Premier publicist, media training expert, and media insider
I work with entrepreneurs, small business owners, consultants, coaches, speakers, and authors to get top-tier, national media attention. My mission is to inspire and educate my clients to help them deliver compelling interviews so they can get their messages out into the world in a big way.
A media insider
McCall is unique in that she’s a media insider and a veteran publicist who operates on a first-name basis with hundreds of top-tier producers, editors, and writers at such outlets as USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Investment Business Daily, The View, Today, The Huffington Post, Yahoo, and many others.
Her clients include business consultants Brian Tracy and Ken Blanchard, radio host and author Dave Ramsey, New York Times bestselling author, Geneen Roth, The Deepak Chopra Center for Wellbeing, and the founder of NLP, Dr. Richard Bandler, among others.
Through webinars, teleseminars, and consultations, she trains entrepreneurs, coaches, and consultants on how to attract media, work with them once they land the interview, and finally helps them to deliver a fantastic interview. As a master practitioner of NLP, she helps those who want to expand their reach by embracing visibility and allowing big success into their lives.
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Media boot camp
Joanne McCall created Joanne’s Media Boot Camp for those who feel like they’re the best-kept secret out there, and those who are successful in their businesses but want to take it up a few more notches, get the specialized training and confidence to land the big guns: Top tier national media.
Joanne is into adventure runs and often makes the comparison between working out and working on your business. Sometimes it’s fun and easy and sometimes it’s challenging. When it gets hard, do you quit or do you persist and build endurance? Media Boot Camp helps you to build that endurance and presence so you can achieve your visibility goals.
Wild Canyon Games
It’s three days out in the desert of central Oregon – out in the middle of nowhere.
The morning of the first day of competition consists of a triathlon for three members; geocaching for the other four.
I was a geocacher and ran about 26 miles that first day.
Then in the afternoon, it was a series of events, the high ropes course, the zip line, and a whole bunch of others. This was timed and it was a mile in between each event. Lots of running.