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The Real Personal Branding podcast with Lauren V Davis is your VIP access to thought-leaders, speakers, authors, coaches and the secrets behind how they built their personal brand businesses.

I believe the transformation in your business starts with relationships and communication as the foundation of your personal brand.

I believe there is an un-escapable power in building a personal brand that shows up optimally for your people. It's an essential tool to your personal development and success of your business.

For entrepreneurs who want to build their audience and leadership, there is no better way than through building and marketing your relationship-driven personal brand.

This podcast will show you how.
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Kelly Baader was born in Taiwan and has relocated seven times in the last 17 years. Today, she resides in Switzerland and tells Lauren in this interview that she has a “messed-up” accent, but Kelly Baader’s accent is a big part of her story. Her unwillingness to concede to the limits and barriers put in front of her is motivating. She comes from a humble background and had to overcome insurmountable odds to achieve the success that she enjoys today.   Kelly Baader is a renowned digital sales and marketing strategist. She’s a mentor to emerging online entrepreneurs, author of an Amazon bestseller, founder of The Power of One Framework, and host of the “Christian CEO Podcast.” Previously, she was a senior executive of luxury global hotel groups and membership clubs and led thriving sales and marketing functions, becoming one of the top income earners before diving headfirst into entrepreneurship. Kelly Baader is now the CEO of her own company and on a mission to empower coaches and purpose-driven entrepreneurs to design profitable businesses that make impactful changes in the world.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   How Lauren met Kelly Baader and what they have in common. Her origin story and how she overcame the odds stacked against her to become the success she is today, and how you can overcome odds too. What Kelly Baader did to adapt her personal brand in 2020 to help entrepreneurs and high-achievers move through it. How you can use Kelly Baader’s The Power of One Framework and why it is the fastest way to master your focus, multiply your results, and gain an unfair advantage over your competitors. The biggest unexpected challenge she experienced over the last year and what she learned from it. The one common myth about being a personal brand entrepreneur that Kelly Baader wants to debunk.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Connect with Kelly Baader https://kellybaader.com https://www.instagram.com/kellybaader https://www.powerofoneframework.com
Today on The Real Personal Branding Podcast, Lauren welcomes guest Brooke Sellas. Brooke Sellas is the founder and CEO of B Squared Media, an award-winning, done-for-you social media management, advertising, and customer care agency. She’s also the co-host of the top-rated The Marketing Companion podcast with marketing legend Mark Schaefer. Her marketing mantra is, “Think conversation, not campaign,” which is all about social communication.   Brooke Sellas’s passion is social-first customer care, and in this episode, she shares with Lauren’s listeners what this means. They discuss what social listening means, how to proactively solve the needs of your audience instead of reacting, and how psychology plays a huge role in the decisions people make about supporting your brand.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   What Brooke Sellas’ company does and how she landed in her industry. Why you should be using social listening in your business and how it can help you gather social intelligence and join those conversations before a purchase occurs. Some simple ways you can begin using social listening in your business and what to do with that information. The biggest challenge small businesses are facing on social media and how Brooke Sellas is addressing it. How you can use the psychology of the online space to connect with your customers and where to draw the line. Why you should document everything and put processes in place for your business operation if you want to scale it. Her best practices for documenting your processes and how to apply them to your business. Why Brooke Sellas is excited about customer care and why it’s needed now more than ever.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia bit.ly/rpbpodcast   Connect with Brooke Sellas bsquared.media/ twitter.com/BrookeSellas instagram.com/brookesellas bsquared.media/customer-care-quiz
