as a business leader. If you missed that…
 
What have been your biggest takeaways as a business leader in the past 12 months? Growth, reduction, time off, working overtime, hiring, firing, whatever you and your business have experienced, can we agree it’s been quite a year?! We decided to end the year with The Best of 2021. In this 2 part series, you will hear from 8 of Team RLC’s team membe…
 
Episode 14 features the wonderful Michael and Jesse, owners of The Groove, a locally owned record store in East Nashville. The store is currently raising money to purchase the land and building the store has resided in since 2007. We discuss moving dance floors, the pink dollar, what real snow weather is like, the dying art of good customer service…
 
After a night of rum on the beach, Hollis and Xavier make a pit-stop in the markets of Dawnport. There will be consequences to their choices, of which they are yet to understand. Check out our socials here! Theme Music by: Aydan Scott @beforethesunmusic -Pirates of the Sky -Forgotten Magic Sounds and background music by @syrinscape https://syrinsca…
 
The definition of entrepreneurship has become convoluted. Instead of the focus centering around hustle, grind, do all the things to chase money, what if we flipped that definition on its head? In this episode of the Run Like Clockwork podcast, Mike Michalowicz shares a new definition of entrepreneurship and talks frankly about your #1 job as an ent…
 
Episode 13 features fellow Midwesterner, lifelong Cubs fan and podcaster Brad Blazek! When Brad isn’t hanging out with other Swifties, Brad cohosts Single Podcast Theory, A Pearl Jam Podcast. In this episode we unlock a few urban legends of old, break down the incident known as Burrito Gate and harken back to a time when helicopter news cameras bro…
 
It’s true, Clockwork helps you design a business + team that runs itself... so you can take a 4-week vacation (without your business falling apart). It’s also true that, many times, it’s not about the vacation. Many business owners start clockworking with a goal that has nothing to do with jet setting around the world. In this week on the Run Like …
 
“The business was very clearly running us… now we have the space to have longer mornings, grow as leaders, and show up better in our business.” On today’s episode of the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Clockwork Rockstars, Shay + Cassie, Co-Founders of the Bucketlist BombshellsTM share how Clockwork has helped them lead and grow a business + team to li…
 
Drummers reunite! This episode features the amazing Nelson Laflin, a drummer who hails from Austin, Texas. Clark and Nelson discuss recovering from burnout, keeping close friends near by, controlling your reps, playing pool with the Black Pumas and a mutually loved album. Sometimes it's just fun to pick up where you left off, even if you met just o…
 
It has been almost half a decade since Hollis and Xavier arrived in Dawnport, a point of congregation deep in the jungles of the northwest. Time has taught them the nuances of the populous, and their reconnaissance has led them into a political plot with dire implications and destructive potential. Stay tuned after the end of this episode for a sne…
 
It’s easy to get caught up in micromanaging. You want the best for your business… and so often business leaders think success requires that everything be done their way, aka the “right” way, and they get caught up in micromanaging. On this episode of the Run Like Clockwork podcast, Emily + Julie from Team RLC share why and how micromanaging is kill…
 
At the hight of the global pandemic, Ali and Zach set out to make the perfect biscuit, thus giving birth to Guerilla Bizkits. Known for their amazing vegan biscuits, this dynamic duo has taken your favorite breakfast item to a whole new level! Join us as we discuss what it's like to run and build a small shop business from the ground up. We also ta…
 
If you’ve wanted to get your business operations in order and improve efficiency in your business… and stopped yourself with “I’m just too busy right now” or “I’ll do it once this chaotic season blows over”... then this episode is for you! This week on the Run Like Clockwork podcast, Clockwork superstar and DEI expert, Erica Courdae, shares how to …
 
What do PB + J, Tom + Jerry, Thanksgiving + turkey have in common? They're all epic duos that are close to inseparable. Today we're focusing on another inseparable duo: autonomy + delegation. Can't have one without the other as a business leader developing a team! In this episode of the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Adrienne + Danielia share strategi…
 
