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Small Business Growth Podcast
Leaving my Family Business, Business Expansion, & What's Next

Small Business Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 27:02


Don't mind the tears in this episode HAH! Recently I left my family's business to move to California & go all in on my business, personal growth, and relationship with my boyfriend. If you have a family business, are thinking about stepping away from your family business, want to stay up to date on what's going on in my life & business, or are just nosey of my massive business expansion process coming - I'll be covering all of that int his episode! The raw, the real, the transparent - always.   ----- Hang with me on IG: @thisismadisonpaige Join my FREE Small Business Community: CLICK HERE Check Out My Small Biz Must Haves: CLICK HERE

UnternehmensZIRKUS - erfolgreiche Unternehmensnachfolge
Was hilft gegen den eigenen Blinden Fleck? mit Jana Wieduwilt

UnternehmensZIRKUS - erfolgreiche Unternehmensnachfolge

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 23:38


Jana Wieduwilt ist MarketingMentorin und BusinessPilgerin. Wir erforschen wie Du Deine Expertise galant und auf Deine Weise zeigen kannst: - Wie kann der Blick von außen, erden und beflügeln? - Warum ist das sichere Patentrezept ist eine Sackgasse? - Kennst Du Deine Superpower und verdienst damit leichter Geld? - Resümee: jeder Pilgerweg ist anders, auch wenn alle auf demselben Weg gehen

North Georgia Life Podcast
Blue Ridge Adventure Park - Outdoor adventure as a family business

North Georgia Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 36:38


Join me as I dive into an amazing story on doing business with family and the love of outdoor adventures. Blue Ridge Adventure Park is the place to be this summer, enjoy listening to this on your way there and you'll know exactly what to expect!

WAM
#202 Taking the Reins in a Multicultural, Multigenerational Family Business with Filomena Malvone

WAM

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 27:56


Changing demographics are creating new roles and leadership opportunities for women in family businesses. However, there are numerous stereotypes, unconscious gender biases, and even family traditions that can present challenges for women stepping into these positions of leadership, particularly when taking the reins in a multicultural, multigenerational family business! This has been the experience for Filomena Malvone, the Owner and Manager of Jerry & Sal's Pizza Restaurant in Hanover, Pennsylvania, and the author of What Would You Do If…, a situational book to promote problem-solving skills among young children. Today, Lydia Di Liello sits down with Filomena to discuss some of these challenges and find out how she overcame them with determination, hard work, and finesse, emphasizing the importance of building meaningful relationships along the way. We also touch on the value of speaking multiple languages, fostering a company culture that feels like family, and surrounding yourself with encouraging supporters, plus so much more, so make sure not to miss today's show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WAM
#202 Taking the Reins in a Multicultural, Multigenerational Family Business with Filomena Malvone

WAM

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 27:56


Changing demographics are creating new roles and leadership opportunities for women in family businesses. However, there are numerous stereotypes, unconscious gender biases, and even family traditions that can present challenges for women stepping into these positions of leadership, particularly when taking the reins in a multicultural, multigenerational family business! This has been the experience for Filomena Malvone, the Owner and Manager of Jerry & Sal's Pizza Restaurant in Hanover, Pennsylvania, and the author of What Would You Do If…, a situational book to promote problem-solving skills among young children. Today, Lydia Di Liello sits down with Filomena to discuss some of these challenges and find out how she overcame them with determination, hard work, and finesse, emphasizing the importance of building meaningful relationships along the way. We also touch on the value of speaking multiple languages, fostering a company culture that feels like family, and surrounding yourself with encouraging supporters, plus so much more, so make sure not to miss today's show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
5/25 2-2 The Family Business

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 20:37


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Dad Devotionals: Advice for Christian Fathers, Husbands and Men of Faith
136 - God's Purpose For Your Family Business with Brandon and Catherine Wadas from 85th and Pine

Dad Devotionals: Advice for Christian Fathers, Husbands and Men of Faith

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 33:47


In this episode, Dave Domzalski talks with Brandon and Catherine Wadas from 85th and Pine. Learn how they allowed God to lead them in starting their family business and taking it full-time. FAMILY BUSINESS Bluehost: https://runthemoney.com/bluehost Growth Tools: https://go.growthtools.com/runthemoney Helpful Articles: https://RunTheMoney.com/familybusiness FOLLOW DAD DEVOTIONALS Web: https://www.DadDevotionals.com Support Us: https://daddevotionals.com/shop/ JOIN DEVOTED DADS Text Dave: 717-913-5671 Network: https://daddevotionals.com/devoteddads ABOUT 85TH & PINE Web: https://85thandpine.com Email: 85thandpine@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-domzalski/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/david-domzalski/support

Grit & Growth
A Conversation with Nigerian Businessman & Philanthropist, Tony Elumelu

Grit & Growth

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 27:21


The deadline to apply for our 2023 Seed Transformation Program is June 1st! To find out more, visit: stanfordseed.co/applyMeet Tony Elumelu, a Nigerian businessman, billionaire, investor, philanthropist, champion of African entrepreneurs, and steadfast believer in luck. Hear how and why he's committed to catalyzing entrepreneurship across the African continent.Ask almost any entrepreneur about their secret to success and more than likely they'll credit a combination of hard work and luck. Tony Elumelu is no exception. After an illustrious career running Africa's largest bank, United Bank of Africa, and currently serving as its chairman, Elumelu says he decided “to commit the second phase of my life to helping, to impact humanity, to helping democratize the luck that I had growing up to help expand access to opportunities.” And he has done just that, funding thousands of early stage startups and empowering over 15,000 entrepreneurs across 54 African countries to solve the continent's biggest problems.Elumelu says “I've come to appreciate the significance and importance of entrepreneurship in transforming families, in transforming communities, in transforming countries, societies, and humanity.” He strongly believes that the private sector has a role to play in developing the continent and making that transformation possible. Listen as Stanford student Chisom Obi-Okoye interviews Tony Elumelu about his career path, philosophy of African capitalism, and vision for the future of the continent.View From The Top is Stanford Graduate School of Business' premier speaker series. To hear more of their amazing line-up, subscribe to their podcast or visit their YouTube page.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Safe Space with Francesco Lombardo
Why Two sets of Governance are Important with Ben Persofsky

Safe Space with Francesco Lombardo

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 23:34


In this episode Benjamin Persofsky and Francesco discuss the importance of having two sets of governance to manage a business owning family.     Joining Brown Brothers Harriman in 2010, he is now the Executive Director of the BBH Center for Family Business, which counsels some of the largest business-owning families in the world on issues of strategy, governance, succession planning, transition and capital policies.   Ben shares his experience in working at the intersection of business and family and WHY communication is so critical to the success and health of both.     What Ben believes the future is for business owning families is the importance of multidisciplinary advising.    His advice for the senior generation, never too early to start getting the nxtgen involved. And for the nxtgen, enjoy the process. For one day you will be the senior generation. 

