Marketing Podcast with Jason Feifer
In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Jason Feifer. Jason Feifer is the editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine and the author of the book — Build for Tomorrow: An Action Plan for Embracing Change, Adapting Fast, and Future-Proofing Your Career.
The moments of greatest change can also be the moments of greatest opportunity. We experience change in four phases. The first is panic. Then we adapt. Then we find a new normal. And then, finally, we reach the phase we could not have imagined in the beginning, the moment when we realize that we wouldn’t go back. In this episode, I talk with the editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine, Jason Feifer, about how to make change happen on your own terms.
Questions I ask Jason Feifer:
- [1:19] What does an editor-in-chief at a magazine actually do?
- [3:23] Your book is essentially about embracing change, and there are four phases. As I was reading I saw panic and adaptation, and that sort of reminded me how that’s exactly what we’ve been doing these last two years — right?
- [6:28] Would you say that when you read and write things you’re always looking to answer the question – “where’s the insight in this?”
- [10:30] You talk about the payoff for change being – you wouldn’t go back. Could you describe that idea and then share what a wouldn’t go back moment for you?
- [13:35] What would you say is one of the greatest benefits of change?
- [19:24] What do you mean by future-proofing your career?
- [23:54] Where can people connect with you, learn more about your work, and grab a copy of your book?
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