The Specialist Radio Hour

The Specialist Radio Hour

May 12, 2020

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Published on May 12, 2020, 11:46:08 AM
Total time: 02:53:48

Episode Description

The Specialist covers a wide variety of news this morning. Chris continues his instruction on the importance of studying barcodes prior to purchases, updates the Coronavirus, preview Dr. Fauci's upcoming testimony and dissects the DIRTY DOZENS role in the removal of Flynn.

Jean O'Toole a scholarship strategist, author and speaker has been inspiring and helping high school and college students for the past 15 years. Jean shares a tremendous amount of helpful information for students needing assistance in securing scholarships. Check out her websites-Scholarshipstrategiesteam@gmail.com And www.Connections101.com

Dr. Peter A. Wish had a prominent career as a clinical and academic psychologist and reinvented himself as he became a fundraiser, campaign coach and strategist to political Candidates, including Mitt Romney in 2012. He is the author of The Candidate's 7 Deadly Sins which uses emotional optics to turn political vices into virtues. Dr. Wish joins Chris as they talk about a candidate's inability to connect with the voters. His website is drpwish@political-coach.com

More about The Specialist Radio Hour

Some people are born with the “gift” to inspire us to reach our potential. Chris Kettner, aka “The Specialist” a Naval veteran, is one of those unique individuals. Born in Richmond, Virginia, this gifted communicator hit the ground running after proudly serving his country. In a very short time he had become one of the most prolific and successful door to door salesmen in the U.S. With over 40 years of one on one sales experience, he has been recognized with numerous awards, including 5 “man of the year awards” (3 consecutively). As a published author, he penned the highly respected trade manual “The Sales and Management Bible”. He jokingly quips “I have personally interviewed over 250,000 families in their homes, and that doesn’t count the 2 million that didn’t let me in the door. “The Specialist” nickname was given to him over the years for his unique style of teaching, delivery, and attention to minute details.