Social Media that Supports Architects with Jeff Echols

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Jeff Echols, of EntreArchitect, helps support small firm entrepreneur architects with free leadership and business education online.

In April 2020, Jeff started a daily livestream show called Context & Clarity LIVE as a means for architects to connect and support each other through the COVID pandemic.

He also hosts the Build Your Brand Podcast, a mini-series exploring how the best brands in the world think and act differently.

In this episode,

Jeff shares his experiences on how social media content can influence the architecture community. Topics include:

  • Advantages of doing livestream
  • Why you should give free resources/content with no expectations
  • And his biggest takeaway on how architects can improve their leadership mindset

While networking with architects all over the world in over 500 podcasts, he has great insight into the world of small firm architects and the content they find most valuable.

Context & Clarity is a podcast, livestream, and conversation on the Clubhouse app.

Join the daily Context & Clarity livestream on the EntreArchitect Community Facebook Group

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