Joey Womack has done an exceptional job developing his personal brand, in addition to founding Goodie Nation, a nonprofit agency that celebrates diverse founders and social entrepreneurs.
He’s been featured on Techstars, has been an instructor with General Assembly, plus he has over 13,000 followers on LinkedIn, and 57,000 followers on Instagram!
We’re diving into all things thought leadership today: why Joey is tactical about contributing content on LinkedIn and why we need to “get over ourselves” when it comes to sharing our voice in a bigger way with the world. As a founder, you have a responsibility to be a leader and to build a strong brand.
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Resources & Links
Connect with Joey on LinkedIn (be sure to mention the Missions to Movements Podcast when you reach out!) and learn more about his work at Goodie Nation. Tune in to his podcast, Why Relationships Matter.
Download the Hive Life Plan workbook.
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