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Join Johnnie and Daniel as they tackle a topic that is gaining more and more traction in the small and large business market place. Why is mediation important, how do you start and does it really help. Studies show that taking just a few minutes a day to reflect can have long lasting results for your health and business. Tune in for this dynamic discussion, you won’t want to miss!
Failure. We all try to avoid it but sometimes it is our best teacher. Serial entrepreneur, info product marketer, speaker and coach, Heather Havenwood shares some of her best entrepreneurial lessons with us during our interview. She'll share some timeless entrepreneurial secrets that she has discovered and we'll explore the question: What is the number one thing that business owners do NOT do at the start of the creation?
Getting Testimonials From Your Customers. It’s an age-old tactic that’s been working in marketing for decades. Why? Because it gives potential customers a reassurance that your product or service actually does what you claim it does.
Testimonials are so effective that when a visitor lands on a testimonials page, they may be close to 200% to 300% more likely to convert into a lead. On top of that, those leads are more likely to convert into a paid customer. So how do you go about getting testimonials and, more importantly, the right ones?
We are covering that, and we have easy steps to get those reviews coming in... oh, and about those fat cheetahs...
When writing a business plan proposal, It doesn’t matter whether you’re just starting up or if you’ve been in business for decades, as a business owner you should have a road map for your business in the form of a business plan.
In this episode we will discuss:
Why Business Planning is important
How to prepare a proposal
Components of a Proposal
Exactly WHEN and HOW do you delegate important tasks in your business? Its not just a matter of trust and confidence. Rather, it involves some interesting give and take on your part, as well as a willingness to understand who is best suited for a particular task--not merely who's presently available to take it on. Join Steve, Bill and Rick to explore these helpful alternatives for growing a healthy business.
Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com
Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
Women how a difficult time finding balance between their busy lives with family, business, careers and having time for needs. Most women take a back seat to their the other priorities which causes a lot of stress in our day-to-day lives. This episode will discuss ways to handle everyday stressful situations and will change your mindset so that you view the stress in a positive way instead of a negative one. Stress is the number one factor with heart disease, and heart disease is the number one factor leading to women's death.
The critical steps to building a sustainable sales process can elude entrepreneurs regardless of whether you’re in start-up mode and sales is not your area of expertise, or whether you’re in business for a while and looking to grow your customer base.
Here to help explain the process, the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make, and how to solve them is Mr. Jim Joyce, President of Sales Partners Inc. where he helps companies, institutions and individuals work effectively and efficiently to achieve their greatest sales potential.
Jim is a Certified Master Sales Trainer and prior to forming Sales Partners, held a number of very senior sales management positions for companies with annual revenue ranging from over $20B to less than $5MM, AND was able to achieve his sales targets over 90% of the time. That’s a remarkable success rate.
In addition to the fine work Jim does through Sales Partners Inc., he also coaches and judges business programs at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, and conducts seminars and classes for Technical Community Colleges in N.C., Chambers of Commerce, Professional Organizations and private industry.
This episode is proudly sponsored by the Legal Leverage® Academy, the education division of Business M.O., LLC