Tue, 2 December 2014
Today's episode is an exciting discussion with Michelle Corr of Michelle Corr Media.
Michelle has a very intriguing background. She is formerly a TV and Radio show personality and spent time with such stars as Jerry Rice.
In fact, she didn't even know who Jerry Rice was until she met him! Crazy!
(Ben doesn't know who Jerry Rice is so our radio show partnership has ended as of this writing.... kidding)
She now runs a successful branding company through Michelle Corr Media. Her current Utopia consists of traveling between Arizona, Alaska, and Hawaii, rough life.
Michelle has a rich presence about her that you can feel through her interview. She presents a wealth of knowledge and a overflow of genuine kindness.
When it comes to branding, this episode drops a ton of value on how to brand to differentiate you from other businesses. She believes that a businesses' staff's character should be used in a company's branding since customers buy from people, not businesses.
She was also candid enough to share with us how she is able to draw the best out of people but has a hard time reflecting on herself during her path to her current Utopia.
Someone that was instrumental to her development was Bob Proctor of The Proctor Gallagher Institute.
Bob helped Michelle realize that one of her strengths was to connect people and taking it to heart, which she has since brought out in everything she does.
This is a characteristic that she has brought to her brand, Michelle Corr Media.
Throughout this episode, Michelle shares rich tips on enhancing your brand, so if you are an entrepreneur, wanna-preneur, or solo-preneur, take notes!
Like most of you high-achievers, she struggles too with work-life balance and speaks in great detail about how she is able to juggle everything effectively and keep herself at peace.
We were very honored to have her on Build Your Utopia. Please leave your comments below on this content-rich episode.
Utopian Quote of the Show
"Often we don't change until the pain of staying the same is greater than the pain of change." - Michelle Corr
You can find out more about Michelle Corr's current work at her website here.
Direct download: 012_Interview_with_Michelle_Corr_a_Master_of_Connectivity.mp3
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