On this episode of The Family Business Voice, Sara Stern discusses her new work, Married to the Family Business: a Handbook for Spouses of Family Business Owners. Sara Stern is a speaker, author and consultant who decided to write a handbook for spouses of family business owners because of the apparent vacuum of resources out there for them. Though they might not sit on the board or hold an operational role in the business, spouses are at the centre of it all. They are often influential in decisions and are subject to some unique stressors because of the ambiguity of their roles. - Spouses often get caught in triangles as the go-between for people that wish to talk to their partners, which is almost always a bad idea as it conflates family relationships with business relationships. Maintain strong boundaries to keep these areas separate. - It's best for partners to provide support without taking sides. Try "That sounds hard. What would be an ideal outcome?" rather than "That sounds hard. Your sister is really difficult." - Spouses need to understand their 'why' and have firm boundaries around what they're willing to do. At the same time, they need to understand their partner's 'why' and decide what that means for their relationship. For example, is a call every night at dinner acceptable? If it isn't, those expectations need to be voiced and respected. Listen and Subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, Amazon and YouTube.
On this episode of @unspoknkonversation we recapped Flem's AfroTech experience. It was also so much to happen since last recording we suggest y'all just tap in because we covered it all as only we would. I mean who else would call the Kardashians the New Kennedys.Hosts:@antoine_da_source@knowledge_ink@Dboithadj@godflemgod
This week, we're stoked to be joined by Leigh Kellis and Jeff Buckwalter of @HolyDonutMaine! Leigh (founder) and Jeff (CEO) recap the incredibly humble origins of the company and being struck by the donut lightning bolt; injecting organization into a company born in comfortable chaos; the joys and pitfalls (mostly joys) of being a family business; what donut would most impress Julia Child; and a handful of other conversation flavors.Listen to the entire episode, fresh baked and ready NOW!
Name: Sharie Wilson & Tonya Thompson Business Name: DreamGirls Hair Current Title: Founders Location: California About DreamGirls Hair: DreamGirls Hair is a Black-Owned & Women-Owned hair care brand focused on creating products that promote hair growth. The brand is founded by sisters Tonya Thompson and Sharie Wilson, who are both hair care professionals changing how Black Women view and care for their hair. DURING THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN: The importance of creating a family business How to define roles and set expectations The benefits and challenges of starting a family business How family businesses impact the Black Community The importance of building a legacy Key things to know before starting a family business How to manage your emotions How to prepare the next generation to run your business For complete show notes and resources mentioned for this episode go to: https://blacktobusiness.com/124
You're Probably Picking the Wrong Market For Your Multi Family Business with Special Guest: Kevin Gardner https://multifamilyutilitysolutions.com/ If you're thinking about starting a multi family business, you need to think about the market that best suits your business. In this podcast, we'll show you how to pick the right market for your business and how to identify the right demographic for your business. If you're not sure where to start, watch this video and we'll help you find the right market for your business. After listening, you'll have a better understanding of how to pick the right market for your multi family business, and you'll be well on your way to success! Don't forget to head over to iTunes to subscribe, rate, and leave a review. It's very much appreciated. https://vinneysbizcard.com/ ------------------------------------------------ Claim your FREE copy of The #1 Top Seller in Commercial Investing: http://apartmentsyndicationmadeeasy.com/ Vinney's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VinneyChopra/videos/?sub_confirmation=1https://www.youtube.com/c/VinneyChopra/videos/?sub_confirmation=1 Vinney's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VinneyChopra Vinney's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vinney-smile-chopra/ Vinney's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vinneychopra/ Vinney's TikTok: https://email@example.com Vinney's Free Book: https://vinneychopra.com/freebook/ Learn more about Vinney: https://vinneychopra.com/ Learn more about investing with Vinney: https://vinneychopra.com/invest/ Apply for Mentorship: https://vinneychopra.com/mentorship/ About Vinney (Smile) Chopra: Vinney is a real estate investor, syndicator, International best-selling author, host of 4 podcasts, multifamily educator, mentor, dedicated husband of over 40 years and father of 2 children-Neil and Monica, residing in Danville, California (near San Francisco) for 40+ years. Vinney came to this country with only $7 in his pocket and a dream. Vinney has now built a portfolio of over 6,500 units amounting to over $650 Million in the multifamily, senior assisted living and hospitality arenas. He is passionate about helping others achieve financial freedom and giving back to our seniors who have given us so much. ------------------------------------------------
Danielle and Jelani Jackson are owners and operators of Richie's Chicken & Soul, a fast-casual soul-food restaurant based in the Cincinnati, Ohio, area. Danielle's family originally started Richie's in 1986, and she and Jelani joined the business in 2015 to understand the ropes of owning and growing a restaurant. In their conversation with Joe Quattrone, Jelani and Danielle share how they've evolved Richie's over the last seven years, and what “Richie's 2.0” looks like. They emphasize hospitality and authenticity both in-store and on their social media channels, and aim to create a memorable brand experience as well as delicious soul food. Above all, what makes Richie's stand out, Danielle says, is their focus on their people and building an environment where people feel safe, supported, inspired to work hard, and are happy to be there. In-flight topics: Owning and operating a family business vs. a funded startup Learning curves from corporate to small business Supporting your team as humans Building hospitality in person and online Incorporating your values into your business …and more! Connect with Jelani and Danielle: Richie's Chicken & Soul website: https://www.richieschicken.com/ Jelani on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jelani-jackson-6b534013/ Richie's Chicken & Soul Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/richieschicken/
