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3000 Days of wearing a nametag!

Congratulations to Scott Ginsberg, author, speaker and the worlds’ expert on approachability.  (I would also add the king of effectively branding yourself) Scott has now been wearing a nametag to make people friendlier for 3000 days straight and counting.  I have read Scott’s books, attended his seminars, read his blog, reaped the benefits of his coaching calls, and now utilize the video training on NametagTV.  Scott is in my opinion one of the best business topic experts out there.  He works from a fresh prospective and has a great sense of humor.  3000 days of doing anything is a big feat.  Kudos to Scott for his determination and ability to stay focused!  Scott’s business and website are of course entitled


January 20, 2009 at 6:35 pm 1 comment

Coaching call with Scott Ginsberg

I was selected to receive a free coaching call from Scott Ginsberg, the Name Tag Guy.  Only 15 people were selected out of all the respondents.  The call was very useful.  Scott and I talked about my website, my marketing message, social networking sites, blogging, Duct Tape Marketing, E-Myth Revisited business approach and about me conducting marketing workshops and seminars.  Scott is very good at playing devil’s advocate and asking great questions.  I gained a lot of insight from our call.


In reference to my marketing workshops, we also discussed Scott’s three newest books, The Approachable Salesperson, The Approachable Manager and The Approachable Frontline.  I recently purchased the books to put the practices to use at 360 Graphics, as well as deliver marketing seminars on the concepts in the near future.  I am in the process of reading them now and they’re great!  Of course, I wouldn’t expect anything less from Scott.  I think he’s a very cool guy and has accomplished extraordinary things in his mere 28 years.  I was instantly drawn to his creative mind and business concept when he gave the keynote at the Women’s Entrepreneurial Network Business Expo in Toledo, Ohio a couple years ago.  Scott and I have kept in light contact, and I’ve followed his works ever since.  I am glad to have him as an information source.  If you don’t know who Scott is check out:


December 12, 2008 at 9:39 pm 3 comments

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