Today's guest, Sherry Walling, is a respected clinical psychologist who specialises in entrepreneur mental health. She's also the host of Zen Founder, a podcast where she is sometimes joined by her husband Rob. Those who have listened to Zen Founder know that Sherry has been sharing movingly about the upheavals and losses she's gone through over the last few years - in 2018 she lost her father to cancer followed, six months later, by her brother to suicide - and how it's affected her, and their whole family. On today's show Sherry talks to Dan about how she tried, in some way, to make sense of what happened by penning a book “Touching Two Worlds: A Guide To Finding Hope In The Aftermath of Loss” “The events of the past few years have been so strange to me that I must force myself to study the story, like something I am learning from the outside in, like something that happened to someone else ”. It's a moving account of what she discovered, including some great practical suggestions for others finding themselves in a similar place and struggling to cope. In Sherry's case this included joining the circus (evenings and weekends only).
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Brice Foose joins The Wall Street Coach Podcast to discuss the importance of balance and how he benefits from working part-time as a pharmacist despite being an accomplished, professional trader. The post Episode 55: Brice Foose on Part-Time Work and Full Time Profits appeared first on The Wall Street Coach.
Raul shares his conclusions about working online, especially with a team. He talks about the competitive advantage of being in a remote work environment and how, as a team, you can take it to your advantage. Raul releases his top secrets and tips on effective communication and project mapping, as well as the proven formula of his one page SOP. Highlights What Raul's conclusion is when it comes to working online The competitive advantage in a remote work The three areas that you should adjust to create a significant difference Three tips for your touch and go communications Real-time communication tips to structure your meeting times Three quick tips for your master brain or HQ The three different stages of mapping a project Who the high level stakeholders can be in your team The proven formula of the One Page SOP Why should you have a briefing meeting first before starting a project Episode Resources Connect with Raul Hernandez Ochoa https://www.linkedin.com/in/dogoodwork https://dogoodwork.io/work-with-raul https://dogoodwork.io/podcast
If you are crushing your sales goals but still aren't seeing the profits you should, then you need to dive into your profit and loss income statement as it holds the key to where your profit is going! Let's discuss this great tool you have and how you can read it to learn where to look for those business profits! YouTube Videos Referenced in the Podcast:
The big money decisions you'll want to make early and how to decide between setting up a sole proprietorship, an LLC or a Sub S.When does it make sense to build processes to handle things like paying yourself and funding and paying taxes?What to ask your CPA and why you don't want to wait till year-end to get advice.When to look for longer-term, perhaps tax-advantaged opportunities for savings.How to think of and use your business profits now to build your desired legacy later on.Quotables“Usually the starting point is a sole proprietorship and you don't want to hang out there too long.”—EG“If you can't pay yourself what the IRS calls “reasonable compensation”…it's not time for you to be an S-corp yet.”—EG“I'm really big on paying yourself a consistent salary—not necessarily varying with your revenue stream—because with consultants, expertise businesses, coaching businesses, you get these roller coaster spikes of revenue.”—EG“Get a small refund or maybe owe a little bit…but we try to always avoid these four or five figure surprises that you're writing a check for in April.”—EG“There's a lot of relationships with CPAs where you're just sending them a packet of documents in February, and they're sending you back something in April, and you're either happy about it or sad about it.”—EG“My preference, especially for somebody in an expertise business where they're a soloist, would be to look at a solo 401k. You can only have a solo 401k if you and or your spouse are the only employees or owners of the business.”—EG“You say: ‘I can use this to change my trajectory or my lifestyle or my retirement plan. I could use this money I'm making in this business. And the more profit I make means that I could pay off my mortgage sooner.'”—EG“It's always good to have an out of tax season conversation with a CPA… And have somebody respond with ideas that you would have never thought of (or would have taken a lot of hours of research for you to get).”—EG“If you've noticed that you've acquired two more cars, a four Wheeler, three campers and a boat, it's probably time to start thinking about some tax advantageous ways that you can spend your money.”—EGLINKSErica Goode, CPA Erica's Newsletter sign-up
Walmart's Profits were down last quarter. If you think "ohhh too bad… Jimmy Walmart has to build a smaller summer mansion. What do I care?" Let's reconsider this. Walmart cash registers ring up 20-thousand dollars in sales per second. In the time it took Jeff to type that they ran up 100-grand. And there's another 100-grand. You get the idea? They have 5,000 stores chock full of - well - almost everything. And Eddie Elfbein from Crossing Wall Street says Walmart is a better barometer of the US Economy than all the government statistics. And here's what Walmart's earnings tell us. That middle and lower class Americans are already changing their shopping habit. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paul Jay discusses the manipulation of nationalism in the war in Ukraine, and the need for central planning and a form of socialism to face up to the climate crisis. Paul is interviewed by Reed Hoffman.
The longer a customer camps on your website and/or product listing, the more likely they are to buy the product. In this episode we explore ways to get your time-on-site increased, so you've got a better shot at making the sale. What you'll learn 10 Tips For Increasing Your Time On Site Why time on site and e-commerce conversion rate are tightly correlated. A recap of the conversion rate possibilities Frontier framework.
Did you know that you lose money when you stop after the initial sale? Our guests explain why and how reacquiring customers can increase your profitability.
Unless you've been living in a cave recently (and if you have, hit us up because we'd love to hear about that), you'll be aware that crypto has been on a wild (at the time of writing mostly downward) rollercoaster. As we've mentioned before, it is a volatile investment, especially when viewed short term. But today's show isn't about that. It's about how crypto can be - *insert an important ‘health warning' here: this is not advice, it's just thoughts and views - a practical way to fund other things, like buying a house, and even be set to be a relatively low ‘management threshold' investment, as today's guest did when she had a baby. Cathryn Lavery is well known in the entrepreneurial community as the CEO of Best Self which produces stylish and imaginative planning, goal setting and relationship journals. She talks to Dan about how a painful business break up, in part, lead her to create a practical course for those who want to learn more about investing in crypto, called ‘Zero to DeFi': “It was such an emotional drain for me. The crypto stuff, just learning about it and getting into it, was something exciting for me … I didn't even talk publicly about crypto. Because there's this vibe of scammy. Like how do you go from Best Self to talking about crypto …And then, at the end, I was like: screw it I'm just gonna start talking about this stuff. Because I think, as entrepreneurs, we get interested in different stuff. And so if I'm excited about working on something, then hopefully other people are excited about it as well”.
Equity markets remain volatile, but underlying economic fundamentals are not doing anything especially exciting. The trend towards slowing inflation and moderating growth remains intact. Some retailers have been talking of over-hiring workers, and inventory increases may have gone too far for some, but not in a way that suggests a major problem. Profits have been the main cause of US inflation over the past two years, so a lower inflation environment may bring profits into focus.