Hardly Initiated
EP 31: O'Neil Parker Talks Skipping College, Motivating Your Partner, Building Family & Business

Hardly Initiated

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 60:23


EP 31: O'Neil Parker Talks Skipping College, Motivating Your Partner, Building Family & Business. O'Neil Parker EP 31: O'Neil Parker Talks Skipping College, Motivating Your Partner, Building Family & Business. O'Neil Parker DONATE: CashApp- https://cash.app/international PayPal- https://bit.ly/3vABnPs RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Way of The Superior Man- https://amzn.to/3Om06iJ As A Man Thinketh- https://amzn.to/3JV4KRB Hard Times Create Strong Men- https://amzn.to/3Et0YgV FULL LIBRARY & SHOP: Library- https://amzn.to/3jPTsDu Amazon Shop- https://amzn.to/3jTOpSp REGISTER FOR MEN'S BOOTCAMP: Community- https://my.community.com/hardlyinitiated TEXT US!! (404) 991-6295 ----- TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@hardlyinitiated? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hardlyinitiated Twitter: https://twitter.com/hardlyinitiated Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hardlyiniti... #SkippingCollege #BuildingFamilyBusiness #FamilyandBusiness --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardly-initiated/support

BLACK ENTREPRENEUR BLUEPRINT
Black Entrepreneur Blueprint 410 - The Onyx Family - From Losing It All To Building A Multimillion Dollar Family Business

BLACK ENTREPRENEUR BLUEPRINT

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 78:19


Mirthell and Rita Onyx lost their home, car, and almost everything else during a turbulent period in their lives until they finally decided to bet on themselves. Join Jay as he talks with the founders of the multimillion-dollar brand and media company, Onyx Family, whose positive content shines a light on a positive Black family that educates, entertains, and empowers. In this episode, Mirthell and Rita discuss how they used the individual talents of each of their family members including their four children, to create a profitable ecosystem of YouTube shows, books, music, education, and cartoons to build over seven million social media followers, four billion views, and millions in annual income. Visit https://www.onyxfamily.com/   REGISTER FOR THE "PINPOINT & MONETIZE YOUR GENIUS" ONLINE COURSE AND GROUP COACHING FOR ONLY $97 (NORMALLY $249, SAVE $150).  DISCOUNT AVAILABLE TO THE FIRST 10 PEOPLE WHO USE THE COUPON CODE. Enroll now at https://blackentrepreneurblueprint.com/pinpoint-monetize-your-genius/ Use coupon code - genius97 (only 10 codes available)   GET YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL RESOURCES https://blackentrepreneurblueprint.com/   GET THE SHOW NOTES & BEB NEWSLETTER https://pages.rasa.io/signup/36276896-19cd-5b44-122b-a74c002ddf2b?utm_source=signup   TODAY'S EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY: "Podcaster Weekly" - The Newsletter For Serious Podcasters That Want To Build A 6-Figure Podcast https://podcasterweekly.com/

Asia Matters
The Philippines: A Family Business

Asia Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 39:35


At the end of June, the Philippines will formally inaugurate a new leadership – but it will feature two very familiar names. There will be a second ‘President Ferdinand Marcos'; and another Duterte – Sara, daughter of the current president – will become vice-president.The new President Marcos, generally known as Bongbong, is the son of the man who led the Philippines from the time he was elected in 1965 until he was deposed by a ‘people power' revolution in 1986. During the two decades in between, Marcos Senior amassed billions of dollars in private wealth, oversaw the killing and disappearance of thousands of political opponents, imposed martial law and created a debt-fuelled economic boom which ended in a major recession.Sara Duterte is the daughter of a man who has polarised the Philippines during the past six years, the current president, Rodrigo Duterte. His signature policy was a ‘war on drugs' which has caused the deaths of somewhere between six and thirty thousand people.Despite these chequered family backgrounds both Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte were elected with huge majorities in the elections on May 9th. Now the dust has settled, we're going to find out how they did it and what it means for the country.Our first guest is Ronald Holmes, president of Pulse Asia, one of the Philippines' leading public opinion research companies. He's also Professor of Politics at De La Salle University in Manila.Joining him is Maria Ela Atienza, Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of the Philippines. Our guest host for this episode is Bill Hayton, Associate Fellow with the Asia-Pacific Programme at the London-based think-tank, Chatham House. As ever, you can find out more about the episodes on our website. 

RUN Podcast
RUN #75: Das Family-Business zum Markenimperium gemacht – die Feser-Graf-Gruppe

RUN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 49:47


Einer der erfolgreichsten Unternehmer der Metropolregion, Uwe Feser von der Feser-Graf Gruppe, spricht im RUN Podcast mit uns über die die Zukunft des Automarkts, die Entwicklung des Unternehmens, seine Kinderstiftung und verrät, warum man sich als Unternehmer nicht immer alles zu Herzen nehmen sollte.

Safe Space with Francesco Lombardo
Spouses in Family Business with Lisa Daniels

Safe Space with Francesco Lombardo

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 25:03


In this episode Francesco talks with Lisa Daniel about the importance of inclusion of spouses in a Family business.  Lisa joined the Lodge family in 1994 when she married 5th generation family member Jay Daniel and is a very active volunteer with the Joseph Lodge Family Council. As Lisa shares, being a spouse who married into the family brings a fresh perspective without the influence of past emotional issues.  We also discuss the importance of allowing the NxtGen to be themselves and not be clones of the current generation.  Lisa talked about how their family council was developed and the role it plays within the family and business. Her advice for families, simple....be inclusive of all. 

The Opportunist
STEVEN BENSON Part 1 of 1: Family Business

The Opportunist

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 52:38


The quaint community of Naples, Florida is rocked by a deadly explosion that reveals the darkside of a picture perfect family. You can reach out to us at TheOpportunist@kastmedia.com Find the episode transcript here: tinyurl.com/opppodcast Thank you to our sponsors: Daily Harvest: Go to Dailyharvest.com/opp to get up to $40 off your first box!  Athena Club: Sign up today and you'll get 20% off your first order. Go to Athenaclub.com and use promo codeopportunist. BetterHelp: Opportunist listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/OPP June's Journey: Download June's Journey free today on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Dipsea: Dipsea is offering an extended 30 day free trial when you go to DipseaStories.com/OPP       See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Profit Tool Belt
Ep 144 - Chad Gill - From Mech engineer to Robotics to Concrete polishing - How I did it

Profit Tool Belt

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 75:00


In this episode of Profit Tool Belt, Dominic chats with Chad Gill about his change of career path and how t deal with running a family-owned business.

