[Legacy post: Small Business Talent] My guest on the podcast today is here to shake things up a bit. Mike Brown of The Brainzooming™ Group is anything but a typical speaker or consultant.
For example, his recent TEDx talk was unlike any other that I’ve seen. He literally let the audience chart the course of his talk as it unfolded.
This was a bold and creative move. But that level of flexibility and customization is apparently the norm for Mike when he speaks these days.
His professional background: Mike Brown has been at the forefront of leading Fortune 500 culture change as a vice president of marketing, developing new approaches in research and simplified tools for innovation, strategic planning, and aligning sales, marketing and communications strategies. He’s also won multiple awards for his strategic brand-building approach relating to NASCAR and conference event marketing.
Mike has been a frequent, repeat speaker for a variety of leading organizations. His clients include the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics, the American Marketing Association, the PR Society of America, and the CMO Summit, to name just a few.
In this content-rich interview, Mike reveals how to customize your presentations — based on audience input — and stand out as a speaker! Scroll down to our Podcast Player now and have a listen.
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