From a guy about to close his doors to 10Xing his profits! How did Stephan do it? That's what this podcast EP is ALL about. Despite having some kick-ass core values, this CEO was working himself DRY and taking no money home. Stephan had no idea what it cost to run a business, him and his team were applying a 20% margin on every single job and hoping for the best. Things like his: ✅ Profit breakeven margin. ✅ Overhead costs. ✅ Labor burden ✅ Operating costs. ✅ Hidden costs. Where all going unnoticed, the domino effect was he had no idea how much he was spending, and also no idea how much money he was(n't) making. In his own words "Most contractors DON'T know how to quote properly" and that's not sustainable. Taking the time to get a grip of his numbers not only 10X'd his profits, it also gave him back: ✅ Time for his family. ✅ A better perspective as a CEO (working ON the business instead of in the business and dropping the heavy lifting.) ✅ Knowledge of the tools that have optimized his profitability and quality. ✅ The right focus on HOW to grow his team (aka what personnel he needed. and many more things that have lifted ALL the weight off his shoulders these days. The truth is, that if you wanna scale your company you have to invest on it. Because he didn't know his numbers, like many other contractors, Stephane thought he couldn't afford it, that almost got him to bankruptcy. But once he learned otherwise, he was able to fill his pockets and put the remaining gains to work on the RIGHT areas of his business. Make sure you're subscribed to get the latest teachings and insights. Official Profit For Contractors Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKkxR_Dvwd8lGysAPhzYmWg Join Our FB Group (11000+ members) https://www.facebook.com/groups/498934880541178/ Follow Us On Instagram https://www.instagram.com/profitforcontractors/ Full episode available to listen on: Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-profit-for-contractors-podcast/id1504320346 Spotify: https://anchor.fm/profitforcontractors
Jim interviews Paul Moore from Wellings Capital and author of Storing Up Profits - Capitalize on America's Obsession with Stuff by Investing in Self-Storage ======================== About Paul Moore Website: www.wellingscapital.com Book: Storing Up Profits: Capitalize on America's Obsession with STUFF by Investing in Self-Storage https://amzn.to/3a3Dmoc Paul has founded multiple investment and development companies, appeared on HGTV, and completed over 100 commercial and residential investments and exits. He has contributed to Fox Business and The Real Estate Guys Radio and is a regular contributor to BiggerPockets, producing live video and blog content. Paul also co-hosted a wealth-building podcast called How to Lose Money and he has been a featured guest on over 200 podcasts. Paul is a three-time real estate author and BiggerPockets recently published his new book called Storing Up Profits - Capitalize on America's Obsession with Stuff by Investing in Self-Storage. Paul is the Founder and Managing Partner of Wellings Capital, a real estate private equity firm. Wellings Capital designates a portion of its profits to thwart human trafficking and rescue its victims. ======================== Jim Ross - The Self Storage Show & 3 Mile Storage Management The Ultimate Self Storage Management Playbook! This is the Most Incredible Free Gift Ever...Designed To Increase Leads, Rentals, and Revenue For Your Self Storage Business! https://www.3milestorage.com Click Here To Schedule A Time To Discuss 3 Mile Storage Management Services https://calendly.com/jimross/3milestoragemanagement ======================== Connect With Me Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/selfstoragecommunity Website: https://3milestorage.com/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-self-storage-show-with-jim-ross/id1387362783 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/selfstorageservices/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2bGLy48wzIus-1ncSNVM6g ======================== About Jim Ross I started out in the self storage industry as a self storage manager. I moved up and became a district manager. Eventually after many years in the self storage industry I knew I could use my knowledge and expertise to help owners skyrocket the value of their self storage investments. That lead me to create 3 Mile Storage Management. 3 Mile Storage Management offers self storage property management solutions for self storage facility owners that want to dominate their local 3 mile market. I enjoy proving value to the self storage industry through speaking at industry events, putting together virtual summits, hosting The Self Storage Show podcast, weekly newsletter and compiling much of the content and online events I've done into the The Ultimate Self Storage Management Playbook.
This week's Misfit Entrepreneur is Michelle Seiler Tucker. Michelle is the founder of Seiler Tucker Incorporated, a pre-imminent company for fixing, growing, buying, and selling businesses. Over 20 years, Michelle and her team have assisted in the buying and selling of over a thousand businesses. She is also a venture capitalist and two-time #1 best-selling author, speaker, TV, and radio host. Her latest book is called, Exit Rich and it's being hailed by everyone from Steve Forbes to Brian Tracy, Les Brown, Jack Canfield, and many others. Michelle has been featured everywhere from INC to Forbes to Entrepreneur and holds just about every certification possible in the M&A space. It's safe to say she is an expert in how to grow, sell, and buy businesses. And I've asked her to come on the show to go in depth in all those areas. www.SeilerTucker.com Get the book Exit Rich Michelle has always been an entrepreneur going back to when she was a kid. She did work at Xerox and climbed the ranks quickly, but she could not stay and had to pursue her entrepreneurial spirit. She went into franchise space. She had a lot of buyers that would ask to buy existing businesses instead of starting from scratch. She saw an opportunity and began providing these services. Nowadays, her firm specializes in selling, buying, fixing, and growing businesses. She also invests in businesses and helps guide them to maximize their value. What are the characteristics of a great business? It is an actual business and not a job. 80% of businesses will never sell – Steve Forbes. Most business owners don't build the proper infrastructure that allows the business to grow and scale without them. A great business maximizes the 6 P's: People, Processes, Product, Proprietary, Patrons, and Profits. A business is sellable when it has a sustainable, scalable, and predictable structure in place. Go in depth on the 6 P's. What do we need to know? 80% of businesses will never sell. Most business owners don't build their business to be sold and most are emotionally attached to it having created a glorified job for themselves. The business must work for the owner, not the owner for the business. The #1 reason businesses don't sell is because the business is completely dependent on the owner. People: You build people and people build the business. The right people in the right seats. As the who question? Who does what? What are the characteristics of that person? Product: Your product, industry, and service. A business must always innovate and market. You must constantly ask, “I am on the way up or the way out?” A business must have multiple revenue streams. What is your business best at? What business should you be in? Processes: This is where most businesses fail. You have to identify your processes, but most business owners do this wrong. They design their business processes around their own agenda – it needs to be around the customer agenda. Michelle gives a great example of this with medical clinics. Your process must be concrete and tested and wow your customers. Proprietary: This is the highest value P. Business that are under $1 million in EBITA will trade between 1-3x EBITA. If the EBITA is over $1 million, it starts at 5x and up. Proprietary is a number of things. Part of this is branding – the more value your brand has, the more your company is worth. Trademarks are valuable as well. They need to be registered Federally, not just in the state of the business. Trademark your products as well. Patents are important as well. Contracts are another value driver. Data is valuable. Patrons: Your customers. Customer concentration is something that does happen, but a business must be careful not to have the bulk of the revenue highly concentrated in a small number of clients. It is a risk. Diversify your client base and offerings to grow clients. Profits: Most companies are not making a profit. Lack of profits are not the problem, it is a symptom of not having the rest of the 6 P's. How does an entrepreneur plan their exit strategy from day 1? The worst time to sell your business is during a catastrophe or risk event. You want to sell your business at its height. You must have a realistic value of what your business is worth – not what you think it is worth. Follow the GPS exit model: Start with the end in mind. Plan your exit from the beginning. Know the destination before you begin the journey. (what is the goal to exit or