Small Business

How to succeed in business with Jim Beach

Have you ever wondered how to succeed in business? Jim Beach has both lived and taught the lifestyle of entrepreneurship. He thinks that creativity, risk, and passion are killing the potential new entrepreneurs. He shares how you can move past creativity, risk, and passion an open new doors to find success in what you do. We also discuss how being a contrarian can help you see the hidden potential to get the competitive edge over your competition.

How to create an Innovation Strategy with Michael Woodward

Do you have a strategy to turn your ideas and dreams into reality? Many people starting out (and even big businesses) forget that innovation is critical to the success of your business. A good Innovation Strategy will help you move from uncertainty into a clear vision for the future.

E91 | Targeting the Right Audience | Bud Torcom

Bud Torcom shares the importance of social media and digital marketing for small businesses and entrepreneurs.  He gives valuable insights, tips and tricks you can use to learn how to maximize your online exposure.  This starts with targeting the right audience with the right message and then using the tools available to craft a strategy to reach your goals.  Beyond marketing, Bud has a passion for creating culture in the work place.  A culture that enables people to reach their full potential without anxiety or being overworked.  He also believes it's important to make the work place a fun place filled with adventure.

E90 | Untaught Lessons in Small Business | Tim Fulton

On today's episode Tim Fulton shares untaught lesson and realities of small business ownership.  Tim has over 30 years helping small businesses achieve their vision.  In the episode we discuss many important topics for small business owners and entrepreneurs including knowing your strengths and building a great team around you, seeing your blindspots as a business owner, why you need a visionary and a business integrator, the power of coaches / mentors and pier group, why business is personal, anticipating your business needs, letting go and delegating, hiring early, and finding and retaining good talent.