A preview about what's coming up on ProUnpro...Trent and Steven focus all their attention on farming. It runs in the family and is as necessary and breathing. Salute to farmers on Professionally Unprofessional.
In this episode, Trent and Steven discuss the exciting world of firefighters. There are over 1.2M men and women firefighters in the U.S. and we get to talk to the Fire Chief of Steven's hometown of Benton, IL. Chief Cockrum walks us through a typical day as well as what happens during a fire call. Lots of information in this one.
In this episode, Trent and Steve talk about influential women and those that have made an impact on their lives. We all have someone who we owe a debt of gratitude, so let's celebrate our women in the workforce.
Advertisers have targeted children since the dawn of time. Kids are a very influential, decision making class. Trent and Steve discuss ways that parents can educated their children as to what's a "show" and what's a "commercial". Children are bombarded with over 40,000 advertising messages a year so education is key.
Several traits describe a good manager, a good supervisor, and/or a good boss. Trent and Steve look into what makes a good and a bad manager in this info-filled episode, as well as their very own experiences with each.
Business owners work so hard to create their image but don't know that they have to work equally as hard to protect it. Be on social media and monitor the conversations that affect your image and ultimately, your bottom line. Steve and Trent discuss examples of companies that came out as losers in incidents they had control over.
Having a positive attitude, good writing and oral skills, and a team player will get you hired, but do you have the "hard" skills to take you to the next level? Trent and Steven discuss the hard skills that will make you a better, more successful, sought after employee. Join us for S1E19.
How do you handle objections? The steps are simple; Listen, Understand, Repeat & Respond, and Confirm. Be a better closer, be a better marketer and become a better earner with this info. Trent and Steven talk about their experiences and hope you can pull something out of this episode.
Knowing who your competitors are, and what they are offering, can help you make your products, services, and marketing stand out. Trent and Steven discuss knowing your competition in and out. Know their position! Know their pricing! Know their strengths and weaknesses! Join us for episode #17. Bet you'll enjoy it!
Another drive home from co-host, Trent, and another informative chat about the impact from Covid and how priorities may or may not have changed. Joined once again by the patriarch of the Browning clan, Joe Browning, he also gives us insight into his new life. Come along for the ride.
In this episode, Trent just gets off work and is forced to "think & drive", but comes through like a champ. This opinion based cast is one of our most laid-back to date. Shopping habits and money management is the order of the day. Hope you enjoy.
In this episode, Steven takes over the mike while Trent is trying to keep corporate happy. Our guests this week are Edie Henne, a retired housewife from Iuka, IL and we discuss the work ethics of her father, Walter Krug, a former farmer and coal miner. Also joining the podcast is Joe Browning, retired and living life in Mesa, AZ. Joe B discusses the mentality of starting a business and how to approach life as a marketer. Hope you enjoy this Family Affair.
Former Southern Illinois High School sports reporter, Phil Knapper joins Professionally Unprofessional as we talk about his travels, his relationship with the athletes, and how he's now living his best life in Charlotte, NC. We enjoyed this interview and we're sure you will as well.
Looking through all the social media sites the world has to offer, Trent & Steve share their thoughts as well as hit the topic: "Why you should keep your social media accounts updated"! Join them for a look into places that billions use on a daily basis. If your business is on social media, make sure you...keep it updated, keep it relevant, and keep it entertaining!!!
With Trent recovering from a day of football in Salt Lake City, Steven takes over the airwaves to discuss work-from-home ideas. Joined by "friend of the podcast", Gay Bowlin, they discuss some ways to earn extra money off your passions.
So many are out of work and will soon be trying to find employment. How do you stand out in the crowd and guarantee you get that call? We also explore avenues of where to find the right hire for your business. Something for everyone on this episode.
They are a requirement in any position, but when done right, meetings can be informative, productive, and create excitement within your organization. Trent & Steven explore the do's and don'ts of meeting in today's economy.
Marketing in a pandemic is a new concept and one that forces businesses to pull out all the stops to keep their message relevant and their customers engaged. Trent and Steven talk to a few business people about their marketing plans and add a few unique ideas of their own.
Aspen Browning, a Murray State graduate and employee of the University of Memphis, was live in our Southern Illinois studio to discuss student loans and the debt that haunts millions of Americans. Informational wise, this was our best episode yet.
In today's episode, we dive deep into the first half of Steven's media sales and marketing career. This two-part episode is packed with four decades, three children, two states, and one amazing story. You don't want to miss it.
In today's episode, we dive in to the career path of co-host Trenton. We take a fun journey on how Trenton got to where he is now. Business success isn't one size fits all but there is still a lot to learn from Trenton's stories.