September 23, 2014
In this special edition of Reality Check, host Craig Price plays an extended excerpt from his negativity program highlighting his self-conceived “Price Personality Scale”. Recently, Craig was able to present a 90 minute breakout session for a group of project managers and was able to record it for posterity. Craig talks about personality vs. attitude, the types of positive and negative personalities and some of the examples of each.
You can learn more about Craig’s programs at http://therealistsguide.com or you can buy his book “Half a Glass: The Realist’s Guide” directly from his website.
APP BONUS: Craig includes his “6 Tips for Managing the New Workforce” e-book.
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
Greg Kozera joins Craig to discuss his new book “Just the Fracks, Ma’am: The TRUTH about Hydrofracking and the Next Great American Boom”. While this topic has recently become controversial, it’s actually been a process in use for quite a while. Greg answers Craig’s questions on water safety, earthquakes and reminds everyone to not take everything you hear at face value…including modern day documentaries.
You can learn more about Greg’s new book at http://justthefracksbook.com/
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