Family Business Today
Episode 55: How to Be a Leader in the Boardroom and the Living Room with Deena Chochinov

Family Business Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022


Our guest today is Deena Chochinov. Over the last 30 years, Deena has worked as a therapist, management consultant and family enterprise advisor with people and organizations seeking meaningful change. Her rare skill set enables her to strengthen family businesses on a strategic level, while ensuring that healthy interpersonal dynamics support a firm's continuity and prosperity. As a family facilitator, Deena works with multi-generational families who seek the tools and techniques to make smart decisions, manage conflict effectively and develop strong, lasting relationships. She is based in Vancouver, Canada.In this episode of Family Business Today, Deena will share:How her parents' family business and her experience as a therapist and management consultant led her to family business enterprise consultingHow difficult it is to move family businesses forward without proactivity, planning, and awareness How family business members need to know “what hat they're wearing when” as they manage their home and business balance How to have success in the family business and harmony at home while being the same personA story of three retirement-reluctant brothers who successfully transitioned their family business after forty years as ownersAnd more…You can find Deena Chochinov's book, HomeWork, at Amazon.com, and to learn more about Deena and her business, visit https://www.deenachochinov.com/. At the Tennessee Center for Family Business our passion is to help business owners create a positive environment in which their family THRIVES, their business performs and working together create a lasting family legacy. To learn more about the Tennessee Center for Family Business visit www.tncfb.com.If you are considering a transition in your family business contact us today for a FREE Transition Assessment (follow link) and receive a one-on-one review of your business transition preparedness with a family business consultant. (a $299 value)Until next time, There's No Business Like Family Business…..We Know!

Institutional Real Estate, Inc. Podcast
Episode 934: The power of the U.S. family-business sector, and the threats to its future prosperity

Institutional Real Estate, Inc. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 35:22


Patricia Soldano, president of Family Enterprise USA, joins the program to discuss her organization's mission to promote the growth of family businesses in the United States. While outlining the power and pervasiveness of family-owned business on both Main Street and Wall Street, she also highlights the threats to the sector posed by misperceptions among the general public, the White House, and members of Congress. (05/2022) 

Conscious Millionaire Show
2381: Steve Cook: The Heart & Soul of Family Business

Conscious Millionaire Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 33:37


Welcome to the Conscious Millionaire Show for entrepreneurs,  who want to create an abundant future for themselves and humanity. Heard by millions in 190 countries.  Do you want to put more money in the bank, create a powerful impact, and enjoy a purposeful life? This is the podcast for you! Join host, JV Crum III, as he goes inside the minds of Millionaire Entrepreneurs and World-Class Business Experts. Today's featured episode... Steve Cook: The Heart & Soul of Family Business Steve Cook has taken a third generation family business from $1million revenue to $10 million. With the experience of that business, he now hosts a podcast (The Better Business Podcast with Steve Cook) where he gives advice to family owned retail businesses. Like this Podcast? Get every episode delivered to you free!  Subscribe in iTunes Download Your Free Money-Making Gift Now... "Born to Make Millions" Hypnotic Audio - Click Here Now! Please help spread the word. Subscribing and leaving a review helps others find our podcast. Thanks so much! Inc Magazine "Top 13 Business Podcasts." Conscious Millionaire Network has over 3,000 episodes and millions of listeners in 190 countries. Join us as a regular listener to get money-making secrets on how you can grow your business and profits faster!

Conscious Millionaire  J V Crum III ~ Business Coaching Now 6 Days a Week
2381: Steve Cook: The Heart & Soul of Family Business

Conscious Millionaire J V Crum III ~ Business Coaching Now 6 Days a Week

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 33:37


Welcome to the Conscious Millionaire Show for entrepreneurs,  who want to create an abundant future for themselves and humanity. Heard by millions in 190 countries.  Do you want to put more money in the bank, create a powerful impact, and enjoy a purposeful life? This is the podcast for you! Join host, JV Crum III, as he goes inside the minds of Millionaire Entrepreneurs and World-Class Business Experts. Today's featured episode... Steve Cook: The Heart & Soul of Family Business Steve Cook has taken a third generation family business from $1million revenue to $10 million. With the experience of that business, he now hosts a podcast (The Better Business Podcast with Steve Cook) where he gives advice to family owned retail businesses. Like this Podcast? Get every episode delivered to you free!  Subscribe in iTunes Download Your Free Money-Making Gift Now... "Born to Make Millions" Hypnotic Audio - Click Here Now! Please help spread the word. Subscribing and leaving a review helps others find our podcast. Thanks so much! Inc Magazine "Top 13 Business Podcasts." Conscious Millionaire Network has over 3,000 episodes and millions of listeners in 190 countries. Join us as a regular listener to get money-making secrets on how you can grow your business and profits faster!

That One Movie Podcast (TOMP)
(Listener Request) The Boss Baby 2: Family Business

That One Movie Podcast (TOMP)

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 69:40


Check out our non-spoiler and spoiler reviews of the listener request, Boss Baby 2: The Family Business. Beforehand, we rate the news from this week in the world of entertainment, including new trailers for Cha Cha Real Smooth and Netflix's Resident evil; This is Spinal Tap is getting a sequel; critiquing the Gotham Knights gameplay preview; and more! Enjoy! TIMECODES... The Toms: Entertainment News (1:26) Non-Spoiler Review of The Boss Baby 2: Family Business (28:39) Spoiler Review of The Boss Baby 2: Family Business (42:10) What Are Ya Doin'? (55:50) SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS... Email: tomppodcast@gmail.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU2jjOm3gwTu2TVDzH_CJlw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/That-One-Movie-Podcast-535231563653560/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TOMPPodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tomppodcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomp/support

Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast
We Manifest Our Own Reality | Jan Receski, Owner of OnPar Now

Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 36:32


After a successful 30-year career at prominent local company, Jan Receski was ready for a new challenge, not an early retirement. As she was contemplating her next move, inspiration struck following a poor golf club fitting experience. Selecting and trying out new equipment should be a fun and exciting time for any golfer, yet Jan left feeling underserved, misunderstood, and slightly offended. She quickly realized that the local market was lacking in golf establishments that catered to the needs of an increasing base of female players and enthusiasts.At the height of the pandemic in early 2021, Jan opened OnPar Now, an inclusive and welcoming indoor golf facility that is especially sensitive to the growing numbers of women players. In this episode, Jan talks about how she cashed out her 401(k) and literally put it all on the line to make her dream a reality. She discusses how she navigated a new world of entrepreneurship by fully immersing herself in every aspect of the development of her business. With each meeting and decision made, she grew more confident throughout the process. And today, she continues to live up to her mantra that “failure is not an option.”If you have any questions or if you'd like to chat, you can reach me at my contact info below. The purpose of this podcast is to share ideas, inspire action, and build a stronger small business community here in Pittsburgh. So please say hello, tell me what you think, and let me know how I'm doing. It means a ton!YOU CAN REACH ME AT:Website: https://www.proprietorsofpittsburgh.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darinvilanoPhone: 412-336-8247YOU CAN REACH JAN RECESKI AT:Website: https://onparnow.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/onparnowFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/OnParNowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/onpar-now

