This podcast episode is a little different than the rest. It’s a personal conversation with my good friend Jim Mitchem about some serious topics, ranging from battling cancer to remembering a dear mutual friend, Nathan Richie, who passed away June 16, 2018.
Jim is a branding consultant and award-winning senior copywriter who has convinced people to think differently about things for more than two decades.
Since 2002, Jim’s company, Smash Communications, has helped drive revenue for his clients via consistent messaging that elicits action across a range of media.
As Jim says, “Copywriting is my superpower.” He’s the author of several fictional books, including Minor King and Mongoose, as well as a non-fiction tribute to man’s best friend, Gone Dogs: Tales of Dogs We’ve Loved.
Jim is one of the most honest and kind people I know. I hope you’ll enjoy our conversation. Find out more about Jim at Quick Like Mongoose.
RIP, Nathan Richie.
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