When it comes to family businesses, there are a lot of different dynamics at play. And when things go wrong, it can be tough to cope with the fallout. Bankruptcy can be a very difficult and stressful time for everyone involved. The impact on mental health is often devastating and can feel like a personal failure. In today's edition of the Knucklehead Podcast, our guest, Billy Self, talks about the trauma his parents went through when their family business went bankrupt. He also shares the story of his journey to taking over the family business, how he became a serial entrepreneur, and what the most significant turning point in his life and business was. Despite the many failures in his business, Billy realized how faith can make a huge difference in someone else's life and why mentorship is so valuable.Billy Self is the President of Warehouse-Pro, a project and contractual provider of warehousing, distribution, merchandising, freight management, and specialized logistics services for retail, technology, and various other industry verticals. Its mission is more than shipping and warehousing – it's about giving your business the space it needs to grow and expand into new markets. Enjoy!In This Episode03:22 - Backstory of Billy Self05:39 - How Billy's family business recovered from bankruptcy09:12 - The trauma Billy's parents experienced when their family business failed10:33 - How Billy's father got involved in politics13:42 - Billy's journey to taking over his family's business19:05 - What motivated Billy to run the family business despite many challenges25:42 - How Billy discovered that he's more of a salesman than an operator28:34 - How Billy became a serial entrepreneur35:48 - How Billy overcame his self-doubt45:10 - One of Billy's most significant turning points in life and business57:23 - Billy's thoughts on how things turned out during his most challenging times1:04:23 - Billy's advice to his younger selfFavorite Quotes19:05 - "I didn't have any other options at that time. But once I got into it and my frustration was at its highest, I didn't know what to do. I was crying many times about how to make payroll. My grandfather pulled me aside and said, 'you don't know what it's like to run a small business until you're crying on a Thursday night because you don't know how you make payroll the next day. And I experienced that quite a few times." - Billy Self31:38 - "The trauma of bankruptcy for my dad in the early eighties always stuck with him. He never tells me what to do. He would go, "son, my experience is this debt is scary. Keep yourself out of court and keep yourself out of dangerous debt." - Billy Self53:50 - "I was a functioning alcoholic. And so all the stressors, all the self-doubt of my whole adult career and the company was a lot of drinking - drinking at the office, drinking after the office, drinking at home, drinking again after that. It was bad. And it had gotten to where I couldn't remember the last time I didn't have a drink on a day." - Billy Self54:43 - "I stopped drinking on September 10th, 2018. That was my last drink. It was a big deal for me, and that's when my faith leapfrogged. I got closer to God because there was a big piece of my life that I was giving too much to alcohol, self-doubt going, and self-medicating." - Billy Self55:19 - "It was a year after stopping drinking that the warehouse opportunity to go across the street to the bigger place came with a handshake deal. I have never met anybody who could lease a warehouse space on a handshake." - Billy Self59:40 - "I want my girls to know that it's okay to fail, and it's cool to fail greatly as long as you feel what God was putting on your heart to try." - Billy Self1:04:53 - "Don't stop searching for the best mentor to help you walk through your career and your life." - Billy SelfConnect with Billy SelfLinkedInWarehouse-ProGrab your COVID 19 survivor T-shirt HEREConnect with Knucklehead Media GroupWebsiteFacebookTwitter• Knucklehead Media Group is your "push button" for podcasts. We help companies and organizations tell their story using podcasts and best practices for content distribution. Home to some of the top podcasts across multiple categories, captivating coursework on gaining traction with your show, and consulting to those companies BOLD enough to get some wins. We believe your mistakes set the foundation for your success, those stories help customers beat a pathway to your doorstep, and the myths from bringing business online shouldn't hold you back from getting yours. Click here for more episodes of the Knucklehead Podcast
Want to know about the financial reality of an early-stage family-built start-up? And which rules, boundaries, and eventualities they discussed not to put their sisterhood at risk?Today for Money Chill Out Podcast, I am very happy to welcome Charlotte Jacqueau, one of the co-founders of TCHACAnd we are talking about
Adam Bardi, Bardi Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, and Heather Fleming, MST (ProfitSense with Bill McDermott, Episode 38) On this episode of ProfitSense, host Bill McDermott welcomed two outstanding business leaders. Adam Bardi, Owner and CEO of Bardi Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, talked about growth and scaling a business, attracting talent, and more. Heather Fleming, Business Development Manager at MST, […] The post Adam Bardi, Bardi Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, and Heather Fleming, MST appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
African family business research – initial explorations of the field. Presenters: Ms Cassidy Billings and Prof Shelley Farrington (Nelson Mandela University, South Africa).
