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THE SANDLER TRAINING RADIO SHOW
Every week Jim hosts the Sandler Training Radio Show. This is a show that is put together with the business owners and managers in mind. We talk about tips and tactics to keep the saw sharp so that we can continue to grow our business and learn from others mistakes. Each week, we invite business owners and managers to be a guest on our program. It gives them a chance to influence others starting out and it also gives them an opportunity to share their company and what it is their company does.
Interested in being on the show? Contact Justin Stephens at 208-429-9275 or Justind.stephens@sandler.com

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Blogs

A Day in the Life of Mike’s Newest Family Member

A Day in the Life of Mike’s Newest Family Member

My wife and I have a house with a huge back yard that has a koi pond and swimming pool. We’ve lived here and raised our 7 kids over the past 17 years. The kids have pretty much all moved out on their own and now it’s just us and our dog Bailey. That is…

Mom’s deviled eggs, and other Independence Day memories

Mom’s deviled eggs, and other Independence Day memories

My parents did a wonderful job of exposing me to as much art and culture as possible growing up. We didn’t picnic often, but when we did, we did it in style. Just a simple family of 3, Mom Dad and me, would go to Blossom Music Center every July 4th to see the Cleveland…

Mike’s Idaho 4th Of July Memories

Mike’s Idaho 4th Of July Memories

Whenever I think about Independence Day, my most vivid and favorite memories come from when I was a kid growing up here in Idaho and how our family celebrated the 4th of July every year. I grew up on the prairie in North Central Idaho near Grangeville. Every 4th of July our family began the…

Worthington BLOG: Being the Little Brother

Worthington BLOG: Being the Little Brother

When I was a kid, I often was invited to the movies with my older brothers. NOT ALWAYS, but on occasion, either my Mom bribed them or forced them to take little Ricky to the movies. It should not come as a surprise that my older brothers would take one of those opportunities to scare…