• 00:29

    SpotLight on Renae Francis. Publicist, Brand Strategist, EVP & More.

    in Business

    Renae Francis has worked with some of the most recognizable brands on Earth. CNN, People Magazine, Porsche, and Disney are some of the fortunate ones that have had the privilege to work with her. Renae is well established in the world of PR and Brand Architect. Her expertise, connections and diligence has created a well-rounded niche for herself in the industry. She has worked with top media houses and brands.


    Renae appeared on various TV shows, interviewed top celebrities, orchestrated great events, and has worked with top brands, just to mention a few from her prestigious profile, She is more than that. She is a publicist Extraordinaire, Executive Vice President, Business Developer, Entertainment Consultant, Senior Account Executive, Brand Strategist, Lifestyle Manager, Crisis Communications Adviser, Marketing Director, Media Specialist, and an Image Sculptor.


    She has been able to stay on top of her game even when other entertainment consultants and publicists remain aloof due to her determination and urge for success. This is evident as her clients cannot get enough of her and the list seems to be building very fast.


    Her versatility will not stop to amaze many as she seems to combine lots of talents in one single body. She directs media campaigns, appears on top TV stations as a contributor on a wide range of topics. She is a respected event designer, brand developer, celebrity procurement and crisis manager.


    With over 13 years of experience in the industry, she has made her mark in virtually every sector you can think of. She has got everything from connections, to experience, to sophistication and of course beauty.


    “I am interested in people, their feelings and how to best elevate their most desirable assets". Those are her exact words and she has demonstrated this in every work she has done.

  • 00:31

    Customer Relationship Strategy: How to Add Real Brand Value

    in Entrepreneur

    What does your customer relationship strategy look and feel like to your target audience (prospective and current customers or clients)? Companies like Microsoft, Apple, Google, and Amazon succeed to the extend that the relationships they cultivate with people add authentic and sustainable value - as perceived by customers. That real value takes shape in many forms and sizes. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

  • 00:34

    Welcome Latrice Collins Career Brand Strategist And Founder of LRL Development

    in Radio

    Listen In and Hear On "The Good News Show Latrice Collins  the founder and president of LRL Development; a professional development company focused on identifying, building and enhancing the career brand. Ms. Collins is a Career Branding Strategist, who began her journey with a 15 year background in Human Resources, and 10 years working in various leadership roles at various Fortune 500 companies.


    Latrice has developed “The Perfect Fit for Careers Programs” which incorporates her career branding books, workshops, seminars, keynote address and coaching tools that have helped individuals and companies climb to new levels. As a Corporate Executive and career coach, Latrice Collins specializes in making career branding simple.

  • 00:33

    Brand Strategy: The Anatomy of an Influencer

    in Entrepreneur

    Entrepreneurs strive to enhance their influencer competency. The more effectively you are able to influence, the greater leader you will become. Today's influencers such as Sir Richard Branson, Oprah Winfrey, Donald Trump, Ellen Degeneres, Mark Zuckerberg, and Warren Buffet influence by understanding and using specific influential methodologies. What are these highly-sought after influential characteristics and how can you adopt  and implement them into your business strategy? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

  • 00:45

    Living Purposely with Stacy Y Whyte host Brand Strategist Rachel Wilson-Thibodea

    in Motivation

    Rachel Wilson Thibodeaux is Brand Strategist that loves God, her husband, a good book, serving others, growing a business, shoes that make her look taller, and chocolate. There are times chocolate takes priority.


    She is passionate about helping visionary, women entrepreneurs, sales professionals, and leaders – particularly in the financial services industry - strategically leverage their core strength or greatness (which Rachel refers to as the SWAG Factor). This leverage empowers her clients to create dynamic brands that make their competition irrelevant.


    Known as the SWAG Strategist and Leverage Your Brand Coach, Rachel founded SWAG Strategy Solutions to provide results-driven coaching, training, and mentoring to individuals who are ready for transformation and extraordinary success. That transformation comes from getting strategic about identifying, clarifying, and personifying one’s brand that, like money, should work just as hard as the individual.


    In addition to being short for swagger, SWAG stands for Strategic Women Achieve Growth. Rachel is a strategic woman who believes strategy does not have to be boring or make your eyes glaze over. She believes in strategy that makes sense and inspires action! 


     

  • 00:31

    Brand Strategy: How to Optimize an Outstanding Online Profile

    in Entrepreneur

    As an entrepreneur, you have a assortment of profiles laced across all the major social media networks and industry-association websites. With all those profiles across the Internet, you should take some time to make them look polished so you stand out. What does a polished online profile look like and why is optimizing an outstanding online profile essential to the efficiency of your distinct brand? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

  • 00:31

    Brand Strategy: How to Become an Expert in 3 Fluid Strides

    in Entrepreneur

    A super smart method to become more valuable in your current career or to make a major business change is to become a notable expert. The amazing news is that it is never too late to become an expert by either developing a base of knowledge within your current field of choice, or in an entirely new professional direction.How does becoming an expert at something you love and earning more money as a result sound to you? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

  • 00:31

    Author Brand Strategy: How Authors Become Sought After Keynote Speakers

    in Entrepreneur

    As an author, you must consider marketing (promotion) as a requisite staple relatve to selling more books and other services. If you’ve been savvy enough to land a speaking gig at a conference or industry event, you must always consider how you will maximize the reach and return on revenue of your presentation. Speaking at an event shouldn’t just be about the people in the room. Too often keynote speakers focus on the speech and not how to optimize it for maximum effect. In fact, how you optimize your talk/discussion/teaching will be the difference between being solidly booked or being soon forgotten. What speaking tips must you plug into your next keynote speaking venue? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

  • 00:34

    Brand Strategy: How to Strategically Cultivate and Evolve Your Personal and Busi

    in Entrepreneur

    Brand management is a integrated marketing communication (IMC) practice in marketing that includes analysis and planning on how your unique brand is positioned in the market, which target audience the brand is targeted toward, while sustaining a desired reputation of your brand. Who are you? What defines your business? How are you perceived? What do you want to achieve? How do you strategically cultivate and evolve your personal and business brand? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

  • 00:31

    Entrepreneur Strategy: Extraordinary Entrepreneurial Trick 2015

    in Entrepreneur

    What one trait do the world's most notable entrepreneurs share in common? What attribute will keep you in the game even after the whistle blows? Pressure, conflict, stress, confusion, and unforeseen events and occurrences can attack you and your business without a nanosecond of notice. The truth about doing business is that the wheels can come flying off the track - catapulting you and your business into a deep and dark ravine. When it seems like you and your business are circling the drain, you can survive by changing the game - keeping the odds in your favor. So, then, what is the "Extraordinary Entrepreneurial Trick 2015?" That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

  • 00:31

    Relationship Strategy: Marketing Automation vs. Personal Touch 2015

    in Entrepreneur

    As entrepreneur's, we are all familiar with Ron Popeil's infomercial catch phrase, "Set it and Forget it," right? We are also equally familiar with "Push-Button" this and "Easy Button" that, right? So who wins between marketing automation or practicing a personal touch customer relation process? Who casts the final vote on this all-essential head-to-head battle between woman/man vs. robot relative to sustaining a connective love affair between company and consumer? To survive in business today, you have to be flexible and postured to adopt technology and processes that elicit efficiency. People and processes have to move quickly if you want to exceed the needs and demands of customers. That’s why across the business landscape we’re using marketing automation more than ever before. It’s the only way to keep up with expectations and demands; or is it? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

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