How to pick the brain of a marketing legend, blog article written by Ted Prodromou

Don't you hate it when someone tries to pick your brain? 

They keep asking question after question. 

I usually answer a question or two when people ask me for advice. 

I draw the line at two freebies before I invite them to invest in my Laser Coaching sessions. 

I'll gladly let you pick away for 30 minutes. 

What if you had the opportunity to pick the brain of one of the top marketers for 60 minutes without investing a penny? 

Well, here's your chance. 

This month, Tom Ruwitch and I are reading Overdeliver by Brian Kurtz. 

Since Tom and I are both members of his Titans Xcelerator mastermind, Brian agreed to join us live on this month's call. 

In case you don't know Brian, he's a marketing legend. 

Brian spent 34 years helping build Boardroom Inc. into one of the most successful and respected direct marketers ever. 

During his tenure at Boardroom, Brian was responsible for the mailing of close to 2 billion pieces of direct mail (and, no, he did NOT lick every stamp!). 

Under Brian's marketing leadership, Boardroom sold millions of subscriptions and tens of millions of consumer, health, and business-related books. 

>>> Pick Brian's mind 

In case you don't have time to read Overdeliver, Tom and I will fill you in. 

You can pick Brian's mind on Thursday, October 26th at 11 AM Pacific/2 PM Eastern. 

See you on the call. 


About the author 

Ted Prodromou

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