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THE20: The Power of Becoming Likable Through Communication and Trust

Our Guest is Marcus Sheridan

Where do I begin with today’s show… how about in 2013… I’ve been lucky enough, blessed really, to be connected with our guest today since then. He was incredibly gracious and generous to keynote my live event 3 years in a row.

He is 1 of 20 “Speakers You Don’t Want to Miss” according to Forbes. A “Web Marketing Guru” says the New York Times. Marcus has also been featured in Inc., The Globe and Mail, Forbes, and more.

A highly sought-after international speaker, Marcus is known for his unique ability to excite, engage and motivate audiences. Event professionals and attendees around the world have experienced his high-energy style and interactive presentation approach. Marcus’ ability to clearly and concisely deliver his message ensures that audiences can quickly absorb his teaching and immediately begin to apply it in their businesses.

The universal applicability of his message means that diverse audiences can receive tremendous benefit from attending his talks. Within his speaking company, Marcus Sheridan International, Inc.,

Marcus gives over 70 global keynotes annually where he inspires audiences in the areas of sales, marketing, leadership, and communication. Keynote topics include: The Digital Consumer; We’re All Media Companies; The Future of Sales and Marketing; The Business of Trust; Letting Go of “The Way It Has Always Been Done.” Visit the MSI website to get to know Marcus:

Mashable rated his book, “They Ask, You Answer,” the “#1 Marketing Book” to read in 2017. Forbes listed it as one of “11 Marketing Books Every CMO Should Read.” Read more about it, or better yet, purchase the book and find out for yourself what all the buzz is about!

As founder and president of The Sales Lion, which recently merged with IMPACT in 2018, Sheridan has established one of the most successful digital sales and marketing agencies in the country. Check IMPACT out here:

For years, I’ve analyzed his every move, I’ve quietly observed him as mentor, and I call him a friend. You will quickly agree and see what I mean… Welcome Marcus Sheridan.

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