Skip to content

#29 Staying Ahead Of The Game with Gary Vaynerchuk

Staying Ahead Of The Game with Gary VaynerchukFor this week’s episode of Getting Goosebumps, I interview social media titan Gary Vaynerchuk. Gary grew his family wine business from a $3 million to a $60 million business in just 5 years. He’s now the man behind leading digital agency VaynerMedia, one of the digital world’s most charismatic public speakers and successful author of books including his latest release #AskGaryVee.

Staying ahead of the game

What keeps VaynerMedia miles ahead of competitors? We head back to the beginning, discussing the thought, strategy and of course, the relentless hustle which led to the success of VaynerMedia.

Gary owns an online empire of content. We cover the marketing funnel that helped build it. He takes us through the process, from the top of the funnel to micro content. Gary has found that the best quality content in a supply and demand market place will always rise to the top.

The voice of the customer

The voice of the customer has the power to completely elevate your brand. Gary explains how investing time in listening to his audience has really paid off.

When it comes to content, Gary’s online community have helped to extract better information from him in the long-term. They’re undeniably a catalyst to the success of his ever expanding #AskGaryVee show.

Becoming a great storyteller

Some people have to learn how to become a great storyteller. For others, storytelling is natural. For Gary, it’s safe to say keeping people hooked with engaging stories is a natural talent. From fourth grade sleepovers to his grandfather’s dinner table analogies, Gary shares his insight into holding the attention of an audience.    

We break it down and explore the key ingredients to creating a compelling story. Gary reveals the difference between a good storyteller and a great storyteller. It’s fundamental to allow the high-quality content to reach your audience. 

Recent Podcasts

#48 How Ann Zuccardy became an accidental neuroscientist

This week I am joined on another episode of Getting Goosepumps by Ann Zuccardy, and what an episode it is. Ann a former writer who suffered from a brain injury has since become, what she explains to be, an accidental neuroscientist. 4 years following her injury Ann has learned that the majority of…

#47 Doing the right thing by your customer with Jay Baer

On this week’s episode of Getting Goosebumps, I have the chance to chat with master marketer, NY Times bestselling author and keynote speaker Jay Baer.

#46 Using comedy to engage your audience with Jack Kester Milner

So on this weeks episode I am joined by Jack Kester Milner. Jack’s career history includes an impressive simultaneous career as a director writer, comedy actor and producer in television, radio and film.

#45 Telling your employer brand story with Lars Schmidt

On this weeks episode of Getting Goosebumps I will be talking to founder and principal of Amplified Talent, Lars Schmidt. Lars is an expert in intersecting culture, talent and brands and has a background in developing innovative strategies at NPR. He is also the Co-founder of HROS – a platform designed to bring an open sourced approach to HR & Recruitment.