Welcome to episode #299 of Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast. I was honored to share the stage with Martin Lindstrom at The Art of Marketing last month in Toronto. If you listen to this Podcast and read my Blog but you’ve never heard of Martin Lindstrom, please drop everything and pick up each and every one of his brilliant marketing books. His last three gems are, Brandwashed, Buyology and BrandSense that should not be missed. Right after the event, Martin was kind enough to spend some time with me discussing everything from ethics in marketing to what we truly know about people and how they react and interact with brands. If you thought I was a massive marketing nerd, you ain’t seen nothing yet! Enjoy the conversation…
Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast – Episode #299 – Host: Mitch Joel.
- Running time: 35:38.
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I’m busy now. But after this podcast, and the next podcast…..I can say that I listened to 100 of Mitch Joel’s Podcasts in a row. Sincere thank you for all of your free content. When I first moved to Korea, I was nervous that I would lose contact with the media industry. Although it was only 2009, I feel nostalgic thinking about switching my little memory sticks on my palm pilot and jugling memory space for Media Hacks, Six Pixels, and Jaffe Juice. And oh how much I miss the Memory Palace glory days. You have accomanied me through many workouts, bike rides, apartment cleanings, subway rides and random walks. Your content sneeks into my lectures on a monthly basis. I am very very thankful. Best of luck in everything you do as you approach #300!
Just stopping by to say thanks for your ongoing content and a big congratulations for Sunday and episode 300! An amazing achievement
I normally listen to you when I am out running and sometimes want to go beyond my normal 7 mile route just to finish the episode.
Best regards (an Anglo/Canadian – my mother is from Quebec!)
Thanks, very much Ken and John. I’m not big on milestones, so I really see episode #300 as just another episode on this fun journey. I hope you’ll continue to join me on the adventure.
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