Word of Mouth Daily – November 28, 2011 – Facebook Proves Linda was Right!

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Word of Mouth Daily – November 28, 2011

Facebook Proves Linda was Right!

Linda, our CEO and Chief Brand Alchemist, has a saying: “There are only four people in the world.” She means that we’re all connected and serve a role in each other’s lives. Linda should know. Afterall, her natural strength is making connections.

But only four people? That seems like too few.

Well, leave it to Facebook to prove Linda correct. The Facebook Data Team posted a note on Facebook last week describing the results of two studies done in conjunction with the Università degli Studi di Milano. And the conclusion? According to their findings:

We found that six degrees actually overstates the number of links between typical pairs of users: While 99.6% of all pairs of users are connected by paths with 5 degrees (6 hops), 92% are connected by only four degrees (5 hops).

Image how this works for your business. You are 4 degrees away from making any connection you need. Read the full Facebook note here.

Intrigued by the power you wield? Talk to us about it and Hamptons Creative Group will start you off on making the right connections.

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Word of Mouth – October 20, 2011 – Preparation

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Word of Mouth – October 20, 2011

Preparation

Last week, we talked about Linda’s trip to San Francisco for a spiritual marketing seminar. That seminar was another milestone in a fall season filled with exciting happenings in store for Hamptons Creative Group (and you). As we look back at that the plans we made, we begin to marvel at how everything we’ve planned is coming together.
 
It hasn’t been without effort. In fact, we’ve augmented our already terrific team in order to make new elements coalesce, and prepare ourselves to meet our clients’ needs as we grow and as they grow.

Meet Judi Cogen, our newest Social Media Strategist who works with us virtually (as several ofJudi Cogen, Social Media Strategist our team members do). She’s helping us provide top-level service to our clients on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and more. Some businesses relied on their summer interns to handle their social media marketing efforts. Once those interns transitioned back to school, business were stuck asking now what?

Because we have pr ofessionals on our team focused on helping your business grow (not on getting college credit) Hamptons Creative Group helps take what you might have thought of as a time-drain and turn it into a business booster. Donna Amos, our Inspirer of Possibilities, identified Judi as just the right person to help our clients. 

When we explore bringing new people in, we first identify the role we want them to play, and the unique expertise they need to do the job right. That’s part of the preparation to ensure they are successful, so that we can be successful as a team.
 
What are you doing to prepare for your next big happening? Are you adding staff for an event or promotion? Bringing in experts for a quick consult? When you spend time planning, your rewards are that much sweeter because you’ve laid the groundwork for success.
 
If your next big thing is still floating around your head, talk with us. We’re prepared to help you with things like custom Facebook and LinkedIn pages, marketing plans, and in-depth relationships through our Marketing Partnership

Don’t let the opportunity to prepare for success pass you by.
 

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Word of Mouth – October 13, 2011 – San Francisco

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Word of Mouth – October 13, 2011

San Francisco

As you read this, Linda’s in San Francisco for a spiritual marketing seminar. No, she’s not learning how to market to ghosts – although that would fit our October theme of trick or tweeting, Suzanne Falter-Barns and Jeffrey Van Dyk. Image © Siddiqi Ray, LLC.wouldn’t it?

Rather, she’s on a spiritual marketing quest, led by the esteemed Suzanne Falter-Barns and Jeffrey Van Dyk.

These soul-guided entrepreneurs ask participants to surrender more deeply to their innate gifts, wherever they are at in their business. It’s like a spa visit for your soul!

Special thanks to Marie Guthrie for the invitation. Linda met Marie at a mastermind event a few years ago, and she has been part of the Hamptons Creative Group extended family ever since. Marie’s a Career & Life Change Strategist who brings clarity to the goals of her own clients, just like Hamptons Creative Group brings clarity to the goals of our customers.

One thing Linda’s never been afraid of is delving deep into her own marketing mission to discover how to better serve those who need our help.

But if you’re afraid to take the first step into the sometimes scary work of social media, try our free Guide to Twitter for Marketing Managers and Small Businesses. You’ll learn to apply some simple rules you already know (really, you do!) to your Twitter marketing.

So click on the link and get started on your own marketing quest!

 

 

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October 2011 Newsletter – Creative Thought Matters

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October ’11 Newsletter – Creative Thought Matters

 

Message from the Alchemist

 

If you needed any more proof that social media is here to stay, here it is. A few weeks ago, Linda and 111 of her closest friends from 45 years ago gathered at a house in Southampton for a reunion.