Mark Schaefer is a globally-recognized keynote speaker, educator, business consultant, and author. He’s built incredible momentum for his personal brand over a number of years. The world is noisy and can be overwhelming. How can entrepreneurs be heard and build momentum? Mark Schaefer will tell you where to start when you’re trying to find your advantage point and how to have more awareness about how random events in your life contribute to the bigger picture. He’s the author of nine bestselling, path-finding books. His blog and podcast, The Marketing Companion, is at the top of the charts in the marketing field. He’s worked in global sales, PR, and marketing positions for 30 years. Mark also has advanced degrees in marketing and organization development, holds seven patents, and is a faculty member of the graduate studies program at Rutgers University.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   About the last time Lauren and Mark Schaefer hung out face-to-face. How Mark Schaefer fell in love with marketing, began his career, and started his own business. Why you should never miss publishing your podcast episode and the biggest reasons to stay committed and consistent. How to Build Momentum in your business and how it can apply to every business. P.S. This is the idea behind Mark Schaefer’s new book! What entrepreneurs can do RIGHT NOW to pinpoint their personal advantage or overcome their self-limiting beliefs. How to come up with an idea relevant to our time. What Mark Schaefer wishes he had known during the process of writing his latest book. The people who have been impactful in Mark Schaefer’s life. What Mark Schaefer is researching right now.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Connect with Mark Schaefer businessesgrow.com
Krista Mashore has built an incredible personal brand in real estate, and Lauren welcomes her to the podcast for a conversation about financial-fitness and success. Krista also shares with Lauren how she became one of the highest performers in her industry by facing challenges head-on.   Krista is the author of four bestselling books focusing on digital marketing. She took her business from zero to $7.4 million in 25 months. Krista used online digital strategies to do this and is the recipient of prestigious awards in her industry.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   Krista’s background story and how she transitioned into real estate from a teaching career. Some pivotal moments that forced Krista to recalibrate her business strategy. The most important characteristics and skills required to move into coaching or teaching. How Krista branded herself to push her content out to her audience. Why you need a GPS (Goals, a Plan, & Support). What Krista does to stay on top of learning to remain at the top of her industry (learn, implement, master, repeat). Be an early adapter, an implementer, and get used to pivoting. Why the most important part of becoming successful is implementing--taking action quickly and being decisive. Done is better than perfect. Krista’s actionable tips for creating videos. (Commit to consistently producing content correctly so you can make a connection to convert more clients and customers.) Take perfectly imperfect action.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Connect with Krista Mashore https://kristamashore.com/tag/fired-up-podcast/ https://getkristasbook.com  https://kristamashore.com/clientconversion https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08GHCWZF4?fbclid=IwAR0P5EP8Ryi3Wa-1upPjb2LPrY-L3o5KW0SdK9rLHT-y54h6EE5cDgeiI_8  
Lauren welcomes Danny Ozment to the show. Danny is the founder of Emerald City Productions in Florida, which is a podcast production company that has produced many of the top business podcasts in the world.   To Sign Up for More Info on Lauren and Danny's Upcoming Collaboration: https://lauren-davis-creative.ck.page/f5ffd78e5c   He built a lucrative and successful personal brand on the platform of podcast production. Danny and Lauren have known each other a few years, so she’s been able to see Danny’s business from an angle of a three-year period blossom into 2021.   One of the things Lauren loves about Danny is that he’s a straight shooter and doesn’t sugar-coat anything.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   How Danny pivoted to podcasting as an audio engineer when a life event forced him to figure out how to work from home. The importance of podcast audio quality in addition to its content. What makes podcasting such a powerful medium and how it developed. Why having only 50 or 100 downloads each week does not mean it’s unsuccessful. How a podcast is a part of your content strategy and can be repurposed in multiple ways. What Danny does to connect with podcast listeners and how to encourage interaction and engagement with them. Treat the podcast like you’re having a conversation with someone. Three ways to monetize your podcast. Why a host’s authenticity resonates with podcast listeners more than content topics and creates a community. The most common podcasting myth debunked.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Connect with Danny Ozment: http://dannyozment.com https://dannyozment.com/11-ways-to-monetize-your-podcast/ instagram.com/dannyozment  
