• 00:50

    ADHD and Technology: Task Automation vs. Task Management

    in Self Help

    Got ADHD? What is task automation and task management? Are they different or the same? What role do they play in building systems that work? How can a person with ADHD use this technology to their advantage? In this episode of Attention Talk Radio we interview ADHD professional and techno app junkie Eric Tivers (www.EricTivers.com or www.ADHDReWired.com) around these key concepts. If you have ADHD and are seduced by the lure of technology to help you get organized, you won’t want to miss this show.


    Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.


    Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to www.digcoaching.com.

  • 00:30

    How Agent-Assisted Automation Drives Operational Profits

    in Health

    Dennis Adsit, Ph.D. from KomBea, explains why healthcare organizations are missing the value of untapped profits associated with contact center operations despite leveraging self-service and labor arbitrage.   Dr. Adsit walks through how agent-assisted automation technology can enable live agents to communicate with computer-like accuracy, security, and efficiency.

  • 00:31

    Relationship Strategy: Marketing Automation vs. Personal Touch 2015

    in Entrepreneur

    As entrepreneur's, we are all familiar with Ron Popeil's infomercial catch phrase, "Set it and Forget it," right? We are also equally familiar with "Push-Button" this and "Easy Button" that, right? So who wins between marketing automation or practicing a personal touch customer relation process? Who casts the final vote on this all-essential head-to-head battle between woman/man vs. robot relative to sustaining a connective love affair between company and consumer? To survive in business today, you have to be flexible and postured to adopt technology and processes that elicit efficiency. People and processes have to move quickly if you want to exceed the needs and demands of customers. That’s why across the business landscape we’re using marketing automation more than ever before. It’s the only way to keep up with expectations and demands; or is it? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

  • 00:29

    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Social Media Automation

    in Social Networking

    Learn how social media automation tools can help you, some of the most popular tools, as well as some of the pitfalls of using them.  

  • 00:13

    Pharmacy Podcast Episode 168 The Impact of Pharmacy Automation – Jenna Wahlstrom PharmD

    in Business

    We talk with Jenna Wahlstrom Pharm D. 

    Jenna works at Larsen Service Drug who opened their doors in 1952.

    The family business was founded by John O. Larsen. His son Larry Larsen currently owns and operates the business. Their full service pharmacy is ready to provide patients with the highest quality care. Larsen Service Drug also has a location in New Town, North Dakota. Their New Town store offers complete pharmacy services as well as a variety of over-the-counter products.

    Larsen believes in leveraging great pharmacy technology. Kirby Lester is a important partner to our business. Larsen also offers telepharmacy services that allow customers to interact with a pharmacist through video conference equipment on days where a pharmacist is not on site. 

    Larry Larsen, R.Ph. Larry Larsen obtained his pharmacy degree from North Dakota State University. After graduation, he returned to Watford City to eventually take over the family business. Larry acts as the chief pharmacist, managing the day to day activities of the pharmacy.

    Debbie Larsen Debbie Larsen started her working career in the cards and candy department at Norby's Department Store in Grand Forks, North Dakota. After obtaining a degree in Elementary Education and teaching for three years, she returned to the retail business. Debbie keeps the business on track as the bookkeeper. She also helps keep the store stocked with new and exciting merchandise as the head buyer.

  • 00:21

    Pharmacy Episode 167 Pharmacy Automation Pioneers - Kirby Lester

    in Business

    About KirbyLester: 
    Our Mission: Always Accurate, Affordable, Reliable, Simple.
    Since 1971, Kirby Lester has been reducing counting errors at a fraction of the cost of other automated dispensing devices. In fact, with systems that pay for themselves in months instead of years, Kirby Lester delivers the best quality control and return on investment possible.
    But accuracy and ROI aren't the only things on which we hang our lab coat. Our systems also make good sense because they are remarkably easy to use. All you need is a little counter space, a short tutorial, and you're in business. No other pharmacy technology company offers such practical, affordable, no-nonsense solutions. That makes us unique.
    Along with our simple, world-renowned tablet counters/pill counters, we offer

  • 00:56

    Nicole Ocean on Broker Price Opinions & BPO Automation

    in Real Estate

    Nicole Ocean, the founder of the BPO Automation Group, joins us to discuss the state of BPO's in 2014 - the best companies to apply for, which providers are doing the highest order volume in today's market, and how her software can help agents to streamline their BPO completion processes to save time and make money doing Broker Price Opinions.


