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Casey McFarland is a senior tracker in CyberTracker process http://trackercertification.com/. He is also co-author of "Bird Feathers" A guide to North American species http://www.amazon.com/Bird-Feathers-Guide-American-Species/dp/0811736180
We talk with Casey about gaining fluency in tracking.
George Leoniak is a Senior tracker with CyberTracker http://www.cybertracker.org/ he owns a tracking business http://www.leoniaktracking.com/ and shares tracking on his blog http://trackingthoughts.com/author/george/
We explore what it means to be open with the art of tracking.
We talk with Filip about how we learn tracking, how our senses and mind can help us or hinder us in growing our naturalist, tracking and awareness skills.
*Filip started learning tracking early in life, a tracking teacher of 10 years, has authored a book on tracking "Tracks and Sign of Reptiles and Amphibians"(http://www.amazon.com/Tracks-Sign-Reptiles-Amphibians-American/dp/0811711862). He has achieved specialist status in the CyberTracker (http://www.cybertracker.org/) evaluation process.
We will discuss how to recognize, and accommodate, strongly held belief systems that are hindering consensus and a successfully negotiated outcome.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Chicken Tetrazzini, and the "adventure" recipe will be White Fish Ragout.
Creative thinking, makes creating positive support systems possible, all families need a great structure and supportive group in order to grow and develop successfully with in today's society, everyday struggles make everyday situations almost unbearable for people to deal with by theirselves, unfortunately these are one of the issues that we face today that goes on thought of the most frequently is never taken into consideration, today on the Revolution Matters show we will be discussing how to build these positive and supportive structures please call me and let your stories ideas and voices be
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Systems are the KEY to any successful business. It allows for duplication as well as efficient training. You will learn what is needed to get your business set up properly from the start. Systems needed, examples, benefits of having systems, and much more.
If you are a new business looking to get your company started on the right track from the start or maybe you’ve had a business for a few years but just don’t know how to get your systems in a row then this course is for you.
1) Why systems are important to all business from small to large sellable ones
2) List of systems needed for most business with a few examples
3) Implementing your systems and processes for success
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Some people want a rating system for books. Is it a good idea or a bad one?
In this episode of Write Pack Radio, the Write Pack explores the idea of using rating systems for books like it is used for films, games, and music.
Should there be a rating system on books or does books already self-rate itself through its genres?
Or is a rating system just an additional complication?
Would a rating system help guide the reader?
Do rating systems just go too far?
Do ratings systems change as things that are “not socially acceptable” change as times change?
Do unofficial rating systems happen in society?
What do rating systems really rate?
Find all of our episodes on iTunes and Blog Talk Radio. A new episode is available every Sunday.
Topics we cover in this conversation:
Why a system is important, even (or especially) for small businesses who don’t have any money to waste.
How Henry Ford didn’t invent the automobile, but became successful by automating the process
How “slacking off” after the sale is why businesses (and marriages!) often fail
How most businesses become overwhelmed with the first three phases:
The Eight Phases of the Perfect Customer Lifecycle
Educating and building trust
Converting the lead
Processing the sale
Fulfilling, “wowing” & educating
Upselling and cross-selling
Creating advocates (testimonials, referrals, continuing the relationship)
Colin Daymude is an entrepreneur, national speaker, trainer, coach and author of 4 books and numerous industry white papers, Colin founded The Annual Mortgage Marketing Review Conference and was former CEO of the fastest growing training company in the US. Colin has personally and/or through Infusionsoft consulted with thousands of businesses and has been described as being on the “cutting edge as a speaker and marketing expert”.
Colin coordinates partner relationships for Infusionsoft and understands entrepreneurs.
Your sales prospects signal you in so many ways and come from so many places. Some directly type in your website, others might have seen some print collateral or traditional advertising. Others could have seen a TV ad or heard a commercial on the radio. Or they could have searched online, clicked on a PPC ad, social media….it’s endless.
Prospects are much more prone simply to pick up the phone and call you when they are ready to interact, as opposed to online chat or form inquires. Wouldn’t it be nice to know which of your advertising arms brought the prospect? And how that call went?
Well – in the digital marketing world, one source of recon on your efforts is essential – and that’s Call Tracking. We’re going over what you need to know about this fantastic technology that helps you steer quickly in the marketing landscape, and track the wins
On this episode of KidMin Weekly, Matt and Dave discuss the ins and outs of check-in systems. There's things to consider such as cost, capabilities, equipment, syncability with other church management software programs and more. Something else to consider, what does your check-in environment look like? Is this the first thing parents see when droping off kids? What is the check-in/out process of your ministry? They'll look into these points along with taking your questions or comments live on air, via twitter, facebook or text. The show is live on Tuesday, November 17, starting at 2:30PM EST/1:30PM CST.