How to grow a business using growth hacking techniques for social media and gain 1 million followers in only 30 days!
In this episode of The Business of Coaching Podcast, growth hacker Brendan Kane dives deep into how to grow a business by increasing your social media reach exponentially.
02:37 – Brendan’s story and how he overcame the common challenges;
07:22 – What to do when facing failures and getting back up;
17:10 – The key to attracting and engaging your potential audience;
33:39 – How to get 1 million followers in 30 days;
36:26 – What you need to achieve success in your business;
43:41 – 2 ways to use social media for attracting coaching clients;
50:35 – An inspiring message from Brendan for all coaches and entrepreneurs.
Brendan Kane is an innovation strategist and growth hacker for Fortune 500 corporations, brands, and celebrities. He thrives on helping brands to scale, expand and accelerate their businesses and influence. Find out more about Brendan at https://brendanjkane.com and get a copy of his book ‘One Million Followers’ here: https://onemillionfollowers.com.
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"Korean violinist Inmo Yang has been hailed by the Boston Globe for his “seamless technique and a tender warmth of tone,” combined with ""an ability to project an engaging sense of inner sincerity through his playing.” In March 2015, he won the 54th International Violin Competition “Premio Paganini” in Genoa, Italy, marking the first time since 2006 that the Paganini Competition jury awarded First Prize. He also garnered the following special prizes: youngest finalist, best performance of the contemporary original piece, and performance most appreciated by the audience, confirming The Violin Channel’s praise of Inmo as “one of the new generation’s most talented young string virtuosi.”
Inmo has since performed with many prestigious orchestras and renowned recital venues worldwide including his recent Carnegie Hall recital debut at Weill Recital Hall, a concerto engagement with the Danish National Symphony conducted by Fabio Luisi, and a special recital in Genoa using Paganini’s own Guarneri Del Gesu violin.
In 2018, Inmo performed with Orchestre Nationale de France in Rolle and Geneva, as part of the orchestra’s tour in Switzerland. Inmo was also invited to Paris in January of 2019 to perform Saint-Saens’ third violin concerto with the orchestra at the Radio-France auditorium. In Korea, Inmo was the Kumho Art Hall artist-in-residence for the 2018 season. As part of the residency, Inmo gave a performance of Niccolo Paganini’s 24 caprices, which was recorded live and released under the Deutsche Grammophone label in November 2018.
Born in Indonesia to a Korean family in 1995, Inmo Yang gave his debut recital at age 11 on the Ewon Prodigy Series in Seoul, followed by his concerto debut at age 15 with the KBS Symphony Orchestra. He graduated from the Korean National Institute for the Gifted in Arts in February 2011 and was then admitted into the Korean National University of Arts as a prodigy in music. He currently attends the New England Conservatory of Music, where he is the only violinist in its highly selective Artist Diploma program.
Inmo plays on the “Joachim-Ma” Stradivari of 1714, the violin used by Joseph Joachim for the premiere performance of the Brahms Concerto, through the generosity of the New England Conservatory." [email protected] Korean violinist Inmo Yang has been hailed by the Boston Globe for his “seamless technique and a tender warmth of tone,” combined with “an ability to project an engaging sense of inner sincerity through his playing.” In March 2015, he won the 54th International Violin Competition “Premio Paganini” in Genoa, Italy, marking the first time since 2006 that the Paganini Competition jury awarded First Prize. He also garnered the following special prizes: youngest finalist, best performance of the contemporary original piece, and performance most appreciated by the audience, confirming The Violin Channel’s praise of Inmo as “one of the new generation’s most talented young string virtuosi.” This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
While technology continues to advance with leaps and bounds at an incredible pace, education in the U.S. has lagged behind dozens of other developed countries. How can communities and schools work together to beat the constraints of time and money and provide impactful STEM education to help us catch up to the rest of the world? In this talk, Carson Wilber, cofounder of a STEM education nonprofit and educator in the Florida panhandle, explains how every member of the community can contribute time, energy and expertise within their means to create meaningful and effective opportunities for K-12 students to learn STEM and power a future where U.S. education catches up in the great technology race. Carson has worked across the Emerald Coast in robotics, software design, IT and web management, and education, in all of nonprofit, government, higher education, and private sectors. He co-founded and serves as Director of Impact for a Pensacola nonprofit, INERTIA Education Programs, Inc., as well as a Co-Founder at three technology companies touching quantum computing, artificial intelligence, distributed systems, cybersecurity, and general technology services. He visits all levels of K-12 schools across the panhandle to teach and encourage students to pursue careers in STEM and high tech and fight the "Brain Drain" to stay in the Northwest Florida area. Carson is a student at the University of West Florida for Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Mathematics, and Software Design & Development, as well as an Ambassador for the UWF Center for Cybersecurity. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Deontay Wilder. The Baddest Man On The Planet. Still Undefeated.
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Wilder is an undefeated (42-0-1) American professional heavyweight boxer. He goes by the nicknames "The Bronze Bomber" and more recently called himself "The Baddest Man on the Planet". Known for his punching power, he has knocked out or knocked down every opponent he has ever faced. In less then a month he will have a rematch against Tyson Fury which the previous fight ended in a draw.
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