Coffee-side chats are like fireside chats without the warm fire, but they are just as cozy and enlightening.
This podcast looks at how family, faith, and community affects and shapes are daily lives. Not all the conversations will be light and easy, and some will be uncomfortable and challenging. Regardless, please join me, Paul Stippich, and let’s learn something together.
I have been pumped about being a father for the past seven years. It hasn’t always gone well as I have blown up and screwed up but I realize this is a process. Take a moment to listen and see what being a father of seven years has taught me and how it applies to all facets of our lives.
So much fun talking with Billy Barnett of East West Express. He and his family have done an amazing job growing their business and treating there drivers well. Since it is still driver appreciation week, we talked about what efforts East West Express does to make their drivers feel known and appreciated. Billy talks about what they have been doing, are currently doing, and what plans they have in place to continually improve their driver experience.
If you are a carrier who is looking for ways to make sure your drivers feel appreciated, this episode is for you. If you are a company and want to know how to make your employees feel essential and like they actually matter to your company, this episode is for you. If you are a driver and need to be reminded from others why you and your story matters, this episode is of you.
If you are a young professional or graduate there are a few things that you need to be doing. Volunteering, following up, and figuring out how your degree applies to life. In this episode we look at how these all apply to building relationships and help you deep in your impact within your community.
This episode is for alllllllll the drivers out there who keep the world spinning. Driver appreciation week starts 9/13/20 and I hope you feel encouraged from this episode. This episode is all about how when we don’t have context or relationship, frustration sets in. Let’s take a moment to pause and try to understand the other side.
I also want to thank Emmanuel Acho for having his YouTube channel and challenging me and so many others with his conversations. Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/Acho
If you are in sales within the logistics and supply chain Industry, there are three things you should never ever say to a shipper. Please... take a moment to listen and up your sales game by removing these three things from your pitch.
I have been jibber jabbering for far too long about what I think I know. I’m tired of it and so this is the stake in the ground saying I’m going deeper not further. Deeper into relationships. Getting to share in people’s stories and just listening.
This is the first of what will be many episodes where I will bring you creative ideas for how you can grow your business even in the midst of craziness. The driving truth behind these episodes is this, what got you to 2020 will not get you to 2021. You have to get creative.
There is one thing that we all do that kills every opportunity that comes our way. That one thing this is us putting opportunities over those potential relationships.
There is nothing that will kill an opportunity quicker than making an ask of that new contact, yet we all do it. In this episode we talk about why this is the worst thing we can do and we also talk about some simple solutions to start putting our focus where it should be... on the relationship.
Remember, it's relationship over opportunity every single time.
What do you do when the whole world changes? You get creative. In this episode we look at different industries and the issues they are facing and talk about creative solutions to engage and serve their customers even in the midst of the Corona Virus. Even in these weird times you can still experience growth, create customer loyalty, and give an amazing brand experience.
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