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IN THIS SPECIAL HOLIDAY wrap-up episode of Over-the-Counter, Kyle tells the story of a woman whose father brought her a merry Christmas surprise by paying off an item that she hadn’t quite paid off on layaway. He also tells of a small watch repair service, provided for free, that provided a meaningful lesson for a young boy and an unexpected reward for a generous jeweler, as well as the most memorable holiday sale that took place in Kyle’s own store — an $80 gold rose to an extremely special couple.

Says Kyle: “No matter what stage of the business you’re in, we all have the power to take in these simple, subtle, quiet moments that change people’s lives. We are privy to people’s most important and cherished moments and memories, which is what makes this the greatest business to be in.”

In the highlight above, sample the first 90 seconds of Kyle’s latest podcast, wrapping up some of the most memorable sales of the holiday season. Or check out the entire podcast below. Want to receive all our podcasts on your mobile device? Use the icons below to sign up on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher or your favorite podcast player.

OVER THE COUNTER (EPISODE 6): CHRISTMAS REVIEW (8:28 MINUTES)


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Kyle Bullock is a fourth-generation jeweler who manages Bullock's Jewelry in Roswell, NM. He is also a best selling author, speaker and performer, and small business coach. To contact him, email him at KyleRBullock@gmail.com.

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