Episode 175 – taking our own advice

By on May 7, 2018 in Making Space, Podcast, Purposeful Disruption, Reinvention | 0 comments

 

We are taking our own advice and we are going to take a hiatus from producing weekly podcasts at PureReinvention. We have a big event coming up (Connect: Detroit on May 22 – there’s still time to register)  and all of us here feel that we need to take a step back and assess how we can best build and present future content in more digestible and diverse ways. In order to make that happen, we need to take the advice we give so freely and take a timeout to assess how we can best create and convey future content to you.

We meet and get inspired by many people in our PureReinvention journey and we will continue to share their stories with you. Audio podcasts will certainly play a role, but we want to add to the mix through other means of communication by adding video and blogs. We want to keep things fresh and present the content to you in a way that entertains as well as useful to you.

In the meantime, tell us what you think. What do you like about our podcasts? What would you like to see changed? This is an invitation to connect with us. We certainly would love to hear from you! Stay tuned to this channel for future updates and remember, if you’re ready to make a change, make it a change that lasts, make it PureReinvention!

 

QUOTE IT

 

“If you’re ready to make a change, make it a change that lasts. Make it PureReinvention.” (10:31)

DIG IN

 

  • (2:00) A pivotal moment for PureReinvention.
  • (5:30) Stepping into simplification.

 

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will

I grew up in associations and have been a technological advocate for nearly 20 years.I have a proven track record by running three trade associations, serving on the technological committees of several others.I am passionate about leveraging content and technology to keep trade associations relevant. Founding member, @purereinvention & Social Media Marketing Society.I was honored by MSAE in 2014 with the Director’s Gavel Award for advancing the strategic interests of the association.
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