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LOE 038 | Getting To Grips With PR w/ Linda Reed-Enever | Podcast

LOE 038 Getting to Grips with PR _ Linda Reed-Enever

Welcome to Episode 38 of Law of Effortlessness Podcast.  This week Shannon Bush talks with Publicist and Marketing Consultant Linda Reed-Enever. Linda lives and breathes publicity, driven by a genuine passion for connecting; everything from people to ideas.

Linda is the Principal Director at ThoughtSpot PR and Founder of Media Connections and Business Business Business. With her ‘can do’ attitude and entrepreneurial spirit she inspires and motivates as she connects people and opportunity. Linda’s innate ability to network and think on her feet has positioned her as a dynamic leader in the communications and marketing arena and often the marketing ‘go to’ girl.

Shannon and Linda talk candidly about PR and why you would use it in your business. Listen to this amazing podcast episode and reflect on what you do in your business and see if there are any tips and tricks you can pick up to bring some media attention to the valuable things you do as a business owner.  Linda’s full of practical tips and advice and she’s got the proven track record to back her teaching, so this is definitely worth a listen.

Mentioned Links and Links To Connect

Connect with Linda in these awesome places;

her Facebook page, Twitter, LinkedIn, You Tube and grab the fabulous resource Linda mentioned here.

Connect with Shannon in these places

Join the Thriving Entrepreneur Facebook group for women entrepreneurs

Her Facebook business page and on Instagram

Notable Quotes & Pearls Of Business and Life Wisdom

‘When you have nothing to share, that’s just a case of you not looking at your business.’

‘Step out of your business and look at it from the outside. Look at it as a third person. Treat your business as your client. If you can do that you can see the opportunities that are out there.’

‘Find the place where you are wanted. Its ok to say no.’

‘PR and marketing takes time. Its either your time or the publicist’s time.’

‘If you’re not doing anything, nothing will happen.’