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Show 326 - Ideas that mean business Show 326 of The Engaging Brand leadership and marketing podcast is ready just for you. To subscribe or listen for free, you don't need to download anything and all explained at the end of the post. Jack Nadel is one of those rare people who has retained the passion for business for over 65 years - that's right over 65 years! Jack is now late into his 80's and has just written a book to share his business wisdom called Use what you have to get what you want. Now I hope that I am embracing the latest technology and sharing when I am almost 90! I invited him to join me, Anna Farmery on The Engaging Brand podcast to talk about the wonderful business lessons and business anecdotes he tells in the book, it was a true honour and if you want to know more check out Ideas That Mean Business. We talk about How business is emotive and how you need to absorb business lessons in your 'gut' How you turn learning into action Idea - find a need and fill it How business concepts have changed -or not - over 70 years Idea of selling it before you can make the product Idea of NOT falling in love with your product How perceived value is what sells but real value is what repeats Idea - your decision will not change the course of history, lighten up! How your business life is not work but a learning experience How naivety can give you your entrepreneurial freedom Don't forget to subscribe to the show in iTunes or on the Blubrry site. If you have feedback for me on the show or topics that you would like me to cover then e-mail me at anna@theengagingbrand.com or join me on twitter. How you can listen to the Engaging Brand 1) You can listen on your PC now without downloading any software just click hear to listen to the latest marketing podcast 2) You can subscribe to the show via iTunes or 3) If you use a different podcatcher then you can subscribe using the following RSS Feed

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Social Marketing Architect, Speaker, Author and in spare time completing PhD on the future of the social business model

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