Between 75% and 80% of all acquisitions fail, meaning they never have a positive return for the buyer. Today, Laura Queen will help us learn why this is true and what you can do to prevent your acquisitions from failing. It's a simple secret and one you're going to want to hear. Join us in this episode and learn the secrets of acquisitions.
We're talking with Steven Kowalski about the wonderful world of innovation. Today you'll learn about iterative innovation and what the means for your company. Join us for this great conversation and hear the wisdom that Steven brings to the party.
Description: Erin Longmoon is our guest for today, she is the CEO of Zephyr Connects. Erin and I speak about the employees that fit your culture, resonate with your core values, and fit with the company's mission and vision, and what is the recruiting process for you to find a team member who will be a great fit for your company.
Today we're talking with Mike Konrad, the Founder/CEO of Aqueous Technologies and a podcast host. We're going to talk about the difference in marketing and sales. You might think they're the same and if you did you would be wrong. Listen to this episode to find out why.
Danielle Levy is the CEO and Founder of The Boardroom League and a sought-after executive who has helped six and seven-figure businesses expand with clarity and efficiency. This episode shows how to give other entrepreneurs a little black book of trusted industry professionals to help them implement and scale their businesses and to become operationally free from your business.
John Jay likes to buy businesses with other people's money and at the same time not give personal guarantees for the loans. Listen in as he explains why it's possible for you to do the same. He believes it's easier to grow a business by acquisition than by organic growth. Josh and John have a lively discussion about whether this actually works.
What do you think about short-term rentals? Do you know what short-term rentals are? Join Alex Jarbo as we have a discussion about short-term rentals. We will discuss the things to consider for short-term rentals, the tools for managing your properties, and how to treat your vacation rentals as a business and not as a hobby.
Joshua Page has got it right. We don't encourage our children to be in the trades if that's the best path for them. Listen to our conversation about what you as a blue-collar business owner can do to help change the trajectory of our youth towards the trades when it's the best path for them to take.
Paul Lesure is our guest for today, he is the CEO of Green Mountain Solar who put solar in our house. In this episode, we'll discuss the process measurement that you invest in the actual process of your business as well as the importance of testimonials and personal responsibility in your business.
Learn with Tipton Shonkwiler whether forming a franchise business or buying a franchise for your going business is right for you. If you're interested in scaling your business and others have asked to use your business model, you might have a good business to franchise. If you want a business in a box and are willing to use systems that have been proven, then becoming a franchisee might be the right thing to do. This episode will help you answer these questions and more.
Today we're talking with Stu Heinecke, the author of How to Grow Your Business Like a Weed and a cartoonist for The Wall Street Journal. In this episode, Stu makes an analogy between weeds and a successful business. We're curious about this idea and I bet you might be also. Tune in to find out what Stu has found that makes weeds and business go together, and no we don't mean the marijuana-type weed.
Susan K. Bradley is our guest for today, she is from The Sudden Money Institute and is an expert on financial transition. In this episode, you will learn about the protocols for helping people who go through major transitions.
Join Ferol M Vernon from Written World Media as we talk about the difference between a book marketer and a media company that markets books. This episode will show you how is it important to have EOS and it will give you insight into empowering authors and publishers to reach their audience and help readers find their next great book.
Melisa Leon is our guest for today, and she is a fractional CFO, top-tier finance professional, business owner, and podcast host. This episode will show you how the balance sheet and dashboard will work for your business.
Robyn Duda has a term, she calls it "return on energy". Join this episode of Cracking the Cash Flow Code to learn what return on energy is and how it might be something you want to learn more about.
Scott Harkey is our guest for today, and he is from OH Partners, he started from scratch and build himself a pretty good size of organization. This episode will tell you about how it is important to have promotions such as well-designed websites and video content creations for your growing business.
We're talking with Matt Ruttenberg about how and why you need to have a fully funded retirement plan if you ever want to become financially free from your business. Learn a little-known secret and it all has to deal with how you use your retirement plan. This is an episode you're not going to want to skip.
People in the construction world have a hard time having a sales process that brings results. Join Lynn Whitbeck as we go through best practices for construction companies to use to create predictable sales that produce raving fans and bring them back over and over for repeat business.
Join Jake Hare as we talk about the topic of burnout, why it happens, and what you can do about it. The terrible truth is you might be burned out and don't even know it. In this episode, we're talking about how to identify when you're burned out and how to combat it.
Hillary Johns is our guest, and she is helping us learn about the do's and don'ts when it comes to disciplining and releasing team members. Too many owners of construction companies ignore the simple rules and pay the price for doing so. Learn five simple things you can do to make sure you don't get sued by your team members.
Join us as we talk with Bill Flynn from Catalyst Growth Advisors who is a CEO & Entrepreneur. In this episode, you will understand the things that business owners or specifically the people from the construction world should be looking at and thinking about if they experience a recession.
We're talking with Rod Khleif who has a great career in real estate among other things and he had an experience about losing two tons of money. In this episode, you will see a vigorous conversation with Rod and Josh about the best ways of handling adversity and where mindset and action fit into making your plans become real.
Delegation is tough. It's especially tough in a family business. Join John Louizes as we talk about what it took for his father to let go and for John to take over the family business. You'll learn why focusing on results is always a better choice than focusing on the process. This is especially true in a family business transition.
Join us as we talk with Rocky Lalvani who is a profit first consultant. This episode will show you how to create a construction company that provides personal and economic sustainability.