Enjoy Your Business Writing and Deal Well With Difficult People on Accelerate Your Business Growth Radio Show on Monday May 23rd at 1:00 PM EST

Accelerate Your Business Growth is an interactive, live internet talk-radio show covering everything small business – from sales to leadership, time management to pricing, from business writing to life/work balance, host DIANE HELBIG interviews experts in several small business areas then opens the discussion to callers.   Nationally recognized experts offer tips on their topics to help listeners grow their business. 

Listen live on every other MONDAY at 1:00 EST or download the show as a podcast for later listenting.  To call in and ask the expert pertinent questions about the topic of the day, listeners can call in LIVE at 1-347-838-9838.

Your host, DIANE HELBIG is an internationally recognized business and leadership development coach, author, speaker, and workshop facilitator. As a certified, professional coach and president of Seize This Day Coaching, Diane helps businesses and organizations operate more constructively and profitably.

You can find ACCELERATE YOUR BUSINESS GROWTH at  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dhelbig on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month at 1:00 pm. Eastern time.  A podcast will be available immediately following the show for download or listening at the host page.

Author of Lemonade Stand Selling, Diane offers a straightforward, common sense and clear guide to the business sales process. She is a contributing expert on a variety of business publications and websites including Small Business Trends, American Express Open Forum, Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, COSE Mindspring, and Top Sales World.

Join the conversation on MONDAY,  May 23rd when Diane hosts Rena Seltzer and Kathleen Bartle to tackle two topics:  Business Writing & How to Deal with Difficult People. Seltzer is a personal and professional coach who has coached scores of professors to reach their writing and publishing goals and a skilled facilitator. Bartle is a strategic consultant providing individualize solutions to workplace conflict for corporate executives, government, academia, and non-profits in the U.S. and worldwide. Her work helps clients reduce the billions of dollars workplace conflict costs.

Diane Helbig

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