(UPDATED 3/25/09) NEWS RELEASE: Productivity and Time Management Expert Susan Sabo Appearing on Sales Leader Todd Cohen’s “Let’s Talk Sales Culture” BlogTalkRadio Internet Talk Show, March 30 at 4pm


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Steven L. Lubetkin, Managing Partner
Professional Podcasts LLC
+1 (856) 751-5491 or steve@professionalpodcasts.com

Todd Cohen, President
Sales Leader LLC

Editors, note: This release has been updated 3/25/09 to correct two minor errors in the text.

CHERRY HILL, NJ – March 24, 2009 – Time management and personal productivity expert Susan Sabo, author of the book Managing Your Paper Mail & Email, will be the guest on the March 30 episode of “Let’s Talk Sales Culture,” the Internet based live call-in radio show hosted by Todd Cohen, the Philadelphia-based president of Sales Leader LLC.

Susan is one of a small number of nationally recognized professional speakers focusing on time management, personal productivity, and organizing for peak performance. She offers her message in one-hour to full-day events and one-on-one coaching. Clients range from Independence Blue Cross to GSK and Comcast.

At www.ProductivityCafe.com, Susan posts brief articles and tips on productivity topics. She has appeared on national TV programs such at HGTV’s show “Mission: Organization” and contributes to the influential blog, Lifehack.org.

Susan’s background includes sales for Hewlett Packard and MCI, owning her own TCBY franchise & rental property, and traveling the world—from the wilds of Southern Africa to the heights of Nepal and serene grounds of New Zealand.

Listeners can hear the show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/toddcohen, and can call in with questions for Sabo at +1-646-929-1341. This episode of the show airs live on Monday, March 30, at 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. A recorded podcast is available about an hour after the show concludes.

“Susan’s expertise in time management and organizational skills is extremely valuable to sales professionals, many of whom need to run their daily activities as if they were independent business people,” said Cohen. “Our audience will benefit from Susan’s advice and counsel on this important discipline.”

Listeners to the Todd Cohen “Let’s Talk Sales Culture” radio show can also share sales experiences and questions with Todd, either via email (todd@toddcohen.com), the ToddCohen Blog (www.toddcohen.com/blog) or by listening to the live show. There is also a “chat” room function at the www.blogtalkradio.com/toddcohen page that can be used to communicate with Todd during the live program.

“As an effective sales leader and team coach, Todd has already recognized how podcasts would extend the reach of his training and management expertise to a global audience of sales practitioners with portability and convenience,” said Steve Lubetkin, managing partner of Professional Podcasts. “Todd is now taking his expertise into the next channel of social media, Internet talk radio, to broaden the exchange of information with his colleagues in a real-time live Internet conversation.”

About Todd Cohen

Todd Cohen is a high-energy, high-performance sales leader. Since he began his career in 1984, Todd and his sales teams have delivered more than $300 million in revenue for leading equipment, education, e-learning and information companies, including Xerox, Gartner Group, Pensare, Thomson, and LexisNexis. Todd’s successful career has progressed from proven individual contributor and repeat President’s Club winner, to innovative sales manager, to accomplished sales executive. Most recently he was Vice President of Sales for LexisNexis.

In 2009, Cohen will launch a series of seminars and workshops on sales culture on a national basis. The schedule will be available at www.toddcohen.com.

More information and a photo of Todd available at http://toddcohen.com/about/pages/about-todd-cohen/.

About Professional Podcasts LLC

Professional Podcasts LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lubetkin Communications LLC, is an award-winning provider of podcasts (Internet-distributed audio and video content production services), e-Learning programs, and other multimedia content for corporations and professional organizations. The firm also produces its own podcasts focusing on public relations, computer technology, bond ratings, and interviews with book authors.

More information is available at http://www.professionalpodcasts.com/, and the firm’s video feed is at http://professionalpodcasts.blip.tv/.

About BlogTalkRadio

BlogTalkRadio is a free, web-based platform which allows any user with a phone and a computer to host a live, interactive Internet broadcast. Hosts call into the service by phone, managing callers on the web-based host dashboard. Shows stream live directly from the host’s BlogTalkRadio web page with archives available for all past shows. BlogTalkRadio has been featured on ABC News, The Washington Post, Portfolio, Talkers Magazine, and TheStreet.com. The citizen broadcasting network can be found at http://www.blogtalkradio.com.

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Todd Cohen is available to speak about how he is integrating social media like Internet talk radio, blogging, and podcasting into his sales training, coaching, and mentoring activities. He is also available to discuss his wide experience in producing effective sales teams and cultures and to discuss his forthcoming workshop series on sales culture.

Steve Lubetkin is available to discuss how social media and podcasting technology can help organizations communicate effectively with their audiences. Copies of the Todd Cohen Sales Leader Podcasts are available on CD on request.

To arrange to speak with Todd or Steve, please call Steve Lubetkin at (856) 751-5491 or email steve@professionalpodcasts.com.

Todd’s current series of podcasts is available through several channels. On his website, www.toddcohen.com, scroll down to the heading “Listen to Todd’s Podcasts!”

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About Podcasting

Podcasts are digital audio or video recordings distributed using Internet technology. Visitors to an organization’s website can download podcast programs for review on their desktop computers, or synchronize them with a portable digital media device. Software programs called “feed readers” or “podcatchers” allow users to “subscribe” to podcasts at no cost, and receive new programs in a podcast series automatically.

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