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Marketing Mastery: Breaking Down Agency Growth

Dive into an energizing discussion on the simplicity of work attire, the nuances of office culture, and the riveting journey of climbing the corporate ladder in digital marketing. From wardrobe hacks to the intricacies of acquisitions and the essence of agency success, this episode is a treasure trove for keen minds!

Here are a few topics we’ll discuss on this episode of Masters in Marketing Agency Podcast.

  • Sweatshirt and white polos for weeks!
  • Why choose consistent clothing?
  • Tactical decision-making power talk.
  • How a chance dinner talk led to a job.
  • Transforming from peer to president.
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  • 56:35 – It’s ’cause I think it’s so important. But you know, I always use the diner example. When you go to a restaurant that has everything under the sun on the menu, it usually means nothing is that great there. As opposed to when you go to those fine dining restaurants, and there’s like three things on the menu, you know, that there’s services or in this case, the food is probably a lot better per service or dish. So I think and to your point, we’ve talked to a few marketing agencies that their aim was to be that full service, and then they realize they’re kind of diluting all the services and not providing the best service for their clients. So, you know, I think that’s worth mentioning.
  • 22:03 – Amelia: And that, not to say we haven’t had our fair share of disagreements, but I think the trust is built there at this point that we can disagree and get into it and then the next day be like, I’m fine. I’m over it now.
    Josh: Well that was literally gonna be kind of my next question, which is like, does that ever get frustrating or is that kind of just how it should be? ’cause you know, I think there’s a lot of power when it comes, I call it like diversity and thought.
  • 33:57 – Your kind of production work doesn’t really have much to do with your managerial skills. You know, I think, you have to be self-motivated. Like you have to be a problem solver and you have to just be a little tenacious. Like, I mean, stuff gets rough sometimes and you have to go home and be like, I’m gonna do it one way or the other, I’m going to do it. And sometimes people just don’t have those qualities and I don’t think you can make someone be that person.
  • 38:32 – I call it like Aristotle’s mean, or Aristotle’s, I forget, but it’s this idea that everyone tends to bounce up and down. Whether it’s happiness, it can go into politics, it can go into anything and people bounce. ‘Cause what they do is they identify that there’s an issue, maybe everyone’s upset so they try to go the other way and they usually go too far and then they identify that too far and then they come back. And the more someone can kind of close that, that gap or that parabola, that tends to be the better solution. So I think that was, a really good point.
  • 42:36 – The beginning stage is mainly like, how are you doing? Are you getting the concepts like do you like it here? Do I mean frankly like, do we like you here? And so it’s kind of us trying to suss out like the skills that maybe you can’t interview about during that 90 days.