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Paul Terlemezian replied to Paul Terlemezian's discussion May 14 in the group Open Minds
"2020 Telehealth - Not For Everyone Why? How much is related to the patient (or learner), the provider (or teacher), our culture, our budgets or our understanding of technology?"
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Paul Terlemezian replied to Paul Terlemezian's discussion 8 October Is a Decision Necessary? (...surgery.) in the group Drucker, Knowledge Workers and Training
"Besides coaching - what else is needed to assure the effectiveness of training? Regarding your answer - which of the three choices do you implement?"
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Paul Terlemezian replied to Paul Terlemezian's discussion (1) Dedication - page v in the group Jesus CEO
"Why do we learn about Jesus? Why do we read the Bible? Is it because we fear death? It is about survival? Would we be interested in learning if we "knew" we had eternal life? Or perhaps - is it because we cannot comprehend…"
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Paul Terlemezian replied to Paul Terlemezian's discussion (9) He Believed in Himself - pages 15-18 in the group Jesus CEO
"Power is assumed not granted. I also like "Power with vs. Power over." What is Power? Power = Life - living - "Having the power to live...""
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Paul Terlemezian replied to Paul Terlemezian's discussion He Kept In Constant Contact With His Boss - pages 10-12 in the group Jesus CEO
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Why Ning?

Many thanks to Carlos Quintero for sending me a link to a recent article about Ning.

 

Here is what wikipedia has to say about Ning  and here is site itself http://www.ning.com

 

I started using Ning in April of 2009 as a result of starting to use…

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Posted on April 23, 2011 at 8:01pm — 1 Comment

GWBC - August 5, 2009 - Questions and Answers

Here's the PowerPoint File that I used to make sure I knew where I was going.



The answers to the questions below may reference specific slides in this presentation.



GWBC.ppt



Here are the questions that were asked at the very beginning of the session:



1. How do you set up and evaluate an alliance?



Slide 9 - The… Continue

Posted on August 5, 2009 at 8:56pm

Strategic Alliances - Not necessarily a two way street

Strategic Alliances - to me that means alliances that are intended to produce revenue for the involved entities as a result of the alliance as opposed to from each other.



Strategic Alliances can take a long time to build and then you follow that with your sales cycle - which may be long itself. And, strategic alliances are not guaranteed to succeed. So there is risk of time, money and brand.



Alliances like many other worthwhile endeavours can be a combination of art and… Continue

Posted on April 26, 2009 at 4:31pm

Direct Sales - What's a small company to do?

1. Develop a passion for selling. If you have it already - use it - relentlessly. If you cannot develop a passion for selling -  find out why and fix it.



2. Find a commission only sales rep! This can work but only if you have a passion for sales yourself. Please avoid the damage to your brand, your prospects and to your survival as a business if you see this primarily as a cost savings method of Direct Sales.



3. Develop and implement a sales methodology. Here is one…

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Posted on April 26, 2009 at 4:30pm

Social Learning - Truth and Consequences

Anyone that's been patient enough to endure my ranting has heard me pose the following sequence of questions?



Do you use a GPS? (Most people admit to knowing about a GPS and many use them - especially when out of town or going someplace for the first time or a long distance)

What did you use before the GPS was invented? (Most people say MapQuest or some other form of online maps)

And what did you use before MapQuest? (Many people say they had a book…

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Posted on April 26, 2009 at 4:00pm — 8 Comments

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At 2:39pm on November 7, 2013, Brad Kolar said…

Hey Paul...thanks for taking the time to chat today.  What an energizing conversation!  I can't wait for the next one.

At 1:00pm on September 2, 2009, Elaine McEachern, APR said…
Paul, thanks for adding the Staffing Leaders Exchange to your calendar. A PR fourm sounds intriguing. Let me give some thought on how to organize.
Elaine
At 5:01pm on August 17, 2009, Brian Snader said…
Thanks Paul, I do truly enjoy Mark's collaboration and friendship in our space. I look forward to the pending participation.
Brian
At 12:26pm on August 1, 2009, John Sullivan said…
Hi Paul, Like what you are doing here. I enjoyed the video on Twitter in the classroom. I am interested in exploring Social Media for learning. Have you looked at what Elliott Masie is doing in the Social Learning area? Here's a link to his site. http://bit.ly/Rnara Looking forward to learning more and sharing experiences. All the best - John
At 10:31am on May 22, 2009, Diana Nichols said…
Paul - thanks for the personal welcome!

I'm not exactly sure where I saw the link to your site - perhaps in a post on one of my LinkedIn groups (?)

I've just launched a new training/coaching business and very interested in exploring joint ventures. I'm also open to sharing ideas on using all the wonderful new tools, and maximizing the old ones, to build a business in this new climate.

Thanks again!
Diana
At 9:40pm on May 18, 2009, J. Mark Walker said…
This is an interesting site/blog or whatever it is called. Pat Malone sent me the link to his article, which led me to look at your Ning page.

Not much new here. I am learning to cold call all over again. It was a "lost art," but is coming back to me.
At 2:53pm on May 6, 2009, Suzie Price said…
Hey there - just sent requests to join those groups - I think I did it right?! Glad to be able to stay in touch with what you're doing via this vehicle. Take Care, Suzie
At 4:09pm on May 5, 2009, Joan Perry said…
I look forward to seeing what's posted. See you at the next TAG event.
At 1:01pm on May 1, 2009, Anne Valenzuela-Smith said…
Thanks for inviting me. I'm interested in the idea and in being more engaged.
Anne
 
 
 

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