Permission to Leap {Brittany Hoffman}

Welcome to Permission to Leap - a podcast exploring the stories of people who have brought their visions to life. Each week, I will speak to an inspiring guest and navigate the process they took to take the leap in their own lives, from the day that they first committed to the day they landed on the other side. Permission to Leap is the spark that will push you to believe in your dreams again and make them your reality. Today’s guest is Brittany Hoffman

Brittany Hoffman is a branding expert and growth strategy consultant for personal brands and businesses. She has worked with high profile business thought leaders like Gary Vaynerchuk, Bonin Bough, and Marie Forleo among others.  Prior to taking on her own clients, she was a brand manager and growth hacker for Gary Vaynerchuk's personal brand, where she worked on content, distribution, optimization strategies, influencer marketing, and all things brand growth. She helped more than double Gary's audience across Facebook and Instagram. During her time on the team, she spearheaded the #AskGaryVee Book influencer campaign, finding 750 influencers to promote the book for free leading up to its release. First week sales of the book far and away outsold all other books on the market that week. After cutting her teeth on Gary's brand, she moved over to VaynerTalent, the personal branding arm of VaynerMedia, where she worked on strategy, growth, and content production for other notable personal brands. Brittany is a lawyer, who attended Georgetown Law and passed the bar exam in New York. She received her undergraduate degree at UCLA, where she graduated in three years. She lives in Los Angeles and loves travel, poker, and warm weather.

Thank you again for joining me for another fantastic episode of Permission to Leap. If you’re looking to take your next big leap, be sure to check out my book that guides you through the 6-phases of the leap process at My book will support you in moving through YOUR leap with more clarity and ease. Because there needs to be more people like you living an inspired life and making a positive difference in the world.

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