The Inertia Podcast
Gabby Reece Talks Family, Business, and Laird Hamilton's Big-Wave Controversies

The Inertia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 64:28


Gabby Reece is a powerhouse. She's a shrewd business person, running the latest family entrepreneurial endeavor, Laird Superfood. She finds time to produce her own podcast where she goes deep to try and uncover new truths about life for her listeners. She also works as her famous surfing husband's manager. Most important to her, though, is being a mother. What I'm always impressed about with Gabby, though, is her never-ending search to improve her life and the lives of those around her. She's always looking for better ways to live and be healthy, and treat others. Our talk was wide-ranging: we discussed family, business, working to improve your health, fear. All this before we discussed Laird Hamilton and some of his famous controversies, namely, when Maya Gabeira nearly died at Nazare and Laird's comments after. Laird has spoken on this extensively with mainstream news outlets, much to the chagrin of some surfers. But his intentions were always good, says Gabby. We covered a lot of ground in 60 minutes. And it was worth every second.

On The Pass
52. Gero Fasano: Taking A Family Business Global

On The Pass

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 52:40


It all started in 1902 when Vittorio Fasano, an Italian from Milan arrived in São Paulo, Brazil with a dream to open a restaurant. Since then, the Fasano family — the biggest name in Brazilian hospitality for over a century — has built a legendary portfolio that expands over 26 restaurants and 9 hotels across South America and more recently North America. This episode's conversation takes place in person at Fasano Restaurant in New York, the newest addition to the group's roster, with Gero Fasano, the great grandson of Vittorio and the present-day face behind Fasano Group. Having created culturally relevant scenes that epitomize classic, cool, and timeless since buying the family business back at 19 years old, Gero recalls the impact Fasano had in permeating elevated hospitality throughout South America. He also shares what's next for the brand as it plans to bring its distinct personal approach of luxury to major cities around the world.   For more information on Fasano: https://www.fasano.com.br     Follow Fasano Group on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fasano/     Follow Gero on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gerofasano/?hl=en     For more info on The Art of Plating: https://bit.ly/3kEvQ6r     Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/2TrNfEg     Follow The Art of Plating:  https://bit.ly/3isPJLa     Follow On The Pass: https://bit.ly/3BpHckD     Follow our Host, Gabriel Ornelas: https://bit.ly/3hTpONC     Ask about our creative agency, FARE: https://madebyfare.com

One Block Shop Podcast
Starting a Business with your Family and Friends pt. 2 | Profit First

One Block Shop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 42:38


This part 2 of the series how to operate a business with your friends and family! We go over the wisdom gained from the book Profit First by Mike Michalowicz, and exactly how it can save your current business and partnerships!  A MUST BUY BOOK FOR BUSINESS OWNERS! Thanks for the support as always and join in on the podcast Live on IG @oneblockshop

Outdoor Journal Radio: The Podcast
Episode 14: The Family Business w/ Roland and Scott Martin

Outdoor Journal Radio: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 90:14


This week on Outdoor Journal Radio, Ang and Pete are joined by one of the best father/son duos in all of sports - Roland and Scott Martin!First, however, the boys do a bit of housekeeping. Topics discussed include: Guys and gals; Young Tiger; Needing the road; Outboards motors; Cold eggs; Making amends with Quebec; and Jumping worms.With that out of the way, the boys head to the phones and catch up with Roland and Scott! Topics discussed include: Roland “Iron Man” Martin; Nova Scotia Tuna; Growing up as Scott Martin; Buying a car with shiner money; Scott's first year as a bass pro; Getting out of Dad's spotlight; Sharing spots; Being different by design; The evolution of tournament bass fishing; The travel schedule of a professional angler; Finding Roland a sugar daddy; Roland returning to fish with Scott; Family competition; The third generation of Martins; Women breaking into the elite series; The Canadian invasion of bass fishing; Catching 76 sailfish in one day; Going too north for bass; and much more!To never miss an episode of Outdoor Journal Radio, be sure to like, subscribe, and leave a review on your favourite podcast app!More from Angelo and Pete:► WEBSITE► FACEBOOK► INSTAGRAM► YOUTUBEMore from Roland Martin:► WEBSITE► FACEBOOK► INSTAGRAM► YOUTUBEMore from Scott Martin:► WEBSITE► FACEBOOK► INSTAGRAM► YOUTUBE

The CJN Daily
Sharon, without Lois or Bram, transforms her classic career into a family business

The CJN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022


You've probably heard "Skinnamarink", the classic children's song by Sharon, Lois & Bram. But you probably haven't heard it on TikTok, where Sharon Hampson, now 79, is putting out quick snippets of classics and new material with her newfound family band. She's recruited her daughter, Randi, and grandsons Elijah and Ethan Ullmann, both full-time students at the University of Toronto. Although they grew up in a musical dynasty, it took an international lockdown for them to agree to help their Bubbe's resurgent Zoom-based career. Now, they're set to mount their first live indoor show since the pandemic began, at the Regent Theatre in Oshawa, Ont., on May 15. And despite Sharon's worry that her voice isn't as strong as it used to be, her relatives say she's still got it. All four join to explain how they're trying to make music that stays relevant for a generation raised on the Frozen soundtrack and "Baby Shark". What we talked about: Learn about the performance and others at sharonloisandbram.com/events Learn about the Brott Music Festival at brottmusic.com Listen to "Talk About Peace" Credits The CJN Daily is written and hosted by Ellin Bessner (@ebessner on Twitter). Victoria Redden is the producer. Michael Fraiman is the executive producer. Our theme music is by Dov Beck-Levine. Our title sponsor is Metropia. We're a member of The CJN Podcast Network. To learn how to support the show by subscribing to this podcast, please watch this video.

