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Episode 121 – Connie Allen – Casinos / audio

Casinos

Connie Allen joins host Craig Price to talk about casinos and her life as a blackjack dealer. Gambling can be fun or can be destructive. Thankfully, Craig and casinos fit firmly in the fun category and he deals straight with Connie about cheating, misconceptions people have about casinos, proper gambling table etiquette and much more. Her new book The Casino through a Dealer’s Eyes covers the rules of many common casino games, money management and various table game techniques. There’s more to casinos than just walking and throwing your money away. It can be a really great time if you have the right perspective!

You can learn more about Connie and her book at www.thecasinothroughadealerseyes.tateauthor.com

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Episode 120 – Jeff Korhan – Social Marketing / audio

Social Marketing

Jeff Korhan (@JeffKorhan on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss social marketing. By now, it’s pretty well established that Craig has a love-hate relationship with social media. Jeff, along with his latest book Built-In Social: Essential Social Marketing Practices for Every Small Business talk Craig down off the ledge as they talk about how every business must be a media company moving forward. Videos, podcasts, blogs and more are just part of the new marketing landscape and if you don’t learn about it, you will be left behind! They also talk about how Facebook’s new algorithm has made their business pages more and more uselesss to the small mom and pop shops. They also discuss how important Google+ will be moving forward and how important content marketing is to your overall social media marketing strategy.

 You can learn more about Jeff and his book at http://www.JeffKorhan.com 

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Episode 119 – Dawnna St. Louis – Confidence / audio

Confidence

Dawnna St. Louis (@DawnnaStLouis on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss confidence. Typically, Craig wouldn’t have a speaker come talk about confidence because it usually ends up in the realm of unicorn fart and rainbows. You know, too much fluff not enough real stuff. But Dawnna proves her ideas on confidence and entrepreneurship are more than grounded in reality. The two realists talk about her soon to be released book “Mojo Mogul“,  Steve Jobs, Hitler (not at the same time!), what are gut feelings and intuition and how there is more to confidence than being over-confident. It’s a wide ranging episode that covers many issues entrepreneurs face every day on their way to mogul-dom. 

You can learn all about Dawnna at her obviously named website  http://www.dawnna.com – She’s like Prince, Cher and Sade! 

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Episode 118 – Nancy Hartwell – Human Trafficking / audio

Human Trafficking

Nancy Hartwell joins host Craig Price to discuss the horrors of human trafficking. Craig puts aside his goofiness to talk about a serious subject that many may not know is still going on. The two discuss what kinds of women are targeted, how they are coerced into bad situations and what it is like living the life of a sex slave. 

Nancy has gathered storied from over four decades of research and combined them into The Human Trafficking Seriesa true-based fictional series of books that take an inside look at what victims of human trafficking really live through. Presented in a matter-of-fact, restrained tone, they describe the daily horrors of enslavement and how the people who find themselves in this unthinkable situation try to cope. 

You can learn more about Nancy and her works at http://www.NancyHartwell.com and her books are currently available on Amazon.com.

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Episode 117 – David Dye – Leadership Communication / audio

Leadership Communication

David Dye (@DavidMDye on twitter) talks with host Craig Price about the importance of proper leadership communication.  David’s new book “7 Things Your Team Needs To Hear You Say” covers many of the issues with today’s leaders and how they can lead more effectively. Craig and David cover a lot of ground that includes: Fear as is a poor yet popular tactic that usually only gets the least amount of effort acceptable, Craig getting robbed at gunpoint and why leaders need to humanize themselves instead of setting themselves above their employees. 

In The Seven Things Your Team Needs to Hear You Say, David shares practical and encouraging leadership communication tools you can use to cultivate engaged, responsible, and results-oriented teams. Whether you’re a new front-line leader, a small business owner, or a veteran manager, The Seven Things Your Team Needs to Hear You Say will inspire you to inspire your team. You don’t need buckets of charisma – they just need to hear you say these seven things.

 You can learn more about David at http://www.trailblazeinc.com

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