Amira Alvarez is the founder and CEO of the global coaching company The Unstoppable Woman helping empire-builders, entrepreneurs, and altogether rising stars in all of the fields achieve their goals and dreams faster than they ever thought possible. Amira recently made a quantum leap from making barely six figures a year to $700,000 in one year and then on to seven figures. She knows exactly what tactical strategies and mindset shifts are required to get out of your own way, live life on your own terms, and master the art of achieving any goal you set your mind to.   What mindset shifts would it take to move through sales blocks? How do you get over the fear of being sales-y? Amira Alvarez walks us through the framework of the specific questions to ask to consistently make high-integrity, high-ticket sales.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   The process that led Amira Alvarez to where she is today as a seven-figure entrepreneur. Why you can’t scale the growth of a business by just working harder. Amira Alvarez’s method for selling your product with conversation and solutions instead of a sales pitch. How to evaluate your business and sales goals and whether you’re selling the way you should be to meet those goals. What do you want? What’s important to you about having that? What’s stopping you? What happens if it stays like this? What happens if you don’t solve this? Are you committed to solving it? Would you like to hear how I can help you? Would you like to get started today? Her seven questions for seven-figure sales and how you can apply them to your business right now. Why you need to learn how to be a quick decider and how it can change your business. What Amira Alvarez is curious about in her industry right now. Her upcoming Unstoppable Woman summit and how it can help you make a quantum leap.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Your $97 Ticket to Amira's Unstoppable Woman Summit: www.theunstoppablewoman.com/ldaviscreative
  Lauren V. Davis is passionate about helping entrepreneurs discover their voice, define their goals, and increase their visibility online so they can build a magnetic business that makes them money and serves them with joy and purpose.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   The questions your personal brand should answer when people see it online. Why authenticity should shine through your personal brand. How you can increase your online presence, influence and brand. Why a logo isn’t the best photo for your online accounts and what you should use instead if you are building your personal brand. What your bio means to your online audience and why consistency is vital. How rogue accounts can sabotage your personal brand. Why you should use Google alerts to alert you when your name or business name is published.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia
Trish Taylor spent the early days of her career styling behind the scenes for artists like Ariana Grande on the Grammys, the VMAs, Golden Globes, and more. Lauren and Trish Taylor just met, so you’ll hear two people getting to know one another as they talk about intuitive style, Trish Taylor’s three style tips, and why following your intuition can be revolutionary.   Trish Taylor is a stylist, a brand embodiment coach, who’s committed to helping heart-centered, online entrepreneurs align their outside with their inside so they can start magnetizing content and feel worthy of their expertise. She leverages her unique experiences as a celebrity stylist and as a counselor to empower and equip purpose-driven entrepreneurs and mindful course creators with the mindset shifts and stylish tools they need to step into the most confident version of themselves.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   How Trish Taylor’s background as a small-town girl with an interest in fashion turned her into a celebrity stylist and successful entrepreneur. What the term “intuitive style” means and how she uses it to guide her clients to confidence. How do you want to be seen? What feels good on you? Trish Taylor’s three style tips you MUST use. Why the word “flattering” has a negative connotation and what phrase she uses instead. What human design is and how it affected her life as a projector. How Trish Taylor infuses the five love languages into fashion and visibility. Why following her intuition and learning from others without attachment has been revolutionary for her business. Why entrepreneurs must cultivate an awareness of body, mind, and brand before putting themselves out there. Trish Taylor’s assessment quiz and its dead-on accuracy. Her biggest business surprise in the last few months and what she learned from it.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Connect with Trish Taylor instagram.com/trishtaylor.co/ trishtaylor.co/quiz
In this episode, Lauren shares her number one tip for increasing Instagram followers ... some action steps on how to increase your visibility, and you’re going to want to hear this episode.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   How to build your followers and audience organically. How social media connections become your conversions. There is no point in having tons of followers if they are not connected to you, if they’re not engaged with you, and if they’re not excited to hear from you when you post or create a story. The most successful personal brands know their followers and know what their followers want from them. That followers want to see the real you behind the scenes and be a part of the creative journey of your personal brand. Your job is to figure out what your inherent magic is that makes you who you are. How to diagram what your followers and fans want. Where to find Lauren’s 100 high-quality content prompts to create engaging content--for free.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia https://bit.ly/ldc100promptsforsm  
