It’s the 4th and last day of our live broadcast here at Inbound 2017 in Boston! Keep up with our broadcast throughout the day by following us on Twitter, @helloroketto.
INBOUND 2017 is all over. I had a wonderful time, met a ton of cool people, learned a lot, and am coming home with a boat load of key takeways to implement into Roketto. I'm officially a big fan of INBOUND, and I'm already looking forward to returning in 2018. If you have any questions about my experience or want to learn more about Roketto, give me a shout. Thanks for tuning in!
John Cena explains why no one's seen him, ever. And that very thing has earned him 16 world championships. In his talk he explains why you need to know your job and be the best at it while providing examples of how he does this very thing for the WWE.
Ran into Dharmesh Shah after Larry's session. Turns out he was a big fan as well! After taking a selfie with Larry, he took a picture of Dharmesh and I. I fumbled a bunch of a words that probably made no sense, but it was a cool moment nonetheless. Plus Larry accidentally took a funny selfie of himself when I passed him the camera 🙂
My favourite session, for many reasons. Larry Kim put on an awesome presentation. It t was funny, it had awesome slides, and best of all the content was amazing. Larry gave us real hacks to spot, create, and capitalize on the unicorns in your content marketing strategy. Plus I got a selfie with him afterwords 🙂 Thanks Larry!
Ed Catmull is the president and co-founder of Pixar. His inspirational talk dug into embracing failure and tearing down barriers that stagnate creativity,while of course relating it all back to his experiences and successes at Pixar and Disney.
Let's get started 🙂