The most common type of question I get is: How did they do it?
How did they get the 5-figure speaking gig?
How did they land the interview in the media or on that amazing podcast?
What does it take to really, truly build a business and/or meaningful impact on your story and expertise?
The answer to that question is as varied as the people asking – and living out that story.
There are some key things that need to happen, though. You need to be willing to share yourself, even some of the stuff that scares you (it doesn’t have to be all of it!). You need to spend time knowing who you serve and how your story can best inspire them, teach them and move them to action.
Jill Griffin built an award-winning, remarkable corporate career. One where she had lunch with Oprah and got to meet President Barack Obama. She hung out with famous musicians. She also helped many world-class brands bring in even more customers and additional millions of dollars.
And she did all of that while hiding a traumatic brain injury that made doing her job so much harder than it had been before.
Already recognized as an expert in strengths-based leadership and career strategy, Jill decided to begin sharing more of her story in her speaking and thought leadership. This has led to opportunities and impact that have made her business and career even more successful and satisfying.
You’ll be both inspired by and served well through this conversation with Jill Griffin. Enjoy!
Jill Griffin, Career Strategist, Executive Coach & Invisible Disabilities Advocate
Jill Griffin’s executive career coaching, strategy, and innovation have generated multi-millions in revenue for the world's largest agencies, start-ups, and well-known brands.
For 20+ years, her approach to busting through the BS (which stands for belief systems) and building a culture from the strengths of both the team and leadership is responsible for creating repeated and consistent results. She has worked with the brands we all know and look up to, including Coca-Cola, Microsoft, Samsung, Mondelez, and Honda.
Advertising Age recognized Jill as one of the “25 Women to Watch” and was named one of the “50 Most Influential People in Content Marketing” by NewsCred. She’s also a two-time winner of AdWeek-Mediaweek's Media Plan of the Year.
As a founding member of 212, NY's Digital Advertising Club, Jill was a recent visionary award recipient along with the other founding members.
She’s written for HuffPost, Fast Company, Metro, and elsewhere. Jill has also appeared on the Worklife Podcast with Adam Grant. She’s been quoted by leading media outlets like AdWeek, Advertising Age, Forrester Research, The New York Times, Newscred, Newsday, MediaPost, MediaWeek, Departures, and The Wall Street Journal. She is the host of The Career Refresh Podcast.
Whether she’s working with startups, thought leaders, or renowned global organizations, Jill has sat on all sides of the table. She can blend cultures and help people feel understood while up-leveling their performance regardless of the environment.
Jill’s experience as an Executive Coach and a Gallup® Certified Strengths Coach has helped hundreds of individuals and organizations increase productivity, profit, and well-being through the creation of strengths-based cultures.
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