Episode 068: Joey Coleman – What Is Your Personal Brand?

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Episode 068: Joey Coleman – What Is Your Personal Brand?

This is a special episode for me as I’ve been fortunate to get to know Joey over the last month and he’s become a great friend.  I had the distinct pleasure of attending a professional development workshop recently where Joey was the facilitator/speaker/lead engager.  It was the best 2 and a half day training event I have ever been to in my life.  And Joey is the best presenter I’ve ever seen.  This conversation was incredible and I really appreciate how honest, transparent, and truly helpful Joey is.  A huge thank you to Jayson Gaignard (from episode 001) for introducing me to Joey.

Joey Coleman is the Chief Experience Composer at Design Symphony – a customer experience branding firm that specializes in creating unique, attention-grabbing customer experiences. His clients include individual entrepreneurs, start-ups, small businesses, non-profits, government entities, and Fortune 500 companies. For over a decade he’s worked with clients that include NASA, Network for Good, Hyatt Hotels, Zappos, the Save Darfur Coalition, and the World Bank – not to mention dozens of regional and local organizations around the world.

Episode 068: Joey Coleman – What Is Your Personal Brand?

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The Learning Leader Show

“There is no better investment than an investment in yourself and your personal development.”

Some Questions I Ask:

  • What are the common characteristics of high achievers?
  • How would you define “personal brand?”
  • How can you improve your personal brand?
  • Why is it important to leap outside your comfort zone?
  • What made you invest over $100,000 for Tony Robbins Platinum Partners Group?
  • What did the conversation sound like with your wife when you broached this topic?
  • What is your morning routine?
  • What does being a learning leader mean to you?

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • The importance of being full of gratitude mixed with a growth mindset, yet still being gentle on yourself
  • How Tony Robbins and President Bill Clinton have achieved so much
  • The importance of having an extremely high level of optimism
  • Gaining life experiences and the importance of getting exposure to different cultures and people
  • The 3 boxes we are all put into and how to manage it
  • The mindset needed prior to giving a keynote to thousands of people
  • The power and the importance on having a true partner as your spouse who supports you 100%
  • Viewing life with the eyes of a child… Being curious.  How that can help us all

“We are the sum of our life experiences.”

Continue Learning:

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Episode 004: How Todd Wagner (and Mark Cuban) Sold Broadcast.com To Yahoo! For $5.7 Billion

Episode 010: Shane Snow – How To Accelerate Success Using Smart Cuts

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This was a jam packed episode full of great content.  Joey Coleman is leader who is constantly learning in order to help us all live a better life. Who do you know that needs to hear this?  Send them to The Learning Leader Show!

Episode edited by the great J Scott Donnell

Bio From CreativeLive.com

Joey Coleman is the Chief Experience Composer at Design Symphony – a customer experience branding firm that specializes in creating unique, attention-grabbing customer experiences. His clients include individual entrepreneurs, start-ups, small businesses, non-profits, government entities, and Fortune 500 companies. For over a decade he’s worked with clients that include NASA, Network for Good, Hyatt Hotels, Zappos, the Save Darfur Coalition, and the World Bank – not to mention dozens of regional and local organizations around the world.

Joey is a recognized expert in customer experience design, an award-winning speaker at national and international conferences, and has taught business and creativity courses at both the college and graduate school level. Past appearances include presentations at the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management, Google, the Georgetown University School of Business, Stanford University, Zappos, YouTube, and numerous undergraduate, Private Corporation, and non-profit events.

Prior to founding Design Symphony, Joey held positions with the Corporate Executive Board (NASDAQ: EXBD), the White House (Office of Counsel to the President during the Clinton Administration), the United States Secret Service, and the Central Intelligence Agency. He holds degrees from the University of Notre Dame and the George Washington University Law School. An avid reader and experiencer of life, when not traveling the world (44 countries and counting) for speaking and consulting engagements, he enjoys time at home with his family in the mountains of Colorado.

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