23 Nov November 23, 2020 – Virtually Limitless Trey Carmichael and Agile Marketing Jim Ewel
Trey Carmichael – Founder and CEO of Virtually Limitless Entrepreneur Community
By syndicating your content to all the platforms, you create what
we like to call omnipresence, which is the ability to engage with
prospects when, where and how they want to be engaged.
Trey Carmichael is the Founder of Virtually Limitless, the CEO of Carmichael Business Solutions and Limitlessware, as well as an international bestselling author in multiple categories. From hustling kids in the hallway with candy to starting a non-profit and selling drugs in high school, and then working with business owners since he was just 18 years old, Trey has been doing business in some way, shape, or form since he was a child. He has an incredible story of overcoming drug addiction, depression, and brutal mental health diagnose. Trey also hosts the Virtually Limitless Podcast, where he interviews impact-driven entrepreneurs, with a mission to help people take the leap and make moves in their life no matter where they come from. Trey has just launched his new book, Limitless Expansion Secrets: LES because we all want to work less, which covers everything you need to know to design and nurture a thriving and profitable business from the ground up.
Jin Ewel – President and Founder of Agile Marketing.NET and Co-Author of the Agile Marketing Manifesto
The responsibility of marketing is to change people’s behavior.
Marketing is about identifying the behaviors that lead to the
business outcomes that we want.
Jim Ewel is one of the earliest and most passionate advocates for Agile Marketing. He began blogging about Agile Marketing in 2010, co-organized the first meeting of Agile marketers called SprintZero, and co-authored the Agile Marketing Manifesto. Jim was also one of the expert consultants in the creation of the first Agile Marketing certification from IC-Agile. Today, his blog is one of the most trusted sources on Agile. Jim is also an accomplished CEO and marketing executive. He spent 12 years at Microsoft, where he was VP of Server Marketing, working on products such as Windows NT Server, Microsoft SQL Server, and Windows 2000. Currently, Ewel runs an Agile marketing consultancy, where he has helped over 60 organizations adopt this futureproof approach to marketing. His new book, The Six Disciplines of Agile Marketing: Proven Practices for More Effective Marketing and Better Business Results, provides a concise, approachable, and adaptable strategy for the implementation of Agile in virtually any marketing organization.