New Podcast: Marketing Success and Self-Awareness

Avoiding the temptation to DO more.

I recently joined Steve Caldwell on his podcast, Manager Mojo. We focused on how marketers can design a new future for customers and teams, and where they get stuck. My basic message: it’s not about doing more; it’s about being more. And that requires us to develop a strong sense of self-awareness and conscious behavior.

Intentionality is key–yet too many marketers fail to design their own future. Listen in to our conversation here . You will discover how you can develop critical self-awareness skills to truly connect with your audience and be more effective in your daily life.

We also cover these topics:

    • The dangers of ageism and “millennial madness”
    • How to be proactive with your top customers
    • The 3 “time buckets” that marketing leaders can choose
    • The sobering percentage of time that most leaders spend on designing the future
    • How the CMO of TripAdvisor creates mindful and effective meetings
    • The first step to becoming a mindful marketer

Listen in and let me know how you cultivate self-awareness to improve your marketing leadership abilities.  Post in the COMMENTS section below.

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