Breast Cancer survivors Lois Geller, Joan Pryde, Judith Glaser, Paula Lovell joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why screening is so important and why, even after being diagnosed, they still get regular check-ups and mammograms.
Breast Cancer survivors Lois Geller, Joan Pryde, Judith Glaser, Paula Lovell joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how awareness marketing has evolved, and not always for the better.
How one small business finds ROI in putting employees first. Paula Lovell joins Jim Blasingame with a case study on how one company found great successful with a marketing strategy that focuses on employees first and customers second.
Is there an ROI in a smile? Paula Lovell joins Jim Blasingame to report on how one small business owner grew her business exponentially based on the power of a smile.
It's breast cancer awareness month. Joan Pryde and Judith Glaser joins Jim Blasingame to be the first of four ladies to tell their breast cancer experience and survival story and remind all women to get screened yearly.
Should you get screened if breast cancer doesn't run in your family? Paula Lovell and Lois Geller join Jim Blasingame to discuss their breast cancer experience and stories of survival, plus how breast cancer isn't always genetic, and dealing with the fear of cancer.
Is breast cancer a death sentence? Lois Geller, Judith Glaser, Paula Lovell, and Joan Pryde join Jim Blasingame to say cancer doesn't have to define you. Take action, get screened, participate in clinical trials.
What are the differences between women and men business owners? Paula Lovell joins Jim Blasingame with a lively discussion about why women and men process information differently and what we can do to work together more effectively.
Expanding the concept of PR in your small business, Paula Lovell joins Jim Blasingame to suggest that you work with a peer business owner to do mystery shopping in each other's business as a way of improving PR with customers.
Jim Blasingame talks with three breast cancer survivors who are also members of his Brain Trust: Lois Geller, Judith Glaser, and Paula Lovell. These courageous ladies talk about their own experiences with breast cancer and how it has changed their lives in many ways.