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Small Business Celebration
41 minutes | 5 days ago
Episode #114, Matthew Riley, Bakersfield Condors
Matthew Riley, President of the Bakersfield Condors, (The art of working with the city and steal ideas from your industry) guides on how to pick your battles and figure it out together, why stealing ideas from another in your industry is a good thing, why you should control the controllables...and how do you keep a truck with a video screen from getting stuck on a football field for a hockey game?
29 minutes | 12 days ago
Episode #113, Debbie Bowman, SBI Asphalt
Debbie Bowman, Co-Owner of SBI Asphalt, guides us the benefits of being a woman business owner, recommends her best business books, on how you can get through Covid, why reading and self-help books dramatically improved her business, why you should "stay on the saddle," and...what is in a "jack and coke?"
39 minutes | 19 days ago
Episode #112, Stacey Hinzo, Monroebot Graphics-Make Your Business Stand Out
Stacey Hinzo, owner of Monroebot Graphics, guides us on how to make your business stand out, how to represent your business, how to find what works and what doesn’t…and who’s making those wide-brimmed hats the ladies wore during the 1980’s?
35 minutes | a month ago
Episode #111, Shiloh Logan
Shiloh Logan, owner of Logan’s Pest Control, guides us on what to do after your business is sold (and build it with the end in mind), helping to convey to your client that you are “taking care of the issue,” why many people like to hear “the sound of their own talking,” why you should grow your business as an objective unto itself…and what do you do AFTER you’ve sold your business?
41 minutes | a month ago
Episode #110, Sanjay Patel, Hina's Homecare Pharmacy
Sanjay Patel, co-owner of Hina’s Homecare Pharmacy, guides us on how your business is simply a tool to help you experience bigger things in life, how your business needs to solve a specific need, or problem, in order to fuel the overall economy, and that the whole of humanity is one family…and is it okay to have a Christmas tree in your store - even if you’re not Christian and don’t celebrate Christmas?
34 minutes | a month ago
Episode #109, Gary Albyn, Security Consultant, Body Guard Instructor, And Author
Gary Albyn, security consultant, body guard instructor, and author (who writes to his audience) guides us on that regardless if you self-publish, or get a traditional publisher, you still have to get out and promote your book, that patience is key to all facets of writing and publishing, and that you should write to fulfill the best of your readers expectations…and what made a Rhodesian combat veteran stay in a little town he initially couldn’t find on a map?
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode #108, Brian Riel, Knight's Jewelers
Brian Riel, owner of Knight’s Jewelry, guides us on how to find the “right” location for your business, why you should hire bright, young people for your business, and the effectiveness of introducing your products and services on social media and then inviting those customers to come SEE the same product in person, in your store…and how can the love of baseball grow your business?
39 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode #107, Robert Moseley And Renee Pasternik, House Of Moseley
Robert Moseley, owner of House of Moseley, (with business decorating ideas 2020), guides us on how to compete against online retailers, how your past customers are your best advertisement (and will believe in you so you can get new customers, how to make customers feel welcomed and make them feel at ease as possible…and who is the “candle queen?”
38 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode #106, Keith Wolaridge, Wolaridge Consulting
Keith Wolaridge, Principle at Wolaridge Consulting and author of “Five Pillars” of business, is going to guide us on why you need to know your banker BEFORE you need money, why you should give yourself permission to make mistakes, and why you need to ask, “Is it working for you?”…plus, why persistence is something to be thankful for.
41 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode #105, Ken Beurmann, Terrio Physical Therapy
Ken Beurmann, CEO of Terrio Physical Therapy & Fitness, (and one who knows small business connections) talks about why now is the time to be conservative with your growth (as we grow out of this recession), learning from employees with their personal dreams are so they can help grow yours, and why you need to constantly ask yourself, "What does the solution need to be?”
27 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode #104, Chad Tongco, Primaris Market Development
Chad Tongco, Founder / CEO of Primaris Market Development, who does a lot of social group small business networking, talks about the customer journey, the importance of compensation zoning, and why you should focus on the signal, not the noise…and why on earth you want to voice New York winters! Or watch at: https://youtu.be/4nbVbcDDubM
32 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #103, Debbi Bagley, Bakersfield Locksmith
Debbi Bagley, owner of Bakersfield Locksmith, (a local woman owned business who hires employees for aptitude) encourages us about the benefits of answering the phone and showing up, how no employee wants to be dictated to, how it’s okay to make a mistake, own it, say you’re sorry, and move on!…and how finding a home for stray dogs can help your business grow!
37 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #102, Meredith Bell, Autonomy Farms (an organic meat subscription service & new event venue)
Meredith Bell, owner of Autonomy Farms (an organic meat subscription service & new event venue), explains credibility through association, surrounding yourself with people who challenge you, why it's okay to take the path best for you, and...what to when nature obliterates your business!
24 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #101, Callie Jenkins, Poise Pilates & Barre
Callie Jenkins, owner of Poise, Pilates, and Barre, for whom covid forced her business to reset, has an online subscription service that works, is a successful millennial business owner who walks us through rising out of recession and evolve to the new business trends (that actually works), how intentionally focusing on your customers breads success, why treating yourself to new local businesses is good business...and is it okay to be nervous doing an interview on You Tube?
47 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #100, Morgan Clayton, Tel-Tec Security Systems- Do Business with Who You Like, Know, Trust
Morgan Clayton, Founder / President of Tel-Tech Security Systems, guides on why to do business with who you know, like, and trust. He also chats about enriching your knowledge of giving back through grace and the need to help others in order to help you and your business...and...one of the biggest personal sacrifices he has made in his personal life.
33 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode #099, Jake Slayton, Goodwill Industries Of South Central California
Jake Slayton, President / CEO of Goodwill Industries of South Central California, guides us on how to price shelf items guides us in trimming down your admin, why you only need a couple key people, and what to do with employees you've hired that turn out to have the wrong skill sets...and the key to being the lead horse in fantasy football!
29 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode #098, Mike Russo, Russo's Books, Bakersfield's Premier Book Store
Mike Russo, Co-Owner of Russo's Books, guides us on how your physical store can do more than "make it" in an online world, why you have to fail to succeed, and the books REAL successful business owners are reading...plus a special sales insider secret!
28 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode #097, Jessica Pounds, Moo Creamery-Local Woman Owned, Best Practices, Hard Work Noticed
Jessica Pounds, local woman owner of Moo Creamery, chats with us about best practices how people DO notice hard work, about keeping things interesting in your business, READ the fine print...and why would someone leave stable, safe, secure accountancy when they could thrive in the hustle and bustle of a hot kitchen?!
30 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode #096, Clayton Camp, Kern Machinery
Clayton Camp, President of Kern Machinery, on why pay attention to numbers, see what youre looking at, plus gives us three practical, usable keys that have propelled Kern Machinery into continually sustainable profitability for four generations that you can use today to grow a strong and profitable business...and who is the janitor?
35 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode #095, Sarah Slayton - Price, Jakes Tex - Mex Cafe-Local Woman Owned Business During Covid
Sarah Slayton-Price, a local woman owned business during covid and CEO of Jake's Tex-Mex Cafe is on Small Business Celebration about best practices for champion team coordination, adapting, and systematization, how to find that top 1%-2% that makes a BIG difference in your bottom line, and one key element for long-term sustainable assurance in the success of your business...plus, Doug...
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