Yesterday we brought you Rick Frishman, experienced publisher, author, and speaker. Rick has some radical ideas about optimizing your online presence and developing a fan base. (If you missed Rick, go back and listen here.)
Rick admits he can’t do it himself, and he doesn’t necessarily want to. Getting help lets your network grow, even when they are your clients. Here’s who Rick has turned to for inspiration and guidance:
On the one hand, Justin is my ghostwriter. He performs a service for me. But his role goes a lot deeper than that. He taps right into what I want to say, and delivers it in a way I never could. His voice has helped me immensely, and I consider him an invaluable asset.
Brendon is a stellar author and source of motivation for me. One of his biggest assets is his ability to listen to people and to take the appropriate action. Brendon sets an example I think all business people could stand to learn from.
For me, Ken is the definition of hustle. He never stops creating, and he never lets compounding success get to his head. Confidence is important, but an ego can get in the way. Ken has always toed the right side of the line, in my opinion.
Harvey is another best-selling author I think people should know more about. He’s the king of networking. He stays in touch with people after making a connection, and he practices what he preaches. Harvey helps me see myself how other people, including clients, might see me.