This week, I interview Yann Ilunga. And we talk about music. And podcasting. And business opportunities, when speaking several languages. Then, we go back to the essentials. We talk about how crucial it is to care about the audience. The people that cherish you, like you, trust you and talk about you. A nice conversation, from Montreal to Finland. Enjoy! If you want to know more about Yann: www.yannilunga.com/community http://media.blubrry.com/crushyourcompetitors/p/traffic.libsyn.com/marketintocrushyourcompetitors/Episode242YI_mixage_final.mp3Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS
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