On Today’s New Media Minute, the Reinvention Radio Crew is talking with Austin Black of Back-road Productions. Austin has a unique niche in the marketing arena, he works with agricultural brands. Austin has some great advice for us. You don’t have to keep wasting money on marketing campaigns that no one notices, all you need is a clear and strategic plan that targets your ideal client with a compelling message. When you have a system to connect with your customers everyday, you become the brand they think of when they need help
New Media Minute: The RR Crew is joined by Victoria Vives Khuong, Host of Divine Sexuality Podcast and this months Editor’s pick of Podcast Magazine. Victoria is the International bestselling Author of “In a Matter of Seconds”, healing and shamanism teacher and spiritual leader. She has helped thousands of women around the world to access greater fulfillment in their lives and help others do the same through energy healing and spirituality. Victoria facilitates women’s ability to positively relate to their bodies, to their partners and to their sexuality. The RR Crew had fun chatting with Victoria in today’s New Media Minute!
Michael shares how we can all use our inner tools more effectively to become more successful at whatever we are attempting to do. Michael was born in 1950, blind from birth and survived the 9/11 attacks with the help of his guide dog Roselle. This story is the subject of his best-selling book, Thunder Dog.
Gino Wickman believes entrepreneurs are born, and he is Reinventing Entrepreneurs in the making. Gino has been an entrepreneur since the age of 21 and became obsessed with learning what makes businesses and entrepreneurs thrive. With tried and true real-world entrepreneurial experience, he generated opportunities out of his mistakes, formulating an Entrepreneurial Operating system that helps entrepreneurs not only glimpse their perfect path, but reach pinnacles of greatness.
Kenneth Bator reinvents branding, culture building and strategy. Bator training and consulting, create environments where employees want to come to work. And for the past 16 years, Ken’s work includes law enforcement. With culture loud and clear and high in the headlines, the crew directs the conversion towards hard and hot topics in America, culture.
Christian Lefer is re-inventing starting nonprofits, he had his first exposure to nonprofits cheering on his mentally disabled little sister in the Special Olympics. He grew up to live what you may have thought was, the perfect life and yet he hated the person he had become. Then it seemed like life burned to the ground, finding himself emotionally and financially bankrupt and alienated from his family. Finally he surrendered to his pain, and was reborn a new man, with a deeper purpose born from love for himself and others.
Matthew Leland Cox is Reinventing The Purpose Driven Person. Matthew is a visionary and achieves success by surrounding himself with the right people. Those who can integrate and breathe life into his vision. From tough times growing up in Hurricane, now thriving with his family in Las Vegas
Alina Vincent is Reinventing Online Launches. From a successful academic who created online programs for universities to entrepreneur. Alina struggled with her message, overcoming objections to high end packages and paying the bills. So she went back to what she knew best, creating online programs but then needed a marketing strategy..
Marisa Peer is reinventing Peace. She shares how we can change the world simply by being enough. Marisa is a Hypnotist, Psychotherapist and is a master of using powerful language to change people’s lives. Marisa reveals the three things our mind struggles with is uncertainty, change and loss. All relevant today! And Marisa provides tools we can use today. Exposing self-hypnosis and opening our minds to a new way of being, great!
In this Soundoff Episode The Reinvention Crew each discus how different life is during the Corona Virus and how even recording this podcast is different than when they do it in the studio. Mary relates it to how the News casters have been doing it from home and how awkward they have been!