We only work with clients who are as passionate and action-oriented as we are, we make modern marketing mindful, specialize in innovation marketing, and cultivate customer-centric thinking and self-reflection.
In the past 31 years of my career, I have deliberately avoided broadcasting and grandstanding when it came to social and political moments.
Now it’s different. America is burning, both figuratively and literally. Curfews are standard practice. The origin of “curfew” comes from the French word “couvre-feu.” This literally means cover fire.
And as a thought leader, adviser, coach, and the founder of several diverse professional communities, I can no longer cover the fire with politeness and positive thinking.
As marketers, we routinely obsess over the customer journey and how to measure “intent to purchase.” We know too that we do our best work when we’re facilitating micro conversions between a brand and a consumer that are naturally a good fit, rather than forcing a product on an exasperated audience.
We understand intuitively that relationship building, alignment, and value are essential to our vocation.
But how often do we truly lead with purpose and intention, rather than simply deploying tactics?
During this pandemic, my best clients are now completing their first round of scenario planning.
This is an essential process to help them determine financial alternatives and future resource requirements.
It also provides insight into what initiatives and offerings to keep, expand, or jettison.
Some of your more unfavorable scenarios suggest longer, more painful delays and streamlined operations. Scenario plans also might suggest that certain established offerings are no longer relevant to your customers.
This week on the podcast “Confessions of a Marketer,” Mark Reed-Edwards interviews Lisa on a timely topic, the key tenets of “Being a Mindful Marketer. ” They also talk about data and how to make your organization healthier and more sustainable. Click here to listen (skip to 2:14 to avoid ads).
Tune in for some of the podcast highlights:…
5:38 – Why connection is all that really matters.7:11 – What is mindful marketing?8:15 –