Margot Bloomstein is a brand and content strategy consultant. And author of an interesting book titled, “Trustworthy: How the Smartest Brands Beat Cynicism and Bridge the Trust Gap.” Now hearing that title you might think that this episode is about branding and marketing. As I read Margot’s book it struck me that the same techniques that brands use to connect and build trust with their buyers applies to B2B sellers as well. And building your own personal brand as a trusted advisor. We dive into the 3 main elements of trustworthiness that Margot describes: (1) Voice; (2) Volume; and (3) Vulnerability. And what each of those mean for individual sellers and how they connect and interact with buyers.
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