Setting the Vision and Creating Content

Setting the Vision and Creating Content

“Setting the vision is the beginning of all creation.” – Brett Gilliland. 

What does it mean to cast a vision about what is possible and where you want your business to be? In this episode of Content Matterz, Eric Kasimov chats with Brett Gilliland, Co-Founder and CEO of Elite Entrepreneurs.

Brett talks about what good leaders should do in the process of setting the vision for their business and executing it through content creation. It’s a powerful tool that leaders can use to light up an organization and provide a guiding light to why they’re doing it in the first place. If it’s executed poorly it can be meaningless and harmful and your employees won’t buy into it.

Brett shares his own experience as an entrepreneur, creating a business that helps struggling seven-figure business owners overcome their biggest challenges–and achieve new levels of success. We highlighted Brett Gilliland and his story on the Entrepreneur Perspectives Podcast. Listen to more of his story


And yes, you should consider creating content for your personal brand and business.

Whatever story you want to tell, we want to help you tell it. From ideas and strategies to meshing it all with your brand, KazCM is your content marketing team.

Create or build your content platform. Contact us today to learn more about our content creation services. 


Useful links from this episode:

  • KazCM | creating content with you on the self-betterment path.
  • SportsEpreneur | The content platform where sports and entrepreneurship collide!

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Wrap Up:

  • Thank you so much for listening to this Content Matterz podcast episode, “Setting the Vision and Creating Content” | #ContentMatterz.
  • This podcast episode of Content Matterz exists because of KazCM. The content creation company inside KazSource. It’s all about the content. Content creation, content usage, and content distribution. Why? Because we believe every entrepreneur should have a content platform.