About me, helping you:
I have a Law and Business Studies, LLB (Joint Hons), PG Dip Organisational Psychology, Master Practitioner NLP and have spent almost 20 years working as an executive coach, business consultant and marketing psychologist; I’m now based between the UK and the USA, depending upon clients.
I also work a lot in Europe and South America (as it happens, I am writing this on my laptop in Brazil.)
So, what you really want to know, is “How can I help?” Right?
Well, in a nutshell, I will help you do this:
Build your online brand, and enable a community of people to fall in love with what you do; so much so, that the Google Search algorithm cannot resist giving you incredible results.
So, next steps…how about we jump into a Google Hangout, or Skype if you want to be all 1990s about it?
Oh, and it may be worth mentioning I spent 6 months at the San Francisco Comedy College learning ‘stand-up’, hence the humour (yep, with a ‘u’ as I am a Brit, after all).
These guys had some nice things to say about me
“When it comes to social media, Martin Shervington is one of the most clever and hardworking people you’ll find. He’ll help take your game to the next level.”
Guy Kawasaki, Chief Evangelist for Canva.com
“@MartinSherv…can help YOU grow your business. Smart guy. :)”
Chris Brogan – New York Times Best-selling Author
Erno Rubik, Hungarian inventor, architect and professor of architecture.
Best known for the invention of mechanical puzzles including Rubik’s Cube.
Some more kind words:
Martin Shervington is a creative genius & one of the most gifted & intelligent people I have known. His wit, insight & objectivity, combined with his selfless humility separate him from the ordinary, & while he possesses multiple talents, I am continually amazed & in awe of his ability in coaching sessions to use humor to turn the trivial into the sublime.
Bill Shewey, National Sales Director, Future US
Google+ is a wonderful place: Hidden pearls and treasures abound everywhere if you know where to look. I mean people you’ve never met or places you haven’t been to or things you haven’t done yet, of course. How to find the interests that can make you feel at home in the Circleverse: Use the Google + search! One of the most unique and experience enriching new acquaintances I’ve found so far is Martin: His posts are real gems that tickle the intelligence and the funnybone, the discussions in the ensuing comment threads I find truly interesting. Google+ is a window to the world and I’m really glad I happened to look out of that window when Martin was passing by.
Jaana Nyström, Blogger, digital content curator, entrepreneur, writer.
I met Martin Shervington through Google Plus several months ago. He has understood and excelled at G+ in an extremely short period of time. Martins’ advice and observations of people help to de-clutter what is going on in the world around us. His straight forward approach to life combined with a witty sense of humour, makes him a unique coach and storyteller in both business and personal relationships.
Amanda Blain, Entrepreneur, CEO, Code Monkey, Gamer, Social Media, Speaker and UberGeekGirl.
Google plus is an incredible place with some incredible people. Martin Shervington is one of them. I met him in a Hangout and I’ve have been a ‘fan’ of his ever since his friendly introduction of, “Hello, my name is Martin and I am from the UK.” I also admire his knee-slapping humour and his deep and thought-provoking insight of everyday issues.
Larry Fournillier, Caribbean Chef – TheTriniDaddy
Martin is a great example of someone who really “gets” Google+. Erudite and humourous, he’s always good value.
Thomas Morffew, Consultant
I come to know Martin as friendly guy with a great sense of humour. His quick wit and his ability to understand what makes people happy impressed me. Martin is a guy that understand people relationships in a psychological sense. Martin also knows what he wants. Combine this with his sense of humour, marketing and vocal skills and you get a great marketer.
Johan Horak, works at bridging the gap and connecting the dots using social engagement tools.
In his ‘7 tips on how to build a great network on Google+’ Martin speaks to the depths of engagement on the platform. Google+ allows us to connect in a totally new global way. Google+ is not Facebook. I agree! My motto is Engage, Engage, Engage.
I have found wonderful opportunities, specifically in hangouts, to meet new people, develop new relationships and build lasting friendships and connections both business and personal around the world.
Elaine Lindsay, Social Media Marketing
So, there we have it. Let’s chat about how I can help you and your business.
Just fill in the form and I’ll get right back.