Stacy Maynard is one of those people you feel like you’ve known for years. We probably laughed through 30% of this podcast, make sure you listen carefully for the clinking glass and delightful singing voices!
Stacy is an award winning entrepreneur and leading expert in LinkedIn & Podcast Training, has helped organizations, entrepreneurs and brands for over 20 years. She works with corporate teams and entrepreneurs alike to make their media strategy work for their business, brand and bottom line.
– what 1st gear intentions look like on Linked In
– why sometimes the mobile version of LI may trip you up.
– when you should sell on Linked In
– why quality is better than quantity
– how dating and Linked In have a lot in common
From the podcast:
“I was ridiculously shy as a child. But then I changed.”
“A generic Linked In invite is like walking into a room, not speaking to anyone, shoving your business card into their hand and then walking away.”
“Your network is your net worth. Many people who are new to Linked In start connecting with everyone. But are these people?”
“The number one question I ask when I’m giving podcast workshops is, ‘who’s the star of your program?‘ And most people get the answer wrong.”
“Putting a great achievement on Linked In is not bragging, it’s showcasing an achievement.”
“The whole point of social media is to get people off of social media.”