20.09.2023
49min listen

How to Create a Brand that Stands Out For Both You and Your Company with Nick Thompson

20.09.2023
49min listen

How to Create a Brand that Stands Out For Both You and Your Company with Nick Thompson

Brand PositioningContent MarketingPersonal BrandingThought Leadership
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Nick Thompson shares his experience and insights as the CEO of The Atlantic. He joins Katie in this episode to talk about his experience building a brand for three different publications and himself. Nick also shares his fulfilling journey in the field of journalism and the many projects he has worked on over the years.

Get Mic’d is all about teaching individuals and company leaders how to make your brand notable. Here today to share his experience and insights is the CEO of The Atlantic, Nick Thompson. He’s joining Katie in this episode to talk about his experience building a brand for three different publications and himself. Nick also shares his fulfilling journey in the field of journalism and the many projects he has worked on over the years.

Join us for the first episode of Get Mic’d and learn some valuable lessons about building a notable company and personal brand from Nick today.

About Nick

Nicholas Thompson is the CEO of The Atlantic and the former Editor-in-Chief of Wired. Before becoming CEO, he was a contributing editor at CBS and CNN and a senior editor at The New Yorker. Nick is also the co-founder of The Atavist and is currently working on a project called Speakeasy.AI — truly someone who stands out in journalism and more.

Nick is a speaker known for his insights about technology. He has also written numerous articles and a book titled “The Hawk and the Dove: Paul Nitze, George Kennan, and the History of the Cold War” in 2009. He’s particularly known for his daily video series on LinkedIn about The Most Interesting Thing in Tech. Aside from writing, Nick also enjoys running.

You can learn more about Nick and his extensive work in the field of journalism on his website. You can also connect with him on his LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

 

Here are three reasons why you should listen to this episode:

  1. Hear Nick’s personal story about how he went from an unprepared college graduate to one of the biggest editors in the field of journalism.
  2. Learn about the different factors you need to consider to build a brand that stands out and cuts through all the noise.
  3. Gain insight from Nick’s wildly successful personal branding and daily video series.