Thu, 25 October 2018
Josh Bernoff is a prolific blogger and the bestselling author of Writing Without Bullshit: Boost Your Career by Saying What You Mean. Frequently quoted in publications like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, Josh has keynoted major conferences on television, music, marketing, and technology. He also blogs every weekday at withoutbullshit.com, publishing commentary on writing, politics, health care, technology, and business strategy.
In this episode, Josh shares how to streamline your writing and get to the point before you lose readers. Listen in to hear his tips for creating more effective content, identifying and eliminating passive voice, and more.
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Thu, 18 October 2018
James Clear has been covered by USA Today, Forbes, Fast Company, Inc., and US News & World Report. He writes about psychology, habit formation, and peak performance at JamesClear.com, his personal website that sees a million visits per month. His articles also frequently appear in outlets like Time, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, Lifehacker, and The Next Web.
An author, entrepreneur, and photographer, James joins the show to share insights from his new book, Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones. Listen in to learn what it takes to form positive habits, how making small changes adds up over time, and how to set yourself up for success.
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Thu, 11 October 2018
Dr. Carl Marci is a lot of things: a medical doctor, an entrepreneur, and a pioneer in neuromarketing. Currently serving as Chief Neuroscientist of Nielsen Consumer Neuroscience, as well as a faculty member at Harvard Medical School, Carl travels around the world helping marketers and market researchers understand neuroscience, measuring engagement, and non-conscious processing in advertising.
He joins the podcast today to share the key lessons he’s learned over the years about what makes effective advertisements. Listen in to hear what almost half of an ad's sales performance can be attributed to, important differences in how people consume media on various devices, and what Carl says is the real challenge that marketers must overcome.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2OCH8IH
Thu, 4 October 2018
Today’s podcast is the second episode of our two-part series focused on The Persuasion Code, a new book co-authored by Christophe Morin and Patrick Renvoise. We're joined this time by Patrick, co-founder and Chief Neuromarketing Officer at SalesBrain. Along with Christophe, Patrick is also the co-author of what is likely the first book about neuroscience in marketing, Neuromarketing: Understanding the "Buy Button" in Your Customer's Brain.
Prior to co-founding SalesBrain, Patrick was in charge of business development at Silicon Graphics, and then at LinuxCare. He soon developed a fascination with the human brain and began investigating a scientific model to explain how people make buying decisions. Patrick spent two years researching and formalizing the first 100% science-based persuasion model called NeuroMAP™, a proprietary, award-winning methodology that has been used by over 6,000 companies worldwide.
In this episode, Patrick shares the major drivers of human behavior that all marketers should understand. Listen in to learn what's at the core of our decision-making, how to alleviate common pain points for customers, and what companies can do to ensure they're communicating their value propositions as effectively as possible.
You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2xF1x6p