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Episode 204

Sean Flynn SR. VP – MarketingMiami Marlins –Sean has been in sports marketing since 1998 and with the Marlins since 2002.  He shares his insights with us. His job is a tough this year as it was last year – just different according to Sean – hear why in this weeks focus interview. Sean takes a look at the upcoming season from the baseball business side.

Bruce Turkel – CEO/EDC  Turkel Brands  Bruce is one of the leading experts on branding in the USA. We will discuss how to build you brand. We will talk about things our listeners can do immediately to improve their businesses. Including the use of social media, how to direct customers to your business, how to set your firm apart and what ideas work and do not work. It will be irreverent and full of useful content. This week Three things that are keeping you from being successful – tune in and find out what they are! We laugh and joke and actually get some good information out there even though we run short on time. Bruce requires more time than allotted here. 

Our UHealth Guest is Dr. Daniel Armstrong – Director of the Mailman Center for Child Development at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. The Mailman Center was featured in an article on the front cover of Friday’s Miami Herald. Breakthroughs in education and societal support highlight this segment. Dr. Armstrong is a leader in the field and the evolution of the Mailman Center parallels the growth in understanding that this issue has received over the years. A society is judged by how it treats its most at risk members. We discuss breakthroughs and the challenges that remain.

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