Entrepreneurial You - New Rules for Thriving Today from Dorie Clark
“It’s the dirty secret of today's entrepreneurial economy: being excellent, and even being well known and respected in your field, isn't enough.” - Dorie Clark in Entrepreneurial You
We live in a world that is changing rapidly and we can’t depend on what worked before to work again. There’s an old saying, “If you keep on doing what you’ve already done, you’ll keep on getting what you’ve already got.” I remember hearing this and thinking it was true at one time.
However, today that saying is out of date. If you keep on doing what got you to the level of success you enjoy now, in a world that is changing rapidly, you will fall further and further behind. Successful people adapt and change with new environmental signals. What worked before to get you to the level of success you know now, probably will not get you to the future.
So, what are we to do? In the book Entrepreneurial You by Dorie, Clark she talks about what is working today based on her interview with many successful entrepreneurs and business leaders. Recently I had the opportunity to talk with her about what is working in today’s marketing.
Dorie Clark is the author of two other New York Times best-sellers. She is a contributing writer for Harvard Business Review, Huffington Post, Forbes magazine and many others. She is a marketing coach and consulting.
In this fun, information-rich, and highly educational interview she shares what is working today and what you can do to succeed. I love it and have gone back to listen to the interview myself several times.
It is that good!
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Terry Brock, MBA, CSP, CPAE
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