Episode Number 92Andrew Davis on Coworking

Andrew Davis’ 20-year career has taken him from local television to The Today Show. He’s worked for The Muppets in New York, written for Charles Kuralt and marketed for tiny start-ups as well as Fortune 500 brands. In 2001, Andrew Davis co-founded Tippingpoint Labs, where he changed the way publishers think and how brands market their products. We couldn’t wait to talk to the best-selling author of Brandscaping about how he get is all done.

Show Notes

First, DJ and Nick had a bit of fun with the fact that Andrew is NOT the Andrew Davis that directed The Fugitive and Under Siege (for the record, that Andrew Davis is also welcome on the podcast any time). As a best-selling author and speaker, this Andrew Davis spends a lot of his time traveling. When doing so, he takes the advice he got from Robert Rose and focuses on “taking your time and being comfortable.” He’s able to get a lot done both in hotel rooms and on planes. Though on planes Davis prefers to sketch using Penultimate for brainstorming.

When Andrew sold Tippingpoint, he found himself missing the office life where you have space and can engage with co-workers. That’s why he enjoys frequenting coworking spaces. As many have noted, these up-and-coming work spaces provide many advantages including an attractive price point that often amounts to less than the rent on a modest office. He also told us about his “Framework Days,” which he reserves for plotting out big ideas.

What Are the 3 Apps Drew Can’t Live Without? Todoist for list management, Picturelife for storing and organizing photos, and Canva, a simple photo editor.

Shout-outs and Shameless Plugs! Nick plugged his upcoming, nationally ranked digital marketing conference, the Social Brand Forum, featuring many past Work Talk Show guests. Get a special rate using promo code worktalk. He also gave a shout to past guest Tim Brechlin for giving him the idea to switch the standard Monday meeting to Tuesday. DJ created another Work Talk Show “first” by giving a shoutout to Drew for pointing him toward the Canva app. He also mentioned his new podcast, Living Your Passion. Andrew gave a shout out to Jay Baer for mentioning him in his new Jay Today video series.

Finally, as always, we gave a shout to our tireless Chief Technical Officer Jess Ostroff at Don’t Panic Management.

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johnnterry
johnnterry

When Andrew sold Tippingpoint, he found himself missing the office life where you have space and can engage with co-workers. That’s why he enjoys frequenting coworking spaces. As many have noted, these up-and-coming work spaces provide many advantages including an attractive price point that often amounts to less than the rent on a modest office. He also told us about his “Framework Days,” which he reserves for plotting out big ideas. 

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