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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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Entrepreneurship Sucks (Sometimes)

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There are thousands of new covid-preneuers right now according to the US Census Bureau. If that’s you, know this: Entrepreneurship sucks sometimes. Sadly, the entrepreneurial community’s own failure hypocrisy leaves many feeling alone, depressed, and anxious. Allow me to bust … Continued

Five irritating mistakes podcasters make.

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Assuming the content is fresh and engaging, the reason why people don’t subscribe to podcasts is simple. The show is irritating. I’ve been podcasting since 2017, I did live radio for three years, and I’ve had some great success at … Continued

Here’s how to write the perfect pitch email

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Creating the perfect pitch email to achieve press or to publish a piece you wrote, isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. Even seasoned PR pros blast thousands of journalists using popular tools like MuckRack or Meltwater but this is stupid. Those tools … Continued

Beware of Backlink Photo Credit Scammers

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Imagine my surprise when I received an email from someone claiming I had used his photo without proper attribution! He said his name is Gavin Whitner, and after a quick check it seemed as though he was trying to pull … Continued

How To Keep Remote Workers Engaged

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Face to face interaction is the collaboration gold standard, which is why leaders are struggling in this new remote work era. They want concrete advice on how to keep remote workers engaged, not platitudes, and theory. How do we compensate … Continued

Pictionary Founder On Remote Work: We’re Doomed

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“If the entire culture moves to remote, we’re doomed!” explained Robert Angel, creator of Pictionary when I asked him about remote work. Angel made his living off a tactile collaborative experience, and I believe his success holds a significant clue … Continued

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