Imagine that at a business gathering a person who has an obvious disability enters the room. You feel compelled to talk with him or her, yet you are not sure what is appropriate to say.
You’ll have a better grasp of what not to say and, more positively, what to say after you hear my interview with Kristina Rhoades, who has been in a wheelchair since infancy. Watch the video above. . .now!
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Lorrie Thomas Ross–CEO of Web Marketing Therapy, based in Santa Barbara, California (three time zones away from Georgia)–set her alarm extra early, so she could join our 9:00 a.m. broadcast in “The Communication Corner,” my weekly interview program on WBCX, 89.1 FM.
During our highly informative discussion, co-hosted by Kristina Rhoades, Lorrie covered these and related topics:
–Her own unlikely start as an Internet professional
–Why “maximizing relationships” is absolutely “the true meaning of marketing”
–Logical sequence of steps for getting started with the Web
–Her observation that “flash can be trash” on Web sites
–A persuasive way to ask people to sign up for your online newsletter
–The power of “content marketing”
–Making the most of your blog
–Video as a vital component of your marketing plan
HEAR LORRIE THOMAS ROSS’S SUPERB ADVICE
Click the arrow near the bottom of this page, located just above the Audio MP3 lettering. You’ll hear our full 60 minute interview.
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Lorrie Thomas Ross’s energetic, articulate interview demonstrated the professional advantage you have when you can speak clearly and compellingly,to an audience you’re facing– or even an invisible audience on radio or TV. Do you want to speak with “poise, power, and persuasion” as Lorrie does? Then I encourage you to contact me about 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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