Encore with Dorie Clark: Position Yourself, Stand Out, and Make Money+ Follow
This is an “encore” of host Jim Karrh’s conversation with author, speaker, coach, and entrepreneur Dorie Clark – corresponding to the upcoming release of Jim’s book The Science of Customer Connections: Manage Your Message to Grow Your Business (for which Dorie wrote the Foreword).
Dorie is a three-time bestselling author (Reinventing You, Stand Out, and Entrepreneurial You), a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review and other high-profile outlets, an adjunct faculty member at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, and was selected from among 16,000 applicants to be one of Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 Coaches.
Three of the most fundamental questions that business professionals ask themselves are: “Where do I want to be professionally?”, “How can I differentiate myself from the crowd?”, and, “How do I get paid in line with what I am worth?” Dorie Clark openly shares the wealth of insights she has gained during her several career changes–which she has positioned to now build for herself nine streams of revenue.
Among the topics that Jim and Dorie discuss are:
- How one’s “passion” relates to business success—including the pros and cons of chasing one’s passion
- How Dorie makes strategies and plans (hint: there is no grand multi-year planning process)
- Networking as an introvert
- How Dorie has sculpted her ability to utilize story-telling in the business world
Learn more about Dorie: http://dorieclark.com
Get Dorie’s free 88-question “Entrepreneurial You Self-Assessment”: http://dorieclark.com/entrepreneur
Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 Coaches: http://100coachesconsulting.com
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