Picking the Right Market for Your Multi Family Business with Special Guest: David Monroe Listen to this podcast so that you'll have a better understanding of how to select the right multifamily market for your investment goals. You'll be able to make informed decisions about where to put your money, so you can grow your portfolio in the right direction! We will help you identify which market is right for you based on your specific investment goals. David Monroe is a Multifamily Investor and Strategic Partner He specializes in market analysis, demand/supply analysis, market cycles, feasibility analysis, and teach that specialty as a CCIM Instructor. Don't forget to head over to iTunes to subscribe, rate, and leave a review. It's very much appreciated. https://vinneysbizcard.com/ ------------------------------------------------ Claim your FREE copy of The #1 Top Seller in Commercial Investing: http://apartmentsyndicationmadeeasy.com/ Vinney's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VinneyChopra/videos Vinney's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VinneyChopra Vinney's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vinney-smile-chopra/ Vinney's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vinneychopra/ Vinney's TikTok: https://firstname.lastname@example.org Vinney's Free Book: https://vinneychopra.com/freebook/ Learn more about Vinney: https://vinneychopra.com/ Learn more about investing with Vinney: https://vinneychopra.com/invest/ Apply for Mentorship: https://vinneychopra.com/mentorship/ About Vinney (Smile) Chopra: Vinney is a real estate investor, syndicator, International best-selling author, host of 4 podcasts, multifamily educator, mentor, dedicated husband of over 40 years and father of 2 children-Neil and Monica, residing in Danville, California (near San Francisco) for 40+ years. Vinney came to this country with only $7 in his pocket and a dream. Vinney has now built a portfolio of over 6,500 units amounting to over $650 Million in the multifamily, senior assisted living and hospitality arenas. He is passionate about helping others achieve financial freedom and giving back to our seniors who have given us so much. ------------------------------------------------
Wade is joined today by Jonathon Goldhill of the Goldhill Group. They talk about family businesses being an economical unit passing from one generation to another. As each generation takes over family businesses, they have to adapt to changes in technology and grow the business through the different seasons in life. Listen as Wade and Jonathan talk about what it takes to keep family businesses going beyond the third generation! Highlights Who is Jonathan Goldhill? - 1:37 How he started with the idea of building businesses. - 2:13 The reasons why Jonathan decided to write a book. - 5:45 How a family business can start to grow. - 7:45 What the book, Disruptive Successor: A Guide to Driving Growth in Your Family Business, is all about. - 10:52 The most important takeaway is when a family business becomes successful. - 16:35 What can kill a business? - 19:30 Reasons why people are working with a business consultant. - 21:05 What's an ideal client for Jonathan? -26:49 Best ways to reach out to Jonathan. - 29:29 Episode Resources Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash In the Kingdom of Ice by Hampton Sides Connect with Wade Borth https://www.sagewealthstrategy.com/ email@example.com Connect with Jonathan Goldhill Disruptive Successor: A Guide to Driving Growth in Your Family Business https://thegoldhillgroup.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TheGoldhillGroup https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-goldhill-group
In this episode, we welcome Bert Sorin to the show. He is the President and Co-Owner of Sorinex Exercise Equipment, a business founded by his father, Richard Sorin, in 1980. Sorinex has been making some of the most durable strength training equipment in the industry for more than 40 years. The gear they make is utilized by athletes, service members, and students around the world. Also, he is a 4-time D-1 All-American Track and Field athlete (Hammer and 35 lb. Weight Throw), Southeastern Conference Champion, former record holder in Weight Throw, an Olympic trials athlete, and a Highland Games athlete. Additionally, he is an ambassador of the Global War on Terrorism Memorial Foundation, an organization that leads the effort to plan, fund, design, and build the Global War on Terrorism Memorial at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. In this interview, we discuss why his father began building strength equipment, when Sorinex really took off, why John Eldredge's Wild at Heart was so impactful for him, why young men in America need rites of passage, how he got involved in the family business, his circuitous route to becoming a collegiate athlete and then a professional athlete, how dads should pull and not push their children into things, why strength training is so important, why hunting provides him inspiration for his athletic training, and much more. Let's get into it… Episode notes and links HERE Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Find the Right Conductor for Your Financial Train, with Anthony Chen, Host of Family Business Radio In a commentary from a recent Family Business Radio episode, host Anthony Chen recommended finding the right “train conductor” to get you on the right financial path. Anthony’s commentary was taken from this episode of Family Business Radio. Family Business […] The post Find the Right Conductor for Your Financial Train, with Anthony Chen, Host of
Join Francesco Lombardo for this week's Safe Space as he speaks with Ramia El Agamy, second generation CEO at Orbis Terra Media, editor-in-chief of Tharawat Magazine, and host of The Family Business Voice and Women in Family Business podcasts. Why does traditional governance need to evolve for family business to be successful? How have topics and concerns within family business changed? Ramia's one piece of advice to the Senior and NxtGen…forever is the most dangerous word in the family enterprise vocabulary. Nothing lasts forever, and nothing should last forever. That is okay, it is not failure, it is evolving. If you would like to keep up to date with all our insights, latest research and stories, click to subscribe to our "Veritage Insights Newsletter." (https://bit.ly/3JOd7Qq)
It takes a lot of responsibility in running a family business. Your parents could've easily sold it for more money. So you have to show that you are ready and up for the task. Shauna Duggar grew up working alongside her father in the carpet and flooring industry but never imagined she would be the co-owner of Quality Floors & More with her husband, Brandon. After a few years of military travel, the couple came home to raise their family and were invited to join the business Shauna's Dad had successfully run for years. When it was clear that Shauna and Brandon were ready, the business became theirs. Join in as Shauna shares how she balances her life as a mother and her life as a business owner. Learn how to run a family business and how you can help continue its legacy. Discover some entrepreneurial advice today!
Our guest today is Tom Hubler. Tom began his family business consulting practice in 1980. As an experienced senior consultant, he has counseled more than 500 private family businesses over the course of his career. Tom helps families strengthen connections and eliminate barriers to healthy, productive family and business relationshipsIn this episode of Family Business Today, Tom will share:The importance of family values, love, and heritage in building a strong family businessWhat is the Secret Sauce to use in your business?When a family business owner has difficulty letting go, how do their highly developed skills at doing the business impact the entrepreneur's self-image?What some of the actions are that often derail family-owned business during the transition processWhat can a family business leader be doing now in planning for an eventual business transition?Why is it important to have a third-party unbiased advisor involved in the planning process?And more…To learn more about Tom Hubler and Hubler for Business Families, visit www.tomhubler.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!
