We had so much fun reconnecting and masterminding with our Aussie friend, Sam Pullman on how vibe attracts tribe and so much more.
Sam, age 26, is a fellow entrepreneur-in-an-entrepreneur-family. He is happy to be working in Perth, Australia, for his family’s business, the Better For Your brand, which manufactures and sells stainless steel drinkware in America.
Sam does most of the marketing and brand building for their company and also does part-time freelance work helping businesses with their digital and local marketing.
In the first half of the interview, we learn more about Sam, their company journey and plans, then the second half we get deeper into the masterminding ideation phase.
In fact, we got so warmed up that after the call, we ended up in almost another hour of Facebook messages continuing that brainstorm session, after which we said we should’ve kept rolling! But… there’s a lot of substance in this session for brand and tribe building.
Hope you find something that helps you.
Also, sometimes we make references to things on the video version that won’t be clear on the audio. Sorry about that… we’ll work on becoming more explicit in describing those things for the audio.
In this mastermind call, we:
Introduce all that Sam and his family are doing in their business
How they started and how that’s evolved
Struggles, solutions, pivots and discoveries
Discoveries in and around building a tribe and the relevance and importance of doing that
How—and why—to grow a tribe even if you’re an introvert
Ideas for growing your tribe authentically
Sam’s company’s big plans for growth and development
Please join us for this session and let us know your thoughts… what you liked and found helpful and any feedback on what you didn’t care for too.
“Your brand name is only so much of who you are and what you do. What really matters is what goes on behind it.” ~Sam Pullman
“Drink where life takes you.” ~Better For Your brand slogan
“Just start. Don’t try to have it all figured out.” ~LeAura Alderson
“Find your tribe. Love them hard.” ~Danielle Laport