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Have you met Ray Seggern?
He’s been one of our Wizard of Ads partners since about 2006. He’s stepping into a role as a sort of ringmaster for many of our partners.
By ringmaster, I mean that he’s making an effort to herd our posse of cats onto a flatbed truck and getting them moving in the same direction.
He’s filling a Colonel Parker role by finding speaking gigs for us and he’s creating events where he can sell our services.
He’s got an event planned for May 16, 2012 in St. Louis and we had a chance to talk about it and he spills all the details in this interview.
I always enjoy talking to Ray, when I can get him to sit still long enough. He’s full of energy and I’m sure that a 25-minute podcast felt like an eternity to him.
BUSINESS OWNERS…you really ought to head to St. Louis for this. It’s a measly $67. Get on an airplane. Make a reservation. Go learn something.
Click on the thumb and go buy the book!
Seriously, Tim wrote the book on shareworthy customer service.
The book is called “Your Customers Like This – The whats, whos, hows & whys of Shareworthy Customer Service.”
It’s pretty awesome and right now, it’s pretty inexpensive. In fact, Tim is only asking a donation of 99-cents to benefit Touchpoints Central Missouri Autism Project.
You should grab it before he changes his mind. Did I say it’s awesome? Yes. Yes, I did.
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Wow. I told Roy Williams that I wanted to hear the scary bits about his new book, Pendulum: Where We’ve Been, How We Got There, Where We’re Headed, he reluctantly agreed. He’s traced back the trends of societal change 3,000 years. What he’s found will give you a few reasons for apprehension the next 20 years or so.
Don’t expect many direct applications to advertising and marketing. You won’t find them in this book.
However, he doesn’t want to be known for just ringing the alarm bell and sending us all into hiding. So, he will be following the Pendulum with a new book called Invisible Heros. These are the type of people who can lead us out of whatever mess we find ourselves mired in for the next two decades.
If I were you, I’d have a happy movie ready to play after you listen to this one. You’ll need it.