Fri, Jan 15, 2016
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Mon, Jun 27, 2016
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“I’m so proud!”
I’ve often wondered about the meaning of “pride” and the fact that “being proud” can either be a very positive characteristic or a truly negative quality in people, depending on context. My daughter just graduated from college, and of course, I told the world how “proud” I was of her accomplishment. But, wait a minute. I …
Mon, Jun 6, 2016
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What is “The Default Setting”?
At this point in your career, you have certainly been encouraged to “think outside the box” at one time or another. This catchphrase for creative thinking is so universal, it is now considered a cliché. Still, I like the concept because it challenges us to look at business in a different way…
Mon, Feb 2, 2015
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I meet many marketers who are frustrated by an inability to connect with their target audience in today’s cluttered culture. Communicating a business message is more difficult than ever, with customers experiencing distractions in the workplace, ever-increasing demands on time, and a rapid shortening of attention spans.
The key to success is a marketing strategy that emphasizes …
Fri, Aug 16, 2013
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Kayrell congratulates our latest contest winner: Jeff Hoffman of ASPPA. Jeff entered our ticket contest online and was drawn as the grand prize winner. Given a choice of sports events and other shows, he selected tickets to see an upcoming concert at Verizon Center. It pays to ask “What is The Kayrell Solution“?…
Wed, Jun 12, 2013
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Congrats to Brittany Burcham of NASP! She is our winner for the May contest drawing and has chosen to receive two tickets to a Washington Nationals game. When notified of the award, Brittany said, “Thank you! This will be my first Nats game, I’m very excited and thankful to you guys for the opportunity!”
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