Lauren speaks to Phil Mershon, Director of Events, and co-founding team member of the Social Marketing World conference in San Diego California. Phil is a thought-leader, and has built his personal brand in digital marketing. In this episode, he shares some of his secrets for creating a memorable social media conference.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   Phil’s business background and how music and digital marketing have intentional congruence in Phil’s life. How the Social Media Marketing World conference got started. How he locates speakers for the conference and how speakers can set themselves up for success to be invited to a large conference like Phil’s. Why accessibility helps create unforgettable experiences and what Phil does to encourage accessibility to speakers. Lauren shares a memorable story about an experience at Phil’s conference that made her feel cared for. Tips for event staff and why Phil empowers his event staff to step in when needed to make attendees and speakers have an unforgettable experience. What Phil Mershon does leading up to an event to prepare and show up for himself and others. The event that most recently made a big impact on him. How Phil thinks live events will change after COVID-19.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Connect with Phil Mershon Instagram.com/phil_mershon twitter.com/phil_mershon
Lauren has been blessed to have been interviewed on multiple platforms over the years, and she has a few tips to share that she coaches her clients with pre-interview.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   Why you want to make a splash with even the smallest media appearance. How using behind-the-scenes content can be gold. Why it is so important to send a thank you to the interviewer and thank them in your social media content. How to build up the interview on social media before and after it happened. What it means to prepare your soundbites and end them with a period. Why you should always act more excited and be louder than you think you need to be. How far showing up and appreciating 150% can go.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Grab my friend Selena Soo's list of 200+ media outlets you can pitch to Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia
Happy International Women's Week! This is the FINAL episode of this 4-part series! Did you listen to all of them? Let me know! These special Impactful Women episodes are dedicated to my friend Alicia Neubauer who passed away last April from Metastatic Breast Cancer.   In these interviews, I spoke to nearly 50 women about their stories and experiences, their limiting beliefs, their advice for their younger selves, advice for future generations, and how they believe women are changing the world.    You’ll hear from entrepreneurs, surgeons, psychologists, mothers, authors, survivors, and everyone in between. Women who have overcome insurmountable challenges and lived and loved through it all.   Stories of hope and happiness and show how strong humans are. How resilient we are.   It’s important to know in real life, not all people share the same experiences and opinions. So not all of the stories share my same opinions. Some interviews are longer, some are shorter.   No particular reason besides time restraints but I encourage you to find these guests after the show HERE in this download with ALL of the guests and their info.  http://bit.ly/impactfulwomenepisode IMPORTANT: To donate to the same Breast Cancer Research Alicia continued to raise money for, go to this link and select "More for Stage IV" GIVE HERE This is one of the places researching Stage 4 Cancer (the least researched of all Breast Cancer because of how terminal it is) Enjoy the show!   
This is the third episode of a 4-part Special One-Time Series dedicated to my friend Alicia Neubauer who passed away last April from Metastatic Breast Cancer.   In the half a decade I knew Alicia, she championed many causes, but one of them was helping women, and particularly female entrepreneurs feel heard.   In these interviews, I spoke to nearly 50 women about their stories and experiences, their limiting beliefs, their advice for their younger selves, advice for future generations, and how they believe women are changing the world.  Some are coaches, some entrepreneurs, some moms, some personal brands, some faith leaders, surgeons, authors and more!   They are not sad stories. They are stories of hope and happiness and they show how strong humans are. How resilient we are and I feel like I got a Master's degree in leadership through these interviews.    It’s important to know in real life, not all people share the same experiences and opinions. So not all of the stories share my same opinions. Some interviews are longer, some are shorter. No particular reason besides time restraints but I encourage you to find these guests after the show HERE in this download with ALL of the guests and their info.  http://bit.ly/impactfulwomenepisode IMPORTANT: To donate to the same Breast Cancer Research Alicia continued to raise money for, go to this link and select "More for Stage IV" GIVE HERE This is one of the places researching Stage 4 Cancer (the least researched of all Breast Cancer because of how terminal it is) Enjoy the show!   
