Kylie Slavik

Kylie Slavik is a visionary digital marketer and brand story consultant whose focus is transforming the “global story” from disempowerment, disconnection, and lack… to empowerment, abundance, and unity consciousness.

She executes this vision through writing story based ads, seen by hundreds of millions of people online, as well as training the next generation of visionaries to speak their stories. Her aim in both tracks is to create alternative narratives to the disempowering stories told for centuries, keeping people from remembering who they truly are.

Her innovation in the online advertising industry comes from decades as a performance or “slam” style poet, where an artist gets 3 minutes to transform the heart of an audience, inspire them to see the world through different eyes, or to feel an emotion they weren’t feeling when they walked into the room.

But she grew to realize that performance poetry was limited in it’s reach, and often felt like she was “preaching to the choir.” After a serious talking to by a Cherokee Medicine Woman she embraced her calling as an entrepreneur and translated her storytelling skill into online marketing campaigns.

Shortly after setting that intention she became the Content Marketer and Strategic Partnerships Manager of Max Simon, son of Dr. David Simon, Chopra Center Co-Founder. She was introduced into Max’s world and managed collaborations between his team at Big Vision Business, and teams such as Brian Tracy, Bob Proctor, John Assaraf, Mark Victor Hansen, Mindvalley, Mind Movies, Darius Barazandeh, Arielle Ford and more. She was quickly recruited to other teams and started to explore paid traffic.

Her first online traffic campaign generated $2.5 Million dollars in 12 weeks in collaboration with Gina DeVee and her first Academy launch. Kylie’s extremely unusual ad ROI (up to 2000%) attracted the attention of Mike Hill, President at one of the top agencies for online traffic and she currently writes ads for all his clients at Ascension Media. The agency spends approximately $1,000,000 per month in online media buying across the Facebook and Google Ad Networks.

Kylie brings her passion and extensive knowledge of spirituality into her online marketing and attributes much of her success to her deep connection to multiple spiritual lineages. She has traveled and studied with many Sufi Murshids and Murshidas, has been adopted by Maori elders who she has hosted in her home to share their lineage with the public multiple times, Tibeten elders, Hindu seers, Qigong Masters, and many awake beings, known and unknown.

She serves as a bridge between the awakening world, and the rapidly evolving digital media landscape. In her spare time you can still find her writing and performing poetry, running on the beach, or talking to dolphins!

 

Episode Summary

Today Dana lets us in on a big secret:  Big Brands are spending billions redirecting their ad campaigns into storytelling marketing.  Why?  Because our brains are actually hard-wired with the need to tell and hear stories.  Which is good, because storytelling marketing cuts through the noisy, sophisticated, jaded markets we deal with today.  So, let me tell you a story:  Once upon a time there was a marketing genius named Kylie Slavik.  But, wait, she didn’t start out as a marketing genius, of course.  She started, like many people, as an “alienated artist”:  doing three minute improvisational slam poetry gigs, feeling like she was “preaching to the choir” and wondering where the money was going to come from.  Her “AHA!” moment came at the hands of a stern nudge from a Cherokee Medicine woman, who enabled her to embrace her talent for story and transition it into a brilliant career in marketing.   Kylie’s story shows us how getting really connected with what we are passionate about can transform our lives in ways we’d never expect.  YOUR story will change your business.  So, what is it?  Dana would love to hear!

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