Clout – by definition can mean social power or influence, but today I had a great conversation with online tech guru and co-author of the newly released book from McGraw-Hill, Klout Matters (www.koutmatters.com), Mr. Terry Brock.
You know how some people you just like and connect with instantly, well Terry is one of those people. On his recent business trip to my city, I was fortunate enough to sit down and have a chat and within minutes I knew I had to pull him over to the CJOB studio and interview him so that I could get him to share his brilliance with all of you! Which he did so willingly and joyfully. You can hear our entire show, commercial free, here: Your Life, Unlimited radio with Stephanie Staples and Terry Brock
During our conversation Terry enlightens us as to what Klout.com is and why we should care about it.
He also shared 2 investments that are guaranteed to give you great returns:
1) Investments in your physical and mental health.
2) Investments in learning marketable skills that will help you serve people and/or people will pay you for.
Terry shared his personal secrets for success, which he boiled down to S.E.M.:
1) Study – always be on the path to personal and professional growth, don’t stagnate – you’ll get stuck.
2) Exercise – even if it’s just a little bit, do something physical every day.
3) Meditate – Do something to be still and quiet your mind.
Sound advice from a smart successful dude.
You can find out more at http://terrybrock.com and grab the book there or among other places, iTunes.
Again, you can listen to our whole CJOB radio interview here: Your Life, Unlimited radio with Stephanie Staples and Terry Brock.
Keep enjoying life! Steph 🙂
* Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), conferred by the National Speakers Association is the speaking profession’s international measure of professional platform proficiency. Less than 10 percent of speakers have earned this credential and are recognized as some of the best in their fields. Stephanie was one of only five professional speakers in Canada (and the only woman) to attain this designation in 2013.