Acclaim for Marsha Friedman’s Celebritize Yourself: The Three Step Method to Increase Your Visibility and Explode Your Business “We live in a celebrity world. To take full advantage of what that world has to offer, read Marsha Friedman’s astute analysis of how to turn yourself into a celebrity.
It’s a sure-fire formula for success.” —AL RIES, co-author, War in the Boardroom “Personal Branding is one of the hottest ideas out there. But most so-called experts don’t tell you enough. In her must read book, Marsha Friedman shows you how to transform your personal brand to celebrity status and how to reap the resulting rewards.
Fame and fortune anyone?” —DAVID MEERMAN SCOTT, bestselling author of Th e New Rules of Marketing & PR and the hit new book World Wide Rave.
A prominent business woman, publicity expert, radio personality and public speaker, Marsha Friedman launched EMS Incorporated in 1990. EMSI works with corporations and experts in a wide array of fields such as business, health and fitness, food and beverage, travel and lifestyle, politics, technology, finance, law, sports and entertainment. Some of the more prominent names on her client roster are Teamster’s President, Jimmy Hoffa Jr.; Sergeant’s Pet Care Products; Former National Security Advisor Robert McFarlane and the famous Motown Group, the Temptations.
She consults individuals and businesses on a daily basis and is frequently asked to speak at conferences about how to harness the power of publicity.
Outside of the office, Marsha can be heard every week on the nationally syndicated talk radio show “The Family Roundtable” where problems that modern families face are discussed. Marsha and her co-hosts have enjoyed interviewing family experts as well as celebrities such as Ed Begley Jr, Augusten Burroughs, Scott Hamilton, Sally Kellerman, Faith Evans, Vicki Lawrence, Denise Jackson, Janine Turner and Rose Rock.
Additionally, Marsha has been giving back to the community that has served her. A mother of three and a grandmother who also is raising one of her grandchildren, she is the founder of a non-profit organization, the Cherish the Children Foundation. In 1996 the White House recognized her charity which sets out to raise awareness of the plight of underprivileged and foster children.