[Podcast] Episode #12 Chris Brogan – Why The Freaks Shall Inherit The Earth

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I got Superfreak Chris Brogan on the line to talk about his new book “The Freaks Shall Inherit The Earth”.  The book is a must-read for anyone who wants to use their passion to navigate from mediocrity to success. Chris shared some fascinating insights on topics ranging from:

  • The definition of a freak and why you are one even if you don’t know it
  • One thing you should not do when you start a new business
  • The difference between willpower and discipline
  • Listen close – Chris drops hip hop wisdom faster than Dr. Dre.

Plus I’ve tucked a juicy free offer in the Podcast for one lucky person.  So download the podcast, pop in those earbuds and give this puppy a listen.

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Stan Smith is the Managing Director of Pushing Social a content marketing consultancy for aggressive, results-focused organizations.

One thought on “[Podcast] Episode #12 Chris Brogan – Why The Freaks Shall Inherit The Earth

  1. Chris Narbone

    Stan,
    Enjoyed this episode of your podcast. I’m really digging the interview format lately. This was my first time hearing Chris Brogan – really insightful content you guys provided. I like the fact that you guys took a step back from social media/ blogging to talk about creating a business. Using the “freak” mentality feels like a fresh approach to go after what I’m passionate about.

    Thanks,
    Chris

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