sell the business for) Know where you are starting from. (what is the business worth today) Know who your buyers are. Build the company to sell from the beginning. What are the big mistakes entrepreneurs make in the sales process? Not hiring the right professionals to help you or trying to sell the business on your own. Get an experienced M&A advisor. Get the proper disclosures signed. Be careful selling to customers or employees. Go back to the 6 P's to maximize value. Make sure contracts, employee contracts/non-competes all buttoned up. Beware telling your employees and clients you are in a process. Don't negotiate outside of your M&A advisor. Anything else we should know? Don't ever divulge your customer list. Make sure you have a non-compete if a competitor is buying you. It's not what you know that gets you into trouble, its what you don't know. Many deals fall apart because of taxes. You have to pay taxes – don't not sell your business because of taxes. There are ways you can defer capital gains. Best Quote: 80% of businesses will never sell. The #1 reason businesses don't sell is because the business is completely dependent on the owner. Michelle's Misfit 3: Build your exit from the beginning. Use the 6 P's. People, Processes, Product, Proprietary, Patrons, and Profits It is hard to read the label from the inside of the bottle. You need an outsider's perspective. Get a mentor who has been down the road you want to travel. Do your best to have a balanced life of God, family, and work. Keep a 30-day journal and document things. 3 buckets. Bucket A are the things only you can do. Bucket B are the things that you are good at but should be delegated. Bucket C are the things you can outsource entirely. Show Sponsors Goldmining Inc. Ticker symbol: GLDG. Learn more at www.GLDGNews.com Kearny's Inside the Mind Podcast You can listen to the latest episodes of “Inside the Mind” on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts. Check out Inside the Mind today!
This week we had the pleasure of interviewing seasoned real estate developer, investor, broker, house flipper and podcast host Leka Devatha (@leka_devatha). Leka brings an infectiously positive energy to the investing world and has one of the most unique stories we've heard to date. Originally from India, Leka moved to the United States in her early 20s to pursue fashion merchandising. She quickly realized that corporate America wasn't for her, and that she needed to let her entrepreneurial spirit shine. Fast forward eight years and Leka is now working for herself, pursuing her passions, and making an incredible life for both herself and future generations of her family. Leka has done an incredible amount of real estate deals, including two that netted her over seven figures EACH. If you are looking for some positive energy and a little motivation for the week, make sure to give this episode a listen. It won't disappoint!-Cory and Ryan are now using RentRedi to help them manage their investment properties. RentRedi assists with client communication, rent collection, maintenance, and more. Visit the link below to learn more about RentRedi, and be sure to use promo code JUICEPOD to get 50% off. https://rentredi.com/?utm_source=theweeklyjuice&utm_medium=paid&utm_campaign=TWJ_Podcast.03.2021&utm_content=1-
Oil giant Aramco reports record first quarter as oil prices soarhttps://www.cnbc.com/2022/05/15/aramco-worlds-largest-company-reports-record-first-quarter-as-oil-prices-soar.html- Aramco not doing share buybacks like other oil companies. Awarding 1 share for every 10- increasing capacity to 13 million bpd by 2026/2027 but will they ever produce that much?- the longer Saudi Arabia fails to produce up to its OPEC quota the more people will believe they can't. Damaging narrative could push oil prices up more.Domestic flight bookings fell by 17% in April as air fares continued to risehttps://www.businessinsider.com/domestic-flight-bookings-fell-17-in-april-as-fares-continue-to-rise-2022-5- can't go anywhere for less than $700?!- will this crimp the economy and demand?Can China preserve both its economy and its zero-tolerance COVID-19 policy?https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2022-05-06/can-china-preserve-both-its-economy-and-its-zero-tolerance-covid-19-policy- Will China just never open up again?- Will it keep its people inside China?- Impact on Belt Road initiative. Tourism to places. What does it mean to US companies with offices in China?- How much of global oil demand is based on global travel between China and rest of world?Dr. Dean Foreman and API - highest quarter of US petroleum demand in history. but US economy contracted in Q1.- Tale of 1st 2 months and last 2 months. January and February were very high. Pulled back in March and April data shows big drop. 19.3 million bpd demand.- Biggest change is in intermediate products in petrochemicals. Consumer goods are slowing down. - Motor fuels and price repression: seeing some of that. gasoline demand has leveled off even though seasonally it should be going up. Distillate demands going down. Over $6/gallon for diesel in some states is causing fuel substitution.- Supply side: would suspect that given drilling activity increases should see more oil and did see that - increase of 100,000-200,000 bpd but NLGs went DOWN.- Demand outpacing supply, which didn't increase on whole.- Fewer DUCs, rig activity not increasing. Oil services costs are escalating.- All of this means need even more drilling activity to get back to 2019 production levels. Demand is back at 2019 levels.- Started year as net importer. But with Russia/Ukraine now having record pull for US exports. Crisis period with global refiners pulling oil and product out of US, adding to price pressure. Normally being an exporter is a good story, but when you are short on product that's bad for prices.- Trade is working great on West coast, but East coast not doing well because they generally trade products with Europe, and that's under pressure in Europe.- Historically has been very resilient system but unprecedented times and discontinuities and uncertainties about how much Russian crude is lost from market. - Likely we are seeing demand destruction. Summer driving season increase will be muted. But with airline prices up, people may drive more (fuel substitution).- lowest commercial crude oil inventories since 2014. normally through April 2022, year to date, you would be building up inventories as refiners draw on inventories to spool up for summer driving season. Average build over decade (excluding 2is 020) 40 million barrels. This year 1.8 million barrels. - SPR. DoE wants to replenish SPR soon. Signaling to market that starting in fall would like to replenish. Expect supply response. - EIA thinks less than 1 million bpd lost. But IEA saying as much as 3 million bpd lost by May.- Price reaction to uncertainty over how much Russian oil is lost to market.- If we release 180 million barrels from SPR over next several months will have lowest inventories since 1983.- Political reactions to high prices: NOPEC legislation (lift anti-trust legislation) Price controls (unlikely to get much political support), proposals to re-ban oil exports from US.- No US policies are supporting return to big production
Think you have what it takes to be a successful business owner? You might want to think again. Even if you have the perfect product and an unbeatable work ethic, there's one more factor you need to succeed: Ascension. The ascension system works by selling a customer a more expensive product or service than they were initially thinking of buying. Sounds simple enough, right? In theory, it certainly is; but in practice, there's more to it than that. Successfully executing an upsell requires finesse and strategic timing – you don't want to come on too strong and scare your customer away, but you also don't want to wait too long and lose the opportunity altogether. In this episode, we'll show you 3 Ways to Make Bigger Profits Using an Ascension System. You'll learn how to find the right products or services to offer your customers, how to present them in a way that's most likely to result in a sale, and what common mistakes you should avoid. In this episode of the Practice Acceleration Podcast you'll learn: What an ascension system is How does the ascension system work How to make bigger profits using the ascension system When done correctly, the ascension system can be a powerful tool for growing your business. So if you're ready to take your profits to the next level, this episode is for you. If you haven't listened to our previous episode telling you 3 Reasons Why Patients Drop Out, go back and check out Episode 239. P.S If you want to learn more tips about how to get new patients, chat to one of our expert coaches at practiceacceleration.com/meet and see how we can help you! Thanks so much for joining us this week. We hope you love it! Have some feedback you'd like to share? Leave us a review on iTunes! If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave an honest review for The Practice Acceleration Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are super helpful and greatly appreciated as it helps us expose this show to a wider audience- plus, we read each one of them!
