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49 minutes | 6 hours ago
Connecting through Play: Kristi Herold
‘Play is really important when it comes to building good bonds and friendships and having a healthy culture.’ Kristi Herold founded the Sport & Social Group and JAM, which offers virtual social events to help teams connect through play. ‘I’m a big believer in asking for help, and I’m always willing to give it too.’ Kristi started cultivating her entrepreneur’s mindset at a young age under the guidance of her father who was also a businessman. She combined her love for active living and her knack for business in her organization and company. We cover different topics such as - building a great team - overcoming adversities - finding the goal of your entrepreneurship Connect with Kristi through these channels: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristi-herold-8a7180 Twitter: https://twitter.com/KristiHerold JAM website: https://www.workplayjam.com/
14 minutes | 2 days ago
How to Succeed in a Saturated Market
‘There’s an opportunity for everyone out there. You can uncover gaps [in the competitive market].’ Your industry may be tough and highly competitive. This week, we talk about how to succeed in a saturated market. Let’s consider some points that will help you stand out in a saturated market: - What’s your story? What sets you apart? - Unique selling point - Understand your competitors. - Listen to your customers. For more successful business ideas, listen to previous episodes.
52 minutes | 7 days ago
Trusting Your Gut: Rhett Power
‘I got that gut feeling, that nagging feeling that we all get, and a lot of times we push it down and we ignore it because it’s telling us to do something crazy and ridiculous. But I listened to it.’ Rhett Power is a cofounder of Courageous Leadership, a consultancy that helps businesses liberate through courage, and the author of ‘The Entrepreneurs’ Book of Actions.’ He helps leaders in different industries cultivate a healthy entrepreneur’s mindset and achieve business growth. ‘You can’t tell me the big players always did it the way somebody else did it. You don’t get to be that big and significant by playing in the same space. You do that by thinking creatively.’ In this episode, we discuss Rhett’s entrepreneur’s journey, what made him the courageous leader that he is today — from his experience at the Peace Corps, to his startup toy company, and finally, his current consultancy. Connect with Rhett online: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rhettpower/ Personal website: https://rhettpower.com/ Courageous Leadership: https://courageous.io/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rhettpower
13 minutes | 9 days ago
How to Stay Mindful
‘In every crisis, there’s opportunity.’ Are you not sure how to stay mindful all the time as a busy entrepreneur? We’re here to help. We share a few tips on how business owners can stay mindful during a trying time like the current pandemic: - remembering your business’s purpose - staying socially connected with your client and employees - remaining optimistic For more business success ideas, listen to our previous episodes.
32 minutes | 14 days ago
Helping Entrepreneurs Make Their Dreams Happen: Cameron Herold
‘My core purpose has always been to help entrepreneurs make their dreams happen.’ Cameron Herold is a top business consultant, author, and speaker. He’s also known as the ‘CEO Whisperer’ and founded the COO Alliance, the only network for the second in command. ‘I try not to be the smartest person in the room and just sponge off all these other smart people.’ Growing up in a family of business people, Cameron had the entrepreneur mindset at a young age. He’s been inculcating the same values in his children, and he also works with business leaders to develop their entrepreneurial ability, skills, and characteristics. He’s all about helping companies maximize their growth potential in business. Connect with Cameron here: COO Alliance: https://cooalliance.com/ Personal website: https://cameronherold.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cameronherold/
18 minutes | 16 days ago
How Your Business Can Rebound Post Pandemic
‘These are the times when every penny counts.’ We’re remaining hopeful that we will emerge from this pandemic stronger and with many lessons learned. Let’s share ideas on what you can do to rebound your business when this is over. In this episode, we discuss how to rebound your business post pandemic using strategies like - digital marketing advertisements, - shifting from traditional to digital marketing, - observing user behavior and more. Listen to previous episodes for tips on how to survive in business amidst this pandemic.
