Join us as we talk with Loren Feldman who is the editor-in-chief and founder of 21 Hats, a platform for business owners where he edits a daily newsletter for entrepreneurs. In this episode, you will learn how is it different going from being an editor to joining the world of entrepreneurship and how you need to embrace your mistakes to be successful.
Donato Tramuto is the author of a new book The Double Bottom Line and the CEO of different healthcare companies. In this episode, you will learn how compassionate leadership can lead to an organization that collaborates, cooperates, and trusts each other.
We're talking with Scott Reib from Reib Law, and he is the author of a new book called Seven Strategies to Shatterproof your Business. In this episode, you will find out what are the seven different strategies to grow a business exponentially.
In this episode, we're talking with Kison Patel who is an expert on a specific Agile methodology which is called Scrum. You will know what are the different methodologies such as Agile, Scrum, Kanban that can optimize the priorities and workflow in managing your business.
We're talking with John Biggs, the author of the book Get Funded and a prolific writer. Learn about the high-tech startup tools that are designed to build your business and start growing your revenue even if you are not a technical person at all.
Join us as we talk with Beth Miller who is the CEO of Executive Velocity Inc and owns the book Replaceable, An Obsession with Succession. You will learn what is a strategic succession planning process is and how can business owners build a leadership pipeline to prepare for their exit.
In today's episode, we talk with Shanon Susko from Metronome University. You will learn what is metronomics and how it is built through experience that can grow with you to the next level which will result in high-performing business teams that achieve superior results.
We're talking with Hannah Moore, the founder of Guiding Wealth who does more interesting things than almost anybody else in the wealth management business. Listening to this episode will help you realize the value of financial planning program and how is it more than numbers and spreadsheets. You will learn a lot about financial planning and building wealth that will bring clarity to a situation, provide a directional simplicity, and offers your clients conﬁdence in their decisions.
We're talking with Jon Rennie who is an author and CEO of Peak Demand which provides components for the electric utility industry. You will learn that it is very important to work as a team, no one is more important than anyone else to achieve your mission in your business. How vulnerability and authenticity go together and will help you to make better decisions and to have a mindset to keep pushing yourself to learn and stacking up your skills which will certainly help you in your career.
Walter Hill Jr. is a second-generation entrepreneur from Petersburg and a notable leader in the brand marketing industry. In this episode, you will learn what are the red flags in a business and have the intuition that can identify potential problems which will give you a plan to prevent them before they happen.
Join us as we talk with Jack Tompkins from Pineapple Consulting Firm who is a Consultant or Coach. Listening to this episode will help you to understand how do business owners know their numbers and become data-driven to get better insights into their business, efficiently.
In this episode, we talk with Ruth King who is an expert at helping contractors manage their cash flow and create profits into dollars. You will learn how to read a cash flow statement and we will share the right template that you can use so you will never have to worry about cash flow.
Today we're talking with John Butler from JB Benefits who is a fierce defender of free-market solutions and is dedicated to turning the business health insurance marketplace upside down. You will learn immediate solutions to dramatically reduce health insurance costs, while at the same time giving businesses a controlled healthcare budget.
In this episode, we talk with Mark Williams who has run two very successful insurance brokerage companies. You will understand what mid-level leaders should be doing and how they can become effective in the business they are running. Learn how to set up your core values as a leader, to properly lead people instead of just focusing on sales.
We're talking with Simon Servino from Strategy Sprints. The topic as you might have guessed is all about sprints. You'll learn what a sprint is and how it's used to speed up everything that happens in your company which saves you money. Listen to how you can make the word higher a part of your world and one that brings results.
Joe Pine is a pioneer in helping businesses think about experiences as being the reason your customers do business with you. Learn how you can learn to use experiences as the glue the keeps your customers coming back over and over again.
Being different is the key to being noticed by potential customers. In this episode, we talk with Mike Michalowicz about how being different can help your business and what you can do to be different in your thinking and thoughts.
Today we're talking with Maurice Thibodeau from Illumination Experiences about what you need to do for a personally sustainable business. You'll learn about resilience and why if you don't have it, you'll get burned out and eventually hate your business. Instead, we want you to love your business, and listening to this episode will help you become and stay personally sustainable in your business.
Join us as we talk with Bryan Welch from Mindful Communications. We talked about what a Benefit Corporation is and why you might want to form one for your company. Brian helped us understand the new reality for what our Millennial and Gen Z customers and employees expect from the companies they work with as well as the companies they work for.
Today's workforce has different needs and wants. If you don't want to be left behind you need to understand the rules for a sustainable business have changed.
Michael Port is an expert on staying booked solid and becoming a heroic public speaker. We talk about both in our episode today. You'll learn about the difference between referrals and introductions. Whether you have a blue-collar business or a speaking business, you need to have a clear understanding of what it takes for people to find you instead of you hounding them. You'll walk away from this episode having some fun and learn key principles that will make your business more sustainable.