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Extraordinary people are all around us and their unique experiences can give us invaluable insights into the human experience. On Shareable, we bring on guests to discuss business, technology, relationships, humanity, self-improvement, culture, race, gender and more... These conversations are intended to be shared so, I guess you could say this show is...Shareable.
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May 15, 2017

Hello Shareable listeners, it's already mid-May! It's our 21st episode! Jason Falls is on Shareable! Jason Falls is a digital strategist and sought after speaker with a unique focus on conversation data. He's spoken in seven countries and on three continents. He also consults with large and small companies on digital marketing. In his spare time, he's engineering a startup called The Conversation Research Institute, which conducts market research for companies by analyzing online conversations and social media. Jason is a noted early adopter and influencer in the social media marketing space, who's speaking resume dates back to the mid-2000s. He loves the Pittsburgh Pirates; holds season tickets for his local pro soccer team; has two awesome kids; and describes bourbon as his spirit animal, plant, and mineral. Today, Jason and Jeff talk about the path to success. They link ego, humility, likability, fear of the unknown, and communication skills back to their own successes. They also share gripes about changing technology and their willingness to adapt, while remaining up-to-date. This episode hits on key anxieties that we all have about achieving success. So if you're feeling anxious about any of these things, take a listen from two dudes that have been there.

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