7 episodi

The Fake It Til You Make It Podcast is centered around career insights and advice from some amazing leaders who may have taken non traditional career paths to get to where they are. We interview them about their stories.

Fake It Til You Make It Fake It Til You Make It

    • Economia

The Fake It Til You Make It Podcast is centered around career insights and advice from some amazing leaders who may have taken non traditional career paths to get to where they are. We interview them about their stories.

    From Personal Chef to Silicon Valley Marketer (Clair Byrd, Senior Director of Enablement, Twilio)

    From Personal Chef to Silicon Valley Marketer (Clair Byrd, Senior Director of Enablement, Twilio)

    Clair Byrd is the Senior Director of Enablement at Twilio, where she is transforming how to build a brand that truly serves its audience. Taking guiding principles from her days as a personal chef in the food and beverage industry and her time at Invision, Clair has a unique perspective on creating campaigns that are unique and are crafted specifically for the job to be done.

    In this episode, we talk about the jobs to be done framework, Clair's thoughts on hiring and career development, and her dream of going back to the food and beverage industry to change its culture.

    As always, feel free to send me an email and let me know what you thought of the episode, and if you have feedback for future ones: ryankmacinnis@gmail.com

    • 15 min
    How to Go Viral on LinkedIn and the Truth About Creativity (Allen Gannett, CEO, TrackMaven)

    How to Go Viral on LinkedIn and the Truth About Creativity (Allen Gannett, CEO, TrackMaven)

    Allen Gannett is the CEO and Founder of TrackMaven, a marketing insights company that helps marketers answer questions around data and ROI to focus on storytelling and why they became marketers in the first place.

    Allen's new book, “The Creative Curve: How to develop the right idea at the right time”, dispels the myth that a fortunate few are the only ones gifted with the magical touch of creativity. He interviews everyone from the Chief Content Officer of Netflix to Michelin star chefs on what creativity really is and how to actually nurture it.

    Order Allen's book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1524761710?tag=randohouseinc7986-20

    As always, feel free to send me an email and let me know what you thought of the episode, and if you have feedback for future ones: ryankmacinnis@gmail.com

    • 13 min
    What Hubspot Can Teach You About Being a Better Marketer (Jess Meher, VP of Marketing, Notarize)

    What Hubspot Can Teach You About Being a Better Marketer (Jess Meher, VP of Marketing, Notarize)

    Jess Meher is the VP of Marketing at Notarize, one of Boston's fastest growing companies that allows anyone to legally notarize a document digitally, 24x7. Along the way, she's worked for some iconic brands, like Hubspot and Invision, and witnessed what it takes to not only scale your team, but your career. In this episode, we talk about what she learned working at startups and at Hubspot, what makes a great marketer, and how to surround yourself with those who will help you succeed.

    As always, feel free to send me an email and let me know what you thought of the episode, and if you have feedback for future ones: ryankmacinnis@gmail.com

    • 11 min
    Learning by Doing and Lessons from Amazon (Kari Howe, Director of Learning and Development, Drift)

    Learning by Doing and Lessons from Amazon (Kari Howe, Director of Learning and Development, Drift)

    Kari Howe has spent her career at companies like Zappos, Amazon, Hulu, and now, at Drift. Along the way, she's developed talent and training programs that have served as the foundation for some of the most prolific companies of our time. In this episode we cover a few main points:

    -- How do training programs become successful and effective?
    -- What kinds of employees get the most out of them?
    -- What were the lessons you learned from companies like Amazon?
    -- Seeing it from the other side, how do we go about career-defining moments in our professional lives?

    As always, feel free to send me an email and let me know what you thought of the episode, and if you have feedback for future ones: ryankmacinnis@gmail.com

    • 16 min
    Building a Business Around Superfans and Shark Tank(Kim Kaupe, Co-Founder, ZinePak)

    Building a Business Around Superfans and Shark Tank(Kim Kaupe, Co-Founder, ZinePak)

    In this episode, we interview Kim Kaupe, Co-Founder of ZinePak. ZinePak is a platform that creates physical experiences for superfans. Bigger than merch at a VIP booth, Kim and her co-founder Brittany wanted to create an intimate experience, and connect artists with their fans. Specifically, we cover:

    -- Why ZinePak was started
    -- The benefit of being on SharkTank
    -- How to rise from discomfort
    -- How to network and put yourself out there

    And much more!

    Here are some links about Kim and ZinePak:

    -- Kim's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimkaupe/?hl=en
    -- A Forbes Video About Kim: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQUphYL0vY8
    -- Leaders Create Leaders Interview with Kim: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3tFvPZRjLY

    ZinePak.com

    • 14 min
    The Path to the NFL (Jordan Dolbin, Player Social Strategist, NFL)

    The Path to the NFL (Jordan Dolbin, Player Social Strategist, NFL)

    In this episode, we interview Jordan Dolbin, player social strategist for the NFL. Jordan shares her story about how she got to the sidelines of the Super Bowl, and the path that led her to where she is today. We talk about self awareness, stories of how one relationship or passion could lead to your dream job, and her advice for thinking about your career.

    As always, please leave a review and comment on what you'd like to see more of! My inbox is always open: ryankmacinnis@gmail.com

    • 15 min

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