Guys! I love co-hosting MarketHer for a myriad of reasons, some of which Brie shared during in this article, but my favorite episodes are the ones when I barely speak because I'm learning so much from our guest or Ang and Brie. This is one of those episodes!
Have you ever read a book, listened to an interview, or a watched a video that spoke so directly to your life that it was almost scary? It happened to me this weekend and I can't wait to share more about with you!
Hi, my name is Britt Schwartz and I am an Accidental Diminisher. The good news it that while I tend to display diminisher behavior, I am not a raging tyrant of a boss. 'How is that good news,' you ask? It means my behavior, while unbecoming at times, is fixable. Let's celebrate that for a moment. I want to jump into a monologue of how well-intended I am, that I really mean no harm, that it hurts to hear that I do this -- but, I won't. Because it really doesn't matter. What matters are actions; behaviors.
Do you ever have those days at work that you just need to be pinched because something so wonderful and unbelievable happened? Well, Angela, Brie, and I needed a good pinch last week, because we were honored (and a little fan-girling) to welcome Kim Scott, the author of Radical Candor on this week's episode of MarketHer!
It's been one of those weeks. First, my family and I ended up sick and then poor Angela's family got it. This week's episode, Brie and I discuss how to have a seat at the table -- and no, we don't mean for dinner.
Good gravy - does anyone else feel like the moment you get settled on a strategy/platform/tactic that everything changes? On one hand, it's one of the things I love most about marketing -- it's constantly evolving. On the other -- slow your roll! Unfortunately, there will be no slowing of the roll anytime soon and from technical SEO to video, to user-generated content, we HAVE to not only execute tactics today but understand what strategies and tactics we're planning for tomorrow. One area that demands our attention is voice search.
We've tackled a few personal and difficult topics here on MarketHer. From when I lost my home during two hurricanes to Angela sharing lessons learned during difficult times in her life - we don't shy away from the sensitive. This week's episode is no exception.
The decision to join the IMPACT team was, at first glance, just a change in the company on my business cards. Ha. 8 months later and I’m more convinced than ever this decision is and was more strategic, deep, and meaningful than I could have ever known at the time or even fully understand today.