July 6, 2021
by Hacker Valley Studio
Welcome back to the Hacker Valley Studio podcast. I'm sure you've heard of the term personal brand, and maybe you've asked yourself, what does it mean and how do I promote it. In this episode, we speak to someone that helps others develop their personal brand. We speak to Stephen Hart, entrepreneur, marketer, and brand strategist. We've known Stephen since way back. He's been a huge supporter, and someone that's helped develop our podcast and our branding. And this episode is nothing but pure gold and entertainment. Can't wait for everyone to listen. Let's jump right into it.
Our guest this episode is Stephen Hart. Stephen is the founder of Isles Media LLC, creator of Brand in Demand, and podcast host of Trailblazers.fm. podcast. Stephen always starts conversations off from a place of gratitude. He is grateful for his daughters, who have given him a “home base to run everything through. Beyond that, his is a Marketer and a podcast host for the last five, five and a half years. He is a brand strategist and the creator of an amazing program that he will talk about in a bit here.
Listen in as Stephen gives some great tips, and a special invitation.
00:59 Welcome and Intro to Steven Hart
2:16 Steven shares his background
3:45 Become a brand in demand
6:06 Creating a digital footprint
8:15 Desire to start a podcast
9:08 Share others success through Trailblazers.fm
10:00 Creating a course for others
11:23 Brand Management
13:05 Business Digital Footprint vs. Personal footprint
14:39 Brand does not equal logo
16:55 Recreating himself
18:26 Getting clear on goals
19:55 Lacking clarity & how to get clear
24:00 Foundation to your vision
27:10 Entrepreneurship can live simultaneously with employment
30:46 Investment vs. spending
32:45 Getting started on your own vision
35:00 Who do you want to serve?
37:47 Discount for Hacker Valley Tribe
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