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Join Bill and Rick with their special guest, Daphne Mallory, ESQ., to discuss the benefits and marketing strategies unique to a family-owned business. Once formalized, a family business can lead to not only prosperity in the workplace, but more quality time developing family relationships, as well as emotional ties that forge new commitments of trust between business owner and clients. Daphne Mallory, Esq. is a Contributor for The Entrepreneur Magazine and The Huffington Post, media personality, and international speaker and trainer on Family Business.
Moreover, her work and life has been featured on ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC, The Dr. Oz Show, Self Magazine, Woman’s Day, Essence Magazine, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Brown Alumni Magazine, and Black Enterprise. She is the talk show host and producer of Family Business with “Daphne” on 103.9 FM KDKI.
Join June evans and Ardania Williams, Vive President of Lendana Construction during a tantilizing discussion on owning a family business. Ardania Williams is the owner of a masonary company located in Prince George's County Maryland. Ardania is agoing to share her story on the challenges and rewards for starting and growing a family-owned business.
Managing your family business presents unique challenges as small business owners try to maintain the delicate balance between personal and professional interactions with family members. This episode will focus on how business owners can keep their family ties strong without compromising the control that they have over their business.
You’re in shock when a business setback or crisis hits you head on. Your world is rocked and knocked out from under you in a major way. Finding the strength to move through and move forward can be a challenge.
Discover the keys to nurturing your business back to health and more wealth when host Hanna Hasl-Kelchner welcomes resilience expert Becky Sansbury to Business Confidential on August 27, 2015 at 1pm Eastern.
Becky is the author of After the Shock: Getting You Back On The Road To Resilience When Crisis Hits You Head On and owner of the consulting firm Real Life Communication. She has spent decades showing people there is not only a light at the end of the tunnel; but, also guiding them there, as an ordained minister and as a counselor serving professionals stripped of their jobs through no fault of their own during the recession.
Becky wrote After the Shock to serve as a handbook and virtual support for anyone in crisis or walking alongside someone in crisis. A sought after speaker, Becky speaks to organizations where bad news is often the order of the day, clarifies the chaos surrounding of crisis, and provides effective ways to replace loss with resilience.
Tune in at 1pm Eastern to hear Becky’s tips and strategies and make them your own.
This program is proudly sponsored by the Legal Leverage® Academy, a division of Business M.O., LLC.
For professionals and businesspeople, LinkedIn is the most powerful social media platform to be on. While most people just upload their resume or profile on LinkedIn and use it as a tool to search for old classmates and colleagues, some actively use it to network for better job openings or business opportunities. In fact, LinkedIn, if used smartly and strategically, can be one of the best and most effective ways to promote yourself and your business.
No matter what your job type or industry, LinkedIn is the place where you can network and build connections with professionals from your industry, find mentors, and promote your services and products. It doesn’t matter if you are a freelancer or employed in an organization or own a company of your own. LinkedIn can help you take your career to a whole new level. Here’s what you have to do to make this happen!
To learn how you can more effectively use LinkedIn call Video Broadcast Services at 888-996-9697 or visit online at VideoBroadcastServices.com.
The week on #TheNetworkingDivaHour: Do you and your business need a vacation? As entrepreneurs, we spend allot of time with our businesses only to find that months or even years have gone by and we've been living startups 24/7. There is something very important about having and leading a healthy lifestyle-and no, working around the clock for all that time isn't healthy!! This week hear the signs that you may need a vacation or break from your business now!!
My guest this week is Heidi Schaefer, Founder and Director of the Project Chrysalis Foundation. This is a non-profit organization that supports women and children recovering from abusive situations. Listen as Heidi talks about empowering them to take the next steps to healing. Maybe you or someone you know will benefit from hearing about this organization. Check them out at projectchrysalis.org
As the song goes, “Cause every girl’s crazy ‘bout a sharp dressed man” and Marine veteran, Brent Bustamante hopes the lyrics ring true for his new business. Luxe Neckwear.
With just a few days remaining on his Kickstarter campaign, the much-decorated Sergeant Bustamante explains to host Kelly Scanlon how he tackled the stretches of boredom during his eight tours of duty in Afghanistan, resulting in his unique neckwear line that he is launching here in the states.
To listen to more shows hosted by Kelly Scanlon, please visit our archives.
The Cristo Rey Network comprises 30 Catholic, college preparatory high schools for underrepresented urban youth. Through rigorous academics, coupled with real world work experience, Cristo Rey students graduate high school prepared for success in college and in life.
Joining host Kelly Scanlon on Smart Companies-KC is Ted Koppen, Director of the Corporate Work Study Program at Cristo Rey-Kansas City. Koppen explains how the private school operates, how it’s funded and how each and every student (all 400 of them) works with professionals through a network of 130 corporate work study partners. Discover the success of the school which has only been in existence here in Kansas City since 2006. And learn how you as a business owner and entrepreneur can help.
To listen to more podcasts hosted by Kelly Scanlon visit our archives.
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Getting and sustaining enthusiasm and energy are a bit of a mystery. High achievement require big energy and, at the same time, achievement can be a source of energy and enthusiasm. So which comes first? Honestly, we really don't know! What we do know however, is that you can't reach BIG GOALS without a BIG, SUSTAINED EFFORT! And this requires BIG, SUSTAINED ENERGY! The trick for you will be learning how to get it and keep it!
There are some very specific things you can do to increase your energy and thereby maintain your focus. We will discuss the 5 Energy Areas in this coaching session.
Thank you for joining me on this journey of learning and implementing the teachings of Gary Keller's Millionaire Real Estate Agent Book. I hope you continue to use this book in your business as your guide to success. Re-read it, review the chapters that you need to master! This is a process, it won't be learned and implemented after one coaching session or after reading it just one time.
Remember - THINK BIG, ACT BOLD, LIVE LARGE and Become The Very Best You Can Become! That is what this book, your business and life, are all about!
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