The Marketing Podcast with Steve Miller

Steve Miller, a guest on the Duct Tape Marketing PodcastIn this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Steve Miller. Meetings and Conventions magazine calls Steve Miller the Idea Man for his unconventional, dangerous, no-spin approach to marketing and branding. He is the author of the Amazon #1 bestseller, “Unedited: How to Create an Unfair Advantage over Your Competition.” Steve’s speaking and consulting clients range from entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 corporations, including Procter & Gamble, Grestar Real Estate, Caterpillar, Boeing Airplane, Starbucks, Philips Electronics and the prestigious TED conference. We’re talking about his latest book — Stealing Genius: The Seven Levels of Adaptive Innovation.

Key takeaways:

Improvement is not innovation and innovation is essential if your goal is to survive in today’s business environment. Fixing your mind on progress in today’s world is a dangerous path—one that ultimately leads to commoditization and irrelevance. In this episode, I talk to author, Steve Miller, about innovation in today’s business world by creating powerful, replicable experiences for your target customer.

Questions I ask Steve Miller:

  • [2:34] What does ‘Stealing Genoese’ mean?
  • [6:29] What is adaptive innovation?
  • [9:39] How do you advise people?
  • [14:43] What are some ways to know if something innovative is going to be a big risk and not turn off customers?
  • [16:23] Do you have examples of companies that you think are consistently good at innovation?
  • [19:06] Where can people learn more about you and your work?

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