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Guests: Marilyn Suttle and Shawne Duperon

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Conversations with Charmaine

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During the first half hour of the show Charmaine will welcome Marilyn Suttle.  Success coach Marilyn Suttle is the president of a personal and professional growth training firm, Suttle Enterprises. Marilyn inspires her clients to excel by creating strong, productive relationships in every area of life. She specializes in creating “Suttle Shifts” in the way people think and act to produce massive results. Her bestselling book, Who's Your Gladys? How to Turn Even the Most Difficult Customer Into Your Biggest Fan offers a blueprint for growing sustainable businesses through customer care and inspired leadership.  Philanthropically, she and sales expert Scott Schilling started the appreciation channel on You Tube to create an epidemic of appreciation world-wide. Website: www.MarilynSuttle.com

Second half of the show Charmaine welcomes Shawne Duperon.  Six-time EMMY® Award winner Shawne Duperon has been in the television business for nearly 20 years. She has taught thousands across the globe how to powerfully communicate in business. She works with corporations, universities, government agencies and business owners teaching you how to strategically create epidemics in traditional and social media that exponentially grow your business or career. Shawne has interviewed most presidents, and hundreds of sports stars and celebrities. She’s has replaced Bill Ford of Ford Motor Company when she spoke at the Department of Defense and is slated to speak to 4000 students this summer in Africa. She’s currently a PhD candidate, creating leading-edge research on the relationship between mass media and gossip. One of her personal passions is the work she does with multicultural groups to help delete media stereotypes.  Website:  http://www.ShawneTV.com

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