The featured guest on episode 182 is Daniel Burrus. Daniel is recognized as one of the world’s leading technology forecasters and innovation experts. You can tap into his insights by listening to this episode. Another way to absorb his futurist ideas is by reading his seventh and latest book, The Anticipatory Organization.
On this episode, Daniel explains why he wrote his newest book, who it’s for, and why brands need to be anticipatory rather than reacting once there’s already a problem.
Daniel heads his own research and consulting firm, aptly named Burrus Research, where he monitors global advances in technology-driven trends to help clients profit from technological, social, and business forces that are converging to create enormous, untapped opportunities. He is a strategic advisor to executives at many companies including Cisco, Dell, DuPont, GE, Google, Microsoft, Oracle, the Pentagon, SAP and numerous others. He helps these companies develop game-changing strategies based on his proven methodologies for capitalizing on technology innovations.
Reacting to Problems Isn’t Good Enough
The book is based on Daniel’s online video learning system used by many major companies. The book allows him to share the principles with a bigger audience. Written for leaders, i.e., entrepreneurs, managers, VPs, etc., the reader is someone who wants to find the advantage in disruption and change.
Daniel points out how change is moving at an accelerated pace. Last year 34% of IBM’s revenue came from products and services that were impossible to do two years before. Reacting to problems is no longer good enough. Instead, brands need to be anticipatory. Referencing the subtitle, Turn Disruption and Change into Opportunity and Advantage, he goes on to describe the difference between hard and soft trends. Tune in to find out how the two open opportunities!Reacting isn't good enough. @danielburrus & @bernieborges show the benefits of #DisruptionClick To Tweet
The “New Model” is Imperative
Everyone says they’re transforming, but in reality, most are just changing. Daniel gives an example of the evolution of music delivery and how consumption has transformed over the years. He predicts that over the next five years we will transform every business process.
Daniel’s book expounds four sections of the new imperative to doing business:
- Know what’s next (see the future)
- Developing opportunities (must do’s)
- Shape the future (transform culture)
- Accelerate success (transform results)
The disruptors will follow this new model, and the disrupted will have to deal with the repercussions of not keeping up.
Transforming Culture, Not Changing Culture
Section three of The Anticipatory Organization is all about transforming culture. Daniel says, there is an unspoken war between the younger and older generations that needs to end now. He goes on to say that organizations need to be able to do a time travel audit of people. Their age doesn’t necessarily matter. Younger people can be past-oriented and older people can be future-oriented. In the book, you’ll learn “how to jump into their time zone and get permission to walk them into the future.”Find out what @danielburrus means by 'the time travel audit of people.' #disruption @bernieborgesClick To Tweet
The Anticipatory Organization includes a section called 25 Proven Strategies to Shape the Future. These are proven strategies that create transformational results. On this episode, you’ll learn how Daniel arrived at these 25 strategies.
Daniel has a special offer for listeners of the podcast. You can get a free hardback copy of the book at theaobook.com. All you’ll pay is the shipping charge!
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10 thoughts on “15 LinkedIn Profile Optimization Tips to Get Found This 2023”
My LinkedIn account was ranking on the first page for best mommys blog keyword quite a few years back and I didn’t have any idea. While working, I stumbled upon the Analytic section of LinkedIn and saw that most of the visitors are coming from search engine later on I realized that in my profile I’ve used “Mommy’s blog” word a lot of time and that is the reason why it was ranking well on SERP. This is how I came to know about SEO and I was also amazed by the fact that how easy it was to rank for competitive keywords back then. Anyways loved your article and please share more tips on SEO.
Thanks for sharing. The number of times you mention a word or phrase is still a factor for sure.
We love hearing tips as well as questions our reader, so keep them coming!
Should I change keywords overtime based on what’s popular on the internet?
There is a lot of value in this article, especially for those looking to improve their visibility on LinkedIn. My favorite of the fifteen tips shared in this article is number nine. I’ve observed that people with custom profile links, seem to get more attention than those who haven’t customized their LinkedIn profile URL. Interesting article, thank you for taking the time to put it together.
Customizing LinkedIn URLs create more visibility for sure! Thank you, Bret.
I agree with the recommendations, they are a very important part of our strategy on LinkedIn, it can give confidence to potential customers (or leaders when someone is looking for a job).
People shouldn’t underestimate keywords on their LinkedIn profile! This helped potential buyers to find me on LinkedIn more easily when they searched for certain products and/or services. Thanks Viveka!
Thank you for another great blog post. For the alt text and/or naming images, do you mean two to three different keyword phrases as a maximum, like this?
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Or can you add more keyword phrases than this?
Hey David – I honestly don’t know the efficacy of adding more keywords than that. I would stick with what you have above.
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