For an intended multigenerational family business to last past the first generation, the family must become a successful team. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuQR8NBc2JY Professor, organizational consultant, family therapist, and family business consultant Dr. Dennis Jaffe joins us today. He has helped families overcome challenges that impede successfully transferring businesses, wealth, value, commitments, and legacies across generations. So, if you want to create a multigenerational family enterprise… tune in now! Table of contentsWhy Should Families Think Multi-Generationally?What Can History Teach Us About the Multigenerational Family Business?When Do You Bring Kids Into the Family Business?The Challenge of First-Generation WealthWhat is the Best Way to Create a Multigenerational Family Business?About Dr. Dennis JaffeBook A Strategy Call Why Should Families Think Multi-Generationally? [3:40] “There's no ‘should' about it. This is what families are concerned about—they've created wealth, been successful, they've providing for their family, they're creating more wealth than they can use on a day-to-day basis, and they have young people growing up. And they begin to say, ‘Well, what's going to be my legacy?' And they begin to ask the question—not how do I get more wealth—-but what is the purpose of our wealth? What do we want to do with it?” Dr. Jaffe has noticed that as families build wealth, they think more seriously about what that wealth will do beyond them. And this consideration is critical because it's how wealth lasts for generations. You can't simply build up wealth, you also have to create systems, educate your kids and grandkids, and pass on your values so that the generations beyond you will know how to be good stewards of your money. What Can History Teach Us About the Multigenerational Family Business? Dr. Dennis Jaffe has been in the field of family business and wealth since the early 80s. And over time, this industry has really evolved to include family meetings, family constitutions, and much more beyond just getting advice from a financial advisor. What Dr. Jaffe has done is interview and compile information from wealthy and successful families. A successful family, as Dr. Jaffe defines it, is a family that has kept and maintained its wealth for at least three generations. After all, these are the families who have done a good job of educating the next generation on how to build and keep wealth. Successful families are also families who spend time together and have a sense of connection. [12:10] “What I found is that these hundred-year families had a great sense of their legacy and history. They could look back for the fifth generation and say, ‘Well, you know, grandpa did this.' Or, ‘One of the things that grandpa did that really made a difference for us is this…'” This research proves helpful because it doesn't suggest a singular path to wealth. Instead, it illustrates many paths and options for building and sustaining wealth. And behind it all is a sense of family history—that each generation can learn from the ones before. When Do You Bring Kids Into the Family Business? As important as it is to look to the past for guidance on sustaining wealth, it's just as important to keep tabs on the future. After all, your children and your children's children are the future of your legacy. They're the ones who will carry the torch, so it's important to prepare them to inherit the family's wealth and continue that legacy. [19:11] “So, one of the first things that I learned is that the older generation has to really listen to the next generation because they have a very unclear and unrealistic idea about the future. Because they see it from their own eyes and their own experience. They don't really understand the experience of their kids, the people that their kids marry, and their kid's kids. And all those people have to have a voice,
Kinship explains a lot of costly endeavours that people do. A lot of informal financing takes place through kin based networks. In this episode of All Things Policy, Harshit Kukreja and Carl Jaison discuss kinship, financing, MSMEs and much more. Links: Insights from Biology: Kinship Financing Hey there, check out this new podcast! You can follow Harshit Kukreja on twitter: https://twitter.com/harshitk43 You can follow Carl Jaison on twitter: https://twitter.com/CarlJaison Check out Takshashila's courses: https://school.takshashila.org.in/ You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at https://shows.ivmpodcasts.com/featured Do follow IVM Podcasts on social media. We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram. https://twitter.com/IVMPodcasts https://www.instagram.com/ivmpodcasts/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/ivmpodcasts/ Follow the show across platforms: Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavn, Gaana, Amazon Music Do share the word with your folks!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rich O'Neill is the Founder of Fleming Project Management, a real estate firm based in Philadelphia that serves the surrounding counties. He helps investors create wealth by managing their investment projects so they can focus on the most crucial activities in their business. Rich is also the Owner of Fleming Properties where he buys, renovates, and rents single-family and small multi-family properties. In this episode of the Smart Business Revolution Podcast, John Corcoran is joined by Rich O'Neill, the Founder of Fleming Project Management, to talk about the lessons Rich learned from his father and his father-in-law. Rich also explains how he overcame various adversities, his gateway into the real estate industry, and how the 2008 economic crisis affected his father's business.
