Monthly Archive: April 2012

Apr 30 2012

The Power of Conversation

Willie Johnson

Willie Johnson, the Ambassador of Potentiality, talks about mastering the art of conversation in this week’s show.

Only 7% of our message is communicated through words. In a digital world that is dominated by text-only communication, it’s time to re-engage face to face. That one-on-one conversation is where relationships are forged and we get the total communication picture.

We welcome performance and training consultant Willie Johnson, the “Ambassador of Potentiality,” to the show. We’ll talk about communicating, asking questions, listening, and understanding the differences of others on teams. Mastering the art of conversation is the secret to more sales and better personal and professional relationships.

Willie Johnson, the Ambassador of Potentiality, talks about mastering the art of conversation in this week’s show.

Episode airs on Thursday, April 18, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. CST.

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This is an encore presentation of Episode 2.
The episode aired originally April 30, 2012.

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Episode 2

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Apr 23 2012

Success Secrets from a Kitchen-Table CEO

kim-hodous

We welcome Kim Hodous, author of Show Up, Be Bold, Play Big: 33 Strategies for Outrageous Success and Lasting Happiness from a Former Stay-at-Home Mom Who Built a 7-Figure Business from Her Kitchen Table.

Join us to learn the secret to balancing a growing family with a growing business and hiring the right people. As a former high school history teacher, Kim Hodous, the founder and CEO of Rockwood Jewelry, had zero business experience. But from her kitchen table, she built a seven-figure business in less than seven years.Her jewelry designs have appeared in over ten million catalogs and her work was recognized in 2007 when she was inducted into the Arkansas Small Business Hall of Fame. Kim believes that how you show up in every situation sets the stage for the impact you make with those around you. With humor and insight, Kim shares some of her secrets for success. Her book is called Show Up, Be Bold, Play Big: 33 Strategies for Outrageous Success and Lasting Happiness from a Former Stay-at-Home Mom Who Built a 7-Figure Business from Her Kitchen Table.

kim-hodous-bookEpisode airs on Thursday, April 16, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. CST.

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This is an encore presentation of Episode 1.
The episode aired originally April 23, 2012.

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Episode 1

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