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Smart Talk Podcast is Now Live - Lisa B Marshall

Smart Talk Podcast is Now Live

It has been a very hectic last couple of weeks, but finally I got a chance to update this post. I am very exited with the launch of my new podcast Smart Talk: Inspiring Conversations with Exceptional People. So here is the press release that is coming out soon:

CHERRY HILL, NJ – What do all extraordinarily successful people have in common? Some traits are obvious – others are not what you might expect.  Now you can listen to Smart Talk: Inspiring Conversations with Exceptional People to learn the secret ingredients of success and how to apply them to your life.  According to host and creator, Lisa B. Marshall, “When we model the mindset, the actions, and principles of outstanding leaders, we unleash and amply the extraordinary person already inside of us!”

The most recent episodes of this free podcast feature interviews in the areas of leadership, negotiation, influence, and communication.  Here’s who’s been featured:

  • Laura Sturaitis, communications professional, Jeopardy! champion, and EVP of Media Services and Product Strategy at Businesswire shares her lessons learned about women and leadership.  Listen now.
  • Dr. Benjamin Franklin (aka J. Ward Larkin) shares his 13 virtues that lead to his success in mapmaking, printing, mathematics, mapmaking, and diplomacy.  Listen now.
  • Pamela Slim, NY Times best-selling author of Escape from Cubicle Nation, shares her new book, Body of Work: Finding the Thread That Ties Your Story Together.  Listen now.
  • Selena Rezvani share practical negotiation techniques for women from her award-winning book, Pushback: How Smart Women Ask – and Stand Up – for What They Want. Listen now.
  • Rory Albanese, xExecutive Producer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and popular stand-up comic shares how to connect with your audience through humor. Listen now.

Smart Talk: Inspiring Conversations with Exceptional People helps professionals interested in leadership, communication, and professional development achieve more success. The free podcast is hosted by communication expert Lisa B. Marshall, is released twice weekly, and is available for subscription via Apple iTunes and other aggregators.

Here is my latest Podcast Episode with Laura Vanderkam.

There are 4 comments .

Henning Draeger —

Dear Lisa

Thank you for your Tweet regarding key points for structuring an impactful business case. Read tons of books on ways to do it but still have not nailed the 2-3 key pillars and how to finesse the language around the points. I am putting together 5 industry business cases for an innovative corporate reporting approach “Integrated Reporting” which my organisation believes will not only replace the usual annual report but revolutionise the way financial and non-financial information is linked. 5-10 page teaser document is my goal getting the reader interested in learning more. Thank you Lisa – your book is ace! Henning

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Bethany —

How do I unsubscribe to smart talk? I want to stop printing SmartTalk to my home printer. It’s using up all my ink. Although these are informative, they do not help me in my current position. I subscribed via my printer and cannot unsubscribe the same way.

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    Lisa B. Marshall —

    Thanks for contacting us and describing what has been happening with your printer. Both HP and I apologize for any issue you are having.

    What has been printing on your printer is an HP “printable” application (not a fax) which ONLY prints if options were selected directly from the front panel of your printer. Someone may have accidentally subscribed to Smart Talk on your printer.

    As I am only a content provide to HP, I suggest you contact HP directly for the best possible support: 1-855-785-2777.

    However, in the meantime, because I do understand that no one wants to waste ink, here are the instructions that were given to me.

    It is a setting on your printer that you need to change. Again, I do not have any list/information/fax about you or your printer.

    You can use the following steps to “pause” (or stop) the scheduled print jobs (or follow the instructions listed at the bottom of every printed page).

    1. On the product control panel, go to the Apps menu.

    2. Review the list of available Print Apps, and then select the Smart Talk or any application you want to pause.

    3. Once the App is open, select Pause from the available options. This will stop the subscription of print jobs after the next scheduled delivery; that means one more print is likely.

    To learn about more options please visit http://www.hp.com/go/manageprint (then choose your country) or if you don’t have internet access in North American you can call HP Customer Support at 1-855-785-2777.

    Rest assured, our company would never spam anyone with unwanted content. We are hopeful that the above steps will quickly resolve your issue with your HP Printer.

    Thanks again for contacting us.

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Johanna Rocco —

Hi Lisa,
This is my first visit to your website. I be been enjoying your podcast for about a year and I wanted to see you.

Your introductory story, how his marks were exactly the same as yours, got me. Great story.

I look forward to hearing to your podcast every evening. ( I listen in bed:)

Thank you for what you do.

Johanna

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