Lead with your social mission
14.36: An easy trick for introverts who feel incredibly self-conscious about marketing (and for use at parties!)
16.24: Becoming a mutual admiration society with your clients
18.50: Fresh ideas for finding and understanding your ideal clients
25.15: Why what your parents taught you about talking to strangers was dead wrong
25.54: Attitude reboot
26.54: Two crucial skills in marketing
27.19: How to say something worth listening to
27.48: What is powerful marketing?
29.22: My system to uncover your content strategy
33.48: The four-step process that I lead clients through to ensure that marketing and reputation-building efforts all reinforce each other
35.56: The more of an expert or geek you are, the worse your marketing will likely be
38.50: Why leading with your social mission attracts your ideal clients
40.25: How to declare your social mission
40.37: Why believing that your cause should be self-evident is a massive hindrance for your cause
44.36: Why parties are relevant to digital marketing
45.20: Digital marketing is not face-to-face marketing: the key differences that make or break your digital marketing efforts
46.00: How to build your influence and professional reputation
50.00 Committing to your Minimum Viable Marketing Plan™
53.06: Creating purposeful partnerships, which includes borrowing someone else’s audience to grow your own.
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About Brook McCarthy
Hi! I’m Brook. I’m a business coach and trainer with 16 years’ experience, with a background in Public Relations. I specialise in helping values-based service professionals who feel self-conscious about marketing and would far rather just do the work than talk about it.
I help people to lead with their values to grow their professional reputation so they can attract far more perfect-fit people and the best opportunities. Leading with your values, purpose and social mission makes sense, for a multitude of reasons, not least of which is that the planet is dying and it needs your help! (Yes, I’m an unashamed bleeding heart.)
When I worked as a tour leader in Cambodia, 2002-2004, I heard about social enterprises. I used to take my passengers to social enterprises including a bakery, a restaurant and various retail shops. My first client when I started my business in 2008 was the Centre for Social Impact. Over the last 14 years, I’ve worked with a number of for-purpose organisations, social enterprises and not-for-profits, and am a trainer on StartSomeGood’s Good Hustle program on social enterprise design.
Values-based business, for-purpose organisations, ESG, and social enterprises are here to stay.
Use your values to drive yourself, your business and your marketing
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