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Jason Zook on Coming Out Of Your Shell: Giving Yourself Permission To Be Different

Jason Zook (formerly Jason Headsetsdotcom, Jason Sadler, and Jason SurfrApp) is an unconventional marketer, entrepreneur, and speaker. Tired of living a life that felt prescribed to him by society, Jason used his out-of-the-box thinking and ingenuity to create multiple profitable Internet-based businesses.

Jason created IWearYourShirt.com in 2008, a company that used sponsored t-shirts to promote over 1,600 businesses on social media, and then in 2012 and 2013, he auctioned off his last name to the highest bidders. In his book, “Creativity For Sale”, he shares his entrepreneurial story and gives practical advice for any creative professional looking to turn their passions into profit. Jason’s been featured on The Today Show, CBS Evening News, USA Today, and The New York Times.

Learn more about Jason at Jason Does Stuff

In this episode you will learn…

  • Getting Out Of The Grind Of Having To Sell Everything That You Create
  • The Result Of Constantly Looking At How Anybody Else Is Doing Anything
  • The Value Of Following A Path That’s Already Laid Down By Someone Else
  • The Importance Of Doing Something That Feels Congruent & Interesting To You
  • How To React When Things Go Wrong
  • Working Your Way Through A Negative Mindset
  • What To Do When You Don’t Know Anybody You Can Sell Your Products To
  • Jason’s Secret Weapon For Getting Things Done

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