How to overcome your fear of being honest and open in your content

I recently had a lot of fun spending two days in 20-minute sessions with blog readers. I did it for fun — just to connect with people from around the world. I’ll offer this opportunity again on a regular basis so be on the lookout for it!

Anyway, in these discussions, two different people told me they had trouble having the courage to add their own…

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Keynote speaker, strategy consultant, Rutgers University marketing faculty and author of 9 books including KNOWN, Marketing Rebellion, and Cumulative Advantage.

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Mark Schaefer

Mark Schaefer

Keynote speaker, strategy consultant, Rutgers University marketing faculty and author of 9 books including KNOWN, Marketing Rebellion, and Cumulative Advantage.

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