Leaders shape the team, the business, the organization, and the community. To ensure that the team members are working harmoniously, we need good leaders. But what exactly are the characteristics of a good leader? For today's episode, Raul circles the topic around leadership. He talks about the three core pillars to effective digital leadership as well as the differences between a leader who just leads and a leader who inspires. He also touches the topic of communication, including the differences between horizontal and vertical communications. Highlights Three core pillars to effective digital leadership The purpose of communication The three buckets of communication The number one leech in digital teams What's the difference between horizontal and vertical communications The three benefits of combining both horizontal and vertical communications How you can decide how fast you want to grow and how fast you want to go as a leader The two types of people in fast-growing companies The number one measurement for a heroic leader The five pillars of heroic leadership Episode Resources Connect with Raul Hernandez Ochoa https://www.linkedin.com/in/dogoodwork https://dogoodwork.io/work-with-raul https://dogoodwork.io/podcast
Each week you work your butt off in your small business, only to get to the end of the month and wonder where the money went. Each day doing the same thing and getting the same result. So, the question becomes, “Why Aren't You Doing This….” _______________________________ The Badass Business Owner Podcast - TIPS for RUNNING A PROFITABLE SMALL BUSINESS _______________________________ Want to Help Support the Channel? Check Out the Badass Business Owner Tip Jar _______________________________ Want to Learn Your Business Numbers Better? Check Out this Affordable Course: Understanding Your Business Numbers _______________________________ Here are some popular videos I have on YouTube: HOW TO PRICE YOUR PRODUCTS CORRECTLY HOW TO PRICE YOUR SERVICES CORRECTLY HOW TO READ A PROFIT & LOSS STATEMENT _______________________________ YOUTUBE CHANNEL: BABO Learning for Badass Business Owners Want Badass Merch? – Click Here: Get Your Badass Business Owner Merch WEBSITE: BABOLearning.com _______________________________ FREE GUIDES / TOOLS FREE eGUIDE: 8 Steps to Earning $100,000 in Income in Your Small Business FREE eGUIDE: How to Read a Profit & Loss Statement FREE Start Up Guide for Starting a Business Free eBook: 10 Questions to Ask in Your Business Get Your FREE Business Health Check _______________________________ COURSES *** Understanding Your Business Numbers *** Start a Local Small Business _______________________________ ** Want to Help Support the Channel? The Badass Business Owner Tip Jar - ** DISCLAIMER on Affiliate Links: I occasionally will have some affiliate links & I do earn a small commission but at no cost to you. I only recommend companies or items that I believe will save you time, money or help make your business better ** DISCLAIMER: I am not an attorney, CPA, bookkeeper, insurance agent or financial advisor. My videos/podcast are for entertainment & educational purposes only and should not be construed as tax, legal, insurance or financial advice. Please seek out a qualified CPA, attorney, or specialist as needed. I'm sharing my experiences with my businesses and those I have worked for and/or helped coach. _______________________________ Local Small Business Owners are the Backbone of All of Our Communities! The Badass Business Owner Podcast is for Small Business Owners who are tired of living job to job but want to grow their business income & their personal income. In each episode, we discuss how to increase your profits, boost your sales, improve your processes and develop stronger teams. Learn more about pricing correctly, your business numbers & your profit and loss income statement WHO THIS CHANNEL IS FOR: small business owners who serve their local community, local small business owners, service based business owners, mobile businesses, brick and mortar businesses, handymen, landscapers, pool cleaners, cleaning services, carpet cleaners, window cleaners, ice cream shops, QSRs, restaurant owners, mechanics, plumbers, electricians, real estate agents, dog groomers, franchisees, tradesmen, medical, dentist, insurance, pet business owners, cake makers & those looking to increase profits, boost sales, improve processes and develop stronger teams. Entrepreneurs who want to make more money. Those who want to know their business numbers better! #BABOLearning #KnowYourBusinessNumbers #BadassBusinessOwnerPodcast
Most businesses fail to sell because they lack a good solid foundation and infrastructure. If entrepreneurs want to exit rich, they need to have the 5 Ps. They need People, Products, Processes, Proprietaries, Patrons, and Profits. Learn how to do all that with the author of Exit Rich and the Founder and CEO of Seiler Tucker Incorporated, Michelle Seiler Tucker. She holds the M&AMI (Mergers & Acquisitions Master Intermediary) title, as well as Certified Mergers and Acquisitions Professional (CM&AP) and Certified Senior Business Analyst (CSBA). Discover the top mistakes business owners make when handling their business. Know that you don't have to do everything by yourself. It's okay to hire people who are smarter than you. Join Dom Brightmon as he talks to Michelle about how to properly sell your business. Protect your IP, your clients, and your business today.
Molly Kinder, a fellow in Brookings Metro, discusses with host David Dollar her new report, “Profits and the pandemic” (co-authored with Katie Bach and Laura Stateler), which examines pay practices and financial outcomes during the pandemic-era of 22 of the nation's largest companies. Kinder notes that most of the large companies enjoyed record financial gains during the pandemic, and that while a few did provide workers with pay raises that exceed a living wage, most did not, and the modest wage gains workers did receive have been wiped out by inflation. Show notes and transcript: https://brook.gs/39SgeJ3 Dollar & Sense is part of the Brookings Podcast Network. Send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow us on Twitter at @policypodcasts.
