Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Robin Fisher-Roffer, Founder and CEO of Big Fish Marketing. She is America's premiere Brand Strategist, Storyteller and Author of "The No Fear Career: 12 Steps to Becoming a Courageous Leader in the Face of Uncertainty".

In Robin's latest book, "The No Fear Career" Robin reveals how the same strategies she uses to invigorate major media and Fortune 500 companies can help anyone harness change, find their passion, thrive in their current position, accelerate their career, or grow a successful business.

She methodically walks us through the 12 Steps needed to adapt to the uncertain and ever-changing world we are now living in.

Listed are a few of the 12 Steps:

1. Own Your Truth
2. Quiet Your Inner Judge
3. Declare Your Specialty
4. Leave A Bad Situation
5. How To Get Your Swagger Back

Robin has been a Brand Strategist and Storyteller of major media companies including A&E, Food Network, AMC, Bloomberg, CNN, Comedy Central, Discovery, FX, History, Lifetime, and MTV.  Utilizing material from her critically acclaimed books, Robin keynotes conference and leads corporate training programs for executives at powerhouse companies such as Microsoft, Wal-Mart, Wharton School of Business, Merrill Lynch, Citibank, Mattel, AIG, and Sony.

For more information about Robin and Big Fish Marketing, please visit their website at bigfishmarketing.com, where you will find gems of information, articles, and videos.





To listen to my interview with Robin Fisher-Roffer, please click below.

4 comments:

  1. The Mina Collins Show no fear career give the information is very good thanking you regards sarkari naukri

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    1. Thank you Sarkari and I appreciate your comment. I glad the information was helpful to you. I am looking forward to receiving more of your comments.

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  2. This is a great post; it was very edifying. I look ahead in reading more of your work.CEO Mark Hurd

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    1. Thank you for your comment. I am glad you found the post edifying.

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