Episode 18 – More Pearls of Wisdom with Frank Swoboda and Corner Booth Media – Part B

This segment is the second part of an episode aired earlier this year.  The wealth of information was so great, there was no way to contain it in just episode!  Join me for Part B of my conversation with Frank Swoboda and Corner Booth Media.

Corner Booth began in 2001, with the simple idea that whoever tells the best story, wins. But successful brands only happen with a plan.

For 15 years they’ve created captivating and memorable video stories that get their clients noticed. Their work has been honored with countless awards, but the biggest achievement is when their stories connect clients to the communities they serve. That’s the true measure of a successful brand.

They’ve grown companies, raised millions for non-profits, moved thousands of hearts and changed countless minds, story by story.

Corner Booth’s founder, creative director, writer, producer and media consultant, Frank Swoboda brings a wealth of talent and experience to every project. Frank wrote and produced the feature film The Basket, Movie Guide’s Family Film of the Year in 2000.

He also secretly thinks he’s Frank Sinatra…and sings like him, too.  And as a long-time friend and former singing companion, I know this to be true!

Learn more about Frank and Corner Booth Media at www.cornerboothmedia.com

About the author, Michael

I am an executive leader, sales trainer, and author, with over 25 years of experience delivering motivational speeches and training sessions to audiences worldwide. I have a unique range of experience, from my beginnings as a Catholic school teacher to managing hundreds of people and hundreds of millions of dollars as Vice President of US Sales for two global medical device companies.

In 2016, I published my first book, Tell Me More, to share my leadership mantra. Through a strategy of active listening and observational questioning, we become better leaders, better sales people, and we can deliver on phenomenal customer experiences. Through this podcast, we’ll see how the Tell Me More process is at work in the business world today.

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