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Dorie Clark is a strategy consultant and professional speaker who has worked with clients including Google, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, and the World Bank. She is a regular contributor to Forbes and the Harvard Business Review, and the author ofReinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future and the forthcoming Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It.

Talking about reinvention, mentorship and building a following

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Reinventing Your Personal Brand by Dorie Clark

Dorie shares her thoughts about changing your job or career and repositioning yourself.

She sold her bicycle on Craigslist to a copy editor at Harvard Business Review. This led to her opportunity to write for HBR, but she had to ask.

My interview with Jason Saddler about fear of asking.

 

When reinventing yourself be clear on your own narrative. Take control of it. Highlight the strengths you gained previously and how they will provide value in your new position.

Dorie shares some personal pitch tips.

How to find mentors.

Try to build a mentor board of directors. Find people with areas of specialty that can help you specifically.

Talking about Stand Out.

How to become recognized as a true expert in your field.

Become a connector and organize an event. Check out Robbie Samuels’ Socializing For Justice.

Dorie recommends Contactually as a great CRM tool to manage your relationships (so do I).

Make it easy for people to connect and find each other at events. Use name tags with “I’m looking for…” for attendees to fill in the blank.

My interview with Contactually’s Zvi Band.

Content creation and inbound marketing is important.

Wait for seeds to sprout.

It’s 100,000 times more powerful for people to come to you, than for you to come to them with hat in hand.

Read a bunch of things and become knowledgable enough to write about it. You can also do interviews about the topic and write about those. Do it in a way that adds something new to the dialogue.

Your network will build itself, once you’ve built the content that shows people you are worth it.

The first step is to start with your own blog, “establish clips”.

Start by creating your own blog. Here’s my ten minute tutorial.

Use the ladder strategy to move up to better publications.

Pre-order Stand Out today.

App Recommendation: TripIt Pro
Book Recommendation: Turkey – Bright Sun, Strong Tea : On the Road with a Travel Writerby Tom Brosnahan.
Contact Dorie: at DorieClark.com

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Interview with Guy Kawasaki on NBN RadioGuy Kawasaki is the chief evangelist ofCanva, an online graphic design tool. He was an advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google and the chief evangelist of Apple. Guy is also the author of APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us,Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and ActionsThe Art of the Start and eight other books. His latest book is, The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users, which he co-wrote with Peg Fizpatrick.

Talking about social media, event management and publishing

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Guy Kawasaki begins by talking about his work with Canva.

Peg Fitzpatrick and Guy are like characters from “24”.

The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users

Self-proclaimed social media experts.

Check LinkedIn Recommendations and Twitter Lists of social media consultants before engaging (or ask me).

Guy speaks 50 – 75 times a year.

We discuss the need for an assigned person to run social media at conferences and events.

A big mistake is not posting enough to social media.

If you’re not pissing off a few people on social media, you’re just not using it right.

My CRM tool is “work your ass off.”

Guy uses social media as a marketing tool. He’s not using it to make friends.

 

guy kawasaki interview on NBN Radio with Dave DelaneyGuy would start networking again by using LinkedIn and Slideshare.

People (more or less) have to be who they say they are on LinkedIn. It’s a much more serious network.

Google+ is a fantastic place.

Calvin Lee @mahemstudiosused Twitter to network his way to Guy Kawasaki (the story is in my book)

It’s not how you get in (to a job) it’s what you do once you’re in.

In technology it doesn’t matter where (your position) you get in.

People (in Silicon Valley) do not care about your background.

Enchanting people requires that you are likabletrustworthy and competent. How you communicate that has radically changed because of social media.

The importance of a smile.

We talk about writing and traditional versus self publishing.

The hard part about writing a book is not the writing, but the marketing.

Check out The Art of the Start 2.0 coming out in March.

App Recommendation: Boxer (the best email client iOS)
Book Recommendation: The Martian  by Andy Weir.

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Chris Pirillo is a technology leader, YouTube celebrity, conference organizer (Gnomedex and Vlogger Fair) and a leader in developing online communities. He's worked with brands like Google, Intel, Microsoft and Staples. 

Talking about developing online communities, vlogging, YouTube tips and cyberbullying.

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Vlogger Fair, video blogging conference.

Becoming a first time dad.

Follow young, Jedi’s Twitter account.

On creating content online on behalf of your child.

1,000 days of vlogging! 

Modern parenting tips and cyberbullying. Learn more and how to help stop cyberbullying at stopbullying.gov/cyberbullying/

How Chris has used YouTube to build his network.

Chris uses Patreon to have his community help support and fund his show.

Chris wakes up with a camera in his hand every day.

[Tweet "Technology is a series of tools. @chrispirillo #nbnradio"]

How Facebook will treat video producers is unknown.

Chris Pirillo interview on NBN Radio podcastChris’ plan to produce a cross-platform app, so he can control his content and distribution.

Everything old is new again.

Blogging had it’s time. Chris wonders if we value the written word like we once did.

Dealing with trolls.

[Tweet " If you don’t respect yourself, you can’t respect somebody else. @chrispirillo #nbnradio"]

On plans to reboot Gnomedex.

My interview with Ronni Bennett.

Choose Yourself! by James Altucher.

App Recommendation: Crossy Road
Book Recommendation: SPACE WARS COMICS: Issue #1 - Green Terror by Steve Carol and Noah Flynn.
Contact: @chrispirillo on YouTube.

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Steve Sisler interviewSteve Sisler is a keynote speaker, master personality profiler, and the author of seven books including the upcoming Eros Prism.

Talking about personality assessments, changing careers and networking

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Behavioral analysis. Four temperaments: Mad, Glad, Sad, Scared.

Steve talks about our six part decision making pattern.

Myers Briggs encompasses how people think internally about the world around them.

DISC assessments tell you how people will do things.

How online personality assessments stop short after you get your results.

There are two types of people:
obtainers who are more aggressive and outward focused.
maintainers who maintain order and are more laid back and passive.

Me-me conflicts. I don’t get in the car unless I’m driving it.

When it comes to networking and our behaviors, they can work for us always, but they can work against us if we have desires that are not in sync with the behaviors that we possess.

Steve was a housepainter for 18 years. During this time, he would spend hours helping the homeowners with their businesses and personal problems.

He wasn’t doing what he is, he was doing what he could to earn money.

His wife told him he needs to get paid to talk to people.

Steve went through the process to master personality analysis and trained with a mentor. He is the most successful student with clients in over eighteen countries.

He discovered his niche at 38 years old.

Steve provides advice for people who are making a career change.

Statically, people change careers three times on average in America.

Sit and think about what you’re doing and what it is you want to do. Keep your ears open for the door of opportunity to knock.

Never leave on a negative.

Take baby steps.

You only have one go of it. Don’t sit on your deathbed with a bunch of shoulda, coulda, wouldas.

We become what we think we need to be in order to be successful in front of other human beings.

Religion and human interactivity. Do we perform for the gods or for others?

Steve shares thoughts on self-publishing.

[Tweet ""What’s pushing me is potential." @stevesisler"]

App Recommendation: VCITA Drive More Business, Deliver Amazing Service Through Web, Mobile, Email & Social.
Book Recommendation:A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: What I Learned While Editing My Life by Donald Miller.
Contact Steve: SteveSisler.com

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