- Quicken Loanspresent
- leads several marketing, innovation and product development efforts for the nation’s largest online mortgage lender, Quicken Loans
- writes frequently about being more successful at work and life
- advises startups of all sizes on ways to dramatically grow revenue
- speaks to large groups on marketing strategies and tactics
In addition to providing expert marketing opinion in numerous mortgage industry publications, Regis’ work has been recognized by Forbes, Forrester Research, Money Magazine, US Navy, SproutSocial, Web Marketing Association, and the Word of Mouth Marketing Association.
Regis has 18 years of marketing experience advising Fortune 500 companies and startups in financial services, education, retail (e-commerce), automotive, tourism, and consumer products for consulting firms based out of San Francisco, New York, and Detroit.
Regis has been a guest contributor to several media outlets and blogs – including Marketing Pilgrim, Unconventional Thinking, and Zing. A frequent public speaker at conferences and various industry groups, Regis has also been a university guest lecturer and executive trainer on topics ranging from personal productivity to marketing strategy. His work was featured in the book “The Persona Lifecycle – Keeping People in Mind Throughout Product Design.”
Regis is an active fundraiser and has architected experimental social media campaigns such as Tweet for ALS, raising over $70,000 in under 14 days for the national ALS Association. He has also been an advisor to several non-profits on ways to attract more donations using best practices in Internet marketing.
1. Achieve things that seem impossible or unattainable?
2. Convert a lack of resources into a great cause or movement?
3. Recruit people to take action based on your cause or project?
Then you have to take 26 minutes and watch the presentation from Tim Ferriss in the video!
Make time to check out this entertaining and insightful video on developing creativity, being “wrong,” and the public education system.
Some of my favorite ideas from the video and the times that they appear:
3:44 - “but nobody knows what God looks like…”
5:39 – on being prepared to be “wrong”
11:16 – why our system of public education was invented in the 19th century
13:10 – on what intelligence is made of
15:31 – fantastic story about Gillian Lynne
My favorite quote: “give what the greedy man won’t, and you’ll get what the greedy man wants.”
You have to give to receive. Dan discusses that idea and many more.
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