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Social Media influencer Ted Coiné

Social Media influencer Ted Coiné

Since 2008, “social media” as we knew it has changed and continues to morph into something much more than a form of entertainment or a way of doing business. It has given all of us the ability to connect on an intimate level that is so revolutionary that it has the ability to shift entire cultures and force individual transparency at a moments notice.

Not unlike a village, the internet has the ability to build relationships, offer purpose and enable like-minded people a place to gather and share. Ted Coiné, the co-author of “A World Gone Social”, believes that “profits as a direct result of putting people first” is a more human way to do business. 

Ted is the co-founder of Switch and Shift. He is a noted blogger and speaker who was recently named a Forbes Top 10 Social Media Power Influencer.

During or call we chat about how nimble and collaborative businesses will outlive their Industrial Age counterparts. Why in this new business climate, companies that change are not destined for extinction and how Social Media can ensure sustainability.

I particularly enjoyed the excellent “Robin Hood Syndrome” examples and how companies like Panera Bread received great benefit because one person did the right thing on so many levels.

Highlights ~

  • How social media inspires people to be transparent and authentic
  • The reframing of Social Media
  • Leading with purpose
  • Being fearlessly moral– The Robin Hood Syndrome


Offers and Gratitude ~

Ted is generously offering the first chapter of “A World Gone Social” . Check out Creative Warriors Offers Page where you can grab Ted’s offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.

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