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The inaugural episode of "The Bootstrap Businessmen" focuses on how the hosts, Dale L. Roberts and Kevin S. Allen, started and succeeded in their individual business ventures. Both men created different business models that required little to no money, proving you do not always need money to make money. They cover a bit of their backgrounds and what establishes them as authorities in starting a company with little financial support.
The primary things needed in a business startup is time, resilience, resourcefulness, and good old-fashioned elbow grease to accomplish anything. Furthermore, when you do not have a boss to answer to, or a time clock to punch, being a bootstrap entrepreneur affords you more freedoms than the average blue collar worker.
Tune into the first episode to learn more about Dale L. Roberts' and Kevin S. Allen's experience. Moreover, leave with a better sense that if two schmucks from Attica, Ohio, can make it, so can you!
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Love, Trust, &Communication are all very important components of a successful relationship…but nothing is more important than prayer. Please join Courtney Hollins and I on “The Dedan Tolbert Show” LIVE TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for an in depth analyzation of the box office smash, “War Room” and a discussion on how to build and maintain a successful marriage. Feel free to call in with questions/comments to 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “REAL Radio that Matters for Over 10 Years” #RRTM
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
FitVine Wine was born when friends and athletes, Zach, Tom and Mark discovered that they could make amazing wines that also fit their healthy lifestyle. Our wines have no residual sugar, higher concentrations of antioxidants and less sulfites. We double filter the wine and cold stabilize it to remove impurities. We perform an extended fermentation of 10-14 days to optimize pH levels so there's no added sugar no additives and less sulfites needed. Too many wines today are loaded with unnecessary sugars, additives, and impurities. Our goal is to bring high quality wines to the active community that they can trust!
Robby is the Owner of CrossFit Reach located in Acton, MA, one of the largest boxes in the state. In addition to running a successful gym and business, Robby has taken his love of CrossFit and helping people improve in their athletics and has started a successful online business where he coaches athletes from all over the World from as far away as Brazil, Pakistan and Australia while helping thousands of other athletes improve in their CrossFit skills through his programs. Robby also runs Chalk And Steel, a successful blog dedicated to providing coaching tips and articles to help athletes improve their performance and workouts.
On today's show, we are going to learn about an artist’s mentoring group. We have a great story about how five artists have formed a wonderful group that has led to a new friendships, facebook page, art shows and international trips. Join us as my co-host Carrie Waller and I welcome Maria Bennett Hock, Helen Beacham, Debra Keirce, and Kim Minichiello. You won’t want to miss this show!
Denise Griffitts Interviews Aaron Walker
Aaron Walker is, without question, a veteran entrepreneur. Starting his first business at 18, and selling to a Fortune 500 company nine short years later, demonstrates Aaron’s passion for success. Unwilling to rest on past success alone, Aaron started, bought, and sold eight successful companies over the past 36 years.
Having a strong desire for personal development has kept Aaron in a weekly mastermind group for more than a decade with Dave Ramsey, Dan Miller, Ken Abraham, and seven other notable Nashvillians.
Pursuit of Excellence:
For 19 years and counting, Aaron has taken classes from and has been coached personally by his friend, financial guru, Dave Ramsey. Spiritual mentors David Landrith and Bob Warren have impacted his spiritual life beyond measure. Two other disciplined mastermind groups, 48 Days led by friend Dan Miller and The Torch have played a role in his understanding of how to live a significant, successful life. Aaron incorporates education and learning opportunities into his daily routine, remaining informed of the latest tools and trends available.
It only took a few years as a partner with David Patton Construction LLC for Aaron to help take the business from doing one to two projects per year to a multi-million dollar company, voted number one builder for three consecutive years by Nashville's House & Home & Garden Magazine's People's Choice Awards. He sold his retail business to Cash America USA, a Fortune 500 company.
Today, Aaron spends the majority of his time helping men grow in success and significance as President and Founder of View from the Top, a premier life and business coaching resource.
Step 1. Plan Your Campaign
This is probably the most involved step. However, if you do this right, it will definitely pay off.
Have a clear purpose and strategy
What do you want out of this campaign? Do you want more likes or followers? Do you want people to opt into your list?
How will this campaign affect your business? How may this campaign affect your business both positively and negatively?
How will this campaign affect your potential and current customers? You are building a relationship with potential customers and maintaining and improving your relationship with your current customers.
How will you engage or interest your potential and current customers? Are you offering something of value?
Types of posts
There are a wide variety of posts you can use across different social media platforms. Here are some that Sarah recommends, specifically for Facebook and Twitter. Some of these can translate over to other platforms as well.
Do You Have What It Takes to Go Viral?
The most commonly shared social media are either posts that offer practical and useful information and posts or tweets that arouse emotion (positive and negative).
Welcome back to D'Licious Radio with your host Deanna D. Dias! Its been a while but we're back! Today we'll be discussing the basics of having a plan to be successful in whatever it is you want to do in life. As a bonus we're having VIP guest Jamecia Hall of Total Life Changes (TLC) on the show and tell you whats hot in social media marketing trends.