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ian farrarIan Farrar

Sales professional Ian Farrar has over 20 years in global business development roles. Social evangelist Ian, founded the sales and marketing agency Far North and is the host of the UK’s number one diverse business podcast IndustryAngel.com.

In 2016 he was nominated for a European influencer award alongside Gary Vaynercuck and Tim Ferris and often speaks about his experiences that saw him fire himself from corporate life in 2015.

http://industryangel.com/podcasts/

Listen to “Featured Podcaster: Ian Farrar & The Industry Angel Podcast” on Spreaker.
Ian Farrar fired himself from corporate life in 2015 and he has loved helping people with sales and marketing. Since starting, he has been documenting his journey through his podcast.  He has a plan on being number one.  On this episode of the Podcaster’s Life, he talks about his guests as the unsung heros, his podcasting journey, the emotions around publishing, scheduling, challenges, and finding guests.

 

Previous Podcast Episode:  http://podcasterscoach.com/eric-rosenberg/

About the Author Alexander Laurin

Alexander Laurin is a Podcast Life Coach, and the Author of "The Book on Podcasting Success”. He is the world’s first authentic Podcaster’s Coach, a Career Coach, and a Certified Professional Life Coach with a membership to the International Coaches Federation. Alexander is a proponent of the effectiveness of podcasting as a tool for career growth, happiness, meaning, and personal fulfillment. Podcasts are bigger than downloads and dollars.

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  • Ian Farrar says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to be a guest on your show Alexander, I love your fantastically produced podcast!
    I have subscribed, rated and reviewed of course, I can’t wait to see this show take over the world of podcast coaching!
    You rock!

  • […] Check out this previous Podcaster’s Life episode:  http://podcasterscoach.com/ian-farrar/ […]

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