A Week of Marketing Joy

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“Wow,” I am hearing a lot right now.  “You do this every day?”

I started creating a podcast every business day at the beginning of 2016.  The goal of the Delivering Marketing Joy podcast is to provide a bit of inspiration and motivation each day to help you (and me) keep the hustle going.  However, if you are like me, then it’s hard to keep up.  So I put this weeks group of #MarketingJoy content in one place.  Enjoy.  (Oh, and if you like any of these, please share with friends).

Inspiring Events:  I recently attended the ICON conference in Phoenix.  The event is put on by Infusionsoft, which is a CRM and automation software designed for small businesses and entrepreneurs.  I love attending events like this because it helps me to re-charge and re-energize.  And frankly, just having the time to be out of the office for a bit of time gives me the chance to “work on” my business as opposed to “working in” my business.  Listen to the podcast here.

Multiplier Activities:  Probably one of the biggest lessons of the past few weeks is in this podcast.  We all are “busy.”  It’s an over-used word.  But I have been realizing that I need to focus on activities that help to amplify my effort.  I should not be working on “one time” activities.  I am not too good for them.  I have been doing them all along!  But they don’t help me “multiply” the business.  Listen to more on this podcast here.

Interview with Peg Fitzpatrick:  I really enjoyed this conversation with the author of “The Art of Social Media.”  Peg is a rock star in social media and blogging.  If you want to build a brand or an audience, listen to this interview today!  Oh…and watch the video of the interview on Youtube here.

Keep Going:  We all need to hear this message once in a while.  If you are working on a project, business or activity where you feel stuck (or you know someone who is) listen to this podcast. Keep going!  You will be glad you did!

Books I am Reading:  Some of you know that I read 50 books last year.  It felt like a lot at the time, but it was very powerful to me.  So I find myself still reading and listening to quite a few books.  Today I discuss why this matters, and a few books you should consider!  Listen to the podcast here.

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