     Take Action : Schedule a Free 1-on-1 Coaching Call or Visit Tim & Julie Harris® Real Estate Coaching

  • 01:10

    Listen Give Live | Episode 106

    in Lifestyle

    Join Gail Davvis and Jaee Logan for LISTENGIVE and SAVOY Sound bites about music, arts, culture, society, youth, education and giving back.


    Join us with Special Guests Nicole Condit, Madeline Condit & Associates, LLC & Private Blog, Consultant for Small Businesses-Mother Extraordinaire-Traveler-Humanitarian discussing a humanitarian project, motherhood and supporting small businesses; and S. Vadocz, discussing young people & automation, innovation and a major invention you don't want to miss that will revolutionize life as we know it.  (NOTE:  LISTENGIVE & SAVOY shall put Stefan's company in later - this is an amazing surprise).


    Visit ListenGive.com to learn more information.  Don't forget to LIKE our Facebook Page LISTENGIVE.

  • 00:53

    Is Google About to Slap Your Site? and...Referrals Made Easy And Automatic

    in Business

    (learn more about the coming Google algorithm change- check out Karen's site here: http://autopilotonlinesuccess.com/)


     


    Segment one of Heath's show asks the question:


    Are you about to experience a big, fat "Google slap?"  


    Silicon Valley web designer and developer Karen Sielski says, "Yes.. unless your website is mobile friendly."  


    Many business owners could see the website rankings they've worked so hard to achieve tank overnight. Google  has decided to penalize those sites it deems unfriendly to smart phones, tablets, and other mobile devices.  This could have a devastating effect, especially on those who sell their wares online or who rely on search to drive customers to their businesses.


    Karen will also discuss the importance of creating sites that are aesthetically pleasing AND track well in search, and how to have sites that look like they cost THOUSANDS, while only spending HUNDREDS.


    What is the #1 Complaint of Business Customers?... Feeling as if businesses don't really care about them...


    Part 2 of the show continues our theme of personalizing the digital age- automating without losing that human touch.  Heath welcomes Carl Maerz, COO of the innovative referral automation company Rocket Referrals.  Carl will talk about why database marketing is so critical to achieve success in your business, and how you can automate the process without losing your humanity.  


    Letting your clients know how different you are by showing your genuine concern is the first step in creating a referral process that really works.


    www.rocketreferrals.com


     


     


     

  • 00:08

    A Morning Broadcast

    in Blogs

    How do you feel about community colleges offering 4 year degree programs?


    Bakersfield College is the first community college in California to offer a bachelors degree, this offer begins on Jan 20, 2016. The degree is in industrial automation.  The whole cost will be less than 10,000 compared to the average of 25,000 – 50,000 at a University.


    I am personally glad to see that these selected community colleges are offering these programs. I believe this offers student degrees that will actually be used at an affordable price. I would advice students and older adults to apply for their FAFSA in order to be ready to take advantage of new degrees that may be offered in the future.  


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  • 01:01

    Marketing: Visibility, Credibility, and Authority

    in Business

    On today’s show we are going to delve into the often secretive world of online marketing. What is it that makes one blogger into an enormous success, while another equally talented writer never sees more than 100 views per day? Why do some startups turn into multi-million dollar companies and others fail within the first year? The difference is marketing. People frequently focus on SEO as the only thing they need to do to promote their business’ website. The reality is that SEO is just a vehicle, the real marketing happens on your end. I am excited to welcome Dr. Marc Kossmann and Chris M. Sprague to the show to talk about how to build your online presence.


    What happens with a clinical psychologist who loves doing video interviews teams up with a public speaker who has a deep background in information technology? You get VideoConent.Agency! Dr. Marc Kossmann and Chris M. Sprague have developed a virtual recording studio platform that allows expert coaches and consultants to quickly and easily map out, create, and distribute video content across the web. This platform is used to produce and distribute online video talk-shows for their clients and their own Internet Talk Show called Experts Showcase where guests get a great piece of marketing material for their business – for free! When it comes to maintaining high levels of productivity and focus for these two creative guys (and their clients), automation and efficiency are the keys.

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