Ready to sweat? ITS BOOTCAMP TIME!
Today Mark, a young programmer from Seattle, WA, will get actionable advice from Mike on how to start his web design business. Marketing and creating a USP (Unique Selling Proposition) are the keys Mike will be discussing.
Pamela Gockley shares with small business owners how to effectively market their comapnies online and offline by creating a reputation factor. Great actionable tips and advice for website and social media intereaction.
Leslie Hassler gives advice on the most valuable (and limited) resource we have -- time! Time management is key during the startup phase in order to keep life balanced. Great listen for mom-preneurs or business owners that feel maxed out and pulled in 100 different directions.
One tip: K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid)
It was a hot day in Texas and Julie Austin was a dehydrated runner... it was then she had an idea. Follow her journey from that moment until several years later she owns a production and distribution business that produces a NASDAQ award-winning product that's shipped around the world.
Mike Cook instructs entrepreneurs on the importance of relationship building within and organization.
Also, Mike co-hosts the show at the beginning by taking a quesstions from Gilbert, a co-founder of a CPA firm in Florida.
Chris Miles is a personal and business finance guru. He shares with us the importance of cash flow analysis and how to save money from leaking through the cracks.
Chris gives advice and challenges your business and personal budgeting ideologies.
Today Mike takes three questions from REAL business owners. Emmanuel, Art, and Kate submitted questions about starting/growing/saving their businesses.
We will learn about starting a franching, expanding a coffee cafe company, and salvaging a clothing company that is about to close.
In 2008 Marc Mawhinney had a thriving real estate business with over 100 employees. The year later, he had nothing and was deep in debt. Marc shares with us his advice and reflections on how to bounce back from adversity.
Today Mike takes three questions from REAL business owners. Dave, Anna, and Kevin submitted questions about starting/growing/saving their businesses.
We will learn about pros and cons of Shark Tank, expanding a floral shop, and salvaging a pressure washing company that needs help standing out in the marketplace.
In this podcast listeners are going to learn about SO much!
let me try to "summarize" the subjects we will touch on=)
Small business ownership, entrepreneurship, employees, hiring, budgeting, raising capital, startup, growing company, small business management, marketing, advising, consulting, business marketing, networking, money managment, careers, technology, finance, online marketing, social media marketing, interviewing, public speaking, advertising, network marketing, running a business, scaling business, saving business, etc, etc, etc