Small business marketing doesn't have to be a mystery. It's just a series of simple decisions (and the action steps to implement those decisions) that will help you regain the clarity, confidence, and control you need to succeed. Do It! Marketing is an encouraging kick in the pants that will reignite your marketing mojo. The underlying premise is that "only action creates results."
"informative and entertsining"
I found myself helpless as we were trying to take care of our son's illness and was looking for a second and even a third job to make ends meet. During this time I met a well-dressed older couple. They came to our restaurant for some food and drinks, as we were just talking; I told them my situation, and they were very sympathetic, before leaving the gentleman left me a good tip and his business card and told me to call him the next day. Looking at the card, I noticed he was a real estate broker.
"Waste of time"
Lieutenant Ben Guthrie and Sergeant Matt Greb introduce lineups full of characters both heinous and hilarious. Go with them as they go after the most menacing of criminals in 16 gritty episodes from the 1950s, now in digitally restored sound. Radio greats Bill Johnstone, Wally Maher, and Jack Moyles are on the beat on the streets of a great American city. And things get tough when the witnesses are unreliable, unsure, unwilling - or dead.
A loyal tribute to 10 glorious years from BBC Radio 4's Week Ending team. From the archives of the legendary satirical radio comedy series Week Ending comes this compilation of satirical and sardonic sketches based on Margaret Thatcher's first 10 years as prime minister.
First released on cassette as Ten Years With Maggie, this has now been reissued as a digital download for the first time, on the 30th anniversary of Mrs Thatcher's coming to power.
Featured here are People of Restricted Seriousness, including David Baddiel: Stand Up; Jarvis; The Poltergeist; Robert Newman: Stand Up; Special Case; and History Today.
History Today includes live concert footage filmed at the 1992 Edinburgh Festival, the infamous History Today ("That's You That Is") sketches from The Mary Whitehouse Experience TV show, and a version of History Today never seen on TV or heard on radio.