The Stories You’ve Always Wanted to Hear (Ep. 150)
by TODD HARTLEY, on May 18, 2018 8:12:00 AM
If you’ve listened to the show before, you know that I’ve had to navigate past learning disabilities for most of my life.
From grade school through high school, I visited one professional after the next to better understand my learning disorder. However, all the conflicting advice just caused more confusion and frustration.
But there’s one man who has been a guiding light throughout this journey, and that man is my dad.
My dad helped me through the hard years and celebrated with me when I was accepted into the University of Arizona SALT Center.
Now, I’m on the Business Advisory Board for the University of Arizona SALT Center and I’m helping clients reach past their prospects attention distractions to make a real impact.
In this episode of Video Marketing Mastery, my dad and I walk down memory lane and talk about what learning disorders look like and how that’s shaped who I am today. Plus, you’ll discover how to transfer your businesses’ message into the minds of your digitally distracted customers.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn:
- What my one degree of separation to Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5 is.
- My dad’s first recollection of me having attention disorders.
- What the experts said about my learning disability and what was actually going on.
- Why getting into the University of Arizona SALT Center was a life-changing moment for me.
- How my learning differences allow me to help clients tap into their target audience.
- The lessons my dad taught me to spark my entrepreneurial brain.
- How I learned to overbid whenever possible.
- What’s intimidating about the digital marketing business.
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