Meredith Bell: “Work on Yourself”

With Meredith Bell

For more than three decades, Meredith Bell of Newport News, Virginia has been a leader in fostering personal and professional development. In “The Communication Corner” on WBCX-FM, co-host Kristina Rhoades and I hosted Meredith for a very informative hour. Meredith described what she has learned by serving top-caliber individual and corporate clients.

Among the topics we covered:
–Working harder on ourselves than on our job
–Meeting the challenge of changing our habits
–How to give constructive feedback
–Why employees value compliments so highly
–A lesson learned when stung by a yellow jacket
–Steps toward discovering your “top strength”
–Her F-A-R formula for making improvements
–“Rewiring the brain” so you can make changes
–Role of mentors and coaches in our development

HEAR MY INTERVIEW WITH MEREDITH
Click the arrow near the bottom of this page, located just above the Audio MP3 lettering. You’ll hear our full 60 minute interview.

RESPOND WITH YOUR COMMENTS
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CONTACT MEREDITH
To learn more about her company’s services and products–especially the ProStar Coach system:

E-mail: mailto:meredith@prostarcoach.com

Web site: http://tinyurl.com/44hw7vk

Meredith will welcome your inquiries.

GET VALUABLE SPEAKING TIPS AND STRATEGIES FROM MY NEW FACEBOOK BUSINESS PAGE
Meredith Bell’s WBCX highly articulate interview demonstrated the professional advantage you have when you can speak clearly and compellingly,to an audience you’re facing or even on radio or TV. So I encourage you to consider my Speech Coaching service. Here’s the link to my new Facebook business page, titled: “Dr. Bill Lampton- Speech Coach for Champions”
http://bit.ly/iRv6EA

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Dick Simmonds’ Job Interview Guidelines

With Career Search Leader Dick Simmonds

Dick Simmonds, President and Founder of metro Atlanta-based Miramonte, joined “The Communication Corner” on WBCX-FM. He provided valuable strategies for job interviews. Using his advice, your interviews will change from stressful to successful.

Among the topics we covered:
–Most effective ways to get interviews scheduled
–Researching your potential employer
–Appropriate dress code
–PowerPoint presentations
–Describing your qualifications without bragging
–The most persuasive nonverbal signals
–Negotiating a salary offer

HEAR MY INTERVIEW WITH DICK SIMMONDS
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RESPOND WITH YOUR COMMENTS
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DICK SIMMOND’S CONTACT INFORMATION
Web site: http://www.miramonte.biz
E-mail: mailto:dsimmonds@miramonte.biz
Phone: 404-606-8836

WATCH MY VIDEO INTERVIEW WITH DICK SIMMONDS RE SALARY NEGOTIATIONS
http://bit.ly/rjovDY

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GET VALUABLE SPEAKING TIPS AND STRATEGIES FROM MY NEW FACEBOOK BUSINESS PAGE
Sometimes during interviews you will need to speak to a selection committee. That’s where my Speech Coaching comes to your assistance. Here’s the link to my new Facebook business page, titled: “Dr. Bill Lampton- Speech Coach for Champions”
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You’ll find beneficial guidelines for speaking with “poise, power, and persuasion.” Click “Like” to stay connected for updates.