So what, you say? The reunion was coordinated over Facebook! The group also discovered through social media that, unbeknownst to them, two of them had been living just 5 doors apart – for 24 years!
 
Linda loves to say that there are only 4 people in the world, and they all know each other. That’s definitely something this reunion brought home, courtesy of Facebook. Almost everyone at the gathering brought their smart phones, iPads or other devices, and started connecting even more with each other.

Not only was it amazing to see people from way back when, but it also raised everyone’s awareness of their surroundings.

The moral of the story? It’s not too complicated to find anyone these days, including Hamptons Creative Group. In fact, we love making it easy to get to us, and get to know us. Just follow the links…

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Heard Around the Cooler


The retooling of the Hamptons Water Cooler is right on track for the first of the year.

So get your membership now before the expanded functions are live (and the membership fee is implemented).

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IN THIS ISSUE


  Message from the Alchemist
  Around the Cooler
  Beach Booty

  Success Stories

  On the Horizon

  Announcements

OTHER NEWS

The first chilly breezes have started as fall begins this year. We see people from our window over Main Street starting to bundle up. We’re starting to bundle up, too, but not because it’s getting cool outside. In fact, we’re bundling because things are heating up!

Hamptons Creative Group will soon announce successive service bundles — groupings of individual marketing efforts that work effectively together. We’ve identified what works best, and coupled with requests from clients, these bundles will be available to everyone later this year. Hopefully that should help you shake off the cold!   

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Beach Booty: Tips from Hamptons Creative Group

 

How do you say it? It takes only 7 seconds for people to make 11 assumptions about you, and you may be completely serious, passionate, and confident about what you have to say, but your body language and clothing may be sending a different message. Image matters.

Need help polishing your image to match your passion? Let Hamptons Creative Group help you match the image to the passion of your brand.

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Success Stories

 

James Whittall, a successful mortgage broker in the Hamptons, wanted to take his business to the next level. He needed a trusted advisor to help create suitable marketing messages. He also wanted to explore the most appropriate and effective channels for his messages. That’s where we came in.

Hamptons Creative Group, as a trusted advisor, helped James discover his unique qualities – the ones that make him stand out in the mortgage industry. Like the careful and methodical person James is, he’s created many products and services, but hasn’t fully executed their delivery through social media, email and his website.

HCG has the marketing expertise to drive all makes and models of marketing vehicles, and to teach our clients to do the same. In this buyers’ economy, it’s important to attract the right customers, whatever your industry.

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On the Horizon

 

Is Twitter (or even the idea of Twitter) playing tricks on you?
 
As we enter the season of Goblins, Monsters, and Ghouls, Hamptons Creative Group is here to tell you that you don’t have to be afraid of using Twitter for your business. Whether you are a Twitter novice or are looking to get the most from the service, our Guide to Twitter will help you. Get your copy at no charge instantly right here.
 
So, what’s on the horizon? Let us know your challenges and we’ll help you make the changes toward your own success story
. Click here to start now.

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Announcements

 

Linda’s headed to San Francisco in her quest to further develop tools and techniques to help clients. She’s attending a spiritual marketing conference. No, not marketing to ghosts, but marketing for heart-based and spiritual entrepreneurs! Thanks to Marie Guthrie for the invitation.

Hamptons Creative Group always looks for opportunities for joint venture partners. These partners leverage our own reach and combine with another’s network for the client’s benefit. Ask us what that means for you!

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Special Tuesday Word of Mouth – What I Did on Summer Vacation II – August 23, 2011

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What I Did on Summer Vacation Part II

Last time I hinted that part two of my summer vacation story would involve “hail storms and top-secret tomatoes.” Were you curious as to what I could possibly mean by that?

Well, read on!

Lady Liberty newly restored, I headed to up state New York to visit family. At least that was the initial plan. Mother Nature has her own summer plans, which that day included a hail storm wicked and wild enough to bring interstate traffic to a standstill.

In fact, two lanes on the highway shut down completely. It amazed me how, with the thousands of drivers that needed to pass through the single remaining lane, we were able to navigate as a unit. Taking turns merging into the funnel can cause quite a headache when someone tries to sneak ahead of the line. But, with the onslaught of ice balls from above, everyone played nice.

I was worried to see what kind of new dents Lady Liberty would sustain in the storm. Low and behold, she stood up just fine. It goes to show that when you take care of the things that drive you — whether that be literally like a car, or figuratively like your marketing goals or your family values — those things will protect you as well.

