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Get on the Energy Bus

By Beth Standlee / February 24, 2011 / 0 Comments

Are you out of fuel? Is your energy or the energy of your center suffering? Well RUN don’t walk to the bookstore, hit download on your I-pad, Nook, Kindle, I-phone or do whatever it is that you do when you read. AND if you don’t read, this is the week to start. You must grab…

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Do You Party?

By Beth Standlee / February 9, 2011 / 1 Comment

Before I start this week’s newsletter, I just have to say that I hope you’ve enjoyed meeting Brooke.  Her energy and marketing experience is something I am very excited about adding to our team.  Be sure and click on the link to get Brooke’s social marketing tip this week, and thanks Brooke for keeping us…

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TrainerTainment has gone social. Have you?

By Beth Standlee / January 27, 2011 / 0 Comments

Hello! I’m Brooke, and this week I’ll be writing the newsletter. I’m Beth’s new Marketing Director, and let first say this: BETH IS AMAZING and I’m very excited to be working with her! I’m currently helping Beth with a MAJOR hot topic: social-media optimization (SMO). It was Beth’s clever decision to share these tips and tricks of…

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Would YOU make the grade?

By Beth Standlee / January 17, 2011 / 0 Comments

These days our brand is no longer shaped or molded by the company – with our instant society and things like social media consumers decide who we are and how well we are doing in an instant. That being said, I’d like to tell you a story about the impact we, you, and the guests we…

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The Price of No Return

By Beth Standlee / January 12, 2011 / 0 Comments

I know it’s tricky to make sure the price is right when it comes to charging for your products, parties and packages. But the price of getting it wrong can be really high! Too cheap and your center gets run over and potentially full of people you don’t really want in your facility; too much…

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Random Act of Service

By Beth Standlee / January 6, 2011 / 0 Comments

I flew home last night from Houston Hobby.  I always fly American Airlines when possible.  If you live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, American is your best bet.  I was amazed at the service.  My intent was to catch an earlier flight than I scheduled because due to weather the flight I was scheduled for…

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TrainerTainment-What We Do

By Beth Standlee / January 3, 2011 / 0 Comments

I had a terrific opportunity to attend a Vistage CEO retreat in November. At that event SAP interviewed many of the CEO’s that were in attendance. I made the cut and they were able to capture the spirit of who I believe we are and what we are trying to accomplish at TrainerTainment. Hope you enjoy.
Beth

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Win or Go Home

By Beth Standlee / December 29, 2010 / 0 Comments

Win or go home. You can’t win if you don’t play. If I can’t win I don’t want to play. All three of these messages are ones we’ve heard – or at least I’ve heard – over the years. Every time I hear one of these comments I picture Regina, the mean girl that lived…

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Second Place is the First Loser

By Beth Standlee / December 16, 2010 / 0 Comments

I met Lanny Bassham this month.  What an interesting character he is. Lanny is an Olympic gold medalist in rifle shooting.  I don’t know a thing about guns in the Olympics, and I knew very little about Lanny Bassham.  Susie Minshew, a close friend of mine tried to introduce him or at least his books…

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My Cup Runneth Over

By Beth Standlee / November 10, 2010 / 0 Comments

I’ve been running around like crazy the last several weeks, or maybe I should say the last 5 years. It’s unbelievable to think that I have been in business since 2005 and that 2011 is knocking on the door. Last week I had the chance to travel to San Diego. I belong to a CEO…

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