Want to watch the Tribe of Millionaires? YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbczkBHANH9ULLQiSt56bQA/ Aaron Katerberg didn't set out to be an irrigator. He's been a tennis pro, pursued a master's degree in divinity and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro. After college, he tried working for his father's irrigation business, but that first stint didn't pan out. Years later, Aaron made peace with the fact that irrigation runs in his blood, and he decided to dive back into the family business. In 2012, Aaron became CEO of Grapids Irrigation, based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. As a third generation irrigator and second generation owner, he immediately set his sights on scaling the business and increasing revenue, which he has since very successfully achieved. Aaron currently serves as Visionary and CEO of Grapids Irrigation. Powerful Moments From The Episode 00:00 - Transforming the Family Business with Systems 01:49 - Aaron Katerberg's Backstory 06:38 - The Katerberg Family Business, Grapids Irrigation 09:53 - Transforming The Family Business 14:04 - Father & Son Business Relationship Struggles 17:07 - Implementing “Traction” into The Business 23:42 - CEO & “Visionary” Role Responsibilities 30:46 - Aaron On “Jesus First” In His Life 37:02 - Aaron's Currently Relationship With His Dad 38:37 - The Importance of Failure, As Opportunities For Growth 41:36 - Aaron On Meeting His Wife 43:04 - Lifestyle Adventures & Meeting Ryan Murdock (BiggerPockets) 47:09 - The Keys to GoPod Success 48:09 - The Value of Being A GoBundance Member 50:14 - What's Next For Aaron in Business? (He bought a prison!) 53:27 - GoBundance Card Game Question 55:05 - Owning an irrigation company, what does Aaron's lawn look like? 56:22 - How To Connect With Aaron Katerberg Connect with Aaron Katerberg Grapids Website https://grapids.com/contact/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aaron.katerberg Email firstname.lastname@example.org Learn More About Our Tribe! https://www.gobundance.com Watch How To Profit From Your Personal Brand | Mark Lack Ep 241 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLYFjltV69s Want to connect with our community? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gobundance Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gobundance Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoBundance Tribe of Millionaires Podcast by GoBundance is the podcast for healthy wealthy generous people who choose to live epic lives. Each week we connect with featured guests and GoBundance members to bring you the best in our community.
In this episode, Dan connects with business builder, data scientist, tech industry leader, and iBridge LLC co-founder and CEO Desh Urs to dive into leadership, data transformation, company culture, and the internet's influence on understanding and utilizing data. After spending decades in the data science field, Desh saw how his clients struggled with the huge gaps in data quality and analysis, and together with his wife founded iBridge to solve that problem. Now, over 15 years later, Desh talks about the winding road he took to build a successful global business and grow into the leader he is today. He and Dan dig into the importance of building a corporate culture rooted in empathy and awareness, and Desh reveals some unique leadership development tactics he's using to grow his people and his business. In this wide-ranging conversation, Desh offers his insight into the state of data science, company-wide accountability, leadership, family, the meaning of connections, and much more. In This Episode (1:11) Introduction to Desh Urs (3:21) Navigating the last few years (5:14) Desh's beginning and journey through data (11:37) The internet's influence on business, opinion, and data (19:04) The role of curiosity and a learning mindset (24:41) Where Dan and Desh were on 9/11 (29:06) Beginning iBridge, finding success, and the impact on personal life (43:56) Family culture and the human-to-human connection (49:02) Leading with empathy and leadership development at iBridge (59:27) iBridge's mission and digital transformation as a whole (1:11:39) The pace of acceleration Notable Quotes “We all know how to ask questions, but the art of asking the right question is sort of few and far between. And when you think about when you're trying to collect information, either anonymously or for a purpose… the questions that you ask can lead to information gathering or can lead to assessments…” – Desh (7:48) “That is what I think we miss as we get older – that amazement, that feeling of “My God! Do I really know this?” As opposed to, “I know this, and this is how this is.” And that's the world of data.” – Desh (17:48) “The word we use – “customer, customer, customer” – is another human being just like you.” – Desh (47:02) “It is hard work to do this, but it's extremely fun work. And there is such pleasure in helping people understand there is a bigger purpose to all this… I'm the guy that's spreading the joy, so if you're not happy, I have failed.” – Desh (1:15:15) Resources & Links Dan Nestle https://nestle.libsyn.com/ http://twitter.com/dsnestle https://www.linkedin.com/in/nestle https://www.facebook.com/TheDanNestleShow Desh Urs https://www.linkedin.com/in/deshurs https://ibridgellc.com/
Day 1, Session 2: Topic: Family businesses and dynamic capabilities: A systematic literature review. Presenter: Mrs Angela Pike-Bowles (University of Fort Hare, South Africa); co-authored with Dr Juliet Puchert-Townes and Prof Willie Chinyamurindi (University of Fort Hare, South Africa).
The Family Business is growing in more ways than one, and this special episode tells the story of how we welcomed our newest family member into the world - Gianna Muñia!You'll enjoy this first-person account of the arrival of Christopher and Stephanie's Muñia's first child by someone who understands what it's like to become a parent - none other than Stephanie's mom and Gianna's grandmother Mary Alessi.If you enjoyed this episode, make sure to check outS3 E17: From Mother To Daughter: Honest Questions about MotherhoodJOIN THE FAMILY BUSINESS! Subscribe to the show Follow on Instagram and Facebook Leave a review! Have a question for the Alessis?Tap HERE and then the "Ask The Alessis" button to leave a message!
