Episode 1: Dave Christensen of The Rephidim Project 1/3
To the Church in 16 Counties
The very first episode of To the Church in 16 Counties, Garrett interviews Dave Christensen, retired pastor, professor, writer, and president of The Rephidim Project. This is the first of three episodes with David.
Dave Christensen – Chief Product & Technology Officer at FMG Suite
Market in Motion Podcast for Financial Advisors by FMG Suite
Fintech mastermind shows how marketing has evolved and where advisors need to catch upDave Christensen has been leading the development of marketing technology for financial advisors, insurance agents, and other service professionals for 20 years. In that time he’s had the chance to get a unique view of not only the impact good marketing can have on financial advisories, but how marketing itself has grown into something much bigger than what most financial advisors view it as. Listen to the latest episode of Market In Motion Podcast for Financial Advisors and discover valuable insight about: How the social media game has changed… and why advisors can’t rely on organic traffic to make social media work for them anymore. The magic of content creation – learn why coming up with your own content does so much more than give you something to share with prospects and clients Why 2019 is going to be an exciting year for FMG customers (the new features and functionality coming to your Suite of tools will blow you away). Don’t miss this important conversation with one of the most forward-thinking marketing minds in the financial advisory world on our latest podcast episode. How are successful financial advisors getting ahead? What are the major trends and challenges affecting financial advisors today? Which strategies and tactics you need to grow faster? Find out here in the Market in Motion Podcast for Financial Advisors, where we discuss the most important issues affecting financial advisors with the industry’s leading figures.
Episode 2 features Dave Christensen who performed at our first show back in July 2015. Dave tells us about how he ended up in stem cell research, where his research is going, and why Minecraft doesn't provide a good analogy for stem cells.