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Today on What Keeps You Up At Night, host Brendan Major is joined by Ann Connor of AdviCoach to discuss the importance of things like strategic planning, smart goals and financial planning in your small business. Ann will be discussing why planning is the most important activity a business owner can do, and how you can do it most effectively. She’ll also talk about the importance of creating achievable goals for your business. Lastly, we'll dive into the financial side of owning a business, everything from balancing a budget, to cash flow and more!
About Our Guest
You can learn a lot about Ann Connor from her numbers. One example, in a down housing market, she helped a home inspector’s sales improve 25 percent and an architect’s sales soar 87 percent. “One of the smartest decisions I’ve made as a new business owner was to work with business coach Ann Connor,” one client glowed. She’s helped more than 100 small business owners and non-profit organizations identify their goals, steer them around a multitude of obstacles, and tackle their long-term challenges with a series of manageable steps.
Before running her own businesses, Ann learned from others, through management positions with Sam’s Club and C&S Wholesale Grocers. Her industry expertise includes strategic planning, profit and loss management, inventory control, product marketing and product development. Ann became certified as an AdviCoach in 2008 because it is the premier source for business coaching and advisory services customized for small to mid-size businesses.
What was strategic planning like in 1993? Before the internet, before email, we built our brands on solid planning. What did we miss in 1993 and what will we miss or hit in 2013. Join us to find out how to put on the best performance in 1993, 2013 or any year, including next year. This is the Power of Performance!
Every business must conduct strategic planning to be successful in business. Today we will discuss some of the tools that you can use in your small business to position yourself for more business now and long term.
Part of a series by Melody Campbell, founder of the Northwest School of Business.
Join me on Swamp Fox Radio Wednesday, June 19, 3:00 pm EDT (GMT -4) when I interview Christine MacNulty.
She has forty years experience as a consultant in long-term strategic -planning for concepts as well as organizations, technology forecasting, technology assessment and related areas, as well as socio-cultural change. For the last nineteen years, most of her consultancy has been conducted for the Department of Defense. She has also conducted projects for NATO ACT and NATO NEC, and the British Army’s Force Development & Training Command, and the German BBK. We will discuss strategic planning and defense acquisition.
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Strategic Thinking and Planning with Thomas Abdul-Salaam
Your Muslim World with Thomas Abdul-Salaam aka Twin Servant of Peace takes you through the thought process of inquiry into the exsitence of God. Its main question is "Who is He? And What is He to You? Thomas use the revealed books as the textbooks, Bible and Quran, mostly. The goal is to see if we can better understand, conceptualize, and definite God from His own words (revelation). We will explore the evidence of His existence, Oneness, attributes, and signs. Where is God? How is He God? What is the knowledge of God? Does God have partners, parents, or children? Who are the messengers to God? And so many other questions. Join us every Friday morning.
Tune into this important podcast and gain practical information on developing and implementing a strategic plan in your firm.
But the biggest obstacle of all may be gaining consensus from senior leadership. Our guest shares his expertise on the lifecycle of a strategic plan – from the executive ‘green light’ to roll up your sleeves implementation.
John Remsen, Jr. is widely recognized as one of the country’s leading authorities on law firm leadership, management, marketing and business development. After serving as in-house marketing director at two major law firms, John formed TheRemsenGroup, a consulting firm that works exclusively with law firms to help them develop and implement long-term strategic objectives to improve cohesiveness, performance and profitability. Since 1997, he has worked with over 260 law firms and thousands of lawyers. Most of his clients are mid-size commercial law firms, ranging in size from 15 to 200 lawyers.
John is the past president of the Southeastern chapter of the Legal Marketing Association and served on its national board of directors. He will be presenting at ALA’s 2014 Annual Conference & Exposition’s Managing Partner Sessions. John can be contacted at email@example.com. http://www.managingpartnerforum.org/index.cfm/planning/
1FAITH MINISTRIES/Consumed Radio
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MINISTRY PLANNING 101:7 STEPTS FOR YOUR FIRST STRATEGIC PLAN
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We all do all sorts of things everyday. The list of events and activities seems dizzying at times. Wise people and effective organizations stop from time to time and consider, “of everything we are doing right now, what has helped us the most?” Ask anyone who has been at Faith for an extended period of time and here’s one of the answers you’ll consistently hear, “consistently developing five-year strategic ministry plans.” It might not be the most exciting thing we do and it is certainly not the easiest, but it is clearly one of the most important./Steve Viares
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Imagine for a moment your life is a business. Are you getting the highest possible return on the investment of yourself, your life, your time, your treasures, and your talen? Just as it makes sense to have a strategy with a business, you might want to consider the value of having a strategy for your life.
Today I'm going to share with you what I consider to be the sevent most powerul skills you can have when managing your personal strategic plan. How do you get from here to there? Join me to hear more.
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We will talk about wedding planning and the bridal industry. We will hear from two women who were featured on an episode of Say Yes to the Dress! We will have a bridal consultant, a wedding planner, and a bride weigh in on planning your special day! From bridezillas to mothers, to pinterest boards and budgets! After all the theme of your wedding should be marriage!
We are ready to kick off our 2015 soap chat with a discussion on both Days of Our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful. Both shows ended 2014 with major shake-ups as key characters exited the show. The difference? One show seemed prepared to for their show's departures while another did not (hence the title of the show). If the past few weeks have taught us anything, it’s to never underestimate the power of planning ahead and letting viewers know that big stories are ahead.
On Days of Our Lives, many of us have wondered if the writers had a clear game plan after EJ and Sami were written off the show. While many stories still seem to be hanging in the air, we are starting to see hints of where the writers plan on taking certain characters and stories. If the past 2 weeks is any indication, this year will continue to focus on certain couples such as Dannifer and Jaige and also, introduce new ones as we see Serena and Eric start to rekindle their romance and Melanie and Brady grow closer. Dynamics also appear to be shifting as we see Will and Sonny grow farther apart and Rafe's world come crashing down around him. Fans have an opinion about one or all of these stories and we have a lot to say as well. Be sure to join us for a candid discussion about Days and feel free to call-in and voice your opinion.
The Bold and the Beautiful has not disappointed these last few weeks. Many of us were sad to see Kim Matula exit the show and were curious how Hope's departure would impact the show. BB showed that they were prepared by setting the stage for a huge power struggle and shake-up over at Forrester. This story not only encompasses all that we love in our soaps but incorporates many characters that had previously been on the back burner. Again, many fans have different opinions on certain stories but most will agree, the show has set the stage for a great year ahead!
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