Episode 81 – Are you leaving money on the table?

Employees are both a profit center and a cost center: profit center in that they help bring in revenue, and a cost center in that it costs money to have employees in terms of payroll, benefits, etc.  However, did you know that there may be somewhat hidden and indirect costs associated with employee turnover, lack of employee engagement, productivity, absenteeism, and more?  Listen in as Dawn Shuler shares some shocking statistics on how much money you could be leaving on the table.
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Episode 20 – Reactive vs. Proactive

As humans, we’re wired to react in the moment.  In prehistoric times, quick reaction time could mean the difference between life and death.  However in this day and age, being immediately reactive can be damaging.  Listen in to today’s episode to understand the impact shifting this perspective can have on your business.
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Authentic communication will change your world

Communication is the key to any kind of success – whether it’s business or personal. Connection – authentic connection, that is – is crucial for me… for my soul, personal relationships, and business success. Part of our business success is teaching our clients exactly what to say and how to say it to expand their reach, increase their influence, improve their relationships, and help them grow their businesses, too. What if you could learn exactly what to say and how to say it from the #1 personality-based trainer in the world? Instead of seeing her in a sea of tens
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Why I’m Not Buying From You

Mark and I recently had a representative from a local cleaning company come to our house to give us an estimate of how much it would cost to clean our house. I had heard about them from a direct mail piece, and I was impressed with what I read.  Based on their literature and the process they shared (I do love a good system and process), I was ready to sign. And I didn’t sign.  As a matter of fact, I don’t know what it would take for them to win me as a customer at this point. I’m sure
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