Thu.Feb 07, 2019

Greenwich, CT - The Body in the Suitcase, The Fat Guy Who Didn't Fit In

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It made David Muir's ABC 6:30 P.M. The story was the body in a suitcase on the road in little town of many mansions Greenwich, Connecticut. Bodies in suitcases, although tragic to families, are not news, not in themselves. What made the body news is that Greenwich was the dumping ground.

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How to Design Better Sales Funnels

SlideModel

Buyers “purchase journeys” are rarely linear. In the current omnichannel landscape they connect with a brand through multiple touch points on their way to conversion – a purchase, an inquiry, a booking or another meaningful action.

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Nancy Pelosi 1, AOC 0

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

A more-powerful-than-ever Nancy Pelosi is sending signals to U.S. House newbie AOC who's the boss. One signal, reports Daily Mail , was to damn with faint praise AOC's Green New Deal. The more significant one was not inviting AOC to participate in the Climate Change Committee.

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Creating the High Earning Business That’s Perfect for You with Joe Calloway

Speaker Launcher

On this episode of the Wealthy Speaker Podcast we are talking about building your business. Today, we are so fortunate to be joined by Joe Calloway, a world class speaker, author and a very good friend of mine!

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What Happens in Courts of Public Opinion More Influential Than What Happens in Courts of Law - Tragic Saga of Woody Allen

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Is Woody Allen finished? He is if no entity will distribute his films. And, things could be shaping up that way. Amazon has backed out of its legal agreement with Allen to distribute the movie "A Rainy Day in New York" and another four movies. Here is a copy of that agreement.

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"A Million Little Things" - Learning to Be Friends, But It's Too Late for Jon

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The ethos of where "A Million Little Things" is now all for one, one for all.    Those who had been so self-absorbed before Jon's suicide are getting the hang of what it means to be a friend. Obviously, though, that is too late to help Jon.

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"Law & Order SVU" - Is It Detectives' Job to Be Concerned about Morality?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The setting is almost laid out as a stage play in last night's "Law & Order SVU."  "  It is in an overheated dimly lit room that Olivia Benson and Amanda Rollins duke it out on the issue of the letter of the law and morality. 

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Jill Abramason's "Merchants of Truth" - Was That an Act of Career Suicide?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Those who understand public relations figured that the book "Merchants of Truth" had been Jill Abramson's shot at a comeback. Several years ago she received the boot from her high-level editorial job at The New York Times.    Maybe that assumption was wrong - dead wrong.

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Elizabeth Warren - So Why the Hell Wasn't She Thinking Like a Lawyer!

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Anecdotes. Those wouldn't cut in a court of law.    When Elizabeth Warren filled out her bar application in 1986, obviously, she was already a lawyer. That meant she was trained to think like a lawyer. Lawyers demand evidence. 

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News Corp Turns Profitable in Fiscal Q2 2018 - But, What Media Outlets Will Be Around in 5 Years

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

News Corp, parent of The Wall Street Journal, earned a profit during the fiscal Q2 in 2018. That was $119 million, compared to a $66 million loss in the same quarter in 2017. Part of the reason for the improvement was consolidation of its earnings from its Australian television assets. Here are more financial details from The Wall Street Journal. Of course, the news division of News Corp will probably never be a big money-maker. However, at Dow Jones there had been a 7% increase in subscriptions.

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