How to Inspire Others


In this week’s episode, we really dig into what it means to be an authority that inspires others and what the characteristics of an educator and advocate are.

We’ll discuss what to do, and more importantly, what not to do when you aim to inspire people to follow you or see things in a certain light.

We’ll explain how you can inspire people not only to listen to you, but also want to do business with you or refer others to you.

You will discover why showing your vulnerabilities will help you seem more human and easier to relate to.

Get ready for some simple but highly effective tips that will help you become the type of individual and communicator that others will want to follow.

“The people that are the most inspiring are the ones that are open to being inspired themselves.”


Joel Osteen: 

A Book by Tony Dungy: Quiet Strength: The Principles, Practices, and Priorities of a Winning Life 


About the author

Brian Ainsley Horn

Brian Ainsley Horn is considered to be the “pioneer of authority marketing”, which has exploded in popularity recently. His unique methods have been talked about and covered on The Howard Stern Show, Wall Street Journal, ABC, Perez Hilton, CBS News , Forbes, Advertising Age and dozens of other media outlets. Brian is the co-founder of the consulting firm, Authority Alchemy, and also writes for Huffington Post and Entrepreneur Magazine about authority marketing and personal branding.

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