Panel interview with Tamsen Webster, Felicia Slattery and Kathy Klotz-Guest. Some of the questions and topics covered: Why do humans love and need stories? What do we mean by story in business? What’s missing from non-story marketing/advertising? Which elements of story are we talking about? Hero? Character arc? Conflict? Good guys and bad guys? How do […]
Viveka took time out from living in the Matrix to speak to me about LinkedIn. It was fun and we talked about some super cool tips for LinkedIn marketing. Viveka is the author of best-selling: LinkedIn Marketing: An Hour a Day & contributing author (expert) to The Sophisticated Marketer’s Guide to LinkedIn. She helps entrepreneurs, […]
Interview with professor James Barry (who I like to call Jimmy Mneumonic) on the topic of humor and content marketing.
Two Facebook advertising experts discuss advertising vs marketing and paid vs organic. Why is advertising ok, and why is Facebook advertising so great?
Probably the most ADD interview ever… I talked to Joel Comm about the newest edition of his bestselling Twitter Power book.
Twitter and LinkedIn lead generation techniques with Dave Schneider of Ninja Outreach
I spoke with Bryan Kramer about his exciting new book, Shareology. We discussed topics including: The 6 Types Of Sharers How Emotions Play Into Sharing The Impact Of Sharing On Revenue What Makes Things Go Viral The Formula For Sharing You can pre-order Shareology here, and get access to his new Shareology Sharing Platform.
Guests Tamsen Webster, Felicia Slattery and Kathy Klotz-Guest discuss with Brian: how smart people sometimes screw up effective communication with jargon and other errors, and how they can communicate more effectively.
Three smartie-pants (Michael Margolis, Kathy Klotz-Guest and Brian Carter) discuss: How can you get further in your career? Do you have a mentor? Also, if you’re a consultants and coaches, how you can mentors heroes. Why might you not be able to reach people with the magical elixir you’ve discovered during your career adventure? Who should you take your […]
Just interviewed David Allen, author of Getting Things Done (2015 edition of book on amazon or barnes&noble | website) for my new podcast, Brian Carter’s Brain! We spoke about productivity, flow, creativity, inspiration and content marketing. Watch it here: