Thought Leadership with Mitchell Levy and Michael Procopio, Episode 38: Aug 30, 2014

Thought Leadership with Mitchell and MichaelIn this episode of Thought Leadership with Mitchell and Michael (#TLL) we interview

In this episode, Mitchell and Michael talk with #ThoughtLeader Jim Cahill. Jim (@JimCahill) is Chief Blogger of Emerson Process Experts, for Emerson’s Process business. Leads the social marketing efforts for Emerson Process Management, the largest of the Emerson business segments was our guest.

Jim CahillHonored with BtoB magazine’s 2010 social media blog award. More about Jim at

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Posted by Michael Procopio on 09/05 at 11:14 AM
  1. Part of my successful as a leader and as an entrepreneur is the fact that I take the time to follow and emulate the leaders in my industry. I think that by following the wins and mistakes of others we can learn so much. I have been following the career of Joel Hyatt for the last few years and have found him to have an excellent balance between work and life successful. Here is a link to his LinkedIn profile:

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