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Publicity The Right Way With Susan Young

In this episode of Creatives Crushing Anxiety, I interview the founder of Get In Front Communications, Susan Young. We dive into so many wonderful things in this episode. If you have been struggling with your elevator pitch, making connections when networking or going in circles on how to get your messaging right then this episode is for you.

In this episode:

  • She talks about her interview with Yanis Krums.
  • How we all have the platform to get our content out there and how we all have the power now.
  • The biggest change she has seen in PR.
  • How you can get past the rejectionists when trying to connect with people.
  • What frustrates her about the industry.
  • Why she doesn’t listen to the news before bed.
  • What is a big problem she has seen when working with entrepreneurs?
  • How long it should take you to get your pitch across.
  • Why we need to deal with the negative messages in our head.
  • The biggest mistake she sees when people make their elevator pitch.
  • How to write your elevator pitch.
  • The before and after she sees working with her clients.
  • The driving force behind the San Antonio Women’s Entrepreneur Association and how they keep it a community women entreprenuers want to be apart of.
  • Her rule about giving out business cards.
  • The advice her mother gave her when she wanted to give up.
  • Her advice on being present and listening.
  • Her favorite quote and how it can help you personally and professionally.

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Susan Young

Susan Young is the CEO of Get in Front Communications, an 18-year-old PR and communications training company. Susan is an award-winning radio news reporter, PR entrepreneur, storyteller and speaker. She works with business owners who want to gain the confidence to self-promote and increase their visibility, credibility and revenue. Susan is a certified practitioner in NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP), the breakthrough communication, sales and psychology model that’s used by CEOs, world leaders, politicians and top athletes. Susan has been named “One of the Top 75 Badass Women on Twitter.”



You can find Susan here: 

Get in Front Communications, Inc. 
Facebook Susan Young Media
Facebook – Get In Front Communications 
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Now tell me:

  • What has your experiences with networking events been?
  • Do you have your elevator pitch down?
  • What is a piece of wise advice you’ve gotten from a family member?
  • What was your favorite thing about the episode?