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#83: The Recipe for Retail Suck-cess

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On this episode of the UnPodcast we share stories and lessons learned from our recent forays into the marketplace to purchase all kinds of items, except for a new dishwasher, apparently, for our new home.

Other topics include:

  • [00:01:01.23] We’re Moving Into a New Home – It’s Not Stressful at All
  • [00:03:04.03] Retail has changed
  • [00:04:53.25] Alison’s Ikea Trip
  • [00:07:15.03] Ikea Has Fees
  • [00:09:31.07] How Serious Was This Incident
  • [00:12:30.19] Who Won’t Hear This Story
  • [00:14:14.26] We’re Heading Back to Nashville in the Fall
  • [00:14:40.00] We Have a New Sponsor
  • [00:17:20.07] The Tale of Home Depot
  • [00:19:14.03] Canadian Black Friday
  • [00:21:10.14] Alison’s Retail Tell
  • [00:23:02.17] Home Depot’s Game Changer
  • [00:26:07.19] Pottery Barn – the Reclaimed Himalayan Wood Store
  • [00:27:59.14] How to Get a Retail Employee to Talk to You
  • [00:29:13.11] Don’t Have Pow-Wows In Front of Customers
  • [00:30:03.06] Scott is an Easy Retail Sell
  • [00:31:26.28] Williams Sonoma – The Fancy Kitchen Store
  • [00:32:48.28] When the Product Sells Itself, and When It Doesn’t
  • And so much more. . .

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Items mentioned in this episode

  1. Ikea
  2. Home Depot
  3. Pottery Barn
  4. Williams Sonoma
  • Matthew Wilham

    okay…now I want to know, what justifies a $600 chair?