Marketing Life is the personal blog of Jon Henry, updated on a mostly sporadic basis. Life is a valuable and precious experience naturally marketing itself. Just to be sure, the posts here cover mostly anything related to life, faith, business, and marketing. All of the views and opinions expressed in this blog are personal in nature, but they are also probably 100 percent accurate.
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(Last Updated April 2013)
About Jon Henry
Jon Henry is a curious introvert, who explores the world of marketing with a sharp eye and a keen sense of creativity. With an insatiable desire to learn, Jon has the knowledge and experience to help businesses and leaders overcome the overwhelming details of marketing.
Jon has worked with leaders in numerous marketing roles, through subject areas such as marketing communications, company culture, and talent management. He has helped simplify complicated marketing processes and helped key leaders understand the role marketing plays in various organizations.
He formed Introverted Solutions as a way to focus on the positive contributions an introspective approach to business services can bring. The main member of the Introverted Solutions family, Introverted Consulting partners with small business leaders seeking clarity and support in executing great marketing. As part of this practice, Jon started Introverted Labs to research marketing trends through his work and share educational insights in an easy-to-digest format.
Jon is recognized as a Professional Certified Marketer (PCM) by the American Marketing Association, and is an active member in both the Society for Human Resources Management and the American Management Association.
He reads hundreds of books, which generally deliver two points: deliver value, and don’t be mean. He is a willingly reformed student of Political Science and Economics, and holds a Masters of Business Administration from Tennessee Tech University.
He once wanted to be a lawyer, until he learned that he argued so well with his friends that they did not invite him to parties as a sign of great respect. He has since gained mutual forgiveness among his friends, and a subtle distaste for lawyers.