Ben Parr is an award-winning journalist, author, entrepreneur, investor and expert on attention. He has coached dozens of young startups and Fortune 500 corporations on the psychology of attention and how to get attention for their products. Ben is also a columnist for Inc. Magazine and a contributor to CNBC. Ben’s work has been featured in a variety of media, including ABC News, MSNBC, CNN, CNBC, NPR, Fox News, USA Today, Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and The New York Times.
During this live stream Spreecast, Mitch and Ben chat about his new book titled, “Captivology: The Science of Capturing People’s Attention.” [click the picture to watch the lives stream spreecast]
I was recently interviewed by San Diego Immigration attorney, Jacob J. Sapochnick, aka “The Enchanting Lawyer.”
During the interview, Jacob asked me to share thoughts about the practice of law, trying cases, and the importance of balancing all of the above with family and friends. A substantial portion of the interview involved communication skills using both digital tools and, “old school” people skills. I hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did!
Last week I shared my thoughts about how important mobile platforms are when it comes to communicating online. This week I’m sharing the recorded video of our Friday morning Spreecast discussing many of the same issues.
During the Spreecast, people connected and shared their ideas via desktops, laptops and smartphones. In a year or two this entire Spreecast will simply require a smartphone or mobile wearable device like Google Glass. Pretty exciting when you think about it.
Here’s the Spreecast. Please share your comments below. By the way, we’ll be doing more of these so if you’d like to know when the next Spreecast will take place, follow me on Twitter. I share most events there!
Chris Brogan has a great business oriented podcast called The Owner’s Mind. The show focuses on helping people “own” their business, lives and world. When he reached out to ask if I would be on the show I didn’t have to think twice. Here you go…