Joe Pulizzi, founder of the Content Marketing Institute and Content Marketing World and affectionately known as “The Godfather of Content Marketing,” joins the show to discuss his career and the transition to writing his new thriller novel, The Will to Die.
Quentin “Q” Allums, CEO of Urban Misfit Ventures, joins the podcast to discuss how viewing himself as a misfit helped build his powerhouse personal brand.
As we approach the five year anniversary of Content Warfare, I’ve added insights looking back at the experience. Most notably all the mistakes I made.
Creative entrepreneur, Steve Babcock, stops by the show to discuss his move to away from VaynerMedia to open his own agency Made In-House, helping organizations generate more creativity from within.
The purpose of today’s episode is explain why I believe leaders must create, have to create, it’s an obligation. It’s part of their job to create. What’s up guys? Coming at you here from what is probably a fairly echoey room at the Troy Innovation Garage in Troy, New York. One of my favorite places […]
If your team is boring, it’s most likely your fault. What’s up, guys? Welcome to another episode of the vlog. Today we’re going to talk about creativity and why I think it is easily one of the most misunderstood aspects of leadership. Creativity can be cultivated in our people. It can be brought out of […]