By: Eric Reamer and Angel Tuccy Issue: Resource Management Section: Making Airwaves
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It has been said that it takes a village to raise a child. If that's true, then perhaps we can agree that it takes many villages, lots of repetition, and a solid foundation to create a revolution in the way people treat other people in business. To this end, the Experience Pros Radio Show and ICOSA work every day to provide listeners across America with compelling stories of philanthropy, business development, advances in technology, and extreme customer service.
The show, recently named "The most positive business talk show in America,”* offers listeners a well-rounded cornucopia of resources covering a wide range of elements essential to building a collaborative business model. From developing sustainable business practices to exporting to a world full of eager buyers, guest experts and regular segment hosts provide information over the airwaves that challenges business owners and managers to take a hard look at how their business really operates. "We are the catalyst for the internal combustion that leads to revolutionary change in business", says Eric Reamer, co-host of the radio show.
James Fischer hosts the Monday segment, "Navigating the Growth Curve." During his time on the air, Fischer guides listeners through the seven stages of business development. His practical approach, called the Growth Curve, allows him to teach business owners how to identify issues that cause problems and to literally be able to predict the future of a company's growth regardless of economic environment. He has served more than 750 companies ranging from the solo-preneur to the Fortune 100. He helped one company go from $0 to $30 million in only 18 months. Fischer's training follows the principles written about in his book, Navigating the Growth Curve, available for free in digital format from www.SustainableBusinessGrowth.com. Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Scott Barclay, who joins the show every Tuesday morning, offers listeners a rare look inside the investment business from a (reformed) stockbroker's perspective. His segment, "Investing in You" offers candid insights surrounding all types of investment opportunities without the motivation of using your money to make money for himself. This approach to financial education—minus the less-than-altruistic motives of most broker/managers—yields an ROI that is in the best interest of the most interested party when it comes to investing—YOU. Barclay's book, audio tips, reports and workshops can be found at www.HowTheInvestmentBusinessReallyWorks.com.
Dentists, by the very nature of their work, are predisposed to be low on the list of people whom others wish to visit. And yet, one dentist in the Denver suburb of Centennial, Colorado has a long line of people bringing their business to him—and an even longer line of current clients literally singing the praises of a customer experience that transcends expectations. Dr. Camillo DiLizia offers this explanation for the virtual flood of clients his practice serves, "I do my best to live life on the bright side." His regular Wednesday radio segment of the same name allows many thousands of listeners a glimpse into what makes this dentist special. Sure, he's formally trained and has over 25 years of practical experience, but it's his uplifting, positive attitude, spiced with a little left-over New Jersey flavor, that drives people through the doors and motivates them to outperform all of his marketing efforts. Get to know "Dr. D" yourself at www.DentalWellnessDC.com.
Few people have ever been able to say that they've lost more than a million dollars, because in order to make that claim, one must have had a million dollars to lose. Australian serial entrepreneur Michael Russo has not only lost millions, but now makes a living helping others avoid the mistakes he made in business. His Wednesday morning segment is called "Up and Over from Down Under," and though he calls in live in the middle of the night, his business tips and marketing prowess is a favorite feature of the show. Russo is currently producing a television program called "Bankruptcy Rocks TV" which hopes to launch early 2012 in Australia, and then here in the U.S. later the same year. For more information on Russo and his program, please visit www.BankruptcyRocks.com.
Jan Mazotti, editor of ICOSA and host of the "Connect + Collaborate with ICOSA" segment of the radio program assembles a who's who in the business community to appear as guests during the show. From inventors to Nobel Laureates, educators, to the U.S. Department of Commerce, Mazotti connects collaborators with a national audience. "We love bringing stories of high-impact world-changers to listeners all across the country," she says. "The issues we discuss on the show affect all of us locally, nationally, and even globally."
The Experience Pros Radio Show, hosted by Angel Tuccy and Eric Reamer airs daily for two hours in Denver, Colorado and nationally for one hour on WXJC (850 AM and 92.5 FM) in Birmingham, AL and KJSL (630 AM) in St. Louis, MO, as well as for an hour a week on KFNX (1100 AM) in Phoenix, AZ.
*"Most positive business talk show in America" - Dr. Ivan Misner, Founder, BNI Networking Groups.