Safe and sound up state, the family and I decided to have a special lunch at the Culinary Institute of America (C.I.A.). We checked their website to see which of their eateries would be open and headed over to the campus. Wouldn’t you know it, it was the first day of their new trimester and students and families were swarming the grounds. In fact, to our dismay, all the great dining options were closed to the public that day!

So much for their website. It made me think about how people find information these days and the need for businesses to be consistently accurate 24/7. We decided to stroll the campus a little bit and ran into the groundskeeper. She was sympathetic to our misadventure and produced a freshly picked tomato.

This was no ordinary tomato. The groundskeeper gave it to me as a gift, and it has, dare I say, not changed one bit in two weeks. This tomato seems to be more of an invention of the C.I.A. in Washington D.C. than an organic fruit. Well, you never know who’s listening in these days!

I did get to participate in the 16th annual Ellen’s Run in Southampton this summer as well. The run supports the Ellen Hermanson Foundation, which provides breast cancer education, support and research. My Hamptons Creative Group team will also hit the sand for Have A Heart’s 4th Annual Beach Volleyball Bash at the end of the month. Have A Heart provides immediate relief to East End residents in times of crisis. We’re looking forward to sunshine and not hail for that event…

I’m not writing off summer yet! There’s still a whole month to go and a lot to enjoy. Tell me what YOU did this summer. Or, tell me what you didn’t get to do because you were too busy adjusting your marketing efforts when you could have been on vacation.


I can help you tell your success story so next summer will be nothing but fun in the sun.

Linda Miller, CEO
Hamptons Creative Group

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Special Tuesday Word of Mouth – What I Did on Summer Vacation – August 9, 2011

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What I Did on Summer Vacation

 

Ok, summer is nowhere near over. But, it’s always fun to share stories – especially ones that have surprises. The first part of my story certainly came as a surprise right away. I was walking out of a local grocery store and noticed a large truck parked near my vehicle and a man standing close by, clearly waiting for someone.

It turned out he was waiting for me. 

I had never met this person and it was apparent from his face he wasn’t in the best of moods.

“Excuse me,” he directed toward me as I approached. “Is this your vehicle?” He pointed toward my SUV – the Hamptons Creative roaming office and doggie mascots Scout and Lulu’s taxi I call Lady Liberty.
 
“It is,” I said.
 
“Well,” the man began to confess, “I backed into it with the hitch on my truck.”
 
Sure enough, Lady Liberty had sustained quite a thwack. This man, however, is the surprise. He had waited quite a while in that parking lot for me to come out. Not only did he apologize profusely, he gave me all the information for a great local auto-body shop and said he’d pay for the whole repair.
 
The auto-body shop has been in the area for years and has remained family owned the entire time. Not only did they restore Lady Liberty’s outside damage, they took it to a car wash to clean up the mascot’s left behind fur from earlier in the day! The shop also tuned my radio to 88.3 WPPB-FM – my favorite AND their favorite station. (Hamptons Creative Group coincidently underwrote WPPB’s Facebook page, which led to a great conversation on how even old, established local businesses are using Facebook and other social networking sites to reach customers.)
 
We typically hear stories of coming out to the parking lot to find damages with no one takingLady Liberty restored to glory. responsibility and auto-body shops making a bad condition worse. Responsibility and going a step beyond make quite an impression.
 
It’s important to make those impressions both in the physical world and in virtual settings such an your online presence. It’s the best way to turn surprises into success stories.

Ask me how I can help you tell your success story.
 
Look for the part two of my story later this month to find out what I mean by “hail storms and top-secret tomatoes.”

Linda Miller, CEO
Hamptons Creative Group


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August 2011 Newsletter – Creative Thought Matters

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August ’11 Newsletter – Creative Thought Matters
 

Message from the Alchemist

 

This month, I get to talk about two favorite things: Facebook and dogs. The two seemingly unrelated things have made a fabulous connection! Through Facebook I met Lisa Hartman. With her partner Carol Saxe, Lisa’s creating a coffee table book, Hampton Dogs, about, you guessed it, the canines of the Hamptons. Featuring (mostly) photos of dogs adopted from local shelters. A portion of the proceeds from the project supports those same local animal shelters. The shelter population swells at the end of the summer season here, as it does in many resort areas, when owners leave their pets of convenience behind.

After seeing Facebook posts and photos of my dogs Lulu and Scout (both rescues), Lisa sent me – well, Lulu and Scout really – an invitation! The pups performed like super models! Many of you know that Fred and Ginger, my brother Jim’s dogs are also rescue dogs that I found running wild along a local road. So we’re even more excited about Hampton Dogs, and look forward to its publication in December. Please support the project by contacting Lisa at 786-942-7387, or Lisa@LisaTheDogTrainer.com!

