Mike Simmons from Catalyst Sale shares some lessons and observations learned from the 2019 Podcast Movement Conference in Orlando. Such topics include why conference speakers should think before name-dropping, the habit of shoulder-talking, connecting people, and the power of empathy.
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Lee Cockerell, Dan Cockerell, and Jeff Noel join me on this episode of the Jody Maberry Show to answer questions from a listener. For most people, dreams are big and ideas are many; however, very few act on them due to apathy and indifference. As Lee notes, part of the problem lies within our laurels. […]
To obtain a five-star level is no easy task. Dan Cockerell, speaking consultant and former Disney executive, joins in to discuss what five-star customer service looks like. While many think a one or two-star rating represents poor quality, such scores often pertain to basic amenity provision with higher ratings contingent on specialty amenities. However, […]
As a social outlet for businesses, LinkedIn has been a helpful networking resource for many years. Unfortunately, its effectiveness has started to dip, in part, to the lack of personal engagement and connection. While many use LinkedIn for the right reasons, the rise in automated interaction is a real concern moving forward. According to Simmons, […]
David Hancock joins the Jody Maberry Show to talk about the power of attending live events. As leaders, it’s important we never stop learning; however, it’s also important to make our presence known as we learn. In an age where continuing education happens more in isolation, there’s a growing power in attending live events. […]