Ep 38: Key Takeaways from Our First 40 Episodes
This week, we’re flipping the script as DSN Founder and CEO Stuart Johnson interviews host Wayne Moorehead to talk about some of the key takeaways and insights he’s gathered over 40 recorded interviews.
Since the launch of the podcast 18 months ago, our audience has grown steadily and today Direct Approach is honored to have more than 13,500 unique downloads and growing.
At the recent Direct Selling University Fall 2022 event, we mixed it up and asked Wayne to sit in the guest’s chair to share some of his more important learnings with us. In this candid conversation from the DSU stage, you’ll learn more about how the podcast began and hear about some of Wayne’s most memorable moments.
Then Wayne talks about some of the trends that corporate leaders have shared during these bi-weekly episodes, including such topics as the rise of social selling, the importance of self-care for leaders, how the nature of competition is changing—and what that means for the channel.
We know you’re going to enjoy this one-on-one between Stuart and Wayne, and are happy to give you a front-row seat to one of DSU’s highest-ranked sessions.
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And now that you’ve been listening to the podcast for more than 18 months, we want to hear from you.
This week, we’re releasing a listener survey to learn how we can better serve you through the Direct Approach podcast. Tell us what episodes you’ve gained the most value from and what you’d like to hear more about. We look forward to your input so we can provide you with the best podcast experience possible.
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Wayne Moorehead has deep experience in marketing and brand strategy. He has applied his expertise and passion to help companies (from startups to Fortune 100) define, communicate and activate their brands. Wayne’s rare blend of experience and success has shaped his philosophy on effective growth strategies, and he believes the future of the channel will blend the best of direct selling with the best of direct-to-consumer.