• 00:38

    "How to Stand Out from the Crowd" (Jory Fisher & Julie Fleming)

    in Entrepreneur

    Does your business have a lot of competition? If so, that’s good news, because it means there’s plenty of demand for the kind of product or service you offer. It also means you have to find a way to stand out from the crowd of your competitors, to distinguish what’s unique about you so your ideal clients and customers will identify you as the right solution to their needs. When you share a point of view or other distinctive factor through your business, you’ll become memorable, attractive to those who resonate with your perspective, and appealing as a content generator or media guest.


    In today’s show, Jory and Julie discuss why differentiation matters, what kinds of differentiators are effective, and how you can find the skills, experience, and attributes that will set you apart from others who also serve your audience. We’ll share examples of differentiators that you might adapt and make your own, and we’ll share a useful framework for highlighting what makes you stand out from the crowd while respecting your own boundaries as a business owner.


    Julie A. Fleming, principal of Lex Innova Consulting, helps lawyers and other service professionals to create and implement innovative business development plans. She is the author of three books as well as numerous articles on topics such as business development, practice management, work/life balance, and leadership development. You can find out more about Julie at Lex Innova Consulting.


    A professional coach and former attorney, Jory Fisher specializes in helping Christian leaders and entrepreneurs make the difference they're called to make and glorify God through success. Visit www.JoryFisher.com for more info, inspiration, and guidance.


    Piano solo by David Nevue.

  • 00:43

    "Why You're Losing Business..." (Jory Fisher & Julie Fleming)

    in Entrepreneur

    Do you ever have the feeling that you’re working hard to build your client or customer list, but whatever you do seems to fall flat? In today’s episode, we’re sharing our observations about what you’re doing that causes you to lose business and what you can do instead. Lots of new entrepreneurs think that just putting a website out will be enough to get business (we both thought so too, for a short time) and flail around when that proves to be untrue. Maybe you’re imitating someone who’s been successful (which is often a recipe for feeling like an inauthentic failure), or maybe your fear of rejection or desire not to seem pushy is stopping you from getting into the conversations that will leave to business. We’ll explore those marketing obstacles, as well as others that we’ve experienced. And then we’ll share how to find your unique path into effective marketing, starting with identifying your marketing identity so that the real you will show and connect with those whom you’re meant to serve.


    Julie A. Fleming, principal of Lex Innova Consulting, helps lawyers and other service professionals to create and implement innovative business development plans. She is the author of three books as well as numerous articles on topics such as business development, practice management, work/life balance, and leadership development. You can find out more about Julie at Lex Innova Consulting.


    A professional coach and former attorney, Jory Fisher specializes in helping Christian leaders and entrepreneurs make the difference they're called to make and glorify God through success. Visit www.JoryFisher.com for more info, inspiration, and guidance.


    Piano solo by David Nevue.

  • 00:59

    Julie Forbes Talks with Dr. Temple Grandin - How Dogs Experience the World

    in Pets

    Host and expert in dog behavior Julie Forbes talks with Dr. Temple Grandin, author of "Animals in Translation" and "Animals Make Us Human", among so many more amazing publications.  Dr. Temple Grandin is a professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University and has massively contributed to both animals and humans on many fronts.  She was named in TIME Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2010.  Temple Grandin is a powerful advocate for both animal welfare - especially livestock animals - as well as autism awareness, given she is an autistic person.  She is brilliant, and she reminds us that our gifts are in our differences, and to embrace our unique nature.  Find all of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes episodes archived on www.dogradioshow.com.


     


     

  • 00:38

    Sweet Remedy Explosive Argument for Diane Fleming Aspartame Defense

    in Spirituality

    Betty Martini provides her rationale - based on information from doctors - about why she believes that Chuck Fleming died of aspartame poisoning and not windshield wiper fluid! Plus more! Listen in on Friday!

  • 00:37

    "Whom shall we serve? Declaring your target market" Jory Fisher & Julie Fleming

    in Entrepreneur

    It’s the question every entrepreneur faces right after deciding what kind of business to launch: whom shall I serve? Good marketing requires specificity so that your ideal client will realize you’re speaking to her or him. But it can be a challenging process to identify specifically the audience you want to serve, and even more difficult to create an avatar that encapsulates your ideal client. Whether it’s because of your own lack of clarity or fear about getting too specific, you may hesitate to draw a narrow client niche. Join Jory and Julie to learn why a narrow target audience description is actually critical to business success, what you should consider in creating that description and a client avatar, and how frequently you should revisit your audience definition. We’ll share our mistakes and revelations as well as why we continue to revisit target market, and we’ll also explore the difference between the audience you serve and the audience to whom you market.


    Julie A. Fleming, principal of Lex Innova Consulting, helps lawyers and other service professionals to create and implement innovative business development plans. She is the author of three books as well as numerous articles on topics such as business development, practice management, work/life balance, and leadership development. You can find out more about Julie at Lex Innova Consulting.


