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Dan Lok: Welcome to another episode of Dan Lok show. Today we are in actually New York City, and I’m with John Henry. Now John not only is an entrepreneur, but also a real estate investor as well as owns a venture capital company.

John Henry: That’s right.

Dan Lok: Now before we even talk about John’s story, I want to talk a little bit about this space.

John Henry: Let’s talk about it.

Dan Lok: Let’s talk about this space. Like what makes this space, co-working space, so special?

John Henry: First things first, thank you for having me on.

Dan Lok: Welcome man, welcome.

John Henry: Appreciate you. And look, what makes this space special is this is the proof right here. Like you’re on a one day trip, you came, you interviewed with Faiza, this content, that content lined up. We connected and it’s central in the city, a lotta energy here, there’s six floors.

Dan Lok: You can feel the entrepreneurial spirit.

John Henry: That’s right.

Dan Lok: The minute you walk in you can feel the hustling.

Robyn Shulman

Robyn Shulman LinkedIn’s Top Voice in Education

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EPISODE 183

Robyn Shulman LinkedIn’s Top Voice in Education

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Robyn Shulman is LinkedIn’s Top Voice in Education. She’s an expert on how to grow your following and turn this platform into a powerful tool for your business. In 2016, she was named as "Someone to Follow" with LinkedIn's Influencers in education.

As a regular contributor to Forbes, she has been honored to interview some of the most accomplished names in her field, where she covers the intersection of education & entrepreneurship.

In this podcast, she shares her expertise on how LinkedIn users can massively step up their LinkedIn game by building a niche community, connecting with media, and creating a content posting schedule that engages followers.

Besides her role as a LinkedIn educator, she is also a writing teacher and executive editor. In 2011, she launched EdNews Daily. Through her site, partnerships and LinkedIn, she currently reaches over 500,000 people in education per month.

She is passionate about the future of education and offers her insights on how technology will affect a generation that grew up on social media and dreams of becoming famed YouTube stars instead of choosing traditional careers.

Robyn’s work has been featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, Thrive Global, The Chicago Tribune, Cision, Huffington Post, International Educator, We Are Teachers, Fox News, The Yidan Prize, & various educational publications.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • 2:36
  • Why giving back was important to Robyn as a teacher.
  • 5:19
  • The disconnect between the classroom and the real world.
  • 7:37
  • Robyn’s opinion on the role of technology in education.
  • 21:50
  • The best way to reach out and build connections.
  • 40:30
  • Tips on how to optimize your LinkedIn account.
  • 49:38
  • A game plan for entrepreneurs who want to post online content.
  • 54:18
  • How to build a community of fans and people interested in your niche.

Transcript

Dan Lok: Welcome to another episode of Dan Lok show. Today we are in actually New York City, and I’m with John Henry. Now John not only is an entrepreneur, but also a real estate investor as well as owns a venture capital company.

John Henry: That’s right.

Dan Lok: Now before we even talk about John’s story, I want to talk a little bit about this space.

John Henry: Let’s talk about it.

Dan Lok: Let’s talk about this space. Like what makes this space, co-working space, so special?

John Henry: First things first, thank you for having me on.

Dan Lok: Welcome man, welcome.

John Henry: Appreciate you. And look, what makes this space special is this is the proof right here. Like you’re on a one day trip, you came, you interviewed with Faiza, this content, that content lined up. We connected and it’s central in the city, a lotta energy here, there’s six floors.

Dan Lok: You can feel the entrepreneurial spirit.

John Henry: That’s right.

Dan Lok: The minute you walk in you can feel the hustling.

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Dan Lok: Welcome to another episode of Dan Lok show. Today we are in actually New York City, and I’m with John Henry. Now John not only is an entrepreneur, but also a real estate investor as well as owns a venture capital company.

John Henry: That’s right.

Dan Lok: Now before we even talk about John’s story, I want to talk a little bit about this space.

John Henry: Let’s talk about it.

Dan Lok: Let’s talk about this space. Like what makes this space, co-working space, so special?

John Henry: First things first, thank you for having me on.

Dan Lok: Welcome man, welcome.

John Henry: Appreciate you. And look, what makes this space special is this is the proof right here. Like you’re on a one day trip, you came, you interviewed with Faiza, this content, that content lined up. We connected and it’s central in the city, a lotta energy here, there’s six floors.

Dan Lok: You can feel the entrepreneurial spirit.

John Henry: That’s right.

Dan Lok: The minute you walk in you can feel the hustling.

John Henry: That’s right, and there’s a lot at WeWork’s, obviously, and this is … this, though, is billed as like the OG space, and there are a lot of veteran New York entrepreneurs here. There are several accelerators and several funds and stuff, and so yeah, I’m fortunate to be part of this community.
So we’re in Alley right now. Yeah, and that’s where we find ourselves.

Dan Lok: That’s awesome.

John Henry: Welcome to New York, man.

Dan Lok: Thank you, I love New York. The cold, it takes a couple of days to get used to. The minute I arrived, the airport, like wow! This is cold. I know New York, it’s cold. But this is cold!

John Henry: This is very cold.

Dan Lok: This is very cold. So John, take us back. How did you get into entrepreneurship?

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