Do you know how many concerts you’ve been to? Whatever your answer, odds are good you haven’t been to as many as best-selling author, keynote speaker, and marketing strategist David Meerman Scott. In this episode, we talk with David about the 766 shows he’s been to (no that’s not a typo), the epic history-making show he was able to photograph, his star turn as a male model in Japan, and more!
In this episode of Punch Out with Katie and Kerry we learned:
- When David started collecting Apollo memorabilia
- How David’s Apollo collection led to him working with PBS on a documentary
- Why David keeps a spreadsheet of the live shows he’s attended
- Why David also keeps a spreadsheet of countries he’s visited/surfed
- How he parlayed his time in Japan into a modeling career
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