Well, one week is in the books with our daily (on weekdays) mini-episodes of Clues for the Clueless Email Marketer and Clues for the Clueless CRM Marketer. Now that we have three podcasts, it seemed like as good of a time as any to look back on our original podcast, the Heart Of Business.

With a little over 100 episodes released, the Heart Of Business has seen some awesome guests, who are doing (or have done) incredible things. We wanted to honor some of our favorites … and some of yours!

The truth is, we’ve enjoyed every single episode we’ve recorded. It’s hard not to when you get to speak with people who are passionate about what they’re doing with their lives.

Thanks to everyone who has ever been a guest on the Heart Of Business and all of you who have been listening all these years!

Andy’s Favorite Episodes

Diamond Dallas Page: Wrestling with a New Yoga Business

If I’m being honest, a large part of why this was so special is because of the voicemail that was left for my by DDP himself prior to recording. My junior high self was squealing on the inside about this episode. He did not disappoint.

Nick Uhas: Beginnings, Big Brother and Beyond

You ask Nick Uhas how he wound up on Big Brother and you first hear about how he started wrestling in Junior High, competitive rollerblading and how he crashed a fraternity leadership summit in Mexico. Somehow, it turns into a story of following the path presented to you and gaining confidence in your strengths.

There Is No Shot: ImmunoMatrix with Kasia Sawicka

Kasia Sawicka is the Neo of ImmunoMatrix. The one that did what has never been done before. During a college experiment, Kasia stumbled upon a discovery that might have major implications across the globe. Through her findings, she has made a patch that can deliver medications through the skin at a greater rate than was previously thought possible. She’s got a growing list of awards and accolades that boast the significance of ImmunoMatrix.

Daniel’s Favorite Episodes

All About.com That Podcast with Neil Vogel

Neil Vogel is the CEO of About.com. He talked with us about transforming a brand, chubby babies and content. With Andy on injured reserve, Engineer Claude and Daniel took the reigns for this great listen.

Siri, Will You Be On Our Podcast?

You’d think being the voice of Siri could be the coolest thing a person could do. Then you learn that Susan Bennett also toured the world with Roy Orbison. She toured with a guy that was in a band with a Beatle. How cool is that?! The answer is very cool, and Susan Bennett is just that. Learn about the life of a voice actor and singer and how one can be the voice of Siri without even realizing it’s happening.

Energized By Grid Modernization Engineer Tirthak Saha

Tirthak Saha is only 26 years old. He’s been recognized by Forbes 30 Under 30, worked with NASA on origami-inspired satellites and won American Electric Power’s Spark Tank Innovation Challenge. You may not have heard of him yet, but he believes that will change. So do we.

Most Downloaded Episodes (Your Favorites!)

Drive Change: Social Justice is a Dish Best Served … Literally

It seems more important than ever to tell a story like that of Drive Change. A force for good in our society aimed at improving the lives of its employees, maintaining a conversation on social justice and serving delicious food. Drive Change brings its cause straight to the people taking its food truck, Snowday, on the move with a message. You see, the food truck employs formerly incarcerated young adults and gives them support, on the job training and assistance in achieving the future they desire. Did I mention the food is amazing? I don’t have to because the awards are piling up … as are the mentions in every “best of NY” list on food trucks. Drive Change co-founder Roy Waterman and his team deserve all the accolades their food has received and more. In a world of hashtag activism, it seems as important as ever to give a platform to the individuals taking action to work for a better tomorrow.

1,810 Seconds with 2-Second Lean’s Paul Akers

Paul Akers had to go to Japan to become fully immersed in Lean culture. Thanks to him, all of us need not leave our desks. To say we were excited to speak to Paul and hear his story is an understatement. His Lean Journey is one of positivity and joy, albeit not with a few bumps along the road. We talked to him about his own company, FastCap, and how they have benefited from implementing Lean.

EasilyDo: Stay On Top Of It All

Think about all of the things for which you use your smartphone. Calls, email and texting, sure, but what else? You calendar, the internet, social media. Shopping? Transportation? Business? These days the list can go on and on. EasilyDo is like having an assistant that lives in your phone. It integrates with all of the tools you use in your life to stay organized and get things done. We had a great talk on how the tools in your life can be used more efficiently. It’s something all of us can stand to do.

Most Played Episodes (More of Your Favorites!)

The Fan Experience with Kevin Browning, Umphrey’s McGee

Not many bands can tour for more than a decade and a half and still bring something new to the table each and every time. Umphrey’s McGee has delivered unique fan experiences unseen by most others in the music industry. We chat with Kevin Browning, who manages strategy and development for the the band. Listen along and see how you might conjure up some out of the box ideas for your business.

Millennials & More with Michael Price

Michael Price literally wrote the book on millennials. Hear how his book, What Next? The Millennial’s Guide To Surviving and Thriving in the Real World, came to be and why he felt he was the one to write it. Hear his thoughts on millennials, who they are and what they are capable of.

You Can Dance If You Want To … at Dance With Me

Alex Samusevich co-founded Dance With Me Studios with Maksim Chmerkovskiy of Dancing with the Stars. He took a lifelong passion for dance and turned it into a business that also allowed him to share it with others. What started as a conversation about being able to pursue one’s dreams in business and in life that was uplifting and inspirational turned into a look at using what you have, creating great content and doing it all with a DIY approach.

Tell Us Your Favorite

Do you have a favorite episode that we didn’t include here?

Tell us in the comments!