Systems to Rein-in Emotions in Digital Marketing - with Marc Guberti

SHOW NOTES:

This time I scored a really cool guest to come and join me  - Marc Guberti. He is an Author, Entrepreneur, Podcaster and Public Speaker with fewer years on Earth than most people have of business experience. Don’t let that fool you.

He’s a social media influencer with half a million followers that helps people grow their online businesses. He wrote and published 19 (!) books before turning 20. In 2014, Marc also won the People’s Choice Rule Breakers Award for teaching on a college campus before attending college. Marc started his Breakthrough Success podcast in August 2016 and had the privilege of interviewing Seth Godin, Neil Patel, Mike Michalowicz, and many other incredible guests. (And me too!) And now he’s joining us for an episode of Systems Meet Humanity.
 

HIGHLIGHTS, QUOTES and RESOURCES [episode 13]:

We talk about 

  • The hardest part of Content Marketing in Marc’s experience – regardless of results, good or bad.
     
  • Navigating “Shiny Object Syndrome” in the realm of digital marketing – how do you choose between Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, etc, especially when you’re told you have to be on ALL the platforms?
     
  • Why do people avoid delegation, and when do you know it’s time to delegate? (with a great example, “an act of delegation” Marc’s describing for his podcast)
     
  • Technology to automatically distribute your Content across platforms, as well as a surprising perk that Marc points out using HooteSuite, especially for the ADHA-gifted folks.
     
  • The desire to make an outstanding impact – the driving emotion for Marc to achieve his incredible success – and how Content Marketing became the vehicle for making a difference in the world.

Marc on the right time for delegation:

“When you plateau, and you feel you’re not moving forward, that’s where the delegation comes in. It’s when you want to pursue another opportunity. But you don’t want to delegate too early, because that can be a lot of money.”

 

RESOURCES mentioned in the episode:

 

 

KEY TAKEAWAY:

We're doing an awesome free training!

Its's called How to be 10x more productive doing your digital marketing".  This workshop is really cool and comprehensive:

We’ll be teaching how to expand your audience by following influential people in your niche, and following their followers, how to master Pinterest and LinkedIn , and also how to leverage podcasts to grow your following.  

Marc is a leading expert in digital marketing so you don’t want to miss his expertise shared for free.

Since it’s already sound like a lot to do, our training also includes advanced productivity hacks, to help you make the most of the time you’ve got. Besides, I’m going to teach how to approach the highly charged topic of putting your name out there as a project with a start, an end and metrics for success (!). Knowing you’re doing it right reduces anxiety (and therefore exploding productivity) and we’ll be talking about tools and techniques to KNOW.

For example – how to create rituals that work to start (and finish) uncomfortable tasks -  because let's face it, the discomfort of putting yourself out there is the biggest reason people remain stuck. 

Sign up here, we think you're going to like it!

 

 

About Marc:

Marc Guberti is an Author, Entrepreneur, Podcaster and Public Speaker with fewer years on Earth than most people have of business experience. Don’t let that fool you.

He’s a social media influencer with half a million followers that helps people grow their online businesses. He wrote and published 19 (!) books before turning 20. In 2014, Marc also won the People’s Choice Rule Breakers Award for teaching on a college campus before attending college. Marc started his Breakthrough Success podcast in August 2016 and had the privilege of interviewing Seth Godin, Neil Patel, Mike Michalowicz, and many other incredible guests. (And me too!) 

Where can you find Marc?

His website, marcguberti.com 
His latest project: Content Marketing Success Summit
Breakthrough Success Podcast