Interview with Susan Bratton – CEO, Co-founder Personal Life Media

elegantworkflow.com, dave ginsberg, consulting, cloud migration, digital asset management, workflow design, technology updates, Open Stack, user centric solutions, interviews, industry leaders, best practices, editing, DAM, MAM, SAN, NAS, SAAS, PAAS, technology solutionsSusan Bratton is a champion and advocate for every man and woman who desires a passionate relationship.

An author, award-winning speaker and serial entrepreneur, Susan teaches from her own experience of watching her sex life diminish once the honeymoon phase was over. While she and her husband pursued dynamic careers, their intimacy withered. After they hit an emotional crisis point, the couple made a fierce commitment to do whatever it took to keep their family together and revive their marital passion.

That is when her mission to put more passion in peoples’ love lives was born: she would provide the antidote to inexperience, sexual boredom and infrequency by creating sexy sex ed programs that anyone could access from home. . . or even the bedroom.

She has published a collection of online courses, many of which she gives away free of charge through her Insider’s Club newsletter and website at http://personallifemedia.com.

Susan is Chair Emeritus of the ad:tech conference and sits on the Board of Directors of ZEDO, Inc. She’s a Silicon Valley Woman of Influence, a DEMO God and has been featured in The New York Times and on CNBC as well as appearing on ABC, CBS and NBC as the “Marriage Magician.” She lives on beautiful Mt. Tamalpais in Marin, California with her husband and their teenage daughter.

In our interview, we discuss the world of podcasting and how to make money, the power of mastermind groups and how she uses her own custom infrastructure for product distribution.


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Interview with Susan Bratton – CEO, Co-founder Personal Life Media

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