5in5 Episode 4 with Todd Simon, Senior VP of Omaha Steaks

Five questions. Five minutes or less.
5in5 is a video interview series to ask smart people five questions in less than five minutes. It gives me the opportunity to learn about them and get answers to tough questions in a short amount of time.
Why the name 5in5?
Simple. Five questions. Five minutes or less.
What did you ask Todd?
1. Being a family owned company for five generations, how do you keep your culture and values consistent?
2. As Senior Vice President, what do you do to make sure you’re in tune with your market?
3. What is the best piece of business advice you’ve ever been given?
4. How has social media changed your business?
5. What did you want to be when you grew up?
As I discussed in my Blogworld recap, I had the pleasure of meeting some of the folks making Omaha Steaks run smoothly in Vegas. Todd Simon is Senior VP and a key member of the Simon family that is on their fifth generation of running a highly successful business. We caught up to answer five questions in five minutes. Follow @omahasteaks on Twitter.

5in5 Episode 3 with Steve Johnson (@sjohnson717)

5in5 is a new video interview series to ask smart people five questions in less than five minutes. It gives me the opportunity to learn about them and get answers to tough questions in a short amount of time.

Why the name 5in5?
Simple. Five questions. Five minutes or less.

5in5 Episode 2 with DJ Waldow (@djwaldow)

5in5 is a new video interview series to ask smart people five questions in less than five minutes. It gives me the opportunity to learn about them and get answers to tough questions in a short amount of time.

Why the name 5in5?
Simple. Five questions. Five minutes or less.

5in5 Episode 1 with Scott Stratten (@unmarketing)

5in5 is a new video interview series I’m launching to ask smart people five questions in less than five minutes. It gives me the opportunity to learn about them and get answers to tough questions in a short amount of time.
Why the name 5in5?

Simple. Five questions. Five minutes or less.