For the first time in my life, instead of giving a welcome at church I had the honor of actually bringing the message. Pastor Allen Stocks and his leadership team at Tanglewood Church invited me to speak on Graduation Sunday. My message was entitled "Side to Side" which took some cues from the parable of the talents and the movie "Hitch".
Bryan is the former Editor of the Kinston Free Press, has written for multiple national news outlets, and is an avid sports fan. We discussed sports, politics including Trump and the state of NC, and more. Our Rapid Fire Round and QOTD are worth waiting for the end!
We've done this at least once before and had great feedback, so here's another politically agitating, lighthearted, and fun episode for your viewing and educational pleasure. Algenon and I discuss:
NC Leadership Forum, Guns & Mental Health, Trump & Stormy Daniels, Is POTUS keeping his campaign promises?, Free Trade, $1.3 Trillion, 2018 NC Elections, and 2020 NC Governor's Race.
By far the most analytical and constructive talk I've given regarding leadership, personal branding, social media, interviewing skills, going all-in on your strengths, and more. After some background on me, my favorite part of the evening was the quesetions from the Campbell University Lundy-Fetterman School Of Business students.
Facebook’s goal is to make sure that people interact more often with other people and consequently, there will be a limited amount of space left for page posts in the News Feed. Although small businesses and non-profits will be disadvantaged, BJ demonstrates how they can improve their competitive position.
While discussing personal branding with a client, BJ pointed out that a crucial step in the process is to ensure that your target audience gets to know about you and what you have to offer. Understandably, the conversation turned to the effectiveness of email, texting, and Facebook messaging, which begs the question…is email dead?
Here's a quick episode featuring Call-ins from other Anchor.fm podcasters from around the world. We are all having a conversation about the new Facebook News Feed changes and whether that's a good thing or not. If you listen intently, you'll pick up a few nuggets that could help your business. Here's to your success!
Facebook caused a stir this past week with the announcement of an impending change to the News Feed that will affect all pages. This development means that business pages (publishers and brands) will have more pressure on them to create content that generates conversations, to stand a better chance of being seen in News Feeds.