Podcast Ep. 007: Setting the Stage for Your Brand

Podcast Ep. 007: Setting the Stage for Your Brand

On this episode of Making Elephants Fly, Terry sits down with Leigh Holt. Leigh is the founder of maddjett. In the simplest of terms, maddjett is a company built around passion. Leigh left her gig as the VP of Strategic Partnerships at Warner Music Nashville to do what she loves – build brands. Some of the brands that she has partnered with include: Blake Shelton, Ikea, Pepsi, Pixmob, Harper Collins, Oprah, CMT, NBA, Disney, Hunter Hayes, Wells Fargo, TOMS, and Toyota to name a few. We will dive into learning how every brand can take the stage they have and amplify it. Join Terry as he sits down with Leigh and learn what you can do to make your brand great.



You can visit Leigh’s Website Here: maddjett

Follow Leigh on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/leighholt

Follow Leigh on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/leighholt/

Follow maddjett on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/maddjett/



  • imatter01

    Thank you Terry and Leigh for this podcast interview. A lot of helpful information but mostly I enjoyed feeling like I was sitting on your couch sipping coffee and talking with you, (not you Terry, that would be SB) 🙂 I would like your feedback, as an older generation of individuals I have several areas of interest and I find myself feeling lost many days or slowed down due to technical hiccups or wondering if it’s too late to try to brand myself? I know it’s never too late to go after your dreams but is there a wide difference in having a dream or branding yourself? Does that make sense?
    Again, thank you both.

    • terryweaver

      I think you know my answer T, the 1st person that came out of no where (again) super late in life is Betty White. Vera Wang didn’t even decide she wanted to be a designer til she was 41, Ray Kroc didn’t open his 1st McDonalds til after he was 50, Julia Child didn’t make her 1st TV appearance til she was 51, and maybe the biggest brand in the world Walmart was really started til Sam Walton was in his mid-40’s. Of Coarse Martha Stewart who is the biggest name in a “personal brand” didn’t really gain momentum til later in life. Those are just a few that come to mind. The internet gives every person on the planet to become a personal brand, and you don’t have to have a brand close to the scale of the people I mentioned above to have the impact that would allow you to have whatever lifestyle you want. I really believe that if you aren’t dead, you aren’t done. So as long as God has you here he still have a purpose for you.

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