Episode 106 of Delivering Marketing Joy

This week in Episode 106 of Delivering Marketing Joy!, we have decided to add several clips together from previous DMJ episodes. This week’s clip combines several random clips that we thought were noteworthy. Let us reach you through these great selections that might address some of your questions about different aspects of the business world. Seth Godin encouraged everyone to check out his short blog on the subject of Heroes and Mentors. After understanding and separating the aspects of the two, Seth pointed out that it is key to have a certain amount of both in life.  Everyone needs to have strong mentors and heroes, as each one holds specific purpose in the development of growing individuals. Seth also encourages us with the assertion, “Decide to be Fantastic!” This concept opens up additional notions of how we control our moods. Don’t let the trials of today keep you from the joys of tomorrow! Dave Ribble takes a different angle on networking. He discusses on how he reaches out to people and how this differs from the conventional methods he was taught. Jeff Haden declares that a little bit everyday moves the meter. He shares different ways he has intentionally reached out to people in the past. These are all professionals in their fields, so take the time to listen to what advice they have to give! Want to keep up all the time?  Make sure to join our VIP List!  Our VIP’s get an email with the latest content…and other special offers as well.  Join here.

Written by: Kirby Hasseman

Kirby Hasseman is the CEO of Hasseman Marketing & Communications. Kirby hosts a weekly Web show called Delivering Marketing Joy where he interviews business leaders from around the country. Kirby has published four books. His most recent is “Fan of Happy.” His book, called "Delivering Marketing Joy" is about doing “promo right” and is perfect for people in the industry and customers. He also wrote “Think Big For Small Business” and “Give Your Way to Success. All are available on Amazon.