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Heard Around the Cooler
 

Linda attended HEAT, a presentation of the Ellen Hermanson Foundation Charity to support breast cancer awareness. She was able to reconnect with Kathie Lee Gifford, who was honored at the event along with Kim Cattrall and Hoda Kotb.
 

Linda provided professional home services to Kathie Lee many years ago, focusing on creating a welcoming environment of comfort. Kathie Lee expressed how she is using those same principles to drive her own work today.

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IN THIS ISSUE


  Message from the Alchemist
  Around the Cooler
  Beach Booty

  Success Stories

  On the Horizon

  Announcements

OTHER NEWS

Thank the heavens for our Hamptons bays, ponds, beaches, and waterways. And for the fantastic weather this summer that allows us to enjoy them. The water’s packed everywhere in the Hamptons, especially compared to the last few years.

That’s what we’ve been hearing around the Cooler this summer. What are you hearing? Share it on the Hamptons Water Cooler, the Hamptons-exclusive networking site.

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Give back passionately. No matter what your day job, one of the best ways to incorporate Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford at HEAT.passion into your life is to volunteer your time and talent. If you love animals, volunteer to work at a nature center, zoo or animal rescue center. If you love science, donate your time to a hospital or science museum. Give yourself and your employees time off for community service to explore a hidden passion. Sharing your passion makes connections that enrich you and others.

Want to share your passion with the world? Let Hamptons Creative Group help you open up new ways of sharing what gets you going in the morning!
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Success Stories

 

Four people we love working with shared their vast knowledge in our July webinar series, Conversations with the Experts. Donna Amos, Natasha Allrich, Kelly Koepke and David White all contributed their unique perspective on finding and serving big money clients, how to turn fizzle to sizzle in your business communication, and how to make the most of your online presence.

Natasha and Kelly both offered special bonuses to webinar participants, which also saw folks flocking to their sites to learn more. We’re so excited for the success of the series that we can’t wait to plan the next one!
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On the Horizon

 

Want to learn how to make LinkedIn an easily digestible part of your social media menu? We took this business focused section of our recent North Fork Chamber of Commerce presentation and turned it into a special guide on to how get the most from your networking efforts on this important social media site. Get your guide free right here: Comprehensive Guide to LinkedIn

So, what’s on your horizon? Let us know your challenges and we’ll help you make the changes toward your own success story.
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Announcements

 

The 4th Annual Have A Heart Volleyball Tournament on August 18 benefits those less fortunate in our community through the Have A Heart Community Trust. Linda’s a former board member, so we have a special place in our hearts for this event.

Have you seen the latest Solopreneur Solutions Magazine? Did you see our full page ad? Special thanks to Donna Amos (founder of the magazine) for her generosity. Our ad runs through the end of the summer. With a circulation of more than 7200, this is excellent exposure for our unique branding alchemy. 
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Word of Mouth June 23, 2011 – Conversations with the Experts

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Conversations with the Experts


Last night we enjoyed a spectacular evening at Bedell Cellars to support the Parrish Art Museum. As you can imagine, there were plenty of conversations with influential business leaders.

Whether we were talking with old friends or networking with new acquaintances, the conversations — real word of mouth in action — helped build better relationships and share new ideas.

With that spirit in mind, CEO Linda A.B. Miller took a quick break from shaking hands to record this special invitation for you to join us on our upcoming webinar series, Conversations with the Experts. (Click the video image below to watch.)

 (Yes, that was a live steel drum band playing in the background!) 

You’ll find all the information on how to sign up starting July 1st.

What’s a webinar? It’s like going to a workshop or seminar, only you hear, see and interact with the facilitators and other attendees on your computer or other internet and camera-enabled device.

The webinar series will be held on the last three Thursdays in July with a different topic and expert guest each time. We’re bringing outside marketing, SEO and social media leaders from different parts of the U.S. and overseas to discuss key ways to boost business.

This incredible webinar series has already generated a sizable buzz because businesses are looking for ways to grow without shattering the budget.

Our own Matthew Iscoe, Mission Controller and Donna Amos, Inspirer of Possibilities (our resident business coach), will moderate the series, which will cover:

 • How to turn typical conversations into new high-paying clients
 • How to transform spoken conversations into sparkling written pieces
 • How to chisel on-line conversations into revenue
 
Participation in the webinar series includes access to the recorded sessions, too.

Want to secure your place on the webinar series? Learn how to preregister by calling us at 631-283-2776 before June 28th! As a bonus for those who register early, we’ll give you one-time access to our client-only webinar next week.