49 minutes | 21 days ago
Serving the Underserved: A Conversation with Kedma Ough
‘I found a love in helping people through the struggle.’ Kedma Ough is an inventor, author, speaker, and entrepreneur. On top of that, she’s a champion for small businesses, helping them find grants and funding resources. ‘Adversity leads to character, but it doesn’t have to lead to suffering.’ Kedma talks about how she found her purpose in helping the underprivileged and why she decided to serve the underserved. We touch on her major challenges and the strategies she’s used to overcome them to be successful in serving the underprivileged communities. - Letting go of your pride and ego - How to bypass innovation-stifling processes at institutions - Creating tribes - Choosing confidence over arrogance - How vulnerability builds trust Get in touch with Kedma here: Personal website: https://kedmaough.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kedmaough/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kedmaough
10 minutes | 23 days ago
How to Train Your Staff Remotely
‘Make it simple. Make it as barebones as possible to make sure everyone can understand it.’ With the shift to remote work caused by the pandemic, more employers have been training and onboarding their staff online. We give you pointers on how to make this process seamless and convenient for everyone. Find out how to train your new staff effectively and remotely.
54 minutes | a month ago
Relationships Matter: A Conversation with Jay Clouse
‘At the end of the day, decisions are made by real human people, so relationships matter a lot.’ Jay Clouse is the founder of Unreal Collective, creator of Freelancing School, and Community Experience Director for Smart Passive Income. He works to help creatives thrive as business owners. ‘The power of compounded effort from consistent menial tasks is pretty incredible.’ Our conversation touches on several points that can help both starting and experienced entrepreneurs: - Taking risks on your way to success - Getting into a grateful mindset - Setting boundaries - The usefulness of technology in business If you want to hear more business owners like you talk about their challenges as an entrepreneur and how they overcome mistakes in business, listen to our previous episodes. You can connect with Jay on these platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayclouse LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayclouse/ Freelancing School: https://freelancing.school/ Unreal Collective: http://unrealcollective.com/
12 minutes | a month ago
5 Ways to Add Value to Your Business
‘Don’t fear these big-box conglomerates because if you can differentiate yourself by educating your customers, that’s what people want.’ If you’re wondering how you can make your business stand out from the rest, we can help! These five factors are key to adding value to your business. - Speed - Quality - Personalization - Convenience - Customer service during pandemic For more tips on things to do to your business during the pandemic and pivoting your business on pandemic, check out our previous episodes.
54 minutes | a month ago
System-Driven vs. Personality-Driven Success: A Conversation with Noah St. John
‘That’s what I see a lot of entrepreneurs struggling with: either a) they don’t have a system or b) they’re trying to follow a system that doesn’t fit themselves.’ Noah St. John is known as the ‘Power Habits Mentor.’ He’s an executive coach, author, and keynote speaker. He invented ‘AFFORMATIONS’ to help people eliminate ‘head trash’ that gets in the way of their success. ‘Information alone does not create change.’ In this episode, Noah shares with us many valuable tips that can help a struggling business owner, touching on several subjects: - Creating a ‘freedom lifestyle’ - System-driven vs. personality-driven success - The ‘authority cycle’ - Role of technology in business - 3-step process to overcome your knowledge gaps Connect with Noah on the following platforms: Personal website: https://noahstjohn.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/noahstjohn/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpq9UvIbksW3TJepeWgnSlw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/noahstjohn
15 minutes | a month ago
5 Pandemic Self-Care Tips for Business Owners
‘Figure out what’s important in your business and your life first.’ During this pandemic, we’ve learned to not only look after our bodies but our mental health as well. Here are self-care activities we’ve been doing as business owners during a pandemic. - Business routine during pandemic - Exercise and meditation during pandemic - Socialization during pandemic - Daily reflection on life during pandemic
55 minutes | a month ago
Attitude Is Everything: A Conversation with Stephen Key
‘Attitude is everything. I can teach you everything. I can’t teach you an attitude. If you have the right attitude of curiosity and you want to help, those are the people I hire.’ Stephen Key is the co-founder of inventRight and one of the leading experts on how to license a product idea. He’s an inventor, author, speaker, and entrepreneur. ‘When you think about all the things that bug you during the day, those are opportunities to invent solutions.’ In this episode, we talk to Stephen about - the right attitude to be a successful entrepreneur - the importance of community - attitude vs. skills - entrepreneur positivity - cultivating an innovative mind Connect with Stephen on the following platforms: inventRight: https://www.inventright.com/ inventRight TV: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-2L31LrT3T-OBNLuP_AnHw Twitter: https://twitter.com/stephenkeymedia LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephenmkey/
22 minutes | a month ago
8 Pandemic Business Trends That Aren’t Going Anywhere
‘You can’t expect people to come to your door just because you are a small business owner in your community. You have to go the extra step.’ The business landscape has certainly changed since the pandemic hit. How are you adapting to these rapid changes? What can you do to make the most of your business during this pandemic? In this episode, we discuss some pandemic business trends that we hope are going to be helpful to you and your business to thrive during this challenging time. - Cashless payment - Delivery - E-commerce - Supporting local - Technology and more For more advice to business owners during the pandemic or info on technologies helping businesses in the pandemic, listen to our previous episodes.