This is the second episode of a 4-part Special One-Time Series dedicated to my friend Alicia Neubauer who passed away last April from Metastatic Breast Cancer.   In the half a decade I knew Alicia, she championed many causes, but one of them was helping women everywhere feel heard.   In these interviews, I spoke to nearly 50 women about their stories and experiences, their limiting beliefs, their advice for their younger selves, advice for future generations, and how they believe women are changing the world.    They are not sad stories. They are stories of hope and happiness and they show how strong humans are. How resilient we are and I feel like I got a Master's degree in being leadership through these interviews.    It’s important to know in real life, not all people share the same experiences and opinions. So not all of the stories share my same opinions. Some interviews are longer, some are shorter. No particular reason besides time restraints but I encourage you to find these guests after the show HERE in this download with ALL of the guests and their info.  http://bit.ly/impactfulwomenepisode IMPORTANT: To donate to the same Breast Cancer Research Alicia continued to raise money for, go to this link and select "More for Stage IV" GIVE HERE This is one of the places researching Stage 4 Cancer (the least researched of all Breast Cancer because of how terminal it is) Enjoy the show!   
This episode marks the beginning of a 4-part Special One-Time Series dedicated to my friend Alicia Neubauer who passed away last April from Metastatic Breast Cancer.   In the half a decade I knew Alicia, she championed many causes, but one of them was helping women everywhere feel heard.   In these interviews, I spoke to nearly 50 women about their stories and experiences, their limiting beliefs, their advice for their younger selves, advice for future generations, and how they believe women are changing the world.    They are not sad stories. They are stories of hope and happiness and they show how strong humans are. How resilient we are and I feel like I got a Master's degree in being leadership through these interviews.    It’s important to know in real life, not all people share the same experiences and opinions. So not all of the stories share my same opinions. Some interviews are longer, some are shorter. No particular reason besides time restraints but I encourage you to find these guests after the show HERE in this download with ALL of the guests and their info.  http://bit.ly/impactfulwomenepisode IMPORTANT: To donate to the same Breast Cancer Research Alicia continued to raise money for, go to this link and select "More for Stage IV" GIVE HERE This is one of the places researching Stage 4 Cancer (the least researched of all Breast Cancer because of how terminal it is) Enjoy the show!   
Lauren’s guest on this episode is Kate Erickson.   Kate has created a well-known personal brand business as the co-author of a transformative journal and community, being a genius systems and workflow expert, a podcaster, and through her and John Lee Dumas’, life-changing, high-end live mastermind weekends.   Kate is the engine at Entrepreneurs on Fire, an award-winning podcast where John Lee Dumas interviews inspiring entrepreneurs who are truly on fire. She also hosts the podcast Ditch Busy and is the co-author of the podcast journal Idea to Launch in 50 Days. Kate shared her event workflow template with us HERE: http://bit.ly/katesworkflow   In this episode, you’ll hear:   How Lauren and Kate met. Kate’s background and why she pursued entrepreneurship and failed at her first attempt at owning a business. How John Lee Dumas and Kate Erickson started a thriving business. The types of events Kate hosts. How the mastermind events Kate & JLD host are brainstormed. How she creates a sense of intimacy with her mastermind weekends. Kate’s workflow process and why she doesn’t hire an event planner. What she does to maximize productivity at her mastermind events. Some important lessons she’s learned from producing these events. What Kate does to prepare for her events before they occur. Why it’s so important for people to have in-person experiences together.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Connect with Kate Erickson: Instagram.com/katelerickson eofire.com  
In Lauren’s latest solo episode, she outlines how she was invited to speak on stages, summits, podcast interviews, and masterclasses. Initially, it was a goal … and then she got to work on making it happen.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   Where some of Lauren’s most recent appearances were and who they were with. How Lauren gets in front of audiences without losing sight of who she is and how she does things. Make friends without expectations. Real relationships cannot be forced. Why you should create relationships that are aligned with you and aligned with your values. Lauren created these genuine friendships and business relationships with people she actually cared about. How she showed gratitude online and developed relationships as a peer.  Why she took photos of speakers on stage and sent them to those speakers with no strings attached. How Lauren networked at every networking event she could just to be familiar to people. Why you should never underestimate people and their relationship with their audience. The power that comes from writing down a goal and telling people about it. Make the goal tangible. Slip your goal into conversations with people you trust without expectation and with confidence. What you can do to make yourself recommendable.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia
