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Entrepreneurs and business professionals are constantly being told that they need to have a presence on social media, such as a Facebook Fan Page, but that doesn't automatically generate leads. This show discusses the differences between social media and social influence, and the benefits of being able to build true social influence.
While it seems that blogs and twitter have taken over the thought leadership space - books still provide a "long-form" way to communicate more complicated and dense topics. Whether in dead tree format or via Kindle - books are a terrific source of inspiration and information.
For February, Influence Insiders are going to have a good ole fashioned book club - minus the cocktails and finger sandwiches.
Tune in to hear from our group on the books that influenced the way we influence. I'm sure with our group the selections will be diverse and interesting.
If you got a Kindle or a gift card for B&N for Christmas - this show will influence where you spend your money on books in 2010.
Learn how to leverage a fun way to build social influence just like stock trading!
Host Allison McClintick explores the idea of who we are and how judgement impacts all of how we try to assert ourselves-and offers 5 tips to begin dealing with how to be you in a world of judgement.
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We’re back with another episode of the Influence Insider. Mark your calendars now. Next Wednesday, September 15, 2010 at noon EDT we will be interviewing Sean Geehan, President and founder of The Geehan Group.
We all hear that B2B is “similar” to B2C and we should consider similar tactics when selling and marketing to the B2B market. But Sean has a bit of a different spin on that “common knowledge.”
Your B2B customers are different and if you sell to businesses you have different issues as well.
You should listen to the show if…
Your top customers account for a large amount of your revenue
Your company’s margins are being threatened or eroding
You have lost or are at risk of losing top customers
You have had new products fall short of revenue, margin and/or market share goals
Relationships with real decision makers of your most important customers are questionable
You struggle to measure the ROI on marketing or R&D programs
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Your world is a collection of influences which sway you in one direction or another. From your mother telling you to do your homework to a squirrel climbing a tree; influence is what helps us become the people we are and choose to be.
Join us as we travel through the tunnel of influence. We will not only explore the different types of influence there are, but also discuss the influences we are willing and not willing to accept.
In this episode, Debora McLaughlin, author of The Renegade Leader, joins the show to share her I.G.N.I.T.E. model for increasing your influence and impact at work.
Host Allison McClintick chats with military spouse and professional, ethics guru, fierce woman and thought leader, Kristina Hammock about influence in the real world and what it takes to gain authenticity and positive power.
Host and Leader Development Specialist, Allison McClintick, talks about empathy-it's positive impact on leadership and influence and the unfortunate consequences of when empathy is taken too far.
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Let's face it music in and of itself is a powerful influence in todays culture as well as the Church. Its just another way for Satan to get to us. And these influences can fit into the categories of pure or impure, for good or bad. There is an influence in the words of the music we listen to today, and we must be sober and vigilent as to what we allow in our minds. There is a number of secular songs, literature and balads that convey many negative and degrading meanings that are filled with sexual talk, degrading women/men, and encourages you to go with your feelings no matter what. The christian music industry also must be extremely careful as to the messages and beats it creates> Thankfully though we have God's holy word to help us know and discern what should go between our ears. Romans 12:2 says" Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect." It seems to imply that we must seek a transformation of mind and heart each day and rid ourselves of the temptation to "go with the flow" even with what we choose to listen or relax to. How can we have a stronger desire God and his word in this culture today? What can we do to be more proactive in understanding the influence of music so it does not pollute who we are in Christ? How can we speak in love to other believers about this subject?
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