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Word of Mouth June 9, 2011 – Then and Now

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Then and Now

Over Memorial Day Weekend, Linda went up to the Woodstock New Paltz Arts & Crafts Fair. Here are her thoughts about then and now.



In 1969, I was in the wedding of a dear friend, and missed the big event in Woodstock. We still joke that if we had known what a cultural phenomenon that weekend would be, no one would have come to her wedding. Not even her!

More than 40 years later, the spirit of the 1960s lingered. There were vendors selling spices and oils and all kinds of granola handicrafts – including granola. Believe it or not, the first people I approached at the fair were from the Hamptons! I saw the name on a vendor’s chef’s jacket, and realized that he was my friend on Facebook.

My experience confirmed that I’m still talking to people who were relevant to me 40 years ago, just doing it differently.

There was no Facebook, no cell phones, and no Internet when Woodstock happened in 1969. There were computers, but the idea that today we’d have handheld telephones that could do more than a room-sized machine could, was inconceivable. Look how far we’ve come.

When I started Hamptons Creative Group, I noticed that businesses, especially small businesses, weren’t using social media effectively – if at all. And while it has become more and more prolific and the number of “experts” has arisen even more so, it’s easy to get distracted and overwhelmed. Some businesses have no social media involvement at all, but might be curious how to get started. Others are tech-geeks that have become very good at using it in their personal lives.

Whatever your skill level, be assured that social media is important for your business. If you put using social media off any longer, or delay making improvements to what you’ve got, if you think you’ll just wait until after the summer calms down, or wait until “the next big thing” arrives, you’re going to miss the boat. And along with that, you’re going to miss out on spending customers, today, tomorrow, and even years from now.

I’ve seen how Hamptons Creative Group’s social media efforts from months ago prompt sales calls today, how relationships are formed in a virtual environment, and why this phenomena, this distinct era in commerce, is reshaping what it means to be a business.

We’ve help so many business go from “then” to “now” and it all started with completing the no obligation Goal Focus Sheet here.

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Word of Mouth April 28, 2011 Guest Blogger Gaile Burchill

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Word of Mouth – April 28, 2011

Guest Blogger Gaile Burchill

As we wrap up April’s theme of collaboration, this month’s guest post comes from Gaile Burchill, coach and author. Collaboration doesn’t have to be external, as Gaile explains. The most important person to collaborate with is yourself.


Walking Your Talk

My husband and I have aligned our work around our Spirituality. Among other practices, we support clients in listening for and trusting their Divine guidance. And we were not walking our talk.

The guidance was flowing, mind you, but sounded extreme and challenged our seemingly safe and comfortable life. “Asia,” we kept hearing.

I write to you today from Chiang Mai, Thailand. We took the leap and are still listening, nourished by the heart-centered path from which our work can flow with integrity and authenticity, committing to living the life of our dreams.

I don’t know what your dreams are. And I don’t care what your business is. But I ask you, are youWalking Your Talk walking your talk?

Just look: What dreams have you sold out? Where are you not letting in the support you deserve? Are you condemning the circumstances around you? Or are bringing your full self to the table?

And could you, just could you, right now, take that action you’ve been resisting? Call it Divine guidance, call it intuition, call it “the thing you know to do.” You know you’ve been hearing it. And resisting it.

I recently gave up being brave. I noticed I had been “brave” since I was a little girl. It’s been exhausting. To me, bravery was fraught with tension, holding a “stiff upper lip,” and more. Instead, I choose to embrace courage (Latin, from the heart.) This is scarier; this requires me to listen and to trust. This demands that I walk my talk.

And as I do that, I get the benefit – right NOW – of living my dream. And you can, too.

Take heart. Be courageous. Walk your talk.

May the miracle that is YOU shine clear and bright in the world.

Remembrance, by Gaile Burchill and Kenton David BellGaile Burchill is a Master Clearing Coach, the developer of the proprietary coaching system, Clearing for Miracles and, with her husband, Kenton David Bell, recently published her first book, Remembrance: The Keys to Creating and Experiencing Heaven on Earth (available at http://www.clearingformiracles.com.) Her life-long passion is that people know themselves as the magnificent, worthy, lovable beings that they are. And knowing that, they take on living the most beautiful, creative, fulfilling lives they could possibly imagine.

Reminder: Tune in to hear Linda Miller at noon EST tomorrow on BlogTalkRadio’s popular show “Solo Talk” — complete a Goal Focus Sheet and your business could be mentioned on the show.

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