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The Berkshire Hathaway-owned company is making some internal changes.
Hearing owls in her yard at night got Pat Henneberry thinking about what these beautiful nocturnal hunters can teach us about selling jewelry.
The event, scheduled for April 27 to 29 in Denver, is open for registration.
Ahead of the holiday rush, Peter Smith is dispensing advice on priming, the paradox of choice and asking the right kind of questions.
The family business will be passed down to his son, fourth-generation jeweler Michael Berger.
Members can now display their affiliation with website and social media icons.
He helped build a thriving club and was known for his generosity.
In this short video, sales trainer Jimmy DeGroot talks about the importance of being receptive to advice.
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