103 minutes | Dec 6th 2020

Bernard Edwards BAE Consulting Group

On this episode of the Jason Cavness Experience I talk to Bernard Edwards BAE Consulting Group

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We talk about the following

The importance of combining your personal brand, employer brand and social media

The rise of @dogface208 and the effects of his viral TikTok video

Old Fashioned

Growing up in Europe

Bernard’s Bio

I write, speak, and consult in Product Management, Lifestyle Design, and the Future of Work.

As a former United States Air Force surgical team manager and program director, I spent my military career leading and mentoring many of the world's brightest and bravest savers of life and limb.

Since retiring from the Air Force I have been blessed to be featured in the PBS documentary “The Next Mission”, lead Influencer Marketing Initiatives, partner with a Multi-million Dollar Real Estate Team and the EXP Realty Brokerage, appear on multiple satellite radio and podcast shows, brand strategize and growth-hack for multiple projects, and speak on numerous stages of universities, companies, military installations, and organizations around the world.

My mantra is find the space in between your PASSION & PURPOSE, and PIVOT towards it, no matter many times it takes or how many times it changes.

Bernard’s Social Media

Bernard’s website: https://bernardedwards.me/

Bernard’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/bernardstweets

Bernard’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bernardedwards.me/

Bernard’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bernardalexanderedwards/

Bernard’s Gift and Advice

I will tell the listeners to go check out just based on what we've been talking about. Go check out two books. One is the four hour workweek by Timothy Ferriss. It's a really great book about geo arbitrage and about lifestyle design. The other book, I would say is Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk. That book is all about providing value to others before basically asking them for value.

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