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A Great Teacher is someone who makes ... and repost of @jer979 post: "How Online Shapes Offline Impressions"

It's been a little while since I've written a post on the Marketing Gunslinger blog.  There are two quotes that I want to share today ..

Everyday is a school day .. we're always learning ~Triplet at Pisces Dive Club

A Great Teacher is Someone Who Makes Goodness Attractive! - John Trimble

There are always nuggets of wisdom in every quote and takeaways that make us better at where we are today in our life journey.  As a marketer, I actually realize that I need to learn from my peers as well as leaders in other industries and job functions.  After all, it's not a new concept but "we are all marketers" especially those in client facing roles including procurement, supply chain, and customer service.  After all, a public mistake by a corporate CFO will cause negative word-of-mouth and reverse the efforts of a hard-working marketing department. (Remember Enron)

One of my marketing teachers that I enjoy reading daily is Jeremy Epstein, VP of Marketing for Sprinklr and author the Never Stop Marketing Blog @jer979 on twitter.  He has always very interesting perspectives on marketing and worth reading. Recently, I was featured in his post: "How Online Shapes Offline Impressions" and reposting below:

Following up on my meeting with Aliza Sherman the other day, I had two more longtime “social media friends” whom I finally met in real life. Warren Sukernek and the “Marketing Gunslinger,” herself, Elizabeth Quintanilla. That’s three in about 3 weeks now. I expect that this will only accelerate in the years to come, but I think it’s a fascinating commentary on how our society evolves. It used to be…you met someone and then you formed an opinion. Now, you form an opinion…then meet someone. Same is true for our businesses. The opinion is often formed before we encounter the prospect or customer. Shows that your online behavior and actions are even more critical than we may have realized.

Open your eyes and find your teachers .. your career, relationships, and life will be more fullfilled.

Elizabeth Quintanilla, Austin Marketing Gunslinger, learns from everyone including Ancient Greek Philosophers

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Let's all keep moving forward,

Elizabeth Quintanilla

@equintanilla

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