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That's wonderful. When your family believes in you and encourages you,

Louisiana Country Boy: too. Hey, that, there it is there. You know what, Richard? I, I think that, and I said this and I share this with you, that that's one of the most important things, and I think we, we, a lot of us got away from it is, is about sharing that is about, you know, at some point people thought that the way that they was brought up was terrible, you know? And, and it was like, Oh, well I don't wanna talk. But you know, I, I look at it like this for my, my parents, my, you know, as we, I was coming up, they could only give me what they had to give. Um, they couldn't, they, you know, they couldn't teach me, you know, about how to, how to drive a, you know, a spaceship because they'd never driven one. That's right. But what they could do was give me the tools that they had for me to be a better person. And I think that if we mostly embraced that and start embracing it wasn't that they was bad. They gave us what they. And if each person somehow we just went like, Oh, I don't wanna talk about it. I don't wanna talk about it. But we wouldn't, I know I wouldn't for sure be where I am today if I, if they had to pull it into me. Richard Blank: That's wonderful. When your family believes in you and encourages you, now they won't let you run wild and get in too much trouble. But when they saw that you were gravitating towards something that was positive, if it was education, your. Your athletics, your friends, or what you have done with this amazing podcast. Naturally you get that sort of momentum and, and your family supports you on that. Even though they've never done it, they don't even know how to start it. But the fact that we are representing our families in the best light, I think it's a beautiful thing. Louisiana Country Boy: Yes, indeed. I, I totally agree with you. I totally agree with you. Well, look, you know, just shoot us about yourself, Richard. I mean, you know, I. They already know about me. I'm just old country boy, like, you know, hot oil cornbread and collar greens, but . But that's, that's just me. You know, I might, I might even meet a pig feeder two, but that's just, that's just me that, you know.My Worthless 2cents Table Podcast has accepted Richard Blank's invitation to join the audience for a solid discussion regarding moving abroad and starting a company from scratch in Costa Rica. Donnie Lewis-The Louisiana Country Boy- discusses with Richard advanced telemarketing strategy, conflict management, interpersonal soft skills, customer support, rhetoric, gamification, employee motivation and phonetic micro expression reading. A place to freely express our thoughts and feelings where your worthless 2cents is priceless sharing our journey with each other,and always remember “Your Approval Not Needed “ Richard’s journey in the call center space is filled with twists and turns. When he was 27 years old, he relocated to Costa Rica to train employees for one of the larger call centers in San Jose. With a mix of motivational public speaking style backed by tactful and appropriate rhetoric, Richard shared his knowledge and trained over 10 000 bilingual telemarketers. Richard Blank has the largest collection of restored American Pinball machines and antique Rockola Jukeboxes in Central America making gamification a strong part of CCC culture.Richard Blank is the Chief Executive Officer for Costa Rica’s Call Center since 2008...

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Created:7 months ago
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