Ever since the draw for the 2022 World Cup placed England and the United States in the same group, the respective head coaches, Gareth Southgate and Gregg Berhalter, have revealed a mutual respect and working relationship.

Though this won’t end when the two teams meet on the Friday after thanksgiving, on the pitch, between the players, it is likely to be a much less amiable affair than it might be on the touchline between the coaches.

There are players on both sides who won’t have time for niceties

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Marketing Podcast with Debbie Howard

Debby Howard, a guest on the Duct Tape Marketing PodcastIn this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Debbie Howard. Debbie is the co-founder and CEO of Senior Living SMART, a full-service marketing agency focused exclusively on the senior housing and care industry. Debbie is also a proud member of the DTM network for the last 3 years.

Key Takeaway:

A major challenge many businesses face is trying to find ways to differentiate and scale. And in order to do that, it starts with having a proven process and systems that works. In this episode, Debbie Howard shares how licensing the Duct Tape Marketing system gave her business the runway and framework to grow, scale, and thrive in her industry.

Questions I ask Debbie Howard:

  • [1:31] How did you get to where you are now?
  • [3:36] As anybody with aging parents will probably tell you certainly, senior living is a really emotional
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When Knute Rockne immigrated to America as a child from Norway, he did not speak English or understand American football. When he died, he was the country’s most famous college football coach, and the president, religious leaders and Notre Dame football fans mourned his passing.

Knute Rockne was born in Norway in 1888. His father first immigrated to America alone, a common practice. In 1893, his father sent for Knute and Knute’s mother and two sisters. The family settled in Chicago. “Like many immigrant fathers, Lars Rockne didn’t know quite what to make of his son’s athletic ambitions,” writes Jerry Brondfield, author of Rockne: The Coach, the Man, the Legend. “Besides, at age 13, Knute was the smallest boy in

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