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The Marketing Book Podcast: "The Non-Obvious Guide to Virtual Meetings and Remote Work" by Rohit Bhargava

The Non-Obvious Guide to Virtual Meetings and Remote Work (When You Just Can't Be There in Person) by Rohit Bhargava

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Rohit Bhargava is on a mission to help the world be more open-minded by teaching others how to be non-obvious thinkers.

He is the founder of the Non-obvious Company and is an entertaining, original and “non-boring” keynote speaker on innovation and trust.

He previously spent 15 years in leadership roles at two renowned ad agencies: Leo Burnett and Ogilvy.

Rohit is the Wall Street Journal best selling author of six books and has been invited to deliver keynote presentations in 32 countries around the world (and with this appearance becomes the second member of The Marketing Book Podcast 6-Timers Club). 

And interesting fact: Rohit is a life-long lover of the Olympics!




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Douglas Burdett
Douglas Burdett
The Principal and Founder of Artillery, Douglas Burdett is a former artillery officer and Madison Avenue ad man. He also hosts The Marketing Book Podcast, where he interviews authors every week about the latest in modern marketing and sales.

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