#13 Teresa de Grobois on Mass Influence Self-Promotion Vs. Bragging & Hashtags

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#13 Teresa de Grobois on Mass Influence Self-Promotion Vs. Bragging & Hashtags

Teresa de Grosbois is a best-selling author from Canada (I swear I’ve never met a Canadian I didn’t like!). She has several books, but today we’re focused on Mass Influence. It’s a bestseller in 6 countries, and once you start reading it you’ll be hooked.

Teresa helps entrepreneurs and large companies understand how word of mouth becomes an epidemic, i.e. the “wildfire concept” we talk about from her book.

“It’s all about asking yourself “how passionate am I about what I’m doing?” Click To Tweet

Although she was doing things to influence change in the world, she still wasn’t loving it. She tells us how she changed her life through diet, exercise and wellness practices, how she consequently got more involved in charity, and how her life has been on fire ever since she started doing what she loves.

“Powerfully telling on ourselves makes us look human.” Click To Tweet

Today’s topics included:

  • Moving from a “really bad year” to being a bestselling author
  • The difference between bragging and positive self-promotion
  • Powerfully stepping into the roles of influence
  • Hashtags (this was unexpected and fun convo)
  • Figuring out what problem you want to solve and who you want to do it for
  • Listening to your inner voice

You’ll learn practical strategies which you can apply today on the power of influence. Teresa will be explaining the dynamic of her book and giving us a couple of teasers from it’s best parts; so buckle up, because this is one influential episode!

“If you don’t love what you do you run the risk of being inauthentic everywhere.” Click To Tweet

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