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Being Flawsome!

with Erik Qualman



Erik Qualman is a renowned author, motivational speaker, and digital marketing expert. He has made significant contributions to the field of social media and its impact on business, education, and society as a whole. With his innovative ideas and insightful perspectives, Qualman has become a leading authority on the digital revolution and its transformative power.

Five-time #1 best-selling Author and keynote speaker Erik Qualman has performed in over 55 countries and reached 50 million people. He was voted the second-most likeable author in the world, behind Harry Potter’s J.K. Rowling.

His Social Economics work has been featured on 60 Minutes, in the Wall Street Journal, and used by the National Guard and NASA. Qualman is a current professor of digital leadership at Northwestern University, and his materials are used in over 500 universities. Qualman’s animation studio works with some of the world’s leading brands, including Disney, Oreo, Chase, and Cartier.

He is a former sitting professor at MIT and Harvard’s edX labs and has received an honorary doctorate for his groundbreaking work. Qualman is also the inventor of the bestselling board game Kittycorn. Most importantly, he’s still trying to live up to the “World’s Greatest Dad” coffee mug he received from his wife and two daughters.

“The power of social media is it forces necessary change.”

-Erik Qualman

Tune in to the latest episode of The EO Wonder Podcast, “Being Flawsome!” where host Kalika Yap engages in an inspiring conversation with the incredible Erik Qualman.

This episode is a captivating exploration of personal growth and self-empowerment that will leave you feeling motivated and ready to conquer the world!

In this thought-provoking episode, Erik Qualman delves into the power of authenticity and vulnerability. He challenges conventional notions of perfection and invites us to embrace our flaws as opportunities for growth.

As you listen to Qualman’s insightful anecdotes, you’ll discover how our flaws and failures can serve as catalysts for personal and professional growth. The conversation explores the importance of reframing our mindset and recognizing that our imperfections are what make us human, relatable, and ultimately remarkable.

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