Broker-to-Broker
Ethics & Education: For Homeowners AND Mortgage Brokers (With Andy Treno) – Episode 115

Broker-to-Broker

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 35:49


Being an Independent Mortgage Broker is in Andy Treno's blood. With his dad opening the first broker shop in Minnesota in 1987, loans and title companies were a part of nightly dinner table conversations, and making spreadsheets and stuffing envelopes was Andy's summer job. After going to school to become a financial advisor, Andy got a job at a bank but quickly realized that mortgages are what he loved, and a bank was not the place to best put together home loans.  Andy, as a Mortgage Banker, was ranked top 10 in the state for selling home loans, but he got called into a manager's office for not cross-selling enough checking accounts. A homeowner's dream home and an entire family's generational wealth should not be treated with the same respect given to food that's about to expire at a chain restaurant. Andy understands that mortgages are not something you just sell. You don't tell the client what they need. You listen to them, learn their wants and needs, analyze their financial situation and look over their 1003s. You sit families down face-to-face and have conversations about their life goals and then take the time and effort to explore multiple different loan products from multiple different lenders to find the option that works best for each individual family. It is for this exact reason that Andy has made it his life's mission to educate and advise homeowners everywhere. Andy knows it's their money and their decision, he just wants to help them make the best possible choice for their family's future.  One of the biggest things that make brokers better are options, and Andy makes sure to take advantage of all the options at his disposal. Whether it's using multiple Brokers Are Better Network partners like leadPops, LendingPad, Homebot, and Pre-Approve Me, or becoming an expert in everything from first-time homebuyer FHA to reverse mortgages (with a specialty in VA as a member of VettedVA), Andy is always looking for new ways to help more people. And it's up to each and every individual independent mortgage broker to make sure they're helping as many homeowners as possible by taking advantage of everything at their disposal. As a member of AIME's ethics committee,  Andy stresses the importance of taking the time to not just educate your borrowers, but educate yourself. You are the expert, clients are going to look to you for answers. As rates rise, don't slack off or cut back. Take advantage of the extra time and reinvest in yourself and your business.  NOTES: (1:50) Family Business(4:51) Company Culture & Growth(12:00) Tech Stack & Lender List (19:00) Financial Literacy & Ethics (30:52) Parting Advice  This Episode Is Sponsored By leadPops

One Block Shop Podcast
Starting a Business With Your Family & Friends pt. 1

One Block Shop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 23:12


This is a series that's been on my spirit for a long time! I've been wanting to cover this topic and I've finally gotten around to doing it. How to start a successful business with your friends and family, the short answer is don't do it! Well don't do it until you've listened to this series! We record this podcast Live at 6AM EST on Instagram! Come Join the conversation! https://www.instagram.com/oneblockshop/

Crain's Conversations
The Build Up with David and Jared Friedman

Crain's Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 27:56


We are joined by the family behind Friedman Real Estate. Headquartered in Farmington Hills, the firm handles brokerage, property management, construction and design services in metro Detroit and around the country. It's all led by patriarch David Friedman – the co-founder, president, and CEO – whose company's portfolio includes more than 15 million square feet of commercial space and more than 13,000 multi-family units. We're also joined by his sons Jared, the senior managing director, and Jordan, a managing director. Together they are responsible for properties like the Galleria Officentre complex in Southfield, Oakland Technology Park in Auburn Hills, North Troy Corporate Park and the Arboretum Office Park in Farmington Hills among others.

Grit & Growth
Masterclass on Effective Corporate Governance

Grit & Growth

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 35:20


Welcome to Grit & Growth's masterclass on corporate governance, featuring Alexey Volynets of International Finance Corporation. From what structures make sense to employ, and when in the life cycle of your business you should use them, Volynets provides advice and insights on how corporate governance can be a powerful tool for your business.While many entrepreneurs fear corporate governance because they believe it means more legal constraints and less control, Volynets wants to change the way founders of small to medium-size enterprises think about governance. He has been researching and teaching companies about the ins and outs of corporate governance for years and understands why it's so challenging. “It's really hard to let go. It's hard to delegate. It's hard to allow people from outside the company to make huge strategic decisions on what it should do,” he acknowledges. But Volynets believes there comes a time in every company's journey when leaders have to delegate and formalize systems and structures to support growth.Top Six Masterclass Takeaways Corporate governance goes beyond boards. Volynets defines it quite simply: it's about how companies are directed and controlled. And second, it's when companies have created structured policies that “mean you can take a vacation for three weeks and not be afraid your business will fall apart while you're away.”The stage of your business makes a difference. You don't have to have all your corporate governance structures done on day one. What makes sense for a mature, expanding business is far different than an early stage startup.Don't be afraid to ask for external advice. And the earlier you start thinking about it, the better. It can be formal or informal, but relying on others with expertise you don't have in-house is essential.Build a good management team, too. A good board of directors needs to have a partner in the company beyond the CEO. And realistically, in the early days when resources are strapped, your management team can perform many of the functions you'll later assign to a board. Don't wait to create an organizational chart. While you're focusing on growth, adding people and units, you need to start formalizing your organization's key functions, and what those key functions actually do. And it might just come in handy for succession if one of your key people suddenly leaves. Ease into corporate governance with an advisory board. It can be a great stepping-stone as you formalize governance structures.Listen to Volynets' insights, advice, timing, and strategies for how you can ease into and ultimately formalize and manage a board when the time is right.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

First Business Bank Podcast
Protecting the Future of Your Family Business

First Business Bank Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 20:13


Experts estimate that family-owned businesses worldwide contribute more than half of gross domestic product and two-thirds of employment. Family-owned businesses also are among the most trusted type of business in America, yet most lack a formal business succession plan that can help keep the peace and ensure continued vitality of the family business for generations to come. Still, only about 30% of family businesses make it to a second generation and 13% last to a third. This episode of the First Business Bank Podcast includes recommendations to strengthen the future of your family-owned business.

Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast
Get Out of Your Own Way | James Mauler, Founder of Cadnetics

Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 36:25


James Mauler was still early in his career when he decided to leave college and take a more hands-on approach with his education. Instead of completing a five-year degree in architecture, Jim realized that he could achieve his professional and financial goals by putting his drafting skills to work on the job. As an example, when computer-aided design (CAD) software was still in its infancy, he was the first person in his firm to volunteer to learn how to use it. This made him a go-to resource in the company, and it gave him the confidence he needed to know that he was on the right track.In the early 1990s, Jim was terminated from the company that he was working for at the time. He describes this as a blessing in disguise because it gave him a compelling reason to start his own company the very next day. Jim has been at the helm of Cadnetics for nearly 30 years, and his business has undergone tremendous growth and transformation during that time. The firm, which is headquartered in Pittsburgh, also has a presence in four other major markets throughout the country. Jim is currently realizing his vision of expanding to 10 cities in 10 years, and you can tell from our conversation that he is having a lot of fun in the process.If you have any questions or if you'd like to chat, you can reach me at my contact info below. The purpose of this podcast is to share ideas, inspire action, and build a stronger small business community here in Pittsburgh. So please say hello, tell me what you think, and let me know how I'm doing. It means a ton!YOU CAN REACH ME AT:Website: https://www.proprietorsofpittsburgh.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darinvilanoPhone: 412-336-8247YOU CAN REACH JAMES MAULER AT:Website: https://www.cadnetics.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cadnetics-incFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/cadnetics

Latinas: From The Block To The Boardroom
S3 Ep34: 25 years as a Latino Owned IT Services Family Business, Principal Michelle Londoño shares how "Supporting the small business community is an extension of our family values."

