Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Free Podcast Interview with Michael Fishman.
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Todays guest, joining us on the Join Up Dots free podcast interview is Mr Michael Fishman, a entrepreneur, business coach and a man who for over twenty years has remained a trusted advisor to brands and personalities on marketing, positioning and business growth, with special expertise in health and personal development.
During his career, Michael Fishman has directed some of the largest campaigns ever executed, with several acquiring in excess of 250,000 new paid customers.
He knows the words to use, and the stance to take if you wish to separate yourself from the masses and give yourself the best possible chance to find the success that you deserve.
Finding the thing that well as we say everyday makes you authentic and much more appealing to everyone
But according to him before you even think about expanding your universe, you need to fully understand what your market is and how your product fits into it.
You need to dig down before you push out and conquer the world.
But that is understandable if you are a business, but how does he create a path of success for individuals and personalities?
What questions are needed to be asked to give yourself the best chance of success, especially when starting a new business or developing a new idea?
Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs in todays Free podcast, with the one and only Michael Fishman.
During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:
Why it is so important once you hit adulthood to trust yourself that the path you end up walking will be the right one for you.
Why the larger the group you study the more predictable the results will be in your advertising campaigns.
Why the words of the Grateful Dead’s late guitarist Jerry Garcia are so profound and are a great business metaphor to follow.
We discuss in life why should anyone accept for anything less than they deserve and have a chance to go and get.
Why we should always work hard to be better than we were yesterday, but aim to be even better than that for tomorrow.