Episode 863 – How Can a Golf Swing Help You Build a Marketing SYS-TEM?

Construction background How often do you find yourself getting ads for something that you just searched for? It can be both creepy and annoying. I went to a local golf shop to have some clubs regripped. While I was waiting I was shown an area where they will evaluate your swing and give you a…

Episode 861 – Stick a Pin in Your Vision Board… So What’s the Point?

If you want to build a successful business, you have to stay top of mind, provide value, and continue to learn, grow and change. What follows are three experiences I had in the last week or so that will help me make that point! My friend and associate, Chuck Hester, has a habit that I…

Episode 850 – Best Of – Dealing With Change And Becoming Undisruptable with Aidan McCullen

Deb Krier is a LinkedIn Strategist, social media advisor, and professional speaker. For more than 10 years, she has work with professionals to optimize their use of LinkedIn. As the founder of Wise Women Communications, a full-service marketing agency, she sees LinkedIn as a vital marketing tool for professionals at any level.
Throughout her career, Deb has worked with corporations and nonprofit organizations developing and maximizing their marketing and public relations efforts. But, senior executives often don’t see themselves as something that needs marketed. Drawing on her experience in working for small businesses, one of the largest corporations in the world, the nonprofit realm and as an entrepreneur, she demonstrates how LinkedIn is a strategic tool that enables everyone to improve their business, whether large or small, and create an impressive personal brand.
With more than 20 years of experience, Deb has a Master’s Degree in Marketing as well as a Master’s Degree in Communication Management. She has the experience and knowledge to help busy executives make an impact with their LinkedIn Profiles.

Episode 842 – Best Of – The Emergence Of Tribalism In Social Media with Brian Kinghorn

Brian E. Kinghorn, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundations at Marshall University. He earned his doctorate in educational psychology and educational technology at Michigan State University. Dr. Kinghorn teaches courses in Educational Psychology, Human Development, Elementary Science, and the Psychology of Social Media. His writing and research interests include learning from…

Episode 833 – The 5 Types of Golfers (What They Can Tell You About Your Business Style)

Golf is a fairly simple game. You hit a little white (or colored in my case) ball from a tee to a cup in the grass. It’s meant to be done in 3, 4, or 5 touches of the ball. Many people think it’s a competitive sport, but in reality, I have found that it’s…

Episode 832 – Best Of – Creating Content Art – Interviews with 6 Content Creation Specialists

Writer Jennifer Capler – The DM Woman Life & Leadership | Empowering Effective Leaders | Leadership Researcher & Speaker | Published Researcher & Author | Doctor of Management | Certified NLP Master Coach & Trainer Photographer John Tulipano – JLT Photography Helping business professionals, create professional images, through quality photographic services Audio Brian Basilico -…

Episode 831 – Looking Back & Forth… What Are You Thankful For?

Every year, around the 3rd to 4th week of November, until the 1st week of January, business starts to slow down (unless you are in retail). We start to reflect on the previous months of the year. It’s also a time to look forward to what’s next. I can tell you as you get older…

Episode 830 – The Limitless Value Of Creativity with Blamah Sarnor

I am the CEO and Founder of Web Collaborative, a full-service digital creative agency. We pride ourselves on producing high-quality work that authentically communicates the value and story of our clients. In short, staying true to their “Digital DNA” so that they are successful for the long haul. Our vision is to empower and inform…

Episode 821 – Well Would You Look At That? Lessons Learned from Lifelong Learning

You have undoubtedly heard the saying that “You can’t teach an old dog, new tricks?” It is true that younger minds are more open to new concepts and more pliable. But that does not mean that older minds have to be ridged. As a matter of fact, minds are amazing things. The more you stimulate…

Episode 813 – Name That Tune – Has Your Brand Voice Evolved With Your Business?

Yesterday, I when to the Digital Summit in Raleigh, where I helped out with the AMA Triangle booth (American Marketing Association – Raleigh chapter)\. It was a great day filled with meeting new people, and I found some time to catch a few partial sessions. One of the sessions talked about your brand and asked…