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The Dime Podcast - Business Simplified
12 minutes | Jun 7, 2022
Let's Talk Percentages For Your Budget
10 minutes | May 3, 2022
Working Capital: What Is It And How Much Of It Should We Have?
11 minutes | Apr 5, 2022
23: Is Debt Ok?
17 minutes | Mar 1, 2022
22: What About Discretionary Spending?
17 minutes | Feb 1, 2022
21: Does Non-Profit Mean No-Profit?
21 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
20: What Is Reimbursable?
17 minutes | Sep 21, 2021
Bonus: A Conversation with Sam Acho
27 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
19: What Is Write-Off-Able?
22 minutes | Dec 8, 2020
18: Your Business Plan Part 2
19 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
17: Your Business Plan Part 1
30 minutes | Oct 8, 2020
16: Funding The Vision & Influencing Your Future
31 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
15: Starting, Stopping, & Maintaining the Essentials
3 minutes | Aug 24, 2020
Relaunch - All New Episodes! Coming Soon!
Dime Podcast: Relaunch It starts simple enough. You have an idea. It’s a good idea. An idea you believe can go somewhere. So quietly, you go to work. Turns out, you were right. It IS a good idea. And people are enjoying what you’re doing. And the idea begins to grow--to expand. And before you know it, you’ve got yourself more than a side hustle; you’ve got a business. Some people come alongside to help. Then some more. Then a few more. Before you know it, you have yourself a staff, and your staff is calling you the boss and looking to you for guidance and leadership. It’s all very exciting. Everyone is impressed with what you’ve accomplished. Everyone is impressed with what you’ve built. The thing is, the work you’re doing now is not the work you set out to do in the early days. Sure, the business is doing that work you knew the world needed, but you, the boss, the manager, the leader--you are not. This is where Dime comes in. We can help. Some of you have been subscribed to this podcast for a while, and for that we thank you, and we know you’ll want to stick with us because we’ve got some brand new content headed your way. It’s been a little while, but we are coming back. We’ve given the show a bit of an ear lift, so’s to say, and we can’t wait to share it with you. Rob Lott will be your host. We’ll be talking with experts from Dime and beyond, experts that will help us all simplify our business, remove the guess work, and make us confident in the day to day goings on of our business and leadership. Ultimately, we want to set you free—if you’re a pastor, an artist, an entrepreneur—we want to set you free to do what only you can do. Honestly, our motivations are just a little bit selfish. You see, our lives are better when you are free to do what you do best: making music, writing books, loving people, impacting the world. We need more of that. We want to set you free to contribute in the way that is your best contribution—to your team, to your business, to the world. We want to do what WE’RE good at so you can do what YOU’RE good at. It’s a win-win. If you’re not yet subscribed, please do subscribe. We’ll be here every month to drop some new thoughts on clarifying and simplifying your business so that you can get back to doing what you set out to do in the first place, the thing you do best. Subscribe today, In the meantime, head over to simpledime.com to learn more. Thank you for listening, thank you for subscribing, and we’ll meet back here real soon.
21 minutes | Sep 4, 2019
CLASSIC the art of project management: episode 14
In this dime podcast, David Kennedy, Corporate Operations Manager, joins co-host, Nils Smith, to talk about the art of project management. Listen to this podcast and learn how to manage your organization’s projects better by learning the keys to success, tools for efficiency, common mistakes organizations in project management and more. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #dimepodcast.
20 minutes | Aug 27, 2019
CLASSIC working with the bank: episode 13
In this dime podcast, dime Chief Revenue Officer, Grant Schmeelk joins Nils Smith to talk about banking and finance for churches and small businesses. Grant covers the basics of banking, the good and the bad of it, what organizations should consider in choosing banks, and much more. Listen to this podcast to get helpful insights in the world of banking. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #dimepodcast.
20 minutes | Aug 20, 2019
CLASSIC legal for churches: episode 12
In this dime podcast, Matt Martin, General Counsel and HR Director, once again joins co-host, Nils Smith to talk about one of the things nonprofit organizations and churches often put in the backburner: legal. Listen to this podcast as Matt gives helpful insights on what churches and ministry leaders need to prepare and embrace from a legal perspective. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #dimepodcast.
19 minutes | Aug 14, 2019
CLASSIC human resources 101: episode 11
When we talk about Human Resources, some of the things that come to mind are performance reviews, disciplinary actions, and insurance meetings, but to Matt Martin, General Counsel and HR Director at dime, there’s more. Listen to this podcast as Matt and co-host, Nils Smith, discuss in-depth Human Resources and how it is a vital part of an organization’s health. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #dimepodcast.
22 minutes | Jul 17, 2019
CLASSIC investing in your team: episode 10
Building a strong team is critical to the success of any church, nonprofit or small business. As a leader, how and when should you invest in your team? In this podcast, Ben Habeck, Founder and CEO of dime and co-host Nils Smith delve into this matter. Listen to learn more. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #dimepodcast.
17 minutes | Jul 10, 2019
CLASSIC determining your technology budget: episode 09
In today’s digital age, technology has been well integrated into many aspects of our lives. From budgeting for social media expenses like social media personnel, to annual costs of keeping a website, should there be a standard on how much an organization should spend on technology? In this podcast, Ben Habeck, Founder and CEO of dime and co-host Nils Smith discuss the basics and more on determining your technology budget. Listen as they share their personal experiences on the mistakes and the lessons they’ve learned when it comes to technology. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #dimepodcast.
20 minutes | Jul 3, 2019
CLASSIC preparing for a new fiscal year: episode 08
In this podcast, Ben Habeck and Nils Smith talk about how to prepare for a new fiscal year, including your budget and plan, that is imperative to your small business, church or nonprofit organization. They also delve into the difference between a fiscal year and a calendar year, the importance of budget planning, the particular expenses to carry over the next year, and more. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #dimepodcast.
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