Doug Golden
  • 49, Male
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • United States
  • Grow Through Gratitude
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Paterson Mar 26, 2008. 5 Replies

 

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The Money Tree

This group will be commited to providing financial resources and options to restaurant owners (and start-ups) here on FohBoh. If you provide funding options or know of resources please contribute. All are welcome!
Dec 30, 2011

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Keith Bernhardt joined Doug Golden's group
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The Money Tree

This group will be commited to providing financial resources and options to restaurant owners (and start-ups) here on FohBoh. If you provide funding options or know of resources please contribute. All are welcome!
Jun 15, 2011
Joe Sorge and Doug Golden are now friends
Nov 1, 2010
Tim Long replied to Doug Golden's discussion Merchant Cash Advances (credit card receivable funding)... Good or Evil?
"We offer a real loan product that cost half what a Merchant Cash Advance does. Our rate is 14.99% where the average Merchant Cash Advance rate is 35%, we are less than half!!! The loan is unsecured and we accept FICO Scores as low as 500. You can…"
Jul 15, 2010
Anna cuellar replied to Doug Golden's discussion Merchant Cash Advances (credit card receivable funding)... Good or Evil?
"Great! Thanks for the great article posting and your all effort. I think the above article is valuable for all concerned people about this topics. For me the Informations are really really useful for my research. I've Bookmarked this page for…"
Jul 15, 2010
Doug Golden's blog post was featured

Social Media Revolution

If you haven't seen this video you must. If you already have it's worth seeing again. Amazing how far this has come so fast!See More
Jun 25, 2010
Doug Golden was featured
Jun 25, 2010
Doug Golden commented on Michael L. Atkinson's blog post Fear, Greed and Popcorn
"Paul... by the way. The folks at Public Knowledge... who produced the first video you posted. They also work closely with other organizations. Like.... I'm sure this is just a funnny coincidence... it's "Free Press".... the…"
May 12, 2010

Profile Information

Title
Relationship Builder & Father Of 5
Company
Grow Through Gratitude
Website
http://www.GrowThroughGratitude.com
What best describes my company
Other
Interests
Career Advancement, Consulting, Finding Investors, Investing, Learning, Making Friends, Networking
Personal Quote
"Stop Activism!"
Biography
My wife Elizabeth and I are helping people and small business owners embrace an old fashion way of reaching out to friends, family and business clients, which now has an internet twist and advantage.

It is a powerful "Relationship & Customer Retention" tool that touches people in a way that the internet or email never will. It's a concept and service that is changing people's lives much like Netflix changed the way we rent videos.

From your keyboard, you can send a printed greeting card, thank you card, postcard or reminder card with your personalized message in Less than 60 seconds.

You simply...

• Choose your card from the gallery (or design your own by dropping in photos or company logos)
• Write your message with a choice of font & color (you can even create a font from your own handwriting!)
• Click send

SendOutCards prints it, stamps it and mails it within 24 hours. All this for much less than the store bought card(s). Send a custom professional card for as low as .62 cents (plus postage) or a postcard for .31 cents (plus postage).

It's fast, easy and fun. Let the reminder system tell you when a card is needed or simply choose a card anytime you want. Send unexpected cards at unexpected times. Never forget another birthday, anniversary, or client follow up. Always show appreciation and stay in front of your customers.

Be our guest and send a loved one or valued client/prospect a card today!

For A Complimentary 'Test Drive' Account (absolutely no obligation / the card & postage is on us!) go to http://www.GrowThroughGratitude.com


Doug Golden (859) 468-1535
Elizabeth Golden (859) 835-4750
Years in the Industry
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Doug Golden's Blog

Gratitude. Free to express and priceless when received.

Posted on March 31, 2010 at 12:52pm 0 Comments

Technological advances rolled out in the past decade are having a profound impact on the way we interact with loved ones, friends, customers and business clients. These advances are most certainly intended to make our lives easier and more convenient (so they say). They are intended to save time so that we have more time for other “more important” things. I don’t know about you… but it has only made my life busier and at times a bit more complicated. How was I spending the same amount of time… Continue

Government Healthcare - Worth Repeating

Posted on March 15, 2010 at 7:43am 2 Comments

Below is a perfect (maybe simplified) example of why the Government should not take over ANY industry, including healthcare. It will drag us all down to depths never thought possible.



A friend shared the following with me...



Socialism



An economics professor at Texas Tech said he had never failed a single student, but had once failed an entire class. The vast majority of the class had insisted that socialism worked and that no one would be poor and no one would… Continue

The Power of Appreciation and Gratitude

Posted on February 11, 2010 at 6:48am 2 Comments

I just wanted to share an article I refer back to from time to time...





Sure, we're polite. We always say "please" and "thank you"... to strangers at least. But for some reason, it seems that we often forget to say "thank you" and show our appreciation to the people who are closest to us; to our family, our co-workers, our employees, our teachers. We especially forget to say "thank you" to the universe for our many blessings.



Saying thank you and showing… Continue

Social Media Revolution

Posted on February 10, 2010 at 12:34pm 2 Comments

If you haven't seen this video you must. If you already have it's worth seeing again.





Amazing how far this has come so… Continue

Worth Repeating - Gov't Healthcare

Posted on October 22, 2009 at 8:37am 1 Comment

Below is a perfect (maybe simplified) example of why the Government should not take over ANY industry, including healthcare. It will drag us all down to depths never thought possible.



A friend shared the following with me...



Socialism



An economics professor at Texas Tech said he had never failed a single student, but had once failed an entire class. The vast majority of the class had insisted that socialism worked and that no one would be poor and no one… Continue

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At 11:03am on June 22, 2010, Sybil Presley said…
Hi from Sybil !
I like your Send out Cards website!
I am going to spend more time on it next visit.
Please be my friend. Your company name is great!
At 10:40am on April 21, 2010, Charles said…
Nice story Doug! Sorry I didn't respond earlier. I forgot I was registered here. That does happen to the employees who always missed the mark when they are shopped!
At 11:29am on February 24, 2010, Page Stokes said…
Thanks for the warm welcome, Doug! Looking forward to hearing more from you and the other members.

Cheers,
Page
At 11:03am on February 11, 2010,
Non-Operator
Wes Stone
said…
Thanks Doug, what is it exactly your company does? I am curious, email me please. Thanks, Wes
At 10:56am on February 11, 2010, Mark S. Holmes said…
Thanks Doug I'm looking forward to a little networking, and idea sharing. I'm also looking for a good job site for opportunity's in my area. Any suggestions would appreciated.
At 10:20am on February 11, 2010, Jeffrey J Kingman said…
Thanks Doug! I haven't been as prolific of late - winter hibernation in social media ;)
At 7:07am on February 11, 2010, Howard Appell said…
Thanks Doug, I think it is a FOHBOH problem. I don't have any unusual videos or other programs running. How is your business going? I have a new project ready to open in March along with the Georgia edition. I'll be announcing it soon.
At 7:04am on February 11, 2010, David Rose said…
Thanks for the kind words. Warm wishes, DR
At 7:46pm on February 10, 2010, David Jobe said…
Thanks Doug--appreciated.
At 6:46pm on February 10, 2010,
Non-Operator
Dean Small
said…
Doug, I appreciate your warm welcome. I look forward to more of your articles!
 
 
 

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