Episode 10 features the amazing Delaine Wendling! Delaine is a watercolor artist, mathematician, software engineer, former school teacher and retired music composer who is currently training for the next 007 opening at MI6. Delaine is also carrying the torch of a family legacy as a third generation watercolor artist. Join us we talk about personal …
 
Stenson and Riv emerge from the musty cellar that hid them from the licks of the forest's flames. Trudging through the scorched earth, they arrive to a new stranger awaiting in Tumps. Check out our socials here! Theme Music by: Aydan Scott @beforethesunmusic -Pirates of the Sky -Forgotten Magic -River Spirit Sounds and background music by @syrinsca…
 
Non-profits operate just like businesses, except with much smaller operating budgets and they need operations support. If you run (or support) a non-profit business, it’s even more vital to Clockwork the business to efficiently utilize the limited resources to maximize impact. This week on the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Clockwork superstar, Steve …
 
9 9 9! The indoor porchcast series continues. In this episode we are joined by guest Cordell Rainock, an inspiring singer songwriter based in Nashville, TN. Topics include but are not limited to: Instant Pots, slide guitars, the afterlife and bike crashes. Clark shares a couple local businesses in Nashville to support on Black Friday and Shop Small…
 
One thing that holds many business leaders back from hiring or delegating effectively is the belief that they need to know it all first. Thankfully, the short and long answer to that is no - no you don’t have to know if all to be a good leader! In this episode of the Run Like Clockwork podcast, Emily + Julie debunk the belief that you must know it …
 
Drummers unite! The porchcast moves inside. From the Legend of Zelda to Neil Peart's earth shattering drum solos. We travel back to the midwest to Kenosha, Wisconsin when a young and quiet Thomas Reschke was discovering his primal drummer identity. Together we reveal how drummers aren't pack rats at all because we buy things intentionally. Thomas a…
 
Our story takes us to the rolling hills of the Quiet Rise. A quaint, tranquil territory of rolling hills. Home to the gnomes of Faux’Terrum, farmland stretches as far as the eye can see. The end of harvest has come and is welcomed by the residents of the Rise, but a storm is looming. Stenson Copperguts takes shelter in his home with his wife and so…
 
What does “going all in” look like to you? When you do go “all in,” how long do you maintain that level of focus and dedication? Are you in it for a quick result or do you embrace the process? Starting this week through the end of 2021, we are revisiting some great guest episodes... with a little twist! At the end, you will hear an update on how th…
 
This episode features Claire Ballard, a former radio show host. Claire gives us the inside scoop on why she recently left radio after 12 years on the air. We open up about our mental health journeys and discuss how a single therapy session can uncover the unknown. For any aspiring female broadcasters listening, Claire also walks us through what it …
 
Here's the thing about delegation - everyone just seems to throw the word around like it's something that we were taught along with sight words and multiplication facts. Nope. The problem is, delegation is high on the need-to-know list when it comes to running a business or leading within one... but it's low on the actually-know-how list. In this e…
 
Porchcast number one! Singer-songwriter and neighbor Nicky James joins Clark on the front porch for a round of bourbon and insightful conversation. In this episode we take a look at the changes surrounding Music City, how one collaborates to build a song as a Nashville songwriter and together we reflect on the March 2021 flood. Nicky's newest singl…
 
Sometimes building a dream team isn’t always dreamy. It often requires difficult conversations and passing all the hats around until you find the right fit on your team. It’s all part of the journey! The important thing is that you don’t continue to wear all the hats yourself. Our guest on the Run Like Clockwork Podcast is Clockwork superstar, Joe …
 
In this episode we are joined by singer-songwriter Kesha Jackson (aka perfect10). Kesha and Clark bond over their mutual love of Publix cakes, ice cream cakes in general and the pop artist Pink. Originally from East Nashville, our guest walks us through what it’s like to visit home after all of the changes that come with gentrification. Kesha also …
 
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