With the country in the grips of March Madness, thought we would talk a little college basketball tonight with a basketball blogger.
Fortune has published their World’s Most Admired Companies. What makes an admirable company? Is it value, customer service, products or perhaps name recognition. Looking back on successful and admirable companies, what has changed and what has happened over time? Who are the winners and losers.
Dick Quis, co-author of the new self-help workbook, “Thinking Anew” comes into the “Conversation Corner” this week to talk about his new book, and self publishing. He’s an expert at the business side of marketing and promoting a book, and he shares some advice and some tips. We also look at where the book publishing world is heading.
Michigan author Elaine Pereira joins the Conversation Corner this week to talk about her heartwarming book, I Will Never Forget-A Daughter’s Story of Her Mother’s Arduous And Humorous Journey Through Dementia. It’s a very important topics as the population of the U.S. gets older and older. Caring for a loved one that no longer knows you, is a challenge, and Elaine took that challenge head on. It’s a fascinating read and this Conversation Corner is a must listen.
In celebration of their 25th Anniversary, The PGA Tour Wives Association has released a new book, “Beyond the Fairways and Greens”. It gives us some insight to the families of the guys we see playing golf on our televisions every weekend.
For the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl is surrounds us and penetrates us and it binds our society together. At least people who will be watching the game. How will you watch it? Will you watch the commercials, the halftime show? There are so many questions to ask and answer.