I read over 270 marketing job descriptions, found 5 repeated qualifications, and matched them with free certifications from thought leaders like Wharton Business School to give you no buts from getting the role you've always wanted.
How do you blast past 1 million others who are trying to be an expert, thought leader, or influencer in the same field?
The answer lies closer than you think.
How do you keep your customer engaged?
The answer lies in providing more value to others than anyone else possibly can.
Learn how select, world-class influencers have successfully built trusted relationships with millions of customers.
Anyone can show up to work; not everyone can perform.
As much as we emphasize "delivery," team's often forget about the most important element of every role: performance. So where do you start and what do you measure? Get ready to find out.
Ever wanted to go to a conference but didn't know which one to pick? There are thousands of conferences a year in America alone and each one can market themselves to seem like the greatest conference to rule them all.
I've dug through 20+ marketing conferences to pick out the top 3, based on 3 metrics: relevancy, speaker quality, and location.
It's all around us but we rarely call it out: persuasion.
The concept of influence can be distilled to 6 actionable principles that you can immediately start using in a resource-strapped startup.
If you Google'd your name right now, what comes up?
Dozens of other people who share your name? A photographer in NYC slanging his services? A rancher in Omaha promoting single-sourced sirloin steaks? Weird…Where do you fall?
Learn 3 low cost hacks to make sure your brand is top of mind for when someone Google's you.
We all know the feeling: having big ambitions but quickly falling prey to the busy person's dilemma: no time. Well, consider this crazy busy nut cracked.
Whether you're a startup founder, old hat marketer, or sales wiz, you'll find out very quickly how SQL can save you 100's of hours of work and dozens of "help me!" conversations with analysts.
Obsession pays: after 1,460 days, 500 Uber Eats deliveries, 160+ applications, ~63 rejection letters, and 4 offers, I signed a piece of paper that would set in motion my first full-time role in 4 years.