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The Secret Fears of the Modern-Day CEO

Is there really such a thing as a “fearless leader?” CEOs, expected to lead their company forward, often present themselves as bulletproof. But running a business can be unnerving and filled with unspoken fears.

On this podcast episode of Radically Transparent, CEO and Oktopost Co-Founder, Daniel Kushner reveals his secret fears of being a modern-day CEO and exposes some of his greatest vulnerabilities as a leader.

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[Disclaimer: Show was taped in an up and coming new studio and the audio quality presents a slight echo every now and then coming from the host. If you’re a super-fan of the show you’ll still listen, but be warned.]

More About Daniel Kushner

Daniel is a serial entrepreneur, B2B marketing expert, and social media enthusiast. With more than a decade of experience leading marketing and sales organizations in global tech companies, his latest venture is Oktopost, the only social media management and employee advocacy platform designed for B2B companies. As the CEO of Oktopost, he’s helping B2B Marketers measure the true business value of social media marketing.

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Radically Transparent is one of Oktopost’s popular original podcast shows on our channel, B2B Marketing Now and famous for asking marketing and sales leaders radical questions about what keeps them up at night, professionally.

Created and hosted by Jennifer Gutman, Oktopost’s very own Director of Social Strategy, each episode features a B2B marketing leader to share their radically transparent truths behind being a modern day marketer using social media to grow ideas, take risks, and impact change.

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