E5: Marketing Expert Jim Kukral Shares How to Stand Out In the Crowd

E5: Marketing Expert Jim Kukral Shares How to Stand Out In the Crowd

Jim Kukral is recognized as an expert in online marketing and branding. He delivers insightful and entertaining keynotes to growth-oriented organizations on attention-getting marketing, creative branding, and understanding how customers think, react and most importantly, buy.

With a passion for speaking and teaching, Jim travels around the world to teach brands and business owners on how they can apply his UNSKIPPABLE method to their marketing and brand mission to generate positive ROI-based outcomes and purposely attract lifetime customers.

Topics Discussed with Jim Kukral

  • A bit about who Jim is
  • His latest book “Unskippable”
  • His foray into politics, and what he learned
  • Dealing with stress, which eventually leads to a panic attack
  • Balancing being an entrepreneur with your family obligations
  • Some words of wisdom for those interested in being an entrepreneur and/or author

More About Jim Kukral:

  • One of the top experts (24+ years) in creative marketing and Web business building
  • A ten-time author of books on marketing, entrepreneurship, motivation, and publishing
  • An adjunct professor (10+ years) for The University of San Francisco’s Internet Marketing Online Program
  • An award-winning blogger and producer of popular content that has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Brandweek, BusinessWeek, Entrepreneur.com, Huffington Post, Forbes, Inc. and more
  • A well-accomplished business owner who started and sold two online marketing agencies with hundreds of employees
  • A rehabilitated politician who won his first election by a landslide then lost his last election by 35 votes
  • A dynamic keynote speaker on creative marketing, that delivers a “gentle kick to the brain” message that leaves guests with pages of notes to take back to the office to implement
  • A father of two and happily married (21-years) husband who likes to go fishing in his spare time

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