Thought Leadership for Beginners — The Thought Leadership Project

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By listener request, Jay Harrington and Tom Nixon address the issue of how to engage in thought-leadership content marketing when one feels they don't have the accomplished career or track record to claim a title of "thought leader." Common to junior associates and recent law school graduates, this phenomenon comes up quite a bit, so this show will help people in that position overcome some limiting beliefs.

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By listener request, Jay Harrington and Tom Nixon address the issue of how to engage in thought-leadership content marketing when one feels they don't have the accomplished career or track record to claim a title of "thought leader." Common to junior associates and recent law school graduates, this phenomenon comes up quite a bit, so this show will help people in that position overcome some limiting beliefs.

Discussion Points:

Imposter syndrome, or legitimate objection?

How to overcome the mindset roadblock

A beginner's guide to thought leadership, for those who hesitate to consider themselves thought leaders

A step-by-step process to implement tomorrow, with "thought leadership" at the end of the rainbow See less -

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