We explore the parallels between great movie speeches and how to be a leader in your marketing. We cover the relationship between you, the marketer, and your audience, how to pitch yourself as a podcast guest, and the importance of your one thing.
TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:
- The great response I got from the episode on showmanship
- Using great movie speeches as inspiration for marketing lessons
- My rant on awful podcast pitches–and how I’m going to be stronger in my response from here on out
- Why strength in marketing means you need to be really clear on the one thing you’re so good at, you can’t help but help others
“A friend who bullies us is no longer a friend. And since bullies only respond to strength, from now onward I will be prepared to be much stronger.” – Love Actually
“We can lose sight of our one thing ’cause we’re so busy doing all the marketing things, we forgot to do our jobs. Well, that ends right now.” – @britneygardner
“Strength in marketing means you’re so clear on the one thing you do, the thing that lights you up, you can’t NOT help others.” – @britneygardner
“It’s always about adding value. How can you add value to my audience so the 20, 30 minutes they spend with you help them grow?” – @britneygardner
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Music by Michael De La Torre. Thanks, Mikey!