How to Become an Expert in Your Field

In this video share different kids of content and marketing strategies that are important to build out thought leadership or to build your expert business. If you are interested in growing your business through public speaking, writing a book, or building an online platform this video will help you understand what is necessary and how to take your business to the next level.

P.S. I think I am so funny. If this equation is lost on you, know I was trying to make a joke and to be clear I do not take myself this serious.

Preparing for 2020

Monetize Your Mindset Podacast

I had the opportunity to be interviewed on the Monetize Your Mindset podcast. We discussed ways to get prepared for 2020 as well as  choosing a word for the year. I also shared about following your intuition, your gut. Head on over to https://www.bartmerrell.com/mym-24-michelle-mccullough-follow-your-intuition-follow-your-gut-it-is-probably-right/ to listen in.

3 Ways to Put Your Baggage Behind You

This last week I had the opportunity to go on Fox 13’s The Place to share The Plastic Bag Principle. I discussed 3 ways to put your baggage behind you. You can listen to the whole segment here and learn how you can better yourself by putting your baggage behind you.

3 Ways to put your baggage behind you

Three Tips for Getting More Done

TV Interview on Fox 13 The Place

I loved being back in the studio with a Big Budah and the rest of the team at Fox 13s The Place
Enjoy this segment on how to coach yourself to getting more intentional about what you do in the day.

Lead Together

Podcast Interview with Cindy Stagg

I was thrilled to be interviewed by Cindy Stagg on her podcast Lead Together.

I was asked about my experience as an attendee of the Girls State program and my involvement through the years. There’s no question that this program was life changing for me and no question that it certainly serves as a foundational part of my leadership opportunities over the years. 

You can listen on iTunes or on her site here: https://www.staggyouthleadership.com/podcast/episode/d5db64c1/girls-state-goin-on

Thanks for having me Cindy!

Tips For Taking Time To Play During a Hectic Week

Segment From The Lisa Valentine Clark Show

This week’s topic for The Lisa Valentine Clark Show was tips for taking time during your hectic work week to play and have some fun. This is something that everyone could benefit from. Listen in!

https://www.byuradio.org/episode/783d8acf-c99c-4665-b351-5795755fe91f/783d8acf-c99c-4665-b351-5795755fe91f?playhead=1021&autoplay=true

Tips For Achieving Your Goals

Segment From The Lisa Valentine Clark Show

I went back on The Lisa Valentine Clark Show to share some more motivational insights. This weeks discussion was on tips for achieving your goals in the middle of a busy career.

Take a listen below.

https://www.byuradio.org/episode/b2a9c193-4bdb-4b02-aab1-d0ef3366efa0/b2a9c193-4bdb-4b02-aab1-d0ef3366efa0?playhead=1092&autoplay=true

The Marketing Trifecta

Featured in Speaker Magazine

I was thrilled to be asked to submit and article to Speaker Magazine, the publication for the National Speakers Association.  I submitted it last year and it was published in the spring.
I get asked all the time what the best marketing outlets are:
Should I be on Facebook?
What magazine would you recommend for my company to advertise in?
Do billboards work?
This is what I call reverse marketing: choosing the medium before you’ve carefully considered your masses (target market) and your messages.
Some messages don’t work on billboards – even if they would be great for your company.
A billion people may be on Facebook, but is that really your target market?
Marketing is getting the right MESSAGES, to the right MASSES, through the right MEDIUMS, so you can make MONEY.
THIS is the marketing trifecta.  Consider your market first, then the messages you want to share and THEN choose your mediums last.  Once you know the first two, the last is pretty easy to figure out.
Happy Marketing!

What if I hate my job?

Mustache Power Productions Video

In working with professionals and organizations all over the country I have heard one thing that has surprised me (or maybe it shouldn’t).  All types of people that I come in contact with will pull me aside and say, “What if I hate my job?” I’m starting to talk more about this when I consult with the leadership team. In this video I share the two choices you have if your truly hate your job.