In this episode, Seth and Shannon talk with Tamsen Webster the author of the new book Find Your Red Thread about how to make your ideas irresistible.
Seth: Hey, Everyone, and welcome to season two, episode twenty-two of the Digital Marketing Dive Podcast. I’m Seth with Goldstein Media, and usually with me is the always amazing and talented Shannon of DIAM Business Consulting.
Tamsen is a strategist, keynote speaker, and “idea-whisperer.” Today she’s going to tell us about the red thread in your thinking and how to make your ideas stick and resonate with people. Welcome Tamsen,
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- Tell us a little about who you are and what you do.
- You had the chance to organize and speak at a TEDx. What was that like?
- Congratulations on your new book Find Your Red Thread. So what is the red thread? Why a thread and why red?
- On your website you say “But the best ideas aren’t found. They’re built.” Can you go into more detail about that?
- How can finding the red thread in an idea path help you be more productive as a small business owner or entrepreneur?
- What are some key lessons you’ve told small business owners and entrepreneurs about idea building?
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Well, that was so much fun Tamsen.
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