A ball pit bar - what a novel concept. Great for a one month popup, but to still be going years later shows that it's more than a simple gimmick. What sets Ballie Ballerson apart from anyone who dares to copy their idea is their dedication to the art of hospitality, a passion which comes from MD Wenny Armstrong and her brother, Director of Operations George.Join us for an episode almost as fun as their business, where we discuss their nostalgic edge, commitment to an incredible experience, growth from their humble beginnings, and so much more!This episode covers:The nostalgic edge that drives Ballie Ballerson's unique experienceWenny & George's early work in the hospitality industry with their parents' businessHow the sibling connection allows the pair to rely so strongly on each otherSome wild stories that exhibit the business' incredible cultureLinks and references at: https://lizleanpr.co.uk/podcast-runs-in-the-family/
In this episode I am joined by Fiona Graham from the Institute for Family Business as we discuss Family Business Week, some interesting research that will shortly be published and we debunk the myth that family businesses are old fashioned, “Mom and Pop Shops”.We also explore the contribution that family businesses make to the UK and global economies and discuss the topics that have been front of mind for family businesses on the recent IFB Tour!Useful LinksYou can find out more about the IFB and their work by heading over to their homepageYou can follow Fiona on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/FionaVGraham and email her, Fiona.Graham@ifb.org.uk. Her Linked In profile is https://www.linkedin.com/in/fiona-graham-6b2a802a/You can find out more about Family Business Week by heading over to https://www.familybusinessweek.co.uk/ and make sure you get involved by sharing your stories and celebrating your success. Support the ShowThe podcast is entirely self-funded by me. I am not looking for sympathy as it is something that I love to do and I have a passion for providing great content for family businesses across the world. Some listeners have asked for ways in which they can support the show, be that through reviews, sharing with friends or a donation. As such I have set up a page that outlines all the ways that you can support what I am doing. www.fambizpodcast.com/support Work With Russ If what I have spoken about in the show resonates and you want to discuss how I can help you and your family business drop me an email: email@example.com or head over to www.familybusinesspartnership.com Sign up to the Newsletter You can get podcasts, videos and blogs delivered directly to your inbox by signing up to the newsletter. Head over to www.fambizpodcast.com and sign up now
In this episode of the Business Broken to Smokin' Podcast, Lodestone True North's Head Coach Mark Whitmore and our guest Tim Campbell, CVO of Dearman Moving & Storage ( https://dearmanmoving.com/ ) discuss family business transitions, the importance of a great set of core values and more! 0:00 Intro 2:18 History of Dearman 7:47 A caution for every business owner 11:56 The default business model… 13:06 Tim's story 22:20 Needing a coach on your side… 22:30 Self learning, and unlearning bad habits 25:15 Need to get beyond fixing symptoms 25:48 Book references: Pinnacle by Steve Preda & Greg Cleary Rockefeller Habits by Verne Harnish The Advantage by Pat Lencioni Get a Grip by Mike Paton & Gino Wickman 27:41 What's different with the Dearman business now… 29:17 The importance of having a great set of core values… 32:24 There's a bit of disruption… Working on the business is like working on a moving vehicle 37:24 Another big hurdle beginning with a new business operating system 41:05 Dearman's Core Values 46:41 First big challenge/mistake about core values - you don't have any… 48:00 Second big mistake about core values - they are vague. They need to be clearly differentiated. 48:43 Jim Collins - the definition of the right person on the bus 54:14 Using core values in the interview process 50:55 Book reference - Grit by Angela Duckworth - chapter 12 is about culture https://angeladuckworth.com/ 58:44 Business expanding during an economy in contraction 1:00:29 What coaching does for the business… 1:01:11 The space here at Lodestone (the Coral Reef) 1:02:07 Reference to Kurt Gödel 1:05:51 Some advice to a business that could use an advisor or coach 1:07:01 “A business without a business coach is like a car without engine oil” 1:09:23 the BSAF analogy 1:12:33 (Good quote here from Tim - Shoutout to Mark) 1:18:15 All about epiphanies 1:20:21 Attention business owners… 1:23:07 Family businesses are messy… 1:24:56 A good indicator for Mark working with a future client… 1:26:35 Money is a terrible “why” 1:30:52 It doesn't have to be lonely and miserable at the top 1:37:50 What's your favorite Lodestone tool… 1:49:28 Book reference - Necessary Endings by Dr. Henry Cloud 1:56:08 Two things needed to make the tough decisions: A clear vision: 1 - Where are we heading 2 - Why is it important 3 - Who are we (culture) 1:56:23 A clear set of seats (organizationally) 1:57:03 The seven solutions to people issues… 1 - Do Nothing 2 - Observe 3 - Training/coaching 4 - Put in a different seat 5 - Put on some sort of notice 6 - Delayed termination 7 - Fire now 2:02:33 The Clarity Maze Tool 2:15:24 What would you tell a 30 something business person… 2:21:48 Don't let the business own you Website: www.lodestonetruenorth.com Website www.bigeasydesk.com LinkedIn Mark: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-whitmore-lodestone/ LinkedIn Lodestone: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lodestone-true-north Lodestone Online Courses: lodestone.thinkific.com Music - Truckin' by The Grateful Dead
Well, it has been a while since I hit record on my laptop but I am back with a new series of the show that is focussing on some of the common myths that exist within the world of family business and in particular when 'marketing' to family businesses. Joining me in this series are Dr Jim Grubman, Kristin Keffeler and Fiona Graham as we look at the following: The 70% Rule Myth The Myth of the Silver Spoon The Myth that family businesses are old fashioned, andThe Shirtsleeves to Shirtsleeves myth Over the next week I will be publishing these episodes. As I mention in this preview if you are able to support the show, that would be awesome. There is a link below that explains more. Support the ShowThe podcast is entirely self-funded by me. I am not looking for sympathy as it is something that I love to do and I have a passion for providing great content for family businesses across the world. Some listeners have asked for ways in which they can support the show, be that through reviews, sharing with friends or a donation. As such I have set up a page that outlines all the ways that you can support what I am doing. www.fambizpodcast.com/support Work With Russ If what I have spoken about in the show resonates and you want to discuss how I can help you and your family business drop me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org or head over to www.familybusinesspartnership.com Sign up to the Newsletter You can get podcasts, videos and blogs delivered directly to your inbox by signing up to the newsletter. Head over to www.fambizpodcast.com and sign up now
Sal Mandreucci went from running deliveries in a ‘97 Ford Contour to building an audience of over 5M for his family's pizzeria as TikTok star Sally Slices. Listen in for Sal's recipe for social media success: how many posts per day, what to film, the right mindset, and ideal balance of fans and haters (hint: you want some haters!).
