05 Nov November 5, 2021 – Ugly Mug Wayne Mullins and Unfear Mark Minukas
Wayne Mullins – Founder of Ugly Mug Marketing
When we say ‘keep a customer,’ we don’t mean having them come
back every so often and buy. When I say ‘keep,’ we are going to be intentional about transforming them into evangelists.
Wayne Mullins, Founder of Ugly Mug Marketing, is a passionate entrepreneur committed to being remarkable and getting extraordinary results for his clients. Wayne directly influences 100,000+ entrepreneurs annually via his blog, books, and training programs. He is passionate about building a team that isn’t focused on checking off items on to-do lists and completing projects, but instead, on getting results for their clients. He loves helping entrepreneurs challenge their assumptions, create value from places they’ve never looked, and reach goals they never believed possible. His company’s name, Ugly Mug Marketing, stems from the belief that the results should never be compromised, not even for the sake of “good” design. Another aspect that makes Ugly Mug Marketing unique is the free advice given out on their blog, MarketingConfessions. Ugly Mug’s work has won the praises of some of the top bloggers and influencers such as Neil Patel, Single Grain Digital Media, and MilitaryAvenue.com. Mullins has also released a book titled, So You Have a Website…Now What?, which focuses on how a business can get the most out of their website.
Mark Minukas – Managing Partner of Co-Creation Partners and Author of Unfear: Transform Your Organization to Create Breakthrough Performance and Employee Well-Being
We can’t do away with fear, but we can
change the way we relate to it.
Mark Minukas is the managing partner of Co-Creation Partners. An engineer by training, he began his career as a Navy officer and member of the US Naval Construction Battalion (Seabees) and the Navy Dive Community. In 2005, he brought his experience and insights into the performance of engineered systems to McKinsey and Company, where he worked as a consultant and member of the Operations Practice. There, he mastered the technical aspect of organizational transformation and process improvement, as well as the cultural side of transformation. Since leaving McKinsey to join Co-Creation Partners, Mark has worked across multiple industries, including financial services, high tech, biotech manufacturing, IT services, and governmental offices, to deliver both top- and bottom-line improvements and build high-performing operations.