I went for my regular eye check up with the ophthalmologist this morning. Guess what?
I brought along a book (Finally Alive by John Piper) which I could not read because my pupils were dilated for the eye examination and my eyes could not focus.
Of course, right? Ah well.
Good thing I had my phone with me so I could listen to a podcast while waiting.
I guess I “discovered” that my subconscious choice of consuming content is visual (at least in this instance). What’s yours?
We do things subconsciously, don’t we?
Even though I knew I was going for an eye examination, I brought alone a book – not the wisest thing to do.
Some would say that we have natural inclinations.
What does it take to break natural inclinations, things we are used to and comfortable with?
- Conscious efforts that are strategic?
- An open mind?
- Courage to step forward?
In this podcast episode  (a 14:27-minute episode), I shared how I was transformed from one who shuns marketing to one who embraces (and promote) marketing.
If you have a natural aversion to marketing or a worldview that promoting your own services shows arrogance, this is the episode for you.
In this 14:27-minute episode, we consider:
- Why professionals, especially educators shy away from marketing (and sales)
- What marketing is and isn’t
- What early spiritual leaders taught me about content marketing
And more …
I had some issues with iTune this week and the episode did not show up on the channel even though it was up on Stitcher and at the site.
So if you feel like you’ve missed the releases, check out the archives here.
As usual, leave me a comment, review or rating or hit reply if you have any questions and I will be in touch!
Have a great weekend!