Joel Comm on Hustle - It Sucks

Episode 5 of The Conscious Marketing Podcast: Getting Off the Hustle Wheel opens the can of worms wide open and takes a look at the power of language. New York Times best-selling author and futurist Joel Comm to take a deep look in the mirror at the hard work theme we keep selling in marketing and ask, “is there another formula for success?”

In one of the most personally revealing episodes to date, Joel discussed with Nichole Kelly and me a behind the curtain of his success and shares how his journey into the dark night of the soul led to the creation of his latest book The Fun Formula. And yeah, we really do talk a ton about work life balance. It was a super fun podcast with a ton of insights about how you can become a more productive and happier person.

See the full show notes on the Conscious Marketing Podcast page here.

Nichole on Hustle

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Geoff Livingston

A digital marketing pioneer and social fundraiser, Geoff has helped brands and nonprofits raise more than $225 million online. As a marketer, Geoff has advised more than 10 members of the Fortune 500, including AT&T, Cox, eBay, Ford, General Dynamics, Google, PayPal, Pepsi Co., Procter and Gamble, SAIC, Verizon and Yum! Brands. He has also advised nonprofits, including United Way of America, Live Earth, The Case Foundation, Razoo, Environmental Defense Fund, and the Philanthropy 2.0 Project. He most recently launched the Legends of Learning brand. Geoff helped the first and second Give Local America events in 2014 and 2015, which raised more than $120 million for nonprofits. He has also built a Kickstarter that funded Meyer-Optik's Trioplan 50 lenses with more than $660,000. Geoff started and sold social media boutique Livingston Communications (2009). He was won awards from the Society of New Communications Research, the American Marketing Association, the International Association of Business Communicators, and an Axiom Award.