Latinas: From The Block To The Boardroom

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 34:14


Latinas From The Block To The Boardroom podcast is very excited to share this Small Business Week 2022 collaboration podcast, with Proactive Network Consulting. As a Latina from New York City, Michelle Londoño, wife, mother of 3 children and principal of Proactive Network Consulting services of San Francisco, shares with us how her entrepreneurial journey started by her grandmother immigrating from Colombia. She tell us the unexpected journey of transferring her nursing skills that she acquired through USF, here in the Bay Area, into a skill set to help her husband, Lawrence Flores, start and keep an IT services company growing for the next 25 years. How she managed to support her family and business clients through some of the most disruptive times, and for any small business, relied on the family values that she grew up with through her grandmother, her strong partnership with her husband and her nursing education. As we discussed in this podcast with Michelle, and in previous podcasts with Latinas who are building and or working in technology companies, the skill level for technology knowledge is absolutely a new requirement in any job market or small business. Today, many small businesses struggle to keep up their knowledge of new technology applications or platforms that can help support their small business and it can be overwhelming. This is where a small IT services firm, such as Proactive Network Consulting can help and they offer technology assessment services. As we are in the month of May for Small Business Week, it's also graduation time. Now is a great time for any college grad to look into a small business IT services firm as an entry way to start a new profession. Muchas Gracias to Robert Lopez for Audio Engineering and 5-E Leadership & Marketing for Small Business Week Collaboration. Sign up for our newsletter at Latinasb2b.com and follow us on LinkedIn and IG *(Correction from the podcast) The IT services industry is expected to grow up to 354 billion dollars in revenue by 2026, due to all the new businesses that are starting out of the pandemic, adoption of cloud technology solutions and the need for data security.

GentleMan Style Podcast-God, Family, Finance, Self
Pastor Timothy First Lady Jackie Flemming share How to juggle Family Business and Ministry

GentleMan Style Podcast-God, Family, Finance, Self

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 43:24


This dynamic couple Pastor Timothy Flemming Jr & First Lady Jackie Flemming Share how they are able to manage God, Family and their finances (Business endeavors) all while keeping God at the center of their lives. Are you struggling to find the right balance? Come join us for this special episode, Keys to Balancing Business, Family and Ministry the Flemmings Explain Maintaining a balanced life can be a constant struggle. Even for Co-pastors Timothy and Jackie Flemming. Church leaders often feel the tension of loving the church, desiring to serve faithfully, and balancing their responsibilities with family and friends. However, sometimes we need to take time to rest and ask God what we should be doing to keep balance. For those of us who feel stuck, seeking wise counsel from a pastor or professional can really help. Who is Timothy and Jackie Flemming? Timothy (Jr.) and Jackie Flemming have been married for over 14 years. Co-Pastoring one of the largest churches in the Metro-Atlanta, the Duo both have thriving businesses, 3 children, and 2 churches in which they co-pastor. Tune in as you won't want to miss this exclusive Interview! Ready to seek balance? Let us know if you're doing it

Dad Devotionals: Advice for Christian Fathers, Husbands and Men of Faith
127 - Starting and Growing A Family Business with Daniel Felt from Kura Home

Dad Devotionals: Advice for Christian Fathers, Husbands and Men of Faith

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 29:54


In this episode, Dave Domzalski talks about starting and growing a family business with Daniel Felt, Founder and CEO of Kura Home. Daniel shares some interesting insights into growing up in a family business and how his Christian faith impacts his work. MORE ON DANIEL FELT Kura Home: https://kurahome.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-felt-43272947/ BUSINESS COACHING Text "COACH JOE" + Your Best Email Address to 717-913-5671 FAMILY BUSINESS Helpful Articles: https://RunTheMoney.com/familybusiness Heroic Leadership Course: https://daddevotionals.com/leader FOLLOW DAD DEVOTIONALS Web: https://www.DadDevotionals.com Shop: https://daddevotionals.com/shop/ JOIN DEVOTED DADS Text Dave: 717-913-5671 Network: https://daddevotionals.com/devoteddads --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-domzalski/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/david-domzalski/support

Grateful Living
Should I join my family business?

Grateful Living

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 27:21


Many people who grow up in a family business environment atmosphere face the question: “Should I join my family business?” In this vlog, as someone whose worked in his family business for 5 years, I give my 8 pieces of advice for things to reflect on as you try to decide where to join or not. --- Grateful Living Info: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Bo0LHtRJJNJBUYIceg27w Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Hn4ttttmbWfVqAhWh4Jhi Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1503185956 My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aroy81547/?hl=en Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gratefulliving4 Medium: https://gratefulliving4.medium.com/

The Only Colors: for Michigan State Spartans fans
The Only Podcast (5-3-22) — Family Business

The Only Colors: for Michigan State Spartans fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 68:47


On this week's episode, Austin (@ACSmith06) and John (@John_Kirby) talk... (0-50) FOOTBALL: Four Spartans drafted and many more sign UDFA deals. What does this show about the Tucker Regime? Also, Georgia had 15 players drafted lol COMMERCIAL (52-FIN) HOOPS: Hauser BACK, Marble GONE. What now? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Line
Jeff Byrd and Lauren Byrd - Two Birds Taphouse

The Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 61:17


On today's episode I welcome Jeff Byrd and his daughter-in-law Lauren to discuss their restaurant Two Birds Taphouse in Marietta Georgia. The restaurant is truly a family labor of love. Jeff, his wife, his son and Lauren joined forces to open Two Birds in 2016.  Jeff was a recently retired attorney and had no previous experience in restaurants or hospitality and from the start took on the massive role of being the day to day operator on site, a job which he continues to this day. Lauren, who now lives in Brooklyn, had extensive hospitality experience coming into the project but had never opened her own restaurant. She is now the Director of Customer Success at BentoBox where she spends all day dealing with helping other people promote their own restaurants. On today's episode we discuss the pros and cons of working with your family, what it's like to own a restaurant when you have never worked in one before and what it's like to own a restaurant from afar.  We also talk about COVID and how it affected Two Birds and its staff, and the decisions they made that helped the restaurant make it through.  Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Line by becoming a member!theLINE is Powered by Simplecast.

RISK!
Family Business

RISK!

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 57:32


Maureen O'Malley Kirschner (with her sister-in-law Elizabeth) and Autumn Smith share stories about an early lockdown surprise and a difficult open secret. Support RISK! on Patreon at Patreon.com/RISKMake a one-time donation to RISK! at PayPal.me/RISKshowGet tickets to RISK! live shows at RISK-show.com/tourGet the RISK! book at TheRISKBook.comTake our storytelling classes at TheStoryStudio.orgHire Kevin Allison to make a personalized video at Cameo.com/TheKevinAllisonHire Kevin Allison as a coach at KevinAllison.com

Texas Business Minds
San Antonio: Small Business Spotlight on the Success of Alamo Music Center

Texas Business Minds

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 20:41


It's the American Dream personified: As a young man, Alfredo Flores, Sr. moved to America and gained employment as a piano tuner. When the Great Depression hit home, he went from repossessing piano's to selling them. Almost 93 years later, Adriana Flores continues the family business legacy, successfully guiding Alamo Music Center through the pandemic, something that would've made her grandfather proud. In this episode, SABJ Managing Editor Ed Arnold welcomes Adriana to share the family's success story.

