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S2, Sipisode 1: Debate - Barney Stinson vs. Joey Tribbiani
The Sip List
Hello sippers, and welcome to season 2! In this special sipisode, I am joined by Kasey Box in a showdown of epic proportions. Who is the better friend? Barney Stinson, or Joey Tribbiani? We each answer questions to make our case, and YOU, the listeners, will decide the winner. Be sure to check out the Facebook page to cast your vote! You can find The Sip List on social media! https://www.facebook.com/thesiplistpod https://www.instagram.com/thesiplistpod/ https://twitter.com/list_sip https://thesiplist.wordpress.com music cred: Make love not war - Patino https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_dmlF5VHqk--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amanda-kohlhofer/support
Daily RICHual #34: Harry Beckwith meets Barney Stinson
The Daily RICHual
In his landmark customer service book, Selling the Invisible, Harry Beckwith offers a three stepm approach to marketing your product or service(s). Step One is where you are trying to get what Beckwith calls, "a basic, acceptably reliable product" (or service). Step Two is where competition has entered the scene. Competition creates a need to listen to the customer, listening creates refinements and improvements. Beckwith says answering customers needs is the driving force in this second step. Unfortunately, this step represents the top rung on most companies service ladder. Most will tread water here forever. Disney, Lexus, the Ritz Carlton and Nordstroms are some of the few that have ventured into Step Three. Here is where the company has created products and services that have gone beyond meeting customers expressed needs.
Super Bowl Meltdown, Barney Stinson for the NBA, Patriots on Shaky Ground, and Kobe v. Lebron
Brand Spanking New Podcast
In this episode of Brand Spanking New, I explain why Kyle Shanahan teams are getting a reputation for falling apart, why new is not always better, especially in All-Star games, and why the Patriots have a worse reputation than the Raiders. I also unpack why Kobe and Lebron will never be in the same category, at least when it comes to their generational differences. Also, Cheers was not shot in Vietnam.