Ben Baker has always been passionate about story telling. Whether it was in sales in his early career or over the last 20 years as a marketer, Ben’s goal has always been to tell a story that is relevant, valuable and engages his audience.
It is about letting people understand the values and vision of the companies that I work with. If people, whether they be staff, customers or potential customers do not understand who you are, what you do and why you do it. . . why should they care? My job is to create the conversation that allows them to care.
Ben Baker Show Highlights:
- Your personal brand is part past, present, and future
- How a powerful personal brand can inspire confidence
- The powerful personal brand can help kids be better
- The top three people Ben admires and why (ask this question too to build a powerful personal brand)
- How Ben would approach social media as a school leader
- Tips for using video in innovative ways
- A practical example of thinking through your personal brand
Ben Baker Resources:
- Download a free chapter of Ben’s new book on personal branding
- David Brier: Rising Above the Noise
- Gary Vee Twitter
- Gary Vee Insta
Ben Baker Contact Info
Download the Tools for Creating Great Video here https://betterleadersbetterschools.com/166-ben-baker/
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