Episode 86: Content Curation, with Brian Clark of Unemployable
The Thought Leadership Project
Brian Clark is a serial digital entrepreneur, with a track record of building successful businesses using content and thought-leadership marketing techniques as the primary driver of business growth. A former attorney who practically invented content marketing while building Copyblogger, Brian shares his latest ventures, and how content curation — a close relative of content creation—are the building blocks to building an audience, engaging prospects, and growing revenues.How is a book of business like a 7-figure small business?Why is future freedom a compelling reason to rethink your approach to marketing?What is content curation, and how can attorneys use it as a component of—or precursor to—thought leadership marketing?Reading & ResourcesSign up to the free newsletter at further.netLearn how to turn your practice into a "7-Figure Small" at Unemployable.comTake the email course at FutureFreedom.comConnect with Brian on LinkedInConnect with Jay on LinkedInConnect with Tom on LinkedInLooking for more? Subscribe today! Listen wherever you cast. And don't forget to rate and review The Thought Leadership Project! Want to be a guest on a future episode?Share your thoughts directly with our show hosts by emailing Jay Harrington or Tom Nixon. Hosts of The Thought Leadership Project Jay Harrington Tom Nixon Jay Harrington is a lawyer, author, executive coach, and marketing consultant for law firms and lawyers. Tom Nixon has more than 25 years of experience helping experts become thought leaders. Both are prolific content creators whose work has been featured in leading publications in the legal industry. Introducing a New MembershipCommunity for Lawyers The Thought Leader Collaborative (or the “Lab” as we like to call it) is created for lawyers and those in the professional service industry. Learn how to build your brand, become a thought leader and grow your practice on LinkedIn. learn more
Station 34 Episode 9 - Firefighter/Engineer Brian Clark from the Ronks Fire Company in Ronks, PA
It's Episode 9 of the Station 34 podcast and today we have Firefighter/Engineer Brian Clark from the Ronks Fire Company in Ronks, PA. So what makes Brian unique and why did we have him on the show? Two reasons: First, Brian is part of an All-Volunteer Fire Department and as we've mentioned before, we have tremendous respect for those folks and second, 70% of their Fire Department is made up of members from the Amish Community...you read that right. Brian gives some great insight into how they cover their mostly rural area and the way in which they deal with the different lifestyle of the Amish and what they do when it comes to training and responding to a call. It's a great glimpse into how it's still possible for groups of people who hail from very different backgrounds to come together and proudly serve their community together. And while you're at it, go check out everything we have to offer at ladder34.com and follow the podcast on Instagram @station34podcast. We hope you enjoy the episode and check back for new ones every Friday! Now, stay safe...and go make yourself useful.
Importance of Understanding Your Audience with Chris Brogan and Brian Clark - Ep. 212
Search Engine Journal Show
Chris Brogan and Brian Clark both join SEJ's Loren Baker on this episode to discuss the importance of building an audience, the value of an email list, the importance of purging an email list and also how to maintain an audience and launch several ventures or businesses by understand your audience and their wants & needs.
#062: Brian Clark – Building An 8-Figure Business With Empathy
The Danny Miranda Podcast
Brian Clark is a writer, traveler, and entrepreneur. He’s the founder of the pioneering content marketing website Copyblogger, the midlife reinvention newsletter Further, and the educational community Unemployable. In this conversation, we spoke about empathy, the future of the Internet, and how Brian transformed his relationship with himself. Enjoyed this episode? You'll also like my free weekly newsletter – Tuesday Treasure.
Brian Clark is the founder and CEO of Copyblogger Media and Tangible Digital. Launched in 2006, Coppyblogger evolved quickly from a one man website into an influential trade magazine for the content marketing industry. He is the host of the Unemployable podcast and website, providing advice and support for freelancers and entrepreneurs with the mission to ‘help tiny businesses create an outsized impact’. Brian also created the personal growth newsletter Further, a weekly publication navigating ‘the art of midlife reinvention’ addressing health, weath, and personal growth for those of us entering our 50’s and 60’s. Brian joins me today to discuss the pivotal moment many of us will feel in our late 40’s when the desire to press the reset button appears to be at its strongest. He reveals the magic age we seem to be when we hit the bottom of our happiness ‘horseshoe,’ and why this is the point we should reevaluate what we need to do to achieve contentment in the second half of our lives. Brian shares his method when adopting new lifestyle habits, and why accepting self identity change is the key to success in your fitness goals. He also discusses the freedom building a freelance portfolio will give you in the next stage of your career, and why it isn't all about Mark Zuckerberg in the startup world. “Take control of your destiny. Don’t let A.I or automation or your asshole boss do it for you” - Brian Clark Today on Mastering Midlife: What Brian discovered when he had achieved ‘everything’ Why Generation X’ers feel overlooked Why new behaviors require a change of self identity How exercising mindfulness towards your family will enrich you Why you should covet a long healthspan rather than lifespan How a passion for travel has allowed Brian to feel freer in his work place Why the start up generation is NOT about the Hoodie Millennial Resources Mentioned: Book: Atomic Habits Connect with Brian Clark: Brian Clark’s Further website Brian Clark’s Unemployable website Brian Clark on LinkedIn Brian Clark on Twitter Get FREE Access to the Only 10’s Course Are you struggling with knowing what, when, and how to focus your efforts to get things done? As a long-time sufferer of severe ADD, I understand the struggle - and that’s why I created the Only 10’s system. This system has helped me and thousands of others clear the clutter and focus their energy on getting the right things done. The Only 10’s free online course is based on my proven system to help you focus your attention and maintain momentum around your day-to-day life. Sign up for the Only 10’s free course today! Mastering Midlife...Together! Thanks for tuning into today’s episode of the Mastering Midlife Podcast: How to Thrive When the World Asks the Most of You with Mark Silverman. If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review. Be sure to visit our website and connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube and don’t forget to share your favorite episodes on social media.
14/ Brian Clark: You don't find your audience, you choose it (Copyblogger)
Brian Clark is a writer, traveler, and entrepreneur. He's the founder of the pioneering content marketing website Copyblogger, the personal growth newsletter Further, and Unemployable, a resource that provides smart strategies for freelancers and entrepreneurs. Mentioned in this episode: Copyblogger Further Unemployable 7-Figure Small As always, this episode of Starting Now is brought to you by BYLT. At BYLT we help you get started online. Whether you want to start a blog or a business head on over to BYLT.co to get started. Subscribe to Starting Now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Transcript Coming soon Find the full transcript at BYLT.co/brian-clark
19th Anniversary of 9/11: Overcoming Unanswerable Questions with Mr. Brian Clark
American Valor Podcast
Mr. Brian Clark shares his recollection of working in the World Trade Center for Euro Brokers and his story from above the impact zone of the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001. Clark shares the lessons he has taken towards his own life: living in the present, not dwelling on unanswerable questions, enjoying life to the fullest, making every day count, and using one’s gifts in service to others. Hosts: Tyler Buchholz, Nathaniel Cameron, and Colin KirkBrian Clark’s full 9/11 story at Mesquite ISDBob Feller Act of Valor Award FoundationSupport the show (https://customcoinholders.com/product/walk-of-heroes/)
Brian Clark’s Reclaiming Eros includes descriptions and explorations of the many iterations of Eros, covering the god’s evolution and his modern faces. Brian draws our attention to the ways in which the energies of Eros bring the opposites of love and isolation together, giving rise to authentic experiences of intimacy and love that always include awareness of loss and separation. For relevant imagery, please look at our Facebook page.