In this episode, Phil and Roy have a discussion with Frank Payne of Living Art. We hear about Frank's origins in herpetoculture, how he grew his practice into a thriving family business, how he selects species to focus his efforts on, designing systems and routines for success – and of course, a whole bunch of husbandry talk in between. Enjoy! And please like, subscribe, and share this episode, if you feel so inclined. Show Notes: https://www.animalsathomenetwork.com/14-frank-payne/ LINKS FROM THE EPISODE: Frank's website: https://www.livingartbyfrankpayne.com Follow Frank on Instagram: @livingartbyfrankpayne Support, Subscribe & Follow: CHECK OUT Custom Reptile Habitats CLICK HERE Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/projectherpetoculture Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0UCdymrooiNVloQlxrW1FA Follow P : H on Instagram: @projectherpetoculture Follow Phil on Instagram: @aridsonly Follow Roy on Instagram: @wellspringherp
In a family business, how do you overcome being the Owner's Child? What can you do to ensure success on your own merits? How do you lead a team that may initially question your qualifications? Listen as our guest shares his advice for not only young people wanting to join the family business but also for the parents who want their kids to continue the business legacy, and thoughts on how being the Owner's Child doesn't have to overshadow your own success. David K. Sargent started investing in stocks when he was 13 years old, which allowed him to buy into a business with his family while in his late teens. He worked for the company, Stripe-A-Zone, during summers and Spring Breaks, starting at the bottom. After high school, he chose to work full-time there. Over the next 24 years, he advanced his position from sales, to production, to operations, and to the executive level, and he was integral in helping his family grow the company 50 times larger than when they originally purchased it. David helped accomplish the consistent, rapid growth through innovation, improved quality, and efficiency. When his family sold Stripe-A-Zone in 2020, the new owners convinced David to stay with the new entity to help make additional acquisitions and run the company as its President. David serves as Director of the Sargent Family Charitable Foundation, and a Director of the Arlington Margarita Society. He has served in the past in community organizations such as the Rotary Board, National Floor Safety Institute, and Young Men for Arlington. David lives in Arlington, Texas, with his wife Kari and their son, Kyle. Bigger Than Business is the show where you'll discover real-world stories of business owners living their purpose. You'll encounter men and women all over the world who draw strength from understanding why they do what they do and how they remain true to that purpose through the ups and downs every business owner will face. www.thecapitalchartroom.com
La Rosa has been a family business and a Bakersfield favorite since 1980 and is now in its second generation of owners. Norma Diaz took over the family business in 2004 and has watched it gain even more happy customers. Meanwhile, Norma has also made a strong commitment to the company's community involvement, including La Rosa's sponsorship of a blood drive at Houchin Blood Bank. The “Beat the Heat Blood Drive” gave a free La Rosa bar to anyone who donated blood. The effort was designed to increase the number of Hispanic donors, many of whom carry a rare antigen in their blood which could save another's life. OTC host Dave Plivelich from The Marcom Group welcomes Norma Diaz the owner of La Rosa Fruit Bars & Ice Cream as she shares the history behind La Rosa and how her parents started it all. Norma is proud to say that their fruit bars are still made from scratch and are always fresh. The business has remained in the family and the everyday operations have stayed the same since the beginning. While you can find La Rosa Fruit Bars in a lot of locations around town, she also lets us in on a secret…you can rent a cart full of your favorites for any event! If you want La Rosa to be a part of your special event, give Norma a call directly at 661-619-9359. LEARN MORE ABOUT LA ROSA: Website: https://larosafruitbars.com/welcome.html Email: email@example.com Phone: 661-323-6877 or 661-619-9359 Instagram: @LaRosaFruit Facebook: @La_Rosa_Fruit
When your family business involves both industry and ministry - things can get complicated. However, the Alessis have learned how to manage the balance between these two very different worlds, and they are sharing how they've done it in this episode. In this episode, pastor, singer-songwriter and worship leader Mary Alessi and her daughter Stephanie Alessi Muiña discuss how they've focused their family business on relationship and ministry instead of the sometimes hazardous world of the music industry. You'll learn some powerful concepts that apply to worship teams, artists and families who are trying to find the right path and place for their gifts. For more info on Metro Life Worship and their latest projects, head to metrolifechurch.com/worship JOIN THE FAMILY BUSINESS! Subscribe to the show Follow on Instagram and Facebook Leave a review! Have a question for the Alessis?Tap HERE and then the "Ask The Alessis" button to leave a message!
