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Kevin Hunter and Jeffrey O'Brien hash out the importance of a well-thought out business plan. Now why would a lawyer need to be a part of your business plan? Tune in to find out why. Jeff has been a part of many start up businesses and can give you not only great advice but an advantage to having a legal guide in your business plan.
Why Jeff? Because DIY = SOL.
Join Kevin Hunter and Jeff O'Brien as they discuss why properly organizing a business entity is so important, especially if the worst happens. A little paperwork goes a long ways. Remember, D-I-Y = S-O-L, so be careful, do yourself a favor, and get business counsel.
Today's 5 Minute Business Strategy with business expert, Howard Lewinter, talks about: To Succeed: Study Business Failure As Much As Business Success.
Howard Lewinter advises CEOs, presidents, founders and business owners throughout the United States to more success and greater profit with practical advice and creative solutions to help business flow.
Welcome to The Business Forum Show! Join Kevin Hunter, David Ford, Allyson Lindstrom, and Jeff O’Brien weekdays on Blog Talk Radio.
On TBFS Radio, we get it that succeeding in business is not easy. We know 96% of the 1,000,000 new business start-ups each year will not see a 10 year anniversary. While that statistic sound daunting, it shouldn't stop you from stepping out on your journey with confidence. Why? Because by following our show and gaining the necessary knowledge, your chances for success multiply many times. So join us daily on TBFS Radio as we discuss goals and objectives in business, strategic game planning, and help you understand how to have the mindset of a champion.
Would you like to be on our show? We feature guests in 3 ways: in one of our Minneapolis-St. Paul studios, via Skype connection, or call-in. Have questions or comments? Email email@example.com or call The Business Forum Show today at 763-267-7260.
Join professional musican Earl and professional artist Hannah in a frank discussion on having businesses of passion, navigating our successes and our failures.
What is a business of passion? A buisness of passion typically refers to a business that is creative based. This thought could include artists of all kinds. Painters, Musicians, Photographers, Writers, Professional Bloggers, Beauticians, Coaches,Chefs, Healers and so on. But it also includes everyone who is an entrepreneur in our opinion. Passion is a vital ingrediant to being successful in any business. So is a plan of success.
We call ourselves "business hippies" which actually started as a joke in our home. Truth be told the term "hippie" was not one that either of us really thought of as defining or even desirable. But! Once we learned the value of aligning our internal core values with our work choices we ended up in a space where we were almost forced to rebuild our businesses to reflect what was important to us, which were very simple living, rooted values. Sooo the term "business hippie" became a title that we now love to hold!
Tune in and share with us your thoughts on having businesses of passion, discuss how you are planning your success to include corevalues such as love, joy, family time and so on. Hear some stories about our journey to alignment with our core values which brought us a ton of success and challanges and share with us how your journey is coming along.
First person to call in or chat in will win a prize this week!
CEOs, business owners, entrepreneurs: If you want more success... more profit... and less stress... then listen to business expert, Howard Lewinter, for business strategies and tips to improve and grow business.
Today's 5 Minute Business Strategy: Is Failure Avoidable In Your Business?
Talk business with Howard on Twitter! @HowardLewinter
Shannon Bowen Smed was born an entrepreneur. Her mother, Laverne Bowen, founded BOWEN in 1974 and Shannon grew up in the business. She honed her skills in a variety of roles within the company including administration, recruiting, sales and marketing, human resources, and operations. In 1996, Shannon became BOWEN's President and CEO and under her leadership, the company has flourished, growing in size and service offerings while staying true to its commitment to help organizations find great people and people find great organizations.
Today, BOWEN is considered the contract manager of choice within the energy sector and provides customized workforce solutions to meet the ever-changing needs of its diverse client base, which includes 60 per cent of the Fortune 500 companies. The company is well-known for attracting top quality candidates and providing talent management across a broad spectrum of roles and industries.
Shannon suggests that one of the key components of the company’s success is in understanding “...that we can’t be great at all things...we can grow the business so far with pure talent and determination...” But she acknowledges that there comes a point when as a business owner, it is essential to get help or support where it’s needed.
Join us as we discuss business opportunities that turn failure into success. You can read Shannon Bowen Smeds' article in our latest Brighter Business Empower Magazine HERE.
Visit www.bowenworks.ca for more information on Shannon and BOWEN.
When you're starting a new business, the last thing you want to focus on is failure. But if you address the common reasons for failure up front, you'll be much less likely to fall victim to them yourself.
According to statistics published by the Small Business Administration (SBA), seven out of ten new employer establishments survive at least two years and 51 percent survive at least five years. This is a far cry from the previous long-held belief that 50 percent of businesses fail in the first year and 95 percent fail within five years.
Better success rates notwithstanding, a significant percentage of new businesses do fail. Expert opinions abound about what a business owner should and shouldn't do to keep a new business afloat in the perilous waters of the entrepreneurial sea. There are, however, key factors that -- if not avoided -- will be certain to weigh down a business and possibly sink it forevermore.
We've all heard stories of multimillionaires who've lost it all and gained it back in a short time. Good for them, right? At one point in our lives, we've all experienced some level of failure. It's a fact of life. How you handle the repercussions of that failure is the key to your success or continued demise.
Dominick Domasky is no stranger to failure. After quitting his job to pursue his dream, he found himself half a million dollars in debt, jobless and wanted by the law for reasons pertaining to business. To top it off, his wife was pregnant with their first child. His journey to failure and back again has taught him some very valuable lessons.
Join Adam and Dominick and learn the steps to take to pick yourself up, dust yourself off and rise above failure.
The 6th Annual Business Explosion is Thursday, January 29, 2015. This is one of the first business events in North San Diego county. From 2pm to 6pm you can mix and mingle with other business owners in North County. There are also various speakers, exhibitors and plenty of networking.
There are also exhibitors that may have the resources you and your business need to really explode this year. So, let's dig in for a short show on what BOOM! The Business Explosion is all about.
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