Caryl Lane Our workscape has changed and how we interact and how work and relate to one another has changed. Most companies now have a hybrid of arrangement with their employees of working in the office and remotely. Leaders are challenged to keep a cohesive team together to meet and exceed their goals. Having the right strategies to do this is crucial for businesses to thrive. Our guest Caryl Lane is an expert in creating unstoppable hybrid teams for higher profits for companies. After several years of working for a Fortune 500 Company and 24 years of working with groups in the mental health sector, she decided to share her expertise with business leaders and their teams so they can double focus, on productivity and profits. She has now been a Certified Coach for ten years. She was born in Seattle and grew up multiculturally in South East Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. She is passionate about community, culture, and connection with people from many different ethnic backgrounds. In her spare time, she writes, gardens, and enjoys reading historical literature. She's passionate about world travel, loves music of all kinds, and especially enjoys loud rock concerts in outdoor venues! She lives in Seattle with her partner, John and they have two Dachshunds, Frankie and Soosie, and a cat named Bella. CONTACT email@example.com website: www.caryllane.com/strategy GIFT Complimentary Leadership and Team Analysis Strategy Session Book on the website: www.caryllane.com/strategy or email: firstname.lastname@example.org and write Gift from Emma's podcast in the subject line to schedule. MY CONTACT StressFreeRemodeling@gmail.com www.StressFreeRemodeling.com www.AuriemmaDesign.com MY GIFT Transform Any Home Into a Dream Home Home Guide with lots of ideas and cost estimates for the transformation. StressFreeRemodeling.com/Transform MY BOOK Homeowner's Guide to Stress-Free Remodeling Available on Amazon
Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Paul E. Marik bravely step forward and share the facts behind the research and studies on the medications being punished for use. This is a video you'll want to watch. Kory and Marik follow the money to answer the question, "Is the priority profits or patients?" Formed by leading critical care specialists in March 2020, the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) has developed highly effective treatment protocols that aim to prevent and treat COVID-19 at all stages of the disease. We are a 100% donor-supported 501(c)(3) non-profit organization — our work would not be possible without you. Your gifts help us expand our reach and share the latest research available, for the health and well-being of all. To donate online, click here: https://covid19criticalcare.com/network-support/support-our-work/ To follow FLCCC, click here: https://covid19criticalcare.com/follow-flccc-2/ To learn more about our protocols click here https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/ To register for weekly webinars, click here: https://geni.us/FLCCC_Webinar_Register To buy FLCCC gear, click here: https://supportflccc.store/
The New World of Personalization" Hello everyone and welcome to Hospitality Marketing the podcast, I am your host Loren Gray and this is episode #353 where each week we spend around 20 to 30 minutes sharing the most interesting tools, news, and techniques being used in marketing for the hospitality industry. We also do a quick recap of our weekly Live TV show “This Week in Hospitality Marketing” which also airs every Friday at 11:30 am Eastern US Time on the Hospitality Channel on TV.. SO let's get started; 00:01 — Our tools for review this week are; https://videoremix.io/ https://www.deepword.co/ https://www.synthesia.io/ 00:06— Our Technique this week is; "The New World of Personalization" 00:11 — News and Show Review Topic -- "Point of Sale Loans, Potential for Profits , or Problems ?" News -- https://www.cnbc.com/select/buy-now-pay-later-for-travel-what-to-know-/ Remember — you can find us on Google Play / Apple iTunes / iHeart Radio / Soundcloud / Stitcher / Spotify / Pandora / Tunein / Pocket cast / Breaker / ACast and the list goes on, 39 and counting to be exact. We're even on Amazon's Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri, Just ask to play “ The Hospitality Marketing Podcast" No matter which one you may use, if you like the show please rate us and leave a comment. That will help others find our content. Also if this is your first time hearing us, you can subscribe to our show on any of those 39 platforms as well. For an archive of all previous podcasts, you can go to hospitalitychannel.tv and don't forget our live video talk show that you can join and participate in every Friday at 11:30 Eastern US time, called "this week in hospitality marketing The live show". simply go to hospitaliltychannel.tv Thank You for the privilege of your time. Talk to you next week!
Everyone can find more profit in their business and who wouldn't love to know some tried and tested strategies to generate more with very little extra effort. Kevin Bees shares ways for you to generate more profit immediately. In this episode, you'll discover… 7 ways to find and generate more profit in your business. The Read more The post S12 EPISODE 9: How to stop leaking profits first appeared on Basic Bananas.
Oh you better believe I made a click bait title! But seriously our guest, Jay Mills and his company have and do repel off roofs to clean dryer vents among many other services. We chat business, coaching, and community throughout the podcast. Did you expect any less? NO you didn't! Ok So what else does Jay do? His company also replaces sections of dryer venting, finishes dry wall after a vent repair, and so much more! Jay is also co-founder of Dryer Vent Profits, a company that teaches others how to start, run, and scale a dryer vent service company. Dryer Venting is one of the single largest source of home fires in the country and the maintenance and cleaning of these vents is often missed or poorly done. It is so important if you are going to run a dryer vent cleaning company that you are well prepared to service your customers needs. So without further ado... Episode 47: An Interview with Jay Mills Co-Founder of Dryer Vent Profits! https://www.facebook.com/DryerVentProfits https://dryerventprofits.com **************************************************************** ServiceAllianceGroup.com https://linktr.ee/theappliancealliance https://Facebook.com/appliancealliancegroup https://Facebook.com/CSRalliancegroup **Affiliate Links to tools, help grow the podcast and give back to the community: mastersamuraitech.com 10% off any MST Course Promo Code: ApplianceAlliance HouseCall Pro Discount: Big savings on the first three months! https://housecallpro.grsm.io/g6lksbtxt37a Workiz: Grab your free 14-day trial + 20% off 3 months with our discount link! www.workiz.com/appliancealliance --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/service-alliance/support
