This episode Josh talks asset protection with Lin Eleoff, J.D., creator of the DIYLegalToolkit.com. They discuss avoiding copyright infringement with images on your site, business name trademarking, business entities, and privacy policies. They talk about what legal things you can do yourself and what things you should use a lawyer for. They also discuss understanding the value of your assets and how to best protect them.
On this episode, Josh spends time with Tony Rose, Founding Partner of Rose, Snyder & Jacobs. The discuss the fact that financial capital is only one of the capitals you should be looking at. The others being human, intellectual, social, and structural capital.
On this episode, Josh speaks with Glenn Main, Managing Partner at The Main Point Group LP. They discuss business owners who have become "stuck" in their business and have reached a burn out point. The offer information on how they help these business owners.
On this episode, Josh speaks with Mark Ferguson, owner of Invest Four More. They discuss how Mark successfully removed himself from the daily operational side of his businesses, so that he could focus on growing them and starting new ones.
This episode Josh speaks with Lenny Melnick, Owner of LennyMelnickFantasySports.com. They discuss some of the unusual sales tactics Lenny used when he owned a box business (including buying a race horse). They then conclude with a discussion about treating your employees right.
On this episode Josh speaks with Bruce Eckfeldt, CEO of Eckfeldt & Associates. They discuss Agile software development process and how Agile can be applied to other parts of your business as well.
In this episode Josh speaks with Rita Cheng, CEO of Blue Ocean Global Wealth. They discuss the benefits of diversity, both in your staff and your customer base.
On this episode, Josh talks startups with Tom Sylvester from Serial Startups.
This episode Josh speaks with Rob Michon about the power of niche markets.
In this episode Josh speaks with a long-time mentor of his, J. Shields Harvey. They discuss the importance of slowing down and enjoying the entrepreneurial journey. They also talk about the vital role training and compensating your staff plays in long-term business sustainability.
On this episode Josh speaks with Shaneh Woods, Owner, E3 Services. They discuss how structure can aid creativity, thinking more positively about your business and about discovering your "why" and how it impacts your overall life. They also discuss Shaneh's "Strategic Planning Days", what they usually encompass, and the positive effect it has had not only on her business but on other businesses who have joined in.
This week, Josh speaks with Chris Berry from The Elder Care Firm. They discuss the power of choosing a niche within your service industry. They also talk about how to document the processes of your business to make it more efficient and less dependent on you. Chris also talks about the power of saying no!
This week Josh speaks with Clint Salter, CEO & Founder of the Dance Studio Owners Association. They discuss the importance of systems, particularly in engaging new customers, and the concept of "sales funnels". Clint's staff is fully virtually, so Josh and Clint discuss the benefits of virtual staffing and how best to approach it.
This week Josh speaks with Sarah Sladek, CEO, XYZ University. They discuss millennials in the workforce and some thoughts on how to attract them and keep them motivated.
This week Josh invites back, Rob Slee, author of Time Really Is Money: How To Work For $5,000 Per Hour. Rob discussed how to work for $5,000 an hour back on Episode 31.
This time around, Rob is discussing "Instant Companies", what they are and what is involved in creating one.
On this episode, Josh welcome Mike Michalowicz back to the program. Mike first appeared on Episode 47 to talk about profit first. This time around Josh and Mike talk about the process of identifying a niche and its many benefits.
This week Josh spends some time with Matt Shoup, President, M & E Painting, LLC. They discuss being hands off with your business, treating your employees like family, and how to use your worst business experience to help market yourself.
On this episode, Josh speaks with Chris Brogan, CEO of Owner Media Group. They discuss small ideas to help advance business goals, free time, the "Three Words" tool, the power of mistakes, and the "20 Minute Plan".
This episode is the third of three episodes with Mike Paton, CEO of EOS Worldwide LLC, to discuss the Entrepreneurial Operating System for Small Businesses. On this episode Mike and Josh discuss the people component of the system and the tools that help you make sure the right people are in the rights seats.
This episode is the second of three episodes with Mike Paton, CEO of EOS Worldwide LLC, to discuss the Entrepreneurial Operating System for Small Businesses. On this episode they highlight the meeting pulse and how using several highly structured meetings can actually help you accomplish more!
This episode is the first of three episodes with Mike Paton, CEO of EOS Worldwide LLC, to discuss the Entrepreneurial Operating System for Small Businesses. On this episode they highlight the six points of the system and why business owners should consider using EOS.
This episode Josh talks with Dino Eliadis, Founder/President of DE, Inc. Dino talks about a system they use to help their clients discover measurable metrics which can then be used to develop smarter ways to help companies grow.
This episode Josh speaks with Rob Michon about his six step check up for entrepreneurs.
This episode Josh spends time with Megan Apple, President of A Virtual Certainty. They discuss business relationships and strategies used to make those relationships function better. They also discuss how to help clients find their strengths and how to use that knowledge to build complimentary teams.
In this episode Josh speaks with Kevin Kervick, owner of Kervick Development. The talk about what to do when your bank calls you loan and ways to protect yourself. They also discuss how to choose a bank that is more willing to work with you and steps you can take to protect your personal assets.