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Clint Howard, actor, has a career spanning over fifty years,and over two hundred film and TV shows. He has spent his entire life entertaining us in a variety of interesting and unique roles. From childhood roles in The Andy Griffith Show and Star Trek to of course, the hit TV Show Gentle Ben, Clint was a well recognized personality by the time he was ten.Making the transition from juvenile to adult actor was no problem for Clint. Cult classic Rock N Roll High School and horror genre Evilspeak showed as an adult he could be versatile and affective. Whether Clint works in comedy classics like Waterboy, the Austin Powers film series or a hilarious episode of Seinfeld, he comfortably slides into dramatic roles such as Apollo 13, Frost/Nixon and Alabama Moon. Recently, Clint can be seen in the campy, B Horror title, Bloodrayne Third Reich and Rob Zombie's Lords of Salem. He's also put on the producing hat, teaming with long time colleague Gavin Grazer on an indie comedy. Born and raised in Burbank, California, Clint has always balanced his professional career with a 'hometown' oriented life. He continues to live with his wife Melanie in Burbank and stay active in the community. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com
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There is so much to be done and so little tie to do it in.. If you expect to have employees, there are a variety of federal and state forms and applications that need to be completed. Tune in and listen to the recording when DanaP shared with the listening audience about this valuable topic of starting your own business. To find out more about the topic go to the website and click the resources button on the dashboard.
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We've been presented with several questions about starting a business at the age we are, 33... We have key points and suggestions on doing so. We want to shed some light on successful business people who started at, or around the age of 30. This show will definitely be inspirational, up lifting, and last be not least educational....
10 Steps in Starting Your Business The Right Way is our topic today on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Starting a business involves planning, making key financial decisions and completing a series of legal activities. Here are some easy steps in setting it up the right way and preparing yourself for success. Here are start up resources links to help. There are a number of available programs to assist startups, micro businesses, and underserved or disadvantaged groups. The following resources provide information to help specialized audiences start their own businesses. Check out our website at www.thecorebusinessshow.com or www.applecapitalgroup.com for more details.
During his 25 year career in insurance, David L. Brown learned firsthand the challenges of running a small business. Including the number one reason businesses fail, which is failure to understand their market and their customers’ buying habits. David became a student of marketing, and knocked it out of the park with his first campaign, which brought in 20% more sales. When fellow agents saw the results, they said, “Hey Dave, you should be teaching this stuff.” This led him to write his book From the Bottom Up: The Ultimate Guide for Business Planning to Profitability. In 2012 David left the insurance business and started his own consulting business, D Brown & Company, pursuing his passion of marketing and helping others.
David is a firm believer in serving his community. He became a member of a volunteer board of directors for a community health center in 1987 and worked his way up the ladder becoming President of the Board of Directors for nearly 20 years. During his tenure the organization grew from a small health center to 4 locations in two counties with a budget over $11 million dollars. He was elected President of the Michigan Primary Care Association for two terms. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Community Health Centers. David’s work has earned him several awards from both the State and National Associations.
As his book title says, David knows what it’s like to learn “From the Bottom Up,” from starting a business to being President of a multi-million dollar organization. A consummate professional, David’s marketing skills continue to increase his client’s businesses by 20-25%.
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We always hear about the business wunderkinds. The entrepreneurial phenoms that experience success before the tender age of 30 (and many times even younger). But wait a minute! Starting a business doesn't have to mean starting when you are young. In fact, author and blogger Lynne Strang says there are some benefits of starting a business later in life. Your Second Act can be the perfect time to pursue their entrepreneurial passions.
Book: Late Blooming Entrepreneurs: 8 Principles for Starting a Business After 40
The bootstrap businessmen talk a little about what is holding you back from realizing your greatest dreams and fulfilling your passion - MINDSET. No, this episode isn't going to be about self-help or new age techniques to set you right. Dale L. Roberts and Kevin S. Allen share their experience in mindset - triumphs and tragedies. And, how they tasted the greatest success in their biggest failures. Tune in live to submit your questions or chime in your comments.
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Looking for an insight to How we gained our insight on this subject, check out Think And Grow Rich. This book covers mindset, and our next episode building your inner circle. Here is a link to the book on Amazon, http://amzn.to/1T5Ed7C
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6 Things Your Should Consider When Starting A Business. When you're embarking on this new adventure, you need to be mentally and physically prepared. Want to maximize your chances of building your scrappy startup into a successful enterprise? Make sure you've got these give essential elements in place before you launch. The effort that you put into starting your business off on the right foot will all be worthwhile. The Core Business Show is sponsored by Apple Capital Group, Inc. #applecapital #applecapitalgroup #thecorebusinessshow
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Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ tells us the best secret to starting a business or a new career.
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It’s a risk, starting a new business. According to the SBA’s Office of Advocacy, the general rule of thumb is that a new business has a 50% chance of surviving 5 years or more. Increase your odds by being aware of the risk factors. Author D. Anthony Miles, Ph.D. joins guest host Mary McKenna on Smart Companies Radio to discuss his book “Risk Factors and Business Models: Understanding the Five Forces of Entrepreneurial Risk and the Causes of Business Failure”. Learn the patterns that cause failure and how you can minimize and/or prevent them.
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