Guest 1: Bryan Falchuk has an inspiring story; he went from being obese and depressed to running marathons. He’s faced nearly losing his wife to illness while their young son watched. He became vegan in just one day. He got his masters from a top school and rose to a senior executive position in a successful business. And now he’s a best-selling author and contributor to Inc Magazine. He’s transformed his life and developed an approach to help others do the same that he teaches in his best-selling book “Do a Day”, and he’s here today to share that philosophy with all of you.

Website: http://www.doadaybook.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/doadaybook
Twitter: http://twitter.com/doadaybook & http://twitter.com/newbodi
Instagram: http://instagram.com/doadaybook & http://instagram.com/newbodi
Inc Magazine: http://www.doadaybook.com/inc

Guest 2: ​Jay Izso, Author of “Got Social Mediology? Using Psychology to Master Social ​​​​​​Media for Your Business without Spending a Dime.”, Speaker, Social Mediology Consultant

Twitter: ​​@internetdoctor

Website: ​www.socialmediology.com/

Topic:​ What’s New In Social Media

Jay Izso, aka The Internet Doctor, is a nationally recognized expert on the psychology of social media, and is an expert observer of the companies and participants in the social media arena.

It only takes one town hall meeting to know that democracy is a messy process. With social media as the democratization of mass communication, it only takes one visit to Twitter to know that a social media is massively messy process.

In the last year alone, the changes by the social media platforms and the vehemence of the participants have not only responded to the world news, but also become the news. While the “wisdom of the crowd’ may be anything but wise, it is none-the-less in our faces on a daily, if not hourly, basis in what is often a 3-way race to the bottom between literacy, decency, and common sense.

About The Book: In a world where non-fiction books often go out of date faster than milk, “Got Social Mediology” is the exception. Jay Izso’s work not only exposes the psychology behind social media, but remains a relevant “how to” text for effective use of this dynamic medium. For more information about Jay or his book and consulting, visit www.socialmediology.com.

1 Jay Izso
2 Bryan Falchuk