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Dr. Berg interview Dr. Eric Westman, a Medical Doctor, Associate Professor, Chairman of the Obesity Medical Association and a Doctor on Duke University. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Dr. Berg talks to incoming callers about their problems with getting healthy and weight loss. In this video, Dr. Berg also explains liver cleansing foods and how detoxification for the liver takes a long time. &nbsp;The liver is one of the largest organs in your body and many times don’t show signs of distress until late. &nbsp;
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53. Anarchism (with Eric Berg) In this episode of Tent Talks, I speak with my colleague Eric Berg about anarchism. Eric is a self-described anarchist and is currently a PhD student in philosophy at the University of Connecticut. Here we talk about many different things related to anarchism, such as the distinction between anarchism and chaos, the distinction between anarcho-communism, anarcho-capitalism, and anarcho-primitivism, what voting and public safety look like in an anarchist society, the defund the police movement, and the capitol hill autonomous zone in Seattle.
Product Pitfalls From 0 Customers to the Messy Middle and IPO — Eric Berg on Okta, Intel & Fauna Today’s episode is with Eric Berg, CEO of Fauna, which is an adaptive operational database platform. In joining Fauna as its CEO in the summer of 2020, he brought a wealth of experience as a product leader. Most recently, he was the Chief Product Officer at Okta, scaling the company from 10 employees and zero customers to its eventual IPO in 2017. He started his career in product at Intel, working under the legendary Andy Grove, as well as a five-year stint as a product leader at Microsoft.   In today’s conversation, he opens up his executive playbook as he weaves together each of those experiences — and covers a lot of ground along the way. He starts by talking about early go-to-market lessons and the keys to honing in on an ICP to get Okta off the ground. He also dives into the often-maligned “messy middle,” particularly when it comes to moving upmarket and developing a pricing and packaging model that, when done well, takes a company to new heights.         We then switch gears and discuss more broadly about team building and company building — particularly the cultural lessons that stick with him from his tenure at each stop in his career. His biggest learnings include hiring folks up and down the org chart with the right ego to talent ratio and the tactical steps he takes to implement a “disagree and commit’ value so it’s not just a long-forgotten team motto. Finally, we touch on the biggest surprises as he approaches one year of sitting in the CEO seat.    Today’s conversation is a must-listen particularly for product folks, as well as others who want to more deeply understand the trade-offs that nearly every great company faces on the path to scale.    You can follow Eric on Twitter at @ericberg.   You can email us questions directly at review@firstround.com or follow us on Twitter @twitter.com/firstround and @twitter.com/brettberson
77) #ExponentialInsights: Your Customers Are Human, Serve Their Emotional Needs Ft. Eric Berg You can have the fanciest digital tools at your fingertips, but if you don’t serve your customers’ humanity, you’re going to fail.
In the new financial landscape, EQ beats IQ every time.
My guest today, Eric Berg, Founder and CEO at Netgiver, is an expert at upping your emotional intelligence and helping you better serve your customers’ emotional needs.
In this episode, we discuss:
- Why financial brands need to focus on emotional needs
- Why loyalty, trust, and affinity all stem from emotional connection
- Why your brand must stand for something
You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to Banking on Digital Growth on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here.
Listening on a desktop &amp; can’t see the links? Just search for Banking on Digital Growth in your favorite podcast player.&nbsp;
77) #ExponentialInsights: Your Customers Are Human, Serve Their Emotional Needs Ft. Eric Berg You can have the fanciest digital tools at your fingertips, but if you don’t serve your customers’ humanity, you’re going to fail.
In the new financial landscape, EQ beats IQ every time.
My guest today, Eric Berg, Founder and CEO at Netgiver, is an expert at upping your emotional intelligence and helping you better serve your customers’ emotional needs.
In this episode, we discuss:
- Why financial brands need to focus on emotional needs
- Why loyalty, trust, and affinity all stem from emotional connection
- Why your brand must stand for something
You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to Banking on Digital Growth on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here.
Listening on a desktop &amp; can’t see the links? Just search for Banking on Digital Growth in your favorite podcast player.&nbsp;
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