Josh Robbs on the No Labels No Limits podcast

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A great interview with Sarah Boxx covering alignment, removing stress from marketing, Sir Mix a Lot, the importance of brand, and more.

A special thanks to Sarah Boxx for inviting me to her show. She’s such a strong, conversational interviewer that make me sound great.

Here’s the link to the show: 

Episode 82 – No Labels, No Limits podcast – with Josh Robbs

And here are some resources to extend the information in the show.

In the interview, Sarah and I mentioned my site Rust Belt Webworks. Well, I working on phasing it out and moving all of the important bits over to this site.

Why? Lack of alignment.

I have decided to double down on this idea of alignment as the core metric of business and marketing. The Rust Belt Webworks brand wasn’t ideal for that. A fresh idea needs a fresh brand. And this is it.

Even experienced marketers change their mind and direction. 

Thinking in Bets by Annie Duke is 1 of my favorite books of all time. I can’t recommend it strongly enough.

Here’s the link.

Work the System is another favorite of mine. The best part about it is that you can get it for FREE.

Here’s the link where you can learn more.

This is still a work in progress. It’s such a deep topic that it may always be a work in progress. The more I dig into the concept, the more it rings true and the deeper it gets.

I am starting a series of articles on the idea. Here is the first one.

Where does stress come from? Lack of alignment

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