Dad Devotionals: Advice for Christian Fathers, Husbands and Men of Faith

In this episode, Dave Domzalski talks about the importance of family business, entrepreneurship for kids, and homeschool as part of Family Business Week. Text "STORY" and your best email address to 717-913-5671 to send Dave your family business and/or homeschooling stories. BUSINESS COACHING Text "COACH JOE" + Your Best Email Address to 717-913-5671 FAMILY BUSINESS Helpful Articles: https://RunTheMoney.com/familybusiness Heroic Leadership Course: https://daddevotionals.com/leader FOLLOW DAD DEVOTIONALS Web: https://www.DadDevotionals.com Shop: https://daddevotionals.com/shop/ JOIN DEVOTED DADS Text Dave: 717-913-5671 Network: https://daddevotionals.com/devoteddads --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-domzalski/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/david-domzalski/support

Lets Have This Conversation
Morning Upgrade with: Ryan Cote

Lets Have This Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 21:32


www.cinchhomeservices.com/ reports 88% of people always or often have a morning routine. Among them, highly productive people (92%) were more likely to do so. Forty-three percent of Americans said they view drinking coffee as the most crucial part of their morning routine, followed by exercising (32%) and taking a shower (26%). Among people preparing for their morning routines the night before (44%), more than 2 in 5 report low levels of stress. Ryan Cote is the owner of Morning Upgrade, a business dedicated to increasing the awareness of personal development through a blog, podcast, book, and morning routine cards. He is also co-owner in his family's marketing agency and a real estate investor. Ryan lives in New Jersey with his wife and 3 daughters. He joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://morningupgrade.com/ Visit: https://www.ballantine.com/ Instagram: @morningupgrade Twitter: @MorningUpgrade LinkedIn: @RyanCote Personal Development, Morning Routine, Self-Improvement, Entrepreneurship, Personal Growth, Growth Mindset, Meditation, Digital Marketing, Family Business, Search Engine Optimization, Kevin McShan, Lets Have This Conversation

Mark Narrations - The Wafflecast Reddit Stories
My Dad Handed The Family Business To My Brother After I Did All The Work r/Relationships

Mark Narrations - The Wafflecast Reddit Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 18:43


Relationship Reddit Stories, OP has worked for his family business for over a decade and now the Dad has passed the whole business on to his Brother who hasn't done as much. So OP looks to open his own business and Dad is not happy.Want to become a member? Sign up here:https://www.patreon.com/MarkNarrations0:00 Intro0:18 Story 12:25 Story 1 Comments3:41 Story 1 UPDATE4:14 Story 1 UPDATE 26:17 Story 1 UPDATE 38:24 Story 1 UPDATE 49:54 Story 211:20 Story 2 Comments14:41 Story 2 Edit15:01 Story 2 Update#redditupdate #redditfamily #redditrelationships See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/mark-narrations-the-wafflecast-reddit-stories.

The Leadership Stack Podcast
Ep 393: Compensating Family Members at a Family Business

The Leadership Stack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 12:56


Sean: What kind of leadership style have you adopted that you found to be most useful for your company, for your team? Ven: That's a great question because I did not adopt it. It was always been who I was. So that's the thing. I found the best parts of myself and offered that. I think you - Sean and I are familiar with strengths, and strengths development. So I lead with futuristic. So I also lead with ideation, strategy, competition, and relator. So that unique combination of strengths is who I am. I had to use the best of me for the company. So if I had a different set of strengths, I would be a different kind of leadership style. So I had to look at and own who I was and be able to use that. Ven: So for me, I'm futuristic, so I love thinking about the future, I love planning, I love telling others about what I see and giving them a lot of excitement about what we're going to do. Let's look at the technologies, all the cool things, all the gadgets. Let's get into the cloud and the automation and all of that, everything. And because that's who I am, and if I try to be like, let's say I wanted to be just like my dad or just like my mom. I would do a very poor job of that because I don't have those strengths. I had to be the best version of myself. Ven: That's probably that kind of thing - I didn't really adopt it. It's who I am. And that's what SCPA, our company, got. So if they got a different president, they would get that person's best as well. I'm not going to force that guy to be like me. In the same way, I will never force my kids or my nephews and nieces to be somebody who they're not, but offer the best of yourself and understand yourself. So that's one of the hardest things right, then really in a company, actually, we have everybody take that strengths finder test so that everybody knows what they're good at and how they could offer that to everybody. And even though they're not yet in a leadership position. Ven: And, you know, there are times, you know, the imposter syndrome strikes. I wish I was like my dad. He was like this. He was like, I wish I was like my mom. She was like this. She was like that. But in the end, I have to be satisfied with the strengths I have and they're pretty awesome as well. And what's funny is that when you talk to the others and they're going to say,' Oh, I envy you have that, I envy you.' And then we just stay in the company and let's work together, right? So that's the best thing because you have things I really need, you know.' So my sister and I, she has an activator. I just love working with her because anything that I want to happen, she just likes, just gets it done. Perfect for futuristic. So yeah. So you have to adapt it. I would say that in our company we adopt the strengths that you have. We offer that up as your best. Sean: Yeah. For those of you tuning in and who're not familiar with Strengths Finder, just look it up online. Gallup Strengths Finder 2.0. Very powerful stuff. And as SEO-Hacker, we also use that. So all of our regular team members, unlock their top five strengths and we use that to see who they are, profile them and see if they're at the right seat on the bus in our company and how we can utilize their strengths as well. So very good stuff. And we all have strengths. These are things that we love doing, we look forward to doing and we are really good at and we focus on using our strengths in our lives, not just at work but in our family, how we lead our kids or how we deal with our parents or siblings. I think that overall we will have a better quality of life and better temperament as well. - - - Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/leadershipstack Join our community and ask questions here: from.sean.si/discord Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadershipstack

The Leadership Stack Podcast
Ep 392: Skills You Need in Running a Family Business

