Tag: intrepid radio

  1. mRELEVANCE Sponsors IntrepidNOW Interview with Guy Kawasaki

    mRELEVANCE, LLC sponsored an interview with former Chief Evangelist of Apple, Guy Kawasaki about the topics his two latest books — social media practices and start-up tips. Managing partner of mRELEVANCE, Carol Morgan, joined Todd Schnick from the InterpidNOW podcast to interview one of the most successful WOMM professionals in the industry. Along with being a best-selling author and speaker, Guy is currently the Chief Evangelist for Canva. He was an executive fellow at the Haas School of Business at… Read More

  2. Intrepid Radio Highlights What’s New in Social Media 3.0

    Carol Morgan, mRELEVANCE Managing Partner, was recently interviewed about her new book, Social Media 3.0, on Intrepid Radio. The podcast, “Carol Morgan: Social Media 3.0,” is available now for download. The interview highlights various aspects of the third edition of this book, which is perfect for everyone from the social media novice who is looking for how-tos, to the more seasoned social media user looking for ways to use ¬†sites more comprehensively and strategically as part of an overall marketing… Read More

  3. Why Nice Guys Don’t Finish Last

    Companies are more successful when they are nice! This is the message of a recent Intrepid Radio podcast featuring Peter Shankman, author of Nice Companies Finish First: Why Cut throat Management Is Over–and Collaboration Is In. Marketing RELEVANCE is proud to sponsor this episode of Intrepid Radio podcast, a show that features leaders, authors, entrepreneurs and ordinary people who are living intrepid lives. In a society where customers talk about your company to the whole world 24/7, it pays to… Read More

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  5. Be Your Own Superhero

    Recently, Marketing RELEVANCE sponsored Intrepid Radio, a podcast featuring leaders, authors, entrepreneurs and ordinary people who are living intrepid lives. This particular broadcast featured Chris Brogan, a New York Times best-selling author and CEO of Human Business Works, who shared his thoughts on bravery, which is the main message of his newest book, It’s Not About the Tights: An Owner’s Manual on Bravery. In his book, Brogan introduces what he calls the CAPE concept for achieving bravery: Confidence Acceptance Permission/Practice… Read More