178 Coach Radio – A System for Generating Ideas: Rob Hatch [Your Story]


Show Topics:

  • Working with a team in other parts of the world
  • Making business more human
  • A system for generating ideas

Rob HatchRob Hatch has been working with humans for over 20 years. He’s the COO of Human Business works which serves businesses around the world. It’s awfully easy to become lonely when you’re running your own business, especially if you don’t have employees. Rob’s team is helping combat that feeling.

Ten years ago, Rob was building childcare centers in fitness clubs when he reconnected with a childhood friend, Chris Brogan. Chris persuaded Rob to join his team and help run a few of his companies.

Kitchen Table Companies is an online small business advisory board.

501 Mission Place is where nonprofits can get together and help each other.

Rob and his team come up with ideas through reading books and observing other people’s ideas. He turned the tables on me and asked about my process for generating and filtering ideas. You’ll love the last part of this show and I can see how he and the people around him have become so successful.

Connect with Rob Hatch on twitter.


I’ll help you turn your ideas into a business that changes the world (and your bank account). Here’s how.

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Author: Justin Lukasavige

I help businesses do business better and I love what I do.

5 thoughts on “178 Coach Radio – A System for Generating Ideas: Rob Hatch [Your Story]”

  1. Just got done with this podcast. Outstanding! Justin’s interview of Rob was pretty great, but Rob’s interview of Justin was pure bonus 😉  You’ve got to watch out for the Maine-iacs. 😀

    Seriously, though, I ran over to his links and found more great stuff. Love Kitchen Table and some of the other great stuff Rob is doing with Chris Brogan. Put this episode in your greatest hits, Justin!

  2. I listened to the podcast yesterday. Great show. I had to go back and listen to it a second time because I missed the details of the books being discussed the first time through.

    I’m still working my “day job” trying to decide how to turn my passion into an income. Topics like this keep me encouraged that it IS possible.

    (There have been several of your podcasts that I’ve found very enlightening and beneficial. It just finally reached the point that I thought you were really due some feedback from me. Thanks for all the great information you are putting out there!)

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