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If you're looking for "marketing hacks" from a "guru", you're only chasing short-term results. This isn't the podcast for you. After spending 15 years building a multi-million dollar business, Paul J Daly is sharing the experiences and perspective that grew him from an entrepreneur in Upstate New York to an inspiring leader, a national speaker, and sought-after business consultant. By focusing on brand development, company culture, and crafting better marketing, Paul J Daly is leading the charge for entrepreneurs and small businesses to align their marketing, messaging, company culture, operations, leadership development, and everything in between to drive long-term success; all in the spirit of CLARITY. www.claritycompressed.com

Clarity Compressed: Build a Better Business Through Better Brand Development Paul J Daly

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If you're looking for "marketing hacks" from a "guru", you're only chasing short-term results. This isn't the podcast for you. After spending 15 years building a multi-million dollar business, Paul J Daly is sharing the experiences and perspective that grew him from an entrepreneur in Upstate New York to an inspiring leader, a national speaker, and sought-after business consultant. By focusing on brand development, company culture, and crafting better marketing, Paul J Daly is leading the charge for entrepreneurs and small businesses to align their marketing, messaging, company culture, operations, leadership development, and everything in between to drive long-term success; all in the spirit of CLARITY. www.claritycompressed.com

    The Real ROI of Relationships

    The Real ROI of Relationships

    I’m willing to bet that most of you would agree that throughout our journey in life and business, the impact and benefits of our relationships FAR exceed any financial investment, product knowledge, or strategy. 

    I received some serious clarity on this while filming an Instagram Story with NYT Bestseller and Storybrand, CEO Donald Miller back in February. (Remember when we could travel ) I included the first few minutes of that Story in this episode.

    Measure What Matters

    Measure What Matters

    I didn’t take a lot of math courses in college, but one of the most memorable courses I took was a math course. Introduction to Statistics. I can’t remember a single calculation but I learned a VERY valuable lesson: Data doesn’t lie, but statisticians can pretty much make it say anything they want. This week, we are talking about measuring what matters.

    How to Accept and Embrace Business Pivots with Brian Kramer and a Little Help from Disney

    How to Accept and Embrace Business Pivots with Brian Kramer and a Little Help from Disney

    It’s September…wait…what???? Yeah, we all feel the same way about the strangest collective summer we’ve ever had. But I hope that it wasn’t all lost for you. It certainly wasn’t for me. Sure, there was challenge after challenge. Exhaustion after exhaustion. However, even in the most challenging times, there can be good, solid innovation and growth.

    Being Kindergarten-Kind

    Being Kindergarten-Kind

    Can you imagine a kindergarten class where we allowed and even encouraged children to treat one another like we commonly observe today…and maybe even participate ourselves? If I try, I can imagine such a situation, and it’s all wrong.

    How to Solve Problems, NOT Symptoms

    How to Solve Problems, NOT Symptoms

    Congrats, you left Monday in the dust!

    If you are like so many of us, Mondays often leave you staring face to face with a slew of problems. Some big, some small, but all of them requiring some sort of action to address it. Sometimes the problems are new, and sometimes it’s the same problem that keeps surfacing over and over again. Why is that?

    Making "Good or Bad" Irrelevant With Aaron McCormick

    Making "Good or Bad" Irrelevant With Aaron McCormick

    My guest this week broke through walls like a wrecking ball. Aaron McCormick was raised in poverty by a single mother on the South Side of Chicago and was raised by a family who held him back from pursuing college. That didn’t stop him from becoming hugely successful in the corporate world, being considered in the top 1% of IBM.

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