Join The Goat Consulting Podcast (GCP 2.0) as they serve it up
in a way you can get it in all stages of life.
THE GOAT CONSULTING PODCAST
The GoatT Consulting Podcast (GCP 2.0) “serve up” emotionally compelling and entertaining content around life, business and relationships. We are a “quickcast” or a car ride to work and a car ride home. In sports GOAT’s are easy to see as they are recognized for the greatness. What they do elevates the play of those around them. But, in business, GOAT’s are harder to see. They compete on unique perspective, unique education and unique experience. What they do gives them energy and gives other people energy creating new loves of challenge and new levels of opportunity. We attract people striving to be a GOAT in all stages of life. We are like Waffle House. We serve it up in a way YOU can get it.
In our 20’s, we try to get in the game.
In our 30’s, we try to move up in the game.
In our 40’s, we try to stay in the game (because those 30 years olds are so good).
In our 50’s, we ask what is it that we really want!
In our 60’s, we get “IT” and do “IT.”
3 Headed Goat!
The logo only pictures one GOAT, but it should have three heads! I really enjoy listening to the quick-casts and at the conclusion of each episode, I always feel like it holds true to “serving it up in a way that I can get it”. Excellent content!
COLBY B. JUBENVILLe, phd
At his core, Colby B. Jubenville, PhD is a coach who uses the obstacles and challenges people face in search of achievement as “teachable moments” that help make sense of their life, work, and relationships. Dr. Jubenville holds an academic appointment as a Professor at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) and is the Director of the Center for Student Coaching and Success. He is the author of two books including Zebras and Cheetahs: How to Look Different and Stay Agile to Survive the Business Jungle (Wiley) and Me: How To Sell Who You Are, What You Do & Why You Matter to the World. During his tenure, Jubenville has published over 50 peer-reviewed, professional, and trade articles. His work on campus is funded through a generous seven-figure gift that he secured through the John D. Floyd Foundation. The Center focuses on 1 on 1 and group coaching helping students become gainfully employed in their chosen career path prior to walking across the stage at graduation. At the Center, he connects Narrative Based Coaching and Harrison Assessments to help students develop their unique perspective, education, and experience grounded in the belief that if you want “more,” the first thing you must have “more” of is yourself. Jubenville is certified in Harrison Assessments, EQ-i 2.0 and EQI-360 (MHS) and Cylient’s Coaching In the Moment program. Jubenville works in the business community in human capital and believes at the intersection of personal brands and personal relationships is Emotional Intelligence (EI). He was selected by The Nashville Business Journal as a member of its 40 Under 40 class and selected by YP Nashville as its Impact Award Winner, which recognizes top leaders who have made a significant impact on the city’s YP demographic. He is the recipient of the St. Paul’s Episcopal School (Mobile, AL), Distinguished Alumni award. Jubenville writes for The Forbes Coaches Council and is the host of The Goat Consulting Podcast which drops weekly on Apple Podcast and YouTube! In addition to speaking for businesses and trade associations, he has been an invited lecturer at California Polytechnic University, The University of Florida, Elon University, Florida State University, The University of Alabama, and Vanderbilt University. His insights have been published in The Washington Times, The Nashville Business Journal, The Tennessean, The Nashville Post, Canvas Magazine, and AthleticBusiness.com. He serves as a mentor for the Williamson County (TN) Entrepreneur and Innovation Center. In 2022, Colby signed with Nashville-based, JRA Speakers, an agency specializing in speakers who bring authentic messages for organization change, learning, and personal growth. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Southern Mississippi in Human Performance and competed as a NCAA D-III student-athlete at Millsaps College. He calls Mobile, Alabama home and resides in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Tyler Burnett is a former professional and college baseball player and founder and CEO of GoatTurf. Prior to starting GoatTurf, he launched and sold several companies. Transitioning to sales and management, he spent six years as a Key Account Manager at Marietta, GA based Better Baseball. Looking for a new challenge, Tyler took a position at Nissan North America as a Production Supervisor and Versatility Manager. During his time at Nissan, he oversaw the implementation of a cost reduction program resulting in savings of over 5 million dollars annually. While competing as an NCAA Division I athlete at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) Tyler received All Sun Belt honors. As a high school standout in both football and baseball, he was recognized as Sandlot MVP, District MVP, Region MVP, and All State. Most recently as a professional athlete, Tyler was selected to the New York Penn League All Star game. He graduated from MTSU with a degree in Entrepreneurship with a minor in Business Administration.
Dr. Jeremy Qualls is the Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center (EIC) and the College, Career, and Technical Education (CCTE) with Williamson County Schools. Dr. Qualls brings energy and innovation in both academic programs. Prior to becoming the Executive Director of the EIC and CCTE, Dr. Qualls served as the District Athletic Director for Williamson County Schools. He has over 10 years of experience as a principal, assistant principal, coach and teacher. Dr. Qualls received his Doctorate at Freed-Hardeman University, Master’s with Middle Tn State University, and Bachelor’s degree at Austin Peay State University where he played college basketball. During his tenured as Athletic Director, Dr. Qualls created the Williamson County Game Day, One Conference, One Goal initiative, WILCO Awards, and received the Legacy Award for Williamson County Schools Athletics as well as the 2015 Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association Administrator of the Year. In conjunction with the current Athletic Director, Dr. Qualls created a Work Based Learning program called Outside the Lines for students to gain work experience in sports related positions. As part of this partnership, the students are able to work with the Tennessee Titans receiving invaluable experience and feedback. Dr. Qualls leadership, ingenious thinking, and enthusiasm is part of what makes the EIC and CCTE programs in Williamson County Schools some of the most unique programs in the state.
Jim Cripps wears many hats – a leading business consultant, a record-breaking bowler, and a dedicated coach. At the helm of Sense Development, he transformed a $6 million business into a $100 million success story. On the bowling lane, he's the "Backwards Bowler" and makes every pin count, earning a spot in the Guinness World Records. He has been featured on "Good Morning America" and on the covers of both The Nashville Business Journal, and Bowler's Journal International. Jim’s message is clear: giving up isn’t in his playbook. Whether it’s in business, bowling, or in life, Jim believes performance matters! Are you Coachable? Ready to take your success to the next level? Reach out at 615-268-5627 or firstname.lastname@example.org.