The Leadership Stack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 15:08


Sean: The first question, straight to the point - would be about family business. What skills did you find to be the most useful in managing a family business? Ven: I didn't expect that question because that's a lot of reflection. The thing about family business, they haven't been really writing any books about it, right? They tell you how to be a good employee. And I remember actually there's this really great article like ten skills you need at your job that have nothing to do with your work. So I was thinking just now like, what are the ten skills that entrepreneurs should have that have nothing to do with business, right? 00:01:28 Ven: So I would always think the first thing I would probably say when it comes to family business, in particular, is your ability to manage your relationship. So you have to know your parents, you have to know your siblings and your children in the future. So I had the benefit of having a good example for my parents Ven: So one of the conclusions my sister and I had when it comes to succession planning, in fact, it's actually succession planning is actually good parenting. One of the things I think that's essential if you're running a family business, it's different if you're just running with business partners is that that relationship management is really key and you need to really do a lot of 'give and take listening' also knowing the times that you're going to be able to say your ideas. So I had a good mentor in my father. He made it easier. It's not easy, but he made it easier. But for me, I had to learn how to pick my spots. Know my place. Leave the ego out the door. I think that's super important. That's going to destroy your business experience or entrepreneurial experience if you let that really affect it. So that's the first skill, I would probably say if you're really managing a family business. Ven: The second skill I wouldn't say is necessarily just in family business alone, it's really having a clear plan - clear vision. That is something that's harder for the second-gen. I'm a second-gen because the initial vision was from my parents, so I had to come up with my own view of the future and own that because you're always going to feel like I'm just following them, you know? And right now I have the right titles already - I'm president and CEO, so I need to really have that plan in place. I really need to have a view of where we want to go. So those two things are probably in a relationship and the vision is probably very important. Ven: Going back to the idea about second-gen, I think when I met you I introduced myself as a Gen 1.5 owner, not so much as a second-gen, because the true experience of me owning the business, so to speak, was really about identifying myself as a founder as well. Especially for me, because I kind of started with the business almost immediately. So I joined in the fifth year of the business. So right after college, I jumped in. I was still part of the growth journey. I saw my parents work hard. I saw them by example, you know, lead the company. And then when they turned over the reins to me as president and just last year as CEO, I really had to have a good plan already. Ven: And it wasn't an excuse anymore that, 'oh, you know, your parents are leading the way.' I became president relatively early on. I mean, it's about my 10th year already. So I've had to develop that vision. And then that's where your siblings will also follow you if they know you are heading them somewhere. You know, it's not something you take for granted. So those are the things I think are important. Ep 392: Skills You Need in Running a Family Business

Go With John
Episode 48: Chris, Brian and Christopher Gepford: Pro Mow Inc and Superior Sprinkler Systems ”A Family Business!”

Go With John

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 65:24


John welcomes Chris, Brian, and Christopher Gepford to the Go With John Show! Learn how Pro Mow started as a one-man operation that has flourished into the successful lawn care company it is today! Chris shares his success story with two of his partners by his side, his sons, Brian and Christopher. While the three have different interests outside of work, they share one very common goal: to ensure the future of their companies and the ultimate satisfaction of their clients.  Tune in for this awesome story about a family and the businesses they continue to build together!  

Grit & Growth
Brain Trust: Making a Great Advisory Board

Grit & Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 38:22


Is it time to consider an advisory board? And if so, why? What skills do you need? And how do you find the right people who are willing to help? Aashish Agarwaal, founder and chairman of the Enerji Group, and Alexey Volynets of the International Finance Corporation share entrepreneurial perspectives and corporate governance advice to help you figure out what's right for your company.Rare is the entrepreneur who is an expert at everything. Turning to others outside your company for advice can be essential for success. Formalizing that process with an advisory board is helping Aashish Agarwaal strategically transform Enerji Group, the digital publishing enterprise he founded in India. But it took awhile to figure out exactly what he needed, who could help, and how to run the board effectively.Alexey Volynets understands what Agarwaal had to go through to create the ideal advisory board. As an expert in corporate governance at the International Finance Corporation, he has been teaching companies about corporate governance for years.The most common manifestation of corporate governance is a board — fiduciary or advisory. Whereas fiduciary boards have financial liabilities, advisory boards are simply there to provide expertise that you may be lacking. “As you are growing, and when you are on the top of the world, it's important to have a check,” Volynets explains. “External advisors, especially very independent voices will ask you the right questions and will challenge your assumptions.”Agarwaal figured out who he needed by first identifying the skill gaps in his company and what strategic initiatives he needed help with and how often. He suggests “I would say first what are the gaps, and second, do you need that help on a consistent basis or intermittent basis? Because again, you have to decide how much investment you're going to make in it.” Finding the right people isn't easy, either. Volynets suggests the best place to look is your own networks to find the business people you trust with the criteria you need. But Volynets cautions entrepreneurs to avoid adding friends, suppliers, contractors, etc. to an advisory board, even if they have the requisite skills. He says “The most important characteristic is emotional independence.” Listen to Aashish's first hand experience on creating an advisory board and Alexey's insights on how to do it strategically and successfully when it's time to tap into the experience and expertise of other business leaders.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Law Firm Leadership Podcast | We Interview Corp Defense Law Firm Leaders, Partners, General Counsel and Legal Consultants
Ep: 63 Stephanie Stuckey | CEO of Stuckey's Corporation | Buying Back the Family Business | Grits & Politics | The First Roadside Retailer | Sustainability and Resiliency | Preparing for CEO Role | Take A Chance

The Law Firm Leadership Podcast | We Interview Corp Defense Law Firm Leaders, Partners, General Counsel and Legal Consultants

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 42:17


I interviewed Stephanie Stuckey | Chief Executive Officer of Stuckey's Corporation on Tuesday, October 26th, 2021. We discussed several topics such as: Becoming a Public Defender Family Legacy in Politics and Business  Justice System and Making Change through Legislature Sustainability and Resiliency for the City of Atlanta Family & Business is Complicated Love of Road Trips  Attorney and Politician Background Prepped her for CEO Role Advice for Attorneys Considering Entrepreneurship _______________________________________________ Give Feedback Please share your feedback for the show, who I should interview, and the topics that interest you right now.  _______________________________________________ Links referred to in this episode: Stephanie Stuckey | LinkedIn Profile Letter from the CEO | Stuckey's Website Stuckey's Corporation | Website 100 Most Influential Georgians by Georgia Trend Sierra Club | Website EarthShare Georgia | Website Kasim Reed | Previous Mayor of Atlanta | LinkedIn The Rockefeller Foundation | 100 Resilient Cities Forbes Feature | Warren Buffet Owns Dairy Queen

Cover 3 College Football Podcast
Texas' family business, JT Daniels to WVU, spring game lookahead (04/13)

Cover 3 College Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 60:46


The Cover 3 crew discusses Texas players airing family business, spring games and more. First, after Danny takes us inside the headset for his struggles as a guest coach in the Florida State spring game (1:30) the crew breaks down what's going on in the locker room at Texas, starting with Moro Ojomo's criticism of his teammates and Steve Sarkisian's ensuing decision to shut down his media availability (15:40). On the field, the Longhorns quarterback battle has generated some excitement for the 2022 outlook (30:15). Then, it's on to previewing what we're watching in this weekend's spring game, starting with Georgia's quarterbacks (34:00) and Ohio State's defense (41:00). Breaking news disrupts the show with JT Daniels' commitment to West Virginia (46:50), then it's back to spring game thoughts for Miami (51:35) and Alabama (55:05).  Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices