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Justin Brady cultivates & amplifies emerging tech client's stories, reaching millions. His writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post among others, and his podcast is in the top %1 of iHeart Radio's entire 250k catalog. He has interviewed the world's best communicators and world-changers like Howard Schultz, Andrew Yang, Blake Irving, Dan Pink, and more than 100 other A-list leaders.

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How One Lawyer Cost Me Thousands of Podcast Listeners

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Summary: A lawyer temporarily got my podcast taken down on Apple Podcasts which cut off all my iTunes/Apple subscribers. (His client didn’t like that I was ranked higher.) When the podcast was restored, thousands of iTunes subscribers were not reconnected. … Continued

Are Smaller Networks The Future Of Social Influence?

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A sky-high twitter follower count, masses of Instagram oglers, and loads of Facebook likes may soon be nothing more than vanity metrics, if not already. The golden era for social media influencers is over, as pro marketers look to tighter … Continued

When to bail water, and when to bail out

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Never give up, never surrender; 3 feet from gold; blah, blah, blah. There are so many cliches and so much advice on why you only fail if you give up, but that’s simply not true. There is a razor-thin line … Continued

Covid-19 Is A Healthcare Disruption Catalyst

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Imagine the same scrappy startup ingenuity that bore Google, Twitter, Microsoft, and Apple entered the field of medicine. Wouldn’t that be something? But the biggest reason startup innovation has eluded healthcare for so long is the FDA’s current structure. As … Continued

Working From Home Won’t Become Our New Normal

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Will “work from home” become more common? That’s the question many workers are asking as we grapple with the great disruption. But for those hopeful pajamas are the future workplace outfit of choice, don’t get your hopes up. Like I … Continued

Spend Time On Stories, Not Money On Digital Ads

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A few years ago Proctor & Gamble cut their advertising, and their sales actually went up. People hate being advertised to and in some cases actually avoid the companies that irritate them with ads, explained Michael Brenner, author of Mean … Continued

Why Don’t Journalists Cite Sources?

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One question that has come up is a bit surprising to me, but given our bizarre news cycle not unexpected. Why don’t journalists cite sources? There are a few simple reasons they don’t cite sources, one is innocent and the … Continued

Does Covid-19 Provide A Hidden Opportunity?

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When it comes to a successful business mindset, Covid-19 can very well provide new opportunities. Two food companies battle during the Great Depression sheds light on just what kind of opportunity a crisis can give your company. One company cut … Continued

Why Podcast Listens Are Down During Covid-19

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When local governments, including my own state of Iowa, enacted business restrictions and companies asked employees to work from home I, like many other podcasters, thought my listener numbers would spike. Instead, I uploaded on Wednesday to see a massive … Continued

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