Yesterday we brought you Debbie Allen, business brand strategist and author. She discussed the virtues of carving out a niche for yourself and getting ready for a future that’s going virtual. (If you missed Debbie, go back and listen here.)
But not even the expert on expertise can do everything herself. Debbie has had some help along the way, and like the best of them, she knows how instrumental that help can be.
1. Peggy McColl
Peggy teaches people how to write best-selling books. I hired her as a mentor to help launch my own book on Amazon. We sat down in her kitchen, in Canada, and the advice she gave me eventually helped me achieve my goal of making the book a hit.
2. Mari Smith
Mari is a Facebook expert and has reached celebrity level with it. She’s risen to the top of her field by knowing how to exploit algorithms and get on people’s feeds at just the right time. There’s no one better than Mari at what she does.
3. Tom Antion
I’ve known Tom almost 20 years. He’s brilliant at marketing and launched one of the first websites designed to help people get their companies’ names out. He’s without question an expert in my book.