40 minutes | 2 months ago
Putting People First: A Conversation with Ryan Vet
‘One of the biggest challenges I had is really understanding that everything you do in business is not about the dollar, it’s not about profit, it’s about people.’ Ryan Vet is an entrepreneur, speaker, author, and sommelier. His entrepreneurial journey got an early start, and he hasn’t stopped since. He launched a marketing firm at just 14 and started a coffee shop and launched an app out of his college dorm room! In 2019, he launched Boon, a revolutionary app for the healthcare industry. ‘Finding people you align with in your life where you’re at and where you’re trying to go is important.’ This episode covers several topics helpful to starting and experienced business owners: - Finding a mentor and being a mentor - Failures in business - The impact of technology in business - The cons of automation software - Prioritizing faith, family, and friends Connect with Ryan online: Personal website: https://ryanvet.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryanvet/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryancvet Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ryancvet/
18 minutes | 2 months ago
Overcoming Pandemic Fatigue
‘As a leader, you want your employees to feel and know that they’re not alone.’ It has been a stressful year with the COVID-19 pandemic. If you or your employees have been feeling tired more than usual, know that you are not alone. We share with you some tips so you and your team can work on overcoming pandemic fatigue together. - Listen to your team - Adapt - Find time to disconnect Listen to previous episodes to get more tips for business owners during the pandemic.
41 minutes | 2 months ago
Leverage Your Personal Experience: A Conversation with Omar Zenhom
‘Leverage the value that you have/the personal experience that you have.’ Omar Zenhom is the co-founder and CEO of WebinarNinja, an online Webinar platform named as one of the fastest growing SaaS companies in 2018. He also hosts the top business podcast The $100 MBA Show. ‘How am I going to be something uniquely valuable?’ Omar shares his unique business journey as an Egyptian-American entrepreneur coming from a family of immigrants. His story starts with stepping out of the box of what was expected of him and pivoting from his career in education to business. Listen for lessons on overcoming mistakes as an entrepreneur and finding your pillars on becoming an entrepreneur. Connect with Omar online: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omarzenhom/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheOmarZenhom The $100 MBA Show: https://100mba.net/show/
18 minutes | 2 months ago
Creating Your Company Culture
‘Make the wellbeing of your employees a priority.’ In this episode, we talk about how you can create and improve your company culture. Your company culture is made up of the values you share with your organization. It shows in how you interact with your employees as well as your clients. Hiring an employee with similar values to you is important in creating a company culture. Listen and find out more company culture tips.
52 minutes | 2 months ago
Do It for Yourself: A Conversation with Jodi Daniels
‘There’s nothing like doing it for yourself. I thrive on that. However much you’re going to put in, you’re going to get it back.’ Jodi Daniels is the founder and CEO of Red Clover Advisors. She’s a certified information privacy professional who helps businesses create privacy programs and build transparency and trust. In this episode, learn about - her work in ad networks - her experience in leaving the corporate world - the importance of building relationships - and the difference between security and privacy. ‘I am a big believer in staying in the zone that you know well and finding the right people who are experts in that area.’ Jodi shares her advice on starting a business, her motivations as a business owner, some of the methods she’s used to overcoming challenges in business, and the technologies that are useful to her in business. Connect with Jodi online: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodihoffmandaniels/ Red Clover Advisors: https://redcloveradvisors.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RedCloverAdvisors/
11 minutes | 2 months ago
Should You Move to Entirely Remote Work?
‘If we’re going to be home-based, I need to take care of the mental health of my people. I need to make sure they’re team-building because it’s the culture of our company, and happy employees make productive employees.’ The pandemic has caused a lot of companies to shift from office work to work from home. Is your team ready to take the plunge as well? Here are some remote working benefits, tips, and considerations you need to have in mind before you make that decision.
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