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Movie Addict HQ salutes Debbie Reynolds for her upcoming Lifetime Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild. Debbie talks about learning to tap dance with Gene Kelly as her teacher and shares amusing reactions to the men in her life -- plus more. Highlights from Debbie's autobiography, Unsinkable -- A Memoir, will also be covered during this special episode. Debbie is one of America's most beloved showbiz stars. She earned a well-deserved Oscar nomination for The Unsinkable Molly Brown and a Tony nomination for her fine stage work in Irene. Among her many other popular films are Singin' in the Rain, Mother, How the West Was Won, The Gazebo and Tammy and the Bachelor. Debbie's TV appearances include Will and Grace, Kim Possible, Behind the Candelabra and Halloweentown. She has been involved in such important causes as the Girl Scouts, the Thalians and preservation of Hollywood memorabilia. Debbie is truly a national treasure! Debbie's fans have been invited to call in during the live show.
All too often, business owners focus exclusively on making that first sale. If this is your philosophy, you may quickly want to change your tune. In fact, "customer come back" must be an essential aspect relative to your inbound marketing approach. Did you know that a customer retention rate of 5% can increase profits by 25%? According to Harvard Business School, higher profits could actually soar to as high as 95%. How then, might you go about increasing the lifetime value of every buyer? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE.”
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What does your customer relationship strategy look and feel like to your target audience (prospective and current customers or clients)? Companies like Microsoft, Apple, Google, and Amazon succeed to the extend that the relationships they cultivate with people add authentic and sustainable value - as perceived by customers. That real value takes shape in many forms and sizes. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Take 5 minutes from your busy business day and listen to expert business advice to grow and improve your business with Howard Lewinter.
In today's 5 Minute Business Strategy Howard talks about... Customer Service Is Important To Your Business.
CEOs, presidents, founders, business owners across America trust Howard Lewinter's business advice to solve business problems, increase business profits and live their entrepreneurial dreams of running a successful business with less stress.
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Bob and Casey explore the wonderful idea of delivering total customer service in business and industry. We are dedicating the entire month to customer service. Tune in and listen. Call in and chat.
Join Dan Whittaker and his co host, Jim Eaton, CEO of Kingdom Partner Solutions, as they discuss the 18 value drivers of a business.
Mystery shopping can help companies avoid conflict - and negative customer experiences - before it becomes an issue. If you've ever found yourself wondering if mystery shopping is too good to be true, join us in a discussion with Rich Bradley, MSPA-NA Board President to learn the facts. Rich Bradley will explain what mystery shopping is, what it is not, how to avoid scams, and how a business can benefit from measuring their customer experience.
Rich Bradley leads the day-to-day functions and operations as Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel for one of Orlando’s premier public relations and marketing firms, Todd Persons Communications. He also serves as the Board President of the MSPA, North America, the largest customer experience trade association in the Western Hemisphere.
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How many times have you heard a Christian who was raised in a non-Christian home explain his / her faith by saying, "I had a praying grandmother?"
Studies reveal the enormous influence grandparents have on their grandchildren. One study concludes that spending time wtih a grandparent is linked to more pro-social behavior and fewer behavior problems among adolescents. Other studies show that the stronger the ties with grandparents, the less likely children were to develop significant psychopathology in later life. Adults who have had strong relationships with grandparents tend to be much more positive to the value and importance of older citizens.
With that in mind, radio host Joyce Oglesby has written a novel about how grandparents can pass on values to grandchildren and how our choices can effect future generations. She'll chat about that on The River today. Don't miss it.
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