    A professional coach and former attorney, Jory Fisher specializes in helping Christian leaders and entrepreneurs make the difference they're called to make and glorify God through success. Visit www.JoryFisher.com for more info, inspiration, and guidance.


    Piano solo by David Nevue.

  • 01:01

    Fleming and Zoller 11.19.14 Episode

    in Politics

    Segment 1: The situation in Ferguson.


    Segment 2: Hillary and 2016?


    Segment 3: Keystone XL


    Segment 4: Executive action on immigration


    Plus, a special appearance by PJNet's AlfonZo Rachel in the fourth segment. Follow him on twitter @AlfonzoRachel. 


    Follow us on twitter, @Fleming_Zoller
    Like us on facebook.com/flemingandzoller
    Questions/Comments: flemingandzoller@gmail.com

  • 01:01

    Fleming and Zoller 12/10/14

    in Politics

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    Dance it out as always!!

  • 01:04

    Julie Daniluk - Meals That Heal Inflammation

    in Health

    Nutritionist Julie Daniluk, RHN hosts Healthy Gourmet on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), a reality cooking show that looks at the ongoing battle between taste and nutrition. Her award-winning bestseller, Meals That Heal Inflammation, has helped over 100,000 people enjoy allergy-free foods that taste great and assist the body in the healing process. Her new book, Slimming Meals That Heal, explores why inflammation causes weight gain and how anti-inflammatory superfoods shed pounds without dieting. Julie has appeared on hundreds of television and radio shows including The Dr. Oz Show and is a resident expert for The Marilyn Denis Show and Reader’s Digest. 
    Check out more amazing recipes, nutrition tips, and her Anti-Inflammatory Quick Start Program at www.juliedaniluk.com. Connect with Julie on Facebook at Julie Daniluk Nutrition and on Instagram and Twitter @juliedaniluk.

  • 02:00

    PSH radio talks the other side with Chris Fleming

    in Paranormal

    Join Sam and Caroline as they speak to Chris Fleming...


    As early as he can remember, Chris Fleming was prone to experiencing extraordinary encounters in the form of ghosts and unexplained phenomena, from dark shadowy forms coming out of closets and dim corners, to glowing ghosts manifesting above grade school friends during sleepovers. As these experiences increased, Chris–fearfully at first–began studying the ghosts as they moved around the house and even interacted with him.  Soon he grew aware of how they used telepathy to hear his thoughts, and even project themselves from one side of the room to another almost instantly. He also learned quickly that his fears were never hidden from them.


    Growing up, Chris saw more than ghosts. Over time, he saw other entities that, to this day, he is still trying to comprehend. In addition to seeing angels and lights, on a few very remarkable and personal occasions he has felt a divine presence. He has also, however, encountered a variety of dark and negative forces. These demons and beings appeared in various forms, shapes and sizes, leaving Chris convinced at a young age that what we think we scientifically know and understand about our world is eclipsed by all that we don’t know or understand, but occasionally experience nonetheless.


    At age seven, Chris began experimenting with a reel-to-reel player, capturing his first electronic voice phenomena (EVP) in the form of the words “Touch is me.” Using light bulbs, curtains, plastic containers and the Ouija board, Chris would attempt to contact the spirits of the house, inviting them to respond through various means. Even when he was accompanied by adult witnesses, classmates and neighborhood kids, light bulbs would dim, turn off, and occasionally explode. Curtains would go from hanging still to swaying back and forth. Plants would sway and doors would open and close. 


     

  • 01:09

    Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show! Julie Forbes talks with Show Chair Jane Anderson

    in Pets

    There's more to the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show than pretty dogs trotting around the rings.  In this episode of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes, dog training and behavior expert Julie Forbes talks with show chair Jane Anderson about all the different aspects of the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show which is coming up on March 7 & 8.  www.seattlekennelclub.org


    From agility trials, to police dog demos, herding and nosework demos, and of course "K9 Freestyle" (dancing with your dog), there's plenty to entertain the whole family.  Learn about breeding and other fun facts about dogs in today's informative episode.


    Find all of our over 300 episodes archived on www.dogradioshow.com and also as a free audio podcast on iTunes.

  • 00:59

    Celebrating 300 Episodes Today: Best of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes

    in Pets

    Celebrating the 300th Episode of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes.  You can find all 300 archived on www.dogradioshow.com and also on iTunes as a free audio podcast.


    Today host Julie Forbes has chosen some of her favorite guests and selected clips from past interviews to produce a compilation of "Best-Of" The Dog Show with Julie Forbes.  You'll hear from Dr. Michael Fox, Dr. Alexandra Horowitz, Dr Marc Bekoff and Dr Patricia McConnell, as well as Maggi McClure - about herding dogs!


     


     


     


     

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