No Bull Marketing Ideacast \ Season 3 \ Episode 8

Know, Like, Trust - A Guide For All of Us

Mark Harris, Enterprise Doctor

With this episode, we're going back to basics.

Why do people buy from you? Because you are selling to them?


Yes, of course, people need to know who you are in order to buy from you,  but the reality is that the reason they buy from you is about more than that - they need to know,  like, and trust you,  or your brand.

This week's guest,  Mark Harris, typically works with solopreneurs and micro businesses, but there are lessons here that multinational brands will also find useful.

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About Mark Harris

Mark Harris is the Enterprise Doctor. He has over 12 years experience in that role, building on a range of roles with businesses large and small; including starting, building and then selling his own office stationery company.

If you want to work with someone who understands the challenges of being a solopreneur, perhaps running a small business, having to watch every penny of expenditure, needing to work smarter, not harder, then there’s nothing stopping you – Mark is available.

See full details of his experience at and scroll to the bottom of that page to see countless positive recommendations from his happy clients.

Mark also runs After Redundancy, a business focused on helping those who have been made redundant on moving forward on their journey.  See for details.

Mark’s main work is as Enterprise Doctor, helping entrepreneurs and businesses do things better. 

What his clients have in common is that they’re all good at whatever it is that they’re good at, be that as recruitment consultant, a sculptor, a graphic designer or a gin distiller.  However, running a business is a different skill set, as is being a salesman, understanding marketing, or managing and motivating people.  That’s where Mark does his stuff – being your expert in areas where you need that help.

As part of his marketing, he produces his own business podcast and hosts a radio show.  He also runs Laptop Monday, a great co-working initiative (now back f2f) for solopreneurs and others who work from home.