We often hear data on how much bad hire costs you and your company. About 3x the person's annual salary. But how much did the interview process itself cost? For a startup to make a hire, the company spends about 73 total hours interviewing. With the most significant cost being 30 hours of the production team's combined time. And this is assuming that 6 people make it through a full interview to get to the hire. We have to ask ourselves, can we really afford to lose almost 4 days of productive activity to interview? Roughly $9,855 per role, not including candidate marketing or recruiting fees. As a small business, the answer is NO! Guest Bio: Rocky Lalvani of Profit Comes First, serves as Chief Profitability Adviser for business owners. He teaches them how to ensure they get paid and make profit a priority! As a certified Profit First Professional he implements Mike Michalowicz's Profit First System. Rocky started with nothing when his parents immigrated to the United States when he was two years old, and his parents were in their 40's. It was his parents' second time starting over in life as they moved here to experience the American dream. In spite of a lot of struggles and his mom passing away when Rocky was 7, he has been able to achieve financial and life success. Rocky loves to share his journey and inspire others to achieve their dreams even faster. Today we discuss: Why it is critical to understand what interviewing costs How to maximize your team's time with structure Challenges today? Employees are the major cost for the business Employee should provide a return for the business Return of Cost of person (taxes, unemployment) Inefficiency does not show up anywhere on the p&l Wealth is built on the balance sheet! Why is this important to the company? Costs to the company hiring Reduces morale Loose customer Nobody is tracking interview or training costs Hard costs that are very difficult to figure out As a client- doesn't want to do business with a company that hires wrong (leadership issue) Rick's Nuggets Team time waste! People who meet the team must be positioned properly Demonstrate strong leadership in protecting time How do we solve the problem? Mission values purpose This is the step most business owners skip! Or in their head, but no one else knows Hire to it Have to live it Hire in alignment with mission, values, purpose Not who you like Having a interview process Understanding the real cost Bad Hire- Employee does not provide any value Mistakes Morale for everyone else Lose clients/ client trust Example Costco vs. Sam's Gross profit / Total payroll including taxes For every $1 in payroll returns x$ in gross profit Measure & Know Need to be making at least 2X payroll It all comes back to leadership! We change the accounting formula of Sales - Expenses = Profit to Sales - Profit = Expenses. This ensures Profit comes first! (PS. It's not about money at all costs, people come before money!) Rick's Nuggets Values - most important Protect time costs Structure interview Each step is a decision Only progress value aligned, well positioned & accomplished people Decisions must have evidence to back Eliminate uncertaintyAssign interview questions Prepare all for success Key Takeaways that the Audience can plug into their business today! (Value): Is mission vision purpose written down & do your employees know it? Cost of a bad hire for you? How much profit do your employees bring you? Guest Links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rocky-lalvani/ Company: https://profitcomesfirst.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/profit-comes-first/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rockylalvani Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/richersoul/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/richer.soul/?hl=en Blog: http://richersoul.com/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/profit-answer-man-implementing-the-profit-first-system/id1508245322 Host Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-girard-07722/ Company: https://www.stridesearch.com/ Authored: "Healing Career Wounds" https://amzn.to/3tGbtre HireOS inquiry: email@example.com Podcast: https://www.hirepowerradio.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeEJm9RoCfu8y7AJpaxkxqQ/featured Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rick.girard.5 Twitter: https://twitter.com/rick_girard?lang=en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rickgirard1/?hl=en Show Sponsor: www.stridesearch.com
Paul Webb is an Energy Expert and Technical Adviser with 40 years' experience helping businesses understand how to manage their energy consumption and implement strategic ways to reduce monthly/yearly costs. You'll love his stories and his in-the-trenches approach which incorporates all stakeholders of an organization, from the boardroom to the shop floor, and educates and motivates people to achieve the organisation's goals and targets. He's one of my favourite global energy experts on more than just energy savings, which is why I invited Paul as a mentor to our SunCast Tribe clients and collaborate with him often. Tune in to get tips on saving energy as well as growing your audience & influence online. Paul has a breadth of experience to share from and you won't be disappointed. If you want to connect with today's guest, check out the https://mysuncast.com/suncast-episodes/ (show notes) over on the blog. SunCast is presented by https://www.mysuncast.com/sungrow (Sungrow), the world's most bankable inverter brand. You can learn more about all the sponsors who help make this show free for you, here: https://www.mysuncast.com/sponsors (www.mysuncast.com/sponsors) Remember you can always find the resources and learn more about today's guest, recommendations, book links, and more than 470 other founder stories and startup advice athttps://www.mysuncast.com/ ( www.mysuncast.com). You can connect with me, Nico Johnson, on https://www.twitter.com/nicomeo (Twitter), https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickalus/ (LinkedIn) or email.
In today's edition of ecom vault, we show you a business selling eyewear and sunglasses! They advertise well, have great high-quality images, a credible well-built store, and are doing many things that people in the e-commerce dropshipping world can learn from. This is a great business for anybody to model and I would invite all of you to watch this video and implement what you learn.▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Get The Best Selling Book ‘Ecommerce Empire' For FREE: https://ecommerceempirebuilders.com/book WATCH NOW 7-Figure Ecom Masterclass: http://bit.ly/funnel-class-yt Have Us Build & Launch Your Entire Ecommerce Business: https://bit.ly/BuildMyFunnel-YT FREE Empire Builder Bonuses: https://youtu.be/QknqB0dpDKc Sign Up For StoreFunnels (Website+Funnel Builder): https://www.storefunnels.net▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
On today's show Dan and Ian are reaching into the mailbag to reflect on some topics that listeners have asked about. These include an update on the incredible response to our upcoming DCBKK, things to consider when thinking about business models, and how to manage your net worth without hurting your brain: “I have been guilty in the past of overcomplicating my financial process with too many credit cards, too many bank accounts, too many clever tax manoeuvres, and I would have been much better off to keep it super, super simple'.
On this episode of the Scaleup Valley podcast, Mike Dias speaks with David Pohlmann, CEO & CO-Founder at Billbee. Key Takeaways: How to attract talent with a great culture What is the ‘happy profit' concept? How to combine growth with profitability? Going from a 40-hour workweek to a 30-hour one How to balance speed and timing
In this episode, Susie Carder shares explosive value bombs about maximizing our businesses and what matters most in life. She talks about lessons growing up in a large family and how that led her to become a serial entrepreneur. She tells her story of training people in the beauty industry, which started her on a path of coaching. She talks about the importance of mapping out our business with the right clients. We discuss the heart-wrenching tale of losing $10M and how important simplicity is in business. We talk about keys in selling a business as well as optimizing positive energy in our lives - that our net worth can't exceed our self worth. She talks about how money is energy and creation. She shares how to make business fun and starting with why. Learn more at SusieCarder.com and pick up her Power Your Profits book here!
