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Robert Wiesler (Operations Manager for Dunkin Brands (Dunkin Donuts)) This week on Engage(d) Podcast, we sit down with our friend Robert Wiesler, a Operations Manager for Dunkin Donuts. Today we talk about time management, overcoming obstacles, living by faith, and MUCH, MUCH MORE! To find out more about us visit: faithpc.netAnd if you want to donate to this podcast and ministry please visit: https://app.securegive.com/welcome/faithpc?WO=faithpcLinks 👇https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUfXm-MrFXuw0sYbJRhXC4Q
Why You Shouldn’t Love or Know About Donuts if You Want Own a Dunkin’ Donuts (w/ the Godfather of Franchising Terry Powell) The “Godfather of Franchising” shares why you don’t need to love what you are doing to become a successful franchisee.
Dear Dunkin Donuts Man, Time to STOP Making the Donuts. How to Stop Living on Autopilot and Start Living Your "Dream 24." Do you sometimes feel like your days are like the Dunkin Donuts man's where you wake up and mindlessly go about your day doing the daily grind, over and over again?&nbsp; Do you wish you had more time in your days to get everything accomplished and maybe even slow down a bit to smell the roses?Research shows that the average person makes 15 "mindless" decisions every day and a recent study showed 96 percent of adults reported living on autopilot.&nbsp; Living on autopilot has become our default mode and in this episode we talk through what autopilot looks like and how we can snap out of it and be intentional about our days to bring maximum fulfillment to our lives.In this episode we:Provide research and numbers that point out that living on autopilot is becoming an "epidemic" in this country.Share examples of what living on autopilot looks like and how it cripples us from living our best lives.Drill down on the primitive side brain vs. the prefrontal cortex and how to override instant gratification and get out of your comfort zone.Offer proven strategies on how to nip autopilot in the bud, despite the daily routine and every day must dos.Support the show (https://www.thefelixorganization.org/donate)
EP-56 Dunkin Donuts Makes David Ortiz Out Of 10,000 Donuts Dunkin Donuts sponsors David Ortiz and recently had a super creative engagement where they made a giant David Ortiz out of 10,000 donuts.

Brian Cristiano and Rob Cressy dish about how they love what Dunkin did here — the creativity, the timeliness, and the execution. Plus the role that social media and content creation played in the campaign was key.

At the end Brian and Rob give actionable advice on what you can implement into your business from the way Dunkin Donuts executed this David Ortiz campaign.


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In each episode of The Sports Marketing Huddle, CEO of BOLD Worldwide Brian Cristiano, and Founder of Cress Media & Bacon Sports Rob Cressy give a forward-thinking perspective about some of the hottest topics in the world of sports marketing and then give you actionable advice on how you can implement it into your business.

Our goal of the podcast is to create the best sports marketing podcast and take The Sports Marketing Huddle up to #1 on iTunes New & Noteworthy. One way you can help support the show is by subscribing to The Sports Marketing Huddle on iTunes and letting your friends who are in the sports and marketing worlds know about it.

Your feedback is super important to us. We want to make sure that we deliver value for you and make this the best sports marketing show possible. You can connect with Brian & Rob on social media and let us know what you think (good or bad):

Brian Cristiano -Twitter: @boldceo - Instagram: @boldceo
Rob Cressy - Twitter: @RobCressy - Snapchat: @baconsports

Websites:
BOLD Worldwide: http://www.boldworldwide.com
Cress Media: http://www.cressmedia.com
Bacon Sports: http://www.baconsports.com

Facebook:
BOLD Worldwide
Bacon Sports
Cress Media
EP-56 Dunkin Donuts Makes David Ortiz Out Of 10,000 Donuts Dunkin Donuts sponsors David Ortiz and recently had a super creative engagement where they made a giant David Ortiz out of 10,000 donuts.

Brian Cristiano and Rob Cressy dish about how they love what Dunkin did here — the creativity, the timeliness, and the execution. Plus the role that social media and content creation played in the campaign was key.

At the end Brian and Rob give actionable advice on what you can implement into your business from the way Dunkin Donuts executed this David Ortiz campaign.


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In each episode of The Sports Marketing Huddle, CEO of BOLD Worldwide Brian Cristiano, and Founder of Cress Media & Bacon Sports Rob Cressy give a forward-thinking perspective about some of the hottest topics in the world of sports marketing and then give you actionable advice on how you can implement it into your business.

Our goal of the podcast is to create the best sports marketing podcast and take The Sports Marketing Huddle up to #1 on iTunes New & Noteworthy. One way you can help support the show is by subscribing to The Sports Marketing Huddle on iTunes and letting your friends who are in the sports and marketing worlds know about it.

Your feedback is super important to us. We want to make sure that we deliver value for you and make this the best sports marketing show possible. You can connect with Brian & Rob on social media and let us know what you think (good or bad):

Brian Cristiano -Twitter: @boldceo - Instagram: @boldceo
Rob Cressy - Twitter: @RobCressy - Snapchat: @baconsports

Websites:
BOLD Worldwide: http://www.boldworldwide.com
Cress Media: http://www.cressmedia.com
Bacon Sports: http://www.baconsports.com

Facebook:
BOLD Worldwide
Bacon Sports
Cress Media
Dunkin' Donuts | The Rags to Riches Tale of How William Rosenberg Built Dunkin' Born to a working-class family, William Rosenberg worked his way to the top and built the 8th largest fast-food chain in the world. Learn about the origin story of Dunkin' Donuts in this episode.  Brand Origins is hosted by Chris Garin Watch the video version of this episode by subscribing to our YouTube channel Facebook - facebook.com/brandoriginsfm Twitter - @brandoriginsfm Email - contact.partizan@gmail.com This episode is made possible by Partizan
Dunkin’ Donuts & The Danger Of Literal Branding #826 Many will tell you that, as a new brand, you need to have a narrow focus. It helps you as the brand to not spread your resources too thin and it also helps the market better understand who you are and what you do.
Part of that is your brand name.
The more literal it is, the easier it is to communicate what you do and what you stand for.
But what happens when you decide to change direction or to expand into other areas outside your initial focus.
At times like this, a literal brand name may just be a liability.
Just look at what's happening over at Dunkin' Donuts - now called simply Dunkin'
#brandname #branding #brandstrategy
Dunkin’ Donuts & The Danger Of Literal Branding #826 Many will tell you that, as a new brand, you need to have a narrow focus. It helps you as the brand to not spread your resources too thin and it also helps the market better understand who you are and what you do.

Part of that is your brand name.

The more literal it is, the easier it is to communicate what you do and what you stand for.

But what happens when you decide to change direction or to expand into other areas outside your initial focus.

At times like this, a literal brand name may just be a liability.

Just look at what's happening over at Dunkin' Donuts - now called simply Dunkin'

#brandname #branding #brandstrategy
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