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The Tim Laskis Show

Tim Laskis is a down to earth guy who grew up racing amateur motocross and almost failed out of high school. He was voted least likely to succeed and was never expected to do much with his life. However, he found a way to excel in academia and earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology with an emphasis in organizational behavior. Listen as Tim digs deep into the mind's of his guests for nuggets of entreprenuerial gold. He interviews go getters from a wide range of industries including business, professional sports and television that discuss what it takes to be successful. He focuses on the real story from those who are out there in the trenches who can share tips that benefit his listeners.
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Jul 26, 2017

This episode is packed with great information. Jay spends time with Gary Vaynerchuk and is a five times New York Times Best Selling Author, Keynote Speaker, co-host of Social Pros Podcast (named Best Marketing Podcast in 2015 in Content Marketing Awards) and the President and Founder of Convince and Convert.com (Named one of the fastest growing private companies in the USA. His clients include Taylor Made, Arizona State University, Pella, Hilton Worlwide, Cabela’s, Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations and Cisco). http://Convineandconvert.com is one of the world’s most popular online resources for business owners and marketers. They have more than 3 million visits per year. Jay was the host for three days at the global IBM conference (thousands in attendance). Jay has been featured almost everywhere: CNBC, USA Today, AdAge, MSNBC, Fast Company Magazine, The New York Times, Forbes Magazine, The Boston Globe NPR, CNBC and Inc Magazine.

Be sure to visit Jay at http://JayBaer.com to read his very popular blog, learn about his best-selling books, watch cool videos and explore the enormous amount of marketing content on his site.  You can find his books, Youtility Series, Now Revolution and Hug Your Haters: How to Embrace Complaints and Keep Your Customers on Amazon.

Highlights:

*Be as personal and as human as you can in business
*Marketing is about people, not logos.
*The most important word in business is NO.
*Build trust at the personal level.
*Communicate at the personal level.
*Jay’s Book Recommendation for Entrepreneurs: Procrastinate On Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time by Rory Vaden. http://www.amazon.com/Procrastinate-Purpose-Permissions-Multiply-Your/dp/0399170634

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