Bossome Experts of the Week

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It’s getting out of hand. Every day, we’re more and more blown away by the experts who sign up to offer their advice to our community at Clarity. Sure, we put them straight into the Search for you to easily find, but we knew we had to come up with a better way to let you know about the most notable experts as soon as they hit the market. We’ve found that when experts get too busy, they often raise their price, and the last thing we want is for you to miss out on savings. So…

Last week we sent out our ‘Marquis Experts of the Week’ to showcase five of our most impressive experts (not an easy decision) who signed up that week.

But we had a problem…

The word ‘Marquis’ didn’t do them justice. Our experts are better than that. So we changed the name to the “Most Inspiring Experts of the Week”. This was closer. But it still didn’t cut the mustard.

Our experts are awesome. The thing is, ‘Awesome’ is a tired, worn out word. Still not good enough.

‘Boss’ is a better word, and all the cool kids are using it, but it’s kind of thuggish. Not really our style.

Our team immediately consulted what any established, high-level, professional, dignified organization would reference – the Urban Dictionary – to find the perfect word to most precisely describe each week’s new experts:

We high-fived it out pretty hard when we found this. So now we have it, friends. Every week, you’ll receive “The Week’s Most Bossome Experts”. We hope you get a cosmic crapload of value out of these people- we know we have! If you missed last week’s bossomest, check them out here where we featured Ryan Holiday and Suli Breaks among a few others.

That said, without further ado, allow us to introduce this week’s Most Bossome Experts…

Erica Swallow

Erica Swallow

Top reasons to call her…

  1. Public Relations
  2. Journalism
  3. Media Relations
  4. Getting Press

Why we like her…

Wow. Where do we start? Previously, Erica managed the supported content program for Mashable and helped with the social media strategy for The New York Times. Her work has been published in Mashable, CNN, and Forbes among others. She’s been invited to speak at events all over the world like WOMMA Summit in Las Vegas, Social Marketers Summit in Prague, Social Media Brasil in San Paulo, and SXSW in Austin TX. And she’s going back to school for her MBA at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Why not, right? Have Erica show you a thing or two about creating buzz-worthy content.

Talk to Erica Swallow on Clarity


Andrew Davis

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Top reasons to call him…

  1. Advertising
  2. Public Speaking
  3. Marketing
  4. Television
  5. Overall Fashion Sense

Why we like him…

Andrew wears a bow tie. We dig that. He’s also worked for The Muppets in New York. Self-described as a bleeding-edge marketing futurist, this former agency exec’s 20-year career has taken him all the way to the Today Show. Spending most of his time speaking these days, Andrew leads the charge to change the way publishers think and how brands market their products. Hit up Andrew and ask him what he thinks about the future of marketing and what that means for your business.

Talk to Andrew Davis on Clarity


Beth Buelow

Beth Buelow

Top reasons to call her…

  1. Book Publishing
  2. Writing
  3. Coaching
  4. Public Speaking

Why we like her…

Beth has embraced her inner introvert and ran with it, publishing Insight: Reflections on the Gifts of Being an Introvert on Amazon. Stop by her site, The Introverted Entrepreneur, where she provides services for introverts and, “those who live/work/play with them.” It’s not easy to start a tribe of introverts – we liken it to inviting your vegetarian friends over to your rib cook-off, but she’s done it and done it well. If she can do that, we’re sure she can help you with whatever tribe you’re leading.

Talk to Beth Buelow on Clarity


Ahmad Nassri

 

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Top reasons to call him…

  1. Software Development
  2. Open-Source
  3. Web Services

Why we like him…

Ahmad is the author of various open-source libraries and tools used by thousands of developers world wide in companies such as Yahoo and CERN (yeah, the crazy people who play with nukes for a living). He’s known for his successful leadership skills and has managed projects that have benefitted thousands of companies and developers worldwide. Need help with anything in the area of development? Ahmad’s your guy.

Talk to Ahmad Nassri on Clarity


Tristan White

 

Tristan White

 

Top reasons to call him…

  1. Company Culture
  2. People Management
  3. Collaborative Leadership

Why we like him…

Tristan’s a physiotherapist who hails from Victoria, Australia. His expertise is work culture. In 2004, his company, The Physio Co, was one person with a vision to change senior healthcare forever. Today, it’s grown to over 55 team members and is one of the fastest growing businesses in the region, having been awarded Australia’s 8th best place to work. Ramp up your work culture and book Tristan for a call.

Talk to Tristan White on Clarity

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