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This month’s interview features the financial expertise of one of the top retirement professionals out there, Mr. Rodger Alan Friedman. Rodger shares with us, “Crucial Retirement Steps for Dentists to Take, Now!”
Rodger is a premier financial planner; what we cover could well change your life. Retirement has become more complex than ever; just as you have a team for your practice, a knowledgeable financial team is key to the complexities of retirement success!
Just a few of the topics we discuss are:
· Successful investors always have a _________
· THIS = the key component of the markets
· Is volatility is the new normal?
· Discounts are good for adding to 401ks
· Good, Bad and Ugly debt
· The Many Dimensions of Retirement Planning
· Importance of Credentialed Expertise
· Know what you’re invested in!
· Successful Investor Habits
· And, much, much more. . .
Diana Dykstra, President of the California/Nevada Credit Union League wraps up 2011 on the RadioFree CU Show
Hosted by Jason Dias and Troy Hall. A weekly look at what is hot and happening in the CU marketplace. Dynamic guests, interesting topics and of course music from the next generation of car and home buyers.
A Business Networking Event Like No Other!
Enjoy an evening in an exciting, business-minded setting with radio personality, author and expert marketer, Robert Gatewood, MBA and branding expert William Maxwell.
Enjoy a LIVE, dynamic and entertaining radio program Hear an inspirational marketing sermon by Robert Gatewood Network with other professional business owners Give your elevator pitch to a group of dynamic business owners Enjoy delicious finger foods! Win a door prize! Don't come to sell. Come to inform, listen and watch the sales come to you. It works!
Presenter Robert Gatewood, is a radio talk show host, adjunct professor, and marketing expert. He has many years of presenting under his belt. He makes it informative, interesting and downright fun. See the comments of others who have attended one or more of his seminars. (Yes, many come back time and time again.)
Are you confused or frustrated about how to sell your educational products to schools? You’re not alone! The K-12 market has always been a challenging space to enter with unclear distribution channels for ed tech start-ups. But a new study by researchers at Harvard University reveals that there are new partnering options and that established channels are evolving. Another trend emerges: even as the industry relies on the traditional direct sales model, managers of ed tech companies are increasingly using hybrid channels, a variety of resources and methods to sell to schools. And, while the ed tech distribution landscape is evolving for suppliers, so is the environment for K-12 decision makers. If gaining access to the K-12 market is important to you, listen to this 15-minute program. Host and education channel expert Glen McCandless interviews guest Jim McGarry, president of EDMarket Association (sponsor of the new distribution study) about key findings from this new study that you’ll want to hear!
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I've had a few people ask me what I mean about values and beliefs and how they help define your brand. On this episode I'm sharing a few of my thoughts about this with you. Values are what you consider important, your ethics your principles and standards of behaviour. Beliefs are defined as an acceptance that a statement is true or something exists. Listen in to what I've got to say about values and beliefs and how they help you define and discover your brand. I'll also discuss the four things that go into branding, based on this infographic from Dubyts Communications.
Today we'll be speaking with Sheri Rhodes, owner of Mountain View Studios, a small manufacturing company located in Tennessee. Sheri never though she'd own a resin casting company! As a sculptor though, she looked for ways to cast her own original creations and that took her on the path to starting a small business. Sheri will share her story with our listeners with tips to help you start a small business. Don't miss it!
This is for GrownUps who want to make Grown Up Income
What an excellent discovery!
321 held a prospecting training event in Sacramento with a diverse group of salespeople from various industries. There were salespeople from as far away as San Francisco (and Kansas if I can count CA transplants).
Our company has been slowly but surely helping salespeople understand that 80% of sales has nothing to do with products. It's a tough nut to crack because many salespeople start their careers without any formal sales education.
321 has irrefutable proof to demonstrate how selling has two parts by using a life situation Americans see in every city.
You really will enjoy this show.
321 Set Appointments, LLC provides sales traning and business development services to real estate brokers, attorneys, dentists, cosmetic surgeons and insurance agencies.
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