Welcome to the podcast Cleaning Nation! Today on the podcast, we have Mike chatting with Nicole. Nicole started ‘Beyond the Dust' in 2018 in Anna, Texas. She is a growing company who is interested in increasing her profit margins. Listen in as she and Mike talk about the importance of asking the right questions to get you the right answers, and how to really hone in on profit in a way that bests serves both you and your clients. 3:33 Getting Clear on What Profit is and Isn't 11:30 What to Do When Revenue is Low 14:23 Knowledge Doesn't Matter if it Doesn't Inspire Action Love the idea, but find it overwhelming? Want to learn the next steps like, what to actually say on the call? Jump on a call with one of our coaches and learn strategies on how to grow your cleaning company and start loving your job every day! Book here
Here are the things to expect in the episode:Why is having an emotional connection with your customers important?How can micro-events help businesses grow?Why should you hire a business coach?What are the benefits of micro-event marketing?How do you successfully plan for a virtual and in-person micro-event?And much more! About Maria:Maria Gudelis, the "OG" of hosting wildly profitable micro-content events, lover of travel, fun, people, and butter pecan ice cream! Proud to be a Canadian and Western MBA grad. She first did the "corporate stint", and she started an online hosting company in 2000. Since then, her past "super cool stuff" includes being co-founder of Wildhorse Performance Marketing, Forum for Women Entrepreneurs, Venture Capitalist, raising millions for her and other software companies, and for the last decade helping over 30,000 people create an online marketing strategy and execution plans that create PROFITs with PURPOSE. Connect with Maria Gudelis!Website: https://www.iampossiblenow.com/casestudyfreebiePodcast: https://www.iampossiblenow.com/carinapodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/mariagudelisfanpage/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/enrollmoreclientsmoreimpactandprofitsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mariagudeliscoaching/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cmariagudelis/ Connect with Carina Hatton!Website: https://www.knittedbelle.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/growyourboutique5 Day ECom Bootcamp: https://onlineboutiquecoaching.com/Free 10 Step Checklist To START, GROW & SCALE Your DREAM eCom Store™: https://pages.onlineboutiquecoaching.com/checklist-8293
The 5 Soulfluent® Leadership ArchetypesAired Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at 11:00 AM PST / 2:00 PM ESTThere is another way to lead in your business. If the old model of, “Work hard and follow a ‘tried-and-true' template and you'll get results,” has you feeling out of alignment, then join us to learn how giving your soul a chance to show you the path to true success and empowered leadership can create lasting congruence and freedom.About the Guest:Priscilla Stephan is an Intuitive Business Strategist and creator of the Soulfluent® Leadership Archetypes who helps soul-driven women entrepreneurs create sustainable, world-changing businesses that support the greater good. Through a powerful combination of practical business strategy together with soul guidance in the Akashic Records, she excels at helping people identify their zones of genius, step into powerful leadership, and live their purpose profitably.Priscilla's holistic and pragmatic approach to business and leadership allows her clients to live their dream lifestyle while confidently sharing their soul's work to make a big impact and increase their profit and growth. She is the author of the book Soulfluent® Leadership Business Guide: Amplify your Message, Visibility and Profits by Leveraging your Archetype that supports leaders to stay grounded in their vision and primed to lead themselves and their organizations boldly into the future with confidence, courage and sustainable growth.To discover your Soulfluent® Leadership Archetype and how it can help you lead more powerfully by embracing your natural leadership style visit https://priscillastephan.com.Social Media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Priscillastephancom-201595603238089/Twitter: http://www.twitter.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/priscillastephanPinterest: http://wwww.priscillastephan.comVisit the Inspired Conversations show page https://omtimes.com/iom/shows/inspired-conversations/Connect with Linda Joy at https://www.linda-joy.com/#SoulfluentLeadershipArchetypes #PriscillaStephan #InspiredConversations #LindaJoySubscribe to our Newsletter https://omtimes.com/subscribe-omtimes-magazine/Connect with OMTimes on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Omtimes.Magazine/ and OMTimes Radio https://www.facebook.com/ConsciousRadiowebtv.OMTimes/Twitter: https://twitter.com/OmTimes/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omtimes/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2798417/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/omtimes/
Have you ever had someone tell you, “I'd love to pick your brain,” and you spend valuable time giving them free advice which they ultimately ignore? On today's episode, host Roland Frasier talks about why he's done handing out his wisdom for free. It's not because he's greedy or snobby. It's because he's shrewd and it's better for the other person in the long run as well. He's learned from experience that humans rarely follow through—unless they have skin (i.e., money) in the game. He did 42 four-hour consults in 2020 for $25k each. Not a bad deal, but he has no plans to become a consultant. “No matter how high your hourly price,” he says, “it's still dollars for hours. You're still a dancing bear.” No, he's doing it because he wants equity in deals. And he's been racking up that equity as well. Listen in to find out how you can increase your profits without giving up your time. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN: What's included in the automated text Roland sends to anyone asking for advice Why Roland raised his consult fee from $18k to $25k How you can elevate your credibility which leads to more equity deals What barbell investing is and why Roland is a fan LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: https://scalable.co/epic-challenge/ (EPIC Challenge) https://www.amazon.com/Antifragile-Things-That-Disorder-Incerto/dp/0812979680/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=anti+fragile+book&qid=1651699366&s=books&sprefix=Anti+fragil%2Cstripbooks%2C85&sr=1-1 (Antifragile) OUR PARTNERS: https://scalable.co/7-levels-assessment/?utm_source=business-lunch&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=lead-gen (7 Steps to Scalable workbook) Get a free proposal from https://conversionfanatics.com/ (Conversion Fanatics) Get 3% cash back on your ad spend with https://www.funneldash.com/adcard (AdCard) https://yourzerodownbook.com (Get my book, Zero Down, FREE) Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Business Lunch? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/perpetual-traffic-by-digital/id1022441491?mt=2 (iTunes) and leave us a review! Mentioned in this episode: Get Roland's Training on Acquiring Businesses! Discover The EXACT Strategy Roland Has Used To Found, Acquire, Scale And Sell Over Two Dozen Businesses With Sales Ranging From $3 Million To Just Under $4 Billion! https://business-lunch.captivate.fm/epic (EPIC Training)
This episode is inspired by an excellent question a coach asked me. And I love answering your questions so ask away. You can ask me easily from my website contact page. Start by finding the full transcript for this episode at prosperouscoach.com/178 and then enjoy all the resources waiting for you there.The simplest, least expensive business model for coaches is to offer a high-ticket one-to-one VIP Signature Program geared towards helping your target audience solve the big problems that have been in the way of achieving their big goal.Oh, how I wish I had started my coaching business this way in 1997 when I finished certification! It would have saved so much frustration. I would have earned more faster and not wasted so much money trying all sorts of other business models.2 Big Mistakes Coaches Make That Are Easy to FixThe two biggest mistakes I see new coaches make are:1. They aren't serving a big enough problem, which keeps the coach from earning enough.2. They offer too many options to prospects, which keeps the coach from earning profits. They run themselves ragged trying to enroll clients and lose profits because their expenses are high.There's a difference between revenue – the total of all your sales – and profit, which is what's left after expenses and taxes are subtracted from the revenue. You want to be focusing on profits so you can use that as you'd like to for you and your family. I would love to save you from making those 2 mistakes that I made in my coaching business.If you haven't heard them yet, I recommend you listen to 2 earlier episodes -- Episode 65 – Are You Solving A Big Enough Problem In Your Coaching Business? and Episode 66 – How to Describe Your Coaching Program Without Selling Coaching.The business model I recommend to my clients is the model I have for my own business now. Profits are high, expenses are low and I work with clients only 3 days per week. That means I have a lot of discretionary time.With this simple business model:· You don't need big coordinated marketing campaigns or to be an influencer on social media.· You don't need a Virtual Assistant to help you with all the tasks because admin is minimal. · You don't need a bunch of software programs with monthly fees.Your business can be simple, delightful, fun and relaxed.Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying that building a coaching business with this business model is easy. There are lots of things to learn. Lots of tasks to pull the foundation together. It starts with choosing a viable target audience and doing interviews to learn what they want so much they'll invest highly to get it.But all of that also gets YOU ready to serve them in a way that will also serve you. There are mindset and habit shifts to make to help you charge high-ticket prices. I love to help coaches with that.Complex Business Models Mean a More Complex LifeLearn more about the simplest business model for coaches and why 'passive' revenue is anything but passive.
