Entrepreneur, Personal Branding Leader, Author, and Keynote Speaker
Too many think that if it doesn’t feel good – you’re not following your passion. Bull. If you have a vision and you know that you have to climb a mountain to get to the top, you’re taking the steps to land on your passion.
I don’t pretend to have all the answers. But lately I’ve been implementing a little trick that has helped me. I think it can help you too.
My agency is growing. We have amazing clients. We also produce a world class conference. The conference and the clients are synergistic events on paper. In execution they are at odds. One takes from the other in time, energy and sweat equity. I needed to clone myself, or find a solution.
I have lots of experience being out of work. It happened to me three times in a two-year span. Five times total throughout my career. I’m only 40, so that’s a pretty impressive streak.
Also – I split up a business partnership. I didn’t read the fine print of our contract. I battled my partner for almost a year. I made almost no money.
Three years ago I launched the first Westchester Digital Summit. Last month Forbes magazine called us one of the “Conferences That Will Keep You Ahead of Marketing Trends This Year.” We’ve hosted over 1000 executives in that time.
I’m an extrovert, and I understand the power of networking. What hurts me is to see introverts not capitalize on the opportunity of an event like the summit. So here are 15 practical tips you can use the next time you’re at an event. I hope you join us at this year’s summit and test them out.
What a Year. A look back at 2014 for the Silverback Social team – Westchester Digital Summit, Baltimore Digital Summit, & clients like Legendary Pictures.
In the final days of my Father’s life we knew he was dying. Frankly, so did he. Our family flew in from around the country and hunkered down. In those final days, I learned more about life than my previous 39 years. Today I’d like to share that with you.
Three years ago Jane West was a mid-level corporate manager, housewife and mother of two. Today West is sparking a movement and building an empire.
Named one of the “Most Influential People in Cannabis” by the International Business Times. West has been featured in Fortune Magazine, Newsweek, and Fast Company. She’s a savvy businesswoman for sure.
Bill Gross loves startups. He believes the best ones can unlock human potential. Bill wanted to pin point what factors or factor accounts the most for a companies success or failure?