Ep 25: The Truth About Tom Rhodes

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In This Episode

00:44 – The truth about why Kevin left the world of stand-up comedy

04:08 – The special gift you’ll receive for leaving a 5-star review on iTunes (this is the one and only time he’ll make this offer. It’s also disgusting and fake, but hilarious!)

9:05 – The simple flip-switch moment that had the biggest impact on Tom’s career… and how it helped him fill London’s Soho Theatre TWICE in one year

12:47 – The one item Steve Wozniak always smuggles through airport security without fail…

17:11 – The FBI’s most wanted list members Tom interviewed (and why he thinks the guy got screwed over)

31:40 – The comedian’s secret for sparking creativity on demand — the simple method Tom learned from another comic for reliably producing new content (this will guarantee you a flow of new ideas for your marketing)

35:11 – The fastest way to f*ck up a good joke

Resources Mentioned

http://www.tomrhodes.net/

The Truth About Marketing podcast is produced by James Clouser. Graphics by Cassie Clouser. Dan Ludgator writes those badass timestamp bullets. Special thanks to all of you for making this show happen.

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  • Andrew
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    Very funny and helpful stuff. I too am more of a pen and paper guy. I refine it when I transfer my notes to the computer. I also believe in incorporating humor into my marketing really helps the audience relax and be more receptive to the message. Great Interview Kevin!

  • Juho
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    Liked this one a lot, great insights about being true to yourself when crafting your messaging.. I’ve scrapped many a video when they didn’t feel like me. Still a work in progress… And yeap, education embedded in marketing is a true secret weapon, thanks for the reminder.

    I’m sure you’ve heard this by now but…
    “They laughed when I said I wanted to be a comedian… but they’re not laughing now!” 😉

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