I quickly noticed a pattern after building a team. Whenever one of our acquisitions rep's revenues dipped, so did their number of calls. So we've been tracking the number of daily calls each our acquisitions team members make ever since. And should, too. It's one of the best predictors of FUTURE INCOME! In today's NLREI... Read More
Show Notes Where and What Women Create magazines have been a big influence in my world, and Jo Packham is the visionary behind them. I can't contain my excitement for this week's episode! Leader and visionary, Jo Packham, has been such an inspiration to me from when I first started my business. Her magazines opened a whole new world of what's possible for me, so this interview means the absolute world! I know you will love it too. Being in her 44th year of business, Jo has been through and seen a lot — she shares hard truths about her business journey and the rough road it can be. She started with a simple retail store creating beautiful, curated magazines that rank extremely well among the highest honored and ranked in both subscriptions and on newsstands. In this episode, we'll discuss how Jo knew that the creative business life was for her and all of the ups and downs that come along with it. She's built and fostered an amazing community of loyal customers (including me!), surrounded herself with trustworthy people, and shown strength and confidence in everything she does.This is an episode you do NOT want to miss! “Wherever you are on your journey… Take Notes. Keep Notes. Take lots of pictures and travel safely.” - Jo Packham A Special Giveaway just for you! One of the Creative Shop Talk's lucky listeners will receive a FREE subscription to Jo's What Women Create magazine! To enter: Watch for the IG CONTEST post with the contest details here on my IG page: https://www.instagram.com/wendybatten.biz/ Not on IG? Or want an extra chance to win? Just send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject Line: What I create Tell me a quick story about your shop and we'll enter you in the contest! Good luck! Full show notes at https://wendybatten.com/106/
Welcome to the podcast Clean Nation! Today, we have Mike chatting with Tom and Brandy Clements. They have been in our Next Level program for about six months now. When they came to us, they weren't really profitable and had a lot of monthly clients which was lowering their profits. Listen in as they chat with Mike about how much things have improved for them and what they have done that has really made the difference. 2:11 What Needed to Change 2:57 The First Changes They Made 12:48 A 900% Increase in Profit Love the idea, but find it overwhelming? Want to learn the next steps like, what to actually say on the call? Jump on a call with one of our coaches and learn strategies on how to grow your cleaning company and start loving your job every day! Book here
Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 1339 published last December 4, 2019. Jason Hartman begins today's show discussing something he has been promising for a while, which is the P vs PC balance. You can't go full P(production) or full PC (production capacity), you have to find a balance. Just like, as investors, we have to find a balance between action and education. Then we have a clip from one of Jason's speeches at Profits in Paradise where he discusses the 3 forms of power. Key Takeaways: 3:19 Social mobility is still possible but it's harder than ever before 6:13 A clip from the Amazon documentary "Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream" 14:08 The P vs PC balance 20:02 Quit getting ready and go Profits in Paradise Live Clip: 24:41 The 3 forms of power 31:33 Think of ways you can use technology to improve your real estate business Website: www.JasonHartman.com/Properties Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN https://twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI https://www.instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Learn More: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business - Free course: JasonHartman.com/Deals Free White Paper on The Hartman Comparison Index™: https://www.hartmanindex.com/white-paper Listen to The Creating Wealth Podcast: https://www.jasonhartman.com/podcast/ Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Free Class: Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else http://JasonHartman.com/Fund Free Report on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit www.JasonHartman.com Guided Visualization for Investors: http://jasonhartman.com/visualization Find us on other video platforms: Rumble: https://www.jasonhartman.com/rumble BitChute https://www.jasonhartman.com/bitchute Odysee https://www.jasonhartman.com/odysee Jason Hartman Extra: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0qQ... Real Estate News and Technology: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPSy...
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Today's show challenges bootstrapped entrepreneurs to think about lessons they can draw from high-income private equity funded business, especially about structured forward planning and accountancy. But it also covers what lessons PE funded companies could learn from the other side of the tracks. This week's guest is Jason Long, a valued member of the DC community, well known for being always open to sharing the highs and lows of his long experience of founding agencies, creating Software as a Service businesses and, most recently, from accepting a job as a ‘turnaround CEO' for a private equity group. He talks to Dan about how the devastating effects on his agency of the 2008 financial crash caused him to diversify his portfolio, and the pros and cons of that decision. Plus why working with a multimillion PE firm has enhanced his experience both as a leader and entrepreneur: “This is a team that had been passed from CEO to CEO, from leader to leader, who just had failed them over and over and over again .. And so when I came in, I said, ‘I'm not gonna I'm not gonna fire anybody' .. And I brought in a lot of methods to make sure that there was transparency with the top level all the way down to the frontline workers .. so everybody felt like they were knowledgeable about where the company was going. And I felt like that made a huge difference in the trust”.
Welcome to this version of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast! I am excited to bring you another replay of my Facebook Live Question and Answer sessions. I just started doing these live forums in April and they are going so well and I am getting such great feedback and questions, I thought I would share them here on the podcast. Especially for those people that are unable to join us live, this will provide an opportunity to hear the awesome questions I am fielding about business, taking risks, real estate, and so much more! Some of the questions have been very real estate specific, but others have been general business questions, like asking about overcoming fear in order to get started and how to successfully scale. I have also received more personal questions like how I decided real estate investing was right for me and the steps I took to get my business off the ground. This presentation is the live Q&A that I did the week of April 20th and each Thursday we will offer you another chance to take advantage of listening to the answers to our guests' fabulous and compelling questions! Don't miss this new episode of the Just Start Real Estate Podcast! Notable Quotes: “Entrepreneurial loneliness is one of the biggest pitfalls of being an entrepreneur.” “The absolute best remedy for entrepreneurial loneliness is joining a mastermind.” “You have to surround yourself with people who are in the same relative situation as yourself.” “The mistake people often make, and it can cost them a ton of money, when they are lonely is to partner with someone.” “You feel like you have someone in the trenches with you - until it goes wrong.” “Don't feel like your acquisition manager needs to have real estate experience. They don't.” “MAO stands for Maximum Allowable Offer.” “Mortgages and promissory notes are two documents that you must have when you have lenders involved in purchasing a property.” “You should be buying properties inside of an entity, an LLC.” Links: 7 Figure Investor 7 Figure Flipping Return on Investments Just Start Real Estate JSRE on Facebook Mike on Facebook Mike on Instagram Mike on LinkedIn Mike on Twitter Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months