Sunday, December 29, 2013

FIR Presents Thought Leadership with Mitchell Levy and Michael Procopio, Episode 3: Dec 30, 2013

 Thought Leadership with Mitchell and Michael

Welcome to the third episode of Thought Leadership with Mitchell Levy and Michael J Procopio (hashtag #ThoughLeadership).

In this episode Mitchell and Michael interview Praba Murugaiah founder and CEO of TechFetch ( TechFetch is a site that connects “Top Jobs for Smart People”. Praba discusses his definition of thought leader, and speaking from the heart. Further how social  media is extending the reach of thought leadership and forcing us to put our messages in tweet size bites. And much more. You can connect with Praba at

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This episode was sponsored, in part, by, helping experts become thought leaders.

You can Connect with Mitchell at, @HappyAbout on Twitter, or join his Thought Leadership Best Practices Group on LinkedIn; and with Michael at, on Twitter:@MichaelProcopio; or LinkedIn:

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