Lauren welcomes her friend Travis Chappell, who is the founder of Guestio, new software that connects high-level guests with high-level content creators.   Travis is also the host of the top-rated show, Build Your Network. In addition to being featured in Entrepreneur, NASDAQ, Yahoo! Finance, and ReadWrite, Travis has also been featured in Forbes as a Top 10 podcast that will change your life alongside Joe Rogan, Gary Vaynerchuk, Tim Ferriss, and others.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   How Travis met Lauren. Travis shares the details of his Build Your Network Live conference and who the event was built for. Why the event was live versus virtual. How Travis created intentional opportunities for people to connect with one another at his event. How his Facebook group community has fed the success of his brand. Automation sometimes creates fake relationships rather than authentic ones, and providing opportunities for real relationships helps breed success. What Travis believes creates monetization when it comes to events. How Travis’ online community ties into his live events. Why starting with a podcast can lead to building an incredible audience. Setting goals that are astronomically high vs setting a realistic goal that you can push to achieve. How having personal relationships with his event’s speakers enabled him to ask them to speak. Travis shares the number one lesson he learned from putting on a live event. What the future of Build Your Network Live is.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Connect with Travis Chappell travischappell.com
  In this episode, Lauren welcomes Reggie Rivers, who built his personal brand on the platform of fundraising.   After a career in the NFL and journalism, Reggie decided his passion was helping purposeful organizations raise money. Reggie is a former NFL running back who played six seasons for the Denver Broncos. Later, he discovered his true love in life: serving as an auctioneer at charity galas to help nonprofits achieve their fundraising goals.   He created The Gala Team, The Virtual Gala Team, and Auction Fundraising Academy out of his love for nonprofit fundraising success and continues to grow the impact these businesses have on the community year after year, one event at a time.   In this episode, you’ll hear: How Lauren and Reggie Rivers were introduced. His NFL football and journalism background. How The Gala Team was founded. The psychology of creating team-mentality with your audience. The way Reggie trains his auctioneers to make people feel like they’re working as a team for a great cause. What Reggie did to rapidly change gears in order to continue fundraising auctions during an ongoing pandemic. How to create an event that doesn’t look like a typical virtual event and make your fundraising events stand out. Why most nonprofits can benefit from virtual events. What makes perfectionism a killer when it comes to planning. How Reggie is addressing the pandemic during his virtual events. The two tips Reggie would give to struggling nonprofits.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Connect with Reggie Rivers thegalateam.com
This is a follow-up episode with Chris Ducker, the UK’s leading personal brand entrepreneur. He’s created the UK’s biggest and best personal branding conference.   Chris is a serial entrepreneur and the author of the book Virtual Freedom and more recently, the book The Rise of the Youpreneur. He’s based in England and owns and operates several businesses with over 400 full-time employees internationally. Chris is a business mentor, a keynote speaker, podcaster, blogger, as well as founder of Youpreneur.com and the annual Youpreneur Summit, which is held in London, UK each November.   This is part two of a two-part series with Chris. If you haven’t heard part one, you can listen here.   In this episode, you’ll hear:   How Chris had to pivot when his biggest excitement--the Youpreneur Summit--could not be held as originally planned. Why the event was almost canceled and then went virtual. What happened when sales for the virtual conference didn’t justify continuing on. How the Youpreneur Summit being canceled, allowed Chris time to focus. How adaptability and business acumen contributed to making a painful--but correct--decisions. What piece of advice Chris would offer to help people think about the future.   Connect with Lauren V. Davis here: Instagram.com/Ldaviscreative https://www.facebook.com/groups/understandsocialmedia Connect with Chris Ducker https://youpreneur.com/ https://www.youtube.com/user/chrisducker
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Jeffrey Jackomin

just finished listening to your interview on Paul Klein's podcast. Looking forward gaining great insights from you.

Mar 14th
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