On today's episode of the Entrepreneur Evolution Podcast, we are joined by Emily Victoria Wilburn, CEO of Wilburn Medical USA. Her father, Rick Wilburn started Wilburn Medical USA in 1997 with a passion for medical supply sales and a hunger to exceed customer expectations. Emily went to college at Appalachian State University and graduated with a degree in Business Management and Entrepreneurship. Upon graduating from college, Emily spent four years in full-time Christian women's ministry and then moved from San Antonio, Texas, back home to learn the family business. Once settled, Emily purchased 51% of her father's business and was named CEO. She now leads with her father daily as they work together to improve distribution in the healthcare industry. Emily was most recently recognized by WPO as #12 on their Women2Watch List. For more information on Wilburn Medical USA, visit https://wilburnmedicalusa.com/. We would love to hear from you, and it would be awesome if you left us a 5-star review. Your feedback means the world to us, and we will be sure to send you a special thank you for your kind words. Don't forget to hit “subscribe” to automatically be notified when guest interviews and Express Tips drop every Tuesday and Friday. Interested in joining our monthly entrepreneur membership? Email Annette directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. Ready to invest in yourself? Book your free session with Annette HERE. Keep evolving, entrepreneur. We are SO proud of you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/annette-walter/support
Today we have Rachael Boscaino with us! She is a wife, mother, and lash artist extraordinaire just to name a few of her many titles. I've known Rachael since I moved to Lakeland and she has been such an asset to my life and my business. In today's episode we discuss motherhood, starting new businesses, the Italian lifestyle and how wine makes everything better.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2: With over 93% of the vote counted, Democrat Katie Hobbs leads Republican Kari Lake—50.5% of the total to 49.5%. But the election was nearly one-week ago, why is Arizona still counting? How has chaos become an acceptable routine every election cycle? To suggest there needs to be alterations in the way votes are tabulated is not synonymous with claims of election fraud despite what many Democrats claim. While on CNN, Ana Navarro claimed that Governor Ron DeSantis “gamed the system” in Florida—why isn't she being accused of embracing election fraud? Assuming projections are correct, and Republicans take control of the House of Representatives, will there be investigations into Hunter Biden and the Biden family's business interactions with foreign corporations in China and Ukraine? Democrats are already condemning any Congressional investigation—aren't they being inconsistent considering how frequently they investigated Donald Trump and his administration? Will Kevin McCarthy be the next Speaker of the House? According to ABC's John Karl, McCarthy is no longer a “lock” to win speakership. Meanwhile, Congressman Jamie Raskin (D-MD) warned that Republicans may select former President Donald Trump to serve as Speaker of the House—pointing out that the speaker does not necessarily need to be a member of Congress.
Relationship Reddit Stories, OP overhears her fiance talking about "only 3 years" till he can escape when he's talking to his friends and is now questioning everything.
This week's episode kicks off with the usual rundown of recent activity on MBA LiveWire, which included admits for Cornell / Johnson's Round 1 and interview invites for Berkeley / Haas. In terms of upcoming dates of note, this week INSEAD has its Round 2 deadline. Graham highlighted the Real Humans pieces for INSEAD, Haas, and Boston College / Carroll as well as a recently published focus on two veterans at NYU / Stern and an interview with Georgetown / McDonough's Career Services Director. Alex and Graham then discussed the recently published employment report for Northwestern / Kellogg (impressive, including 40% heading to consulting and an average starting salary of $165,000); this led to a discussion on whether we are heading into a recession, and its implications for prospective MBA students. Graham also reminded listeners about Clear Admit's upcoming Deferred Enrolment event for this Wednesday; signups are here: https://bit.ly/defermba As usual, this episode of WireTaps features three candidate profile reviews, taken from ApplyWire entries on the site. First up, Alex selected a female candidate from Nigeria who is targeting Round 1 next season. She's an M.D., and has a strong focus on the business-side of healthcare. She hasn't taken the GMAT yet, but Alex and Graham are hoping for a high score so she can target the very best U.S.-based healthcare MBA programs. This week's second candidate works in a family business in India. She's targeting Round 2 this season, and Alex and Graham had a conversation about her overall strategy, and whether it's worth keeping in mind that she might be a stronger candidate in Round 1 for next season. The final candidate for this episode has some somewhat pedestrian numbers, but Alex and Graham really like what's under the surface. This applicant is originally from Central Asia, and plan to return there in the long run, to focus on the sustainable energy industry. This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced and engineered in Philadelphia by Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen and to 'stay safe everybody'!
Donna Mitchell is the Founder of Horizon Productions, a full-service multimedia production facility located in Durham, NC. They create video, audio and multimedia solutions for clients like Lenovo, IBM, John Deere, GSK, The Alzheimer's Association, and Intel. Donna started the company over 40 years ago and reflects on her journey in this inspiring conversation. She shares about her legendary father, how she broke into the video production industry and how she is transitioning from being the creative to coaching and leading the creatives on her team. You can connect with Donna on LinkedIn and I hope you enjoy this conversation!
Jon Ball of Ball Fabrics becomes the 1st guest to reach the BBB Status of My Fence Life. He brought Beer, Bourbon and Business to the table while chatting about the challenges of controlling your business growth and overcoming setbacks in the family business. Jon also dives into some application and performance specifics of their patented windscreens.▶ Are you in the Corpus Christie, TX area and want to help a Veteran in need? Call Built Strong CC, they're a construction company and giving away up to 80' of fence OR a wheelchair ramp to Veterans in need!!If you know someone in the Corpus Christi area that's a Vet and needs a new fence or a ramp, give BUILT STRONG a call at 361-215-5863 or email at BUILTSTRONGCCTX@gmail.com▶ Click HERE to register for the Fence Show & Security Expo coming in August 2023 hosted by the FWA (Fence Workers Association)Use Promo Code MFL50 to get 3 days FREE on the Exhibitor Floor▶ Thank you to todays show sponsor