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Join professional musician Earl and professional artist Hannah in a conversation based on their up coming book "Business Hippies Guide to Survival in the Modern World"... Planning the Success of your Business of Passion.
All businesses and people must plan for their success. It really doesnt matter what type of business you own or what your personal goals in life may be, you will not likely get there with out a plan. This is going to be a informationally jam packed half hour where we will discuss how to start planning successes rather than overting challenges. Those of us who own a business of passion where we are our brands are most in need of having a strong plan. We can not stumble into success with out it. It really doesnt matter how great your art is, how cool your songs are, how great you do nails or cut hair or make cup cakes if the world recieving your service is not part of your active plan. How do we reach our audiences? How do we become visible to our markets? How do we determine what market we should be projecting to? How much of our profit do we reinvest? How much does social media help? Should I pay some one to help?
There are so many questions when we start planning our success. Join us and learn how we are working daily to ensure the health of our businesses and our futures and learn some of our missteps too! This discussion is not just for those of you who are business owners, there is a lot of practical advise for everyday living in this segment as well. Plan your success, plan your life! So join in, call in or chat in!
Join professional musican Earl and professional artist Hannah in a frank discussion on having businesses of passion, navigating our successes and our failures.
What is a business of passion? A buisness of passion typically refers to a business that is creative based. This thought could include artists of all kinds. Painters, Musicians, Photographers, Writers, Professional Bloggers, Beauticians, Coaches,Chefs, Healers and so on. But it also includes everyone who is an entrepreneur in our opinion. Passion is a vital ingrediant to being successful in any business. So is a plan of success.
We call ourselves "business hippies" which actually started as a joke in our home. Truth be told the term "hippie" was not one that either of us really thought of as defining or even desirable. But! Once we learned the value of aligning our internal core values with our work choices we ended up in a space where we were almost forced to rebuild our businesses to reflect what was important to us, which were very simple living, rooted values. Sooo the term "business hippie" became a title that we now love to hold!
Tune in and share with us your thoughts on having businesses of passion, discuss how you are planning your success to include corevalues such as love, joy, family time and so on. Hear some stories about our journey to alignment with our core values which brought us a ton of success and challanges and share with us how your journey is coming along.
First person to call in or chat in will win a prize this week!
When you own a small business or a BOP you are the face of your business. You are the person who is to praise or blame for your product, your service and your brand awareness. This means that you can not take off a uniform or pass the issues to the next guy. It means conducting yourself in a way that is reflective of the opinion you wish to build around your business. This can be alot of pressure!
Join the Business Hippies in a discussion on being our brand. We have businesses based in art and music, these arenas have alot of steriotypes about how people feel we should act. It can be really tough to live up to and in some areas, we do not even try! Regarless of the business you own, people have expectations for your behavior and you are held accountable for what impression you and your business give them either jointly or seperately. We have lots of awesome examples and info to share with you of how we got this completely wrong...and right!
This should be a fun one folks so tune in, chat in or call in!
Join professional musician Earl and professional painter Hannah Tiffin in a discussion on Burning Bridges. Sometimes you have to and sometimes we are being hasty. Like Kenny Rodgers sang "You gotta know when to hold em, you gotta know when to fold em, know when to walk away, know when to run"
If you have a small business or a business of passion (BOP) you are going to find times where you will be questioning if it is time to burn a bridge or two. It happens to us all. Most of us are told from a young age that we should "never burn a bridge" or "you never know when you will need that person" well we disagree. Sometimes relationships are not what we thought they were going to be, they can be not good for us and our businessess can suffer from our inability to part ways with those who are not aligned with us,
This being said, there are ways to go about ending business relationships, there are ways of standing up for yourself and you are allowed to say no,. The key is to have perimiters in place to keep you from making irrational choices!
Tune in for a frank discussion on burning bridges setting perimiters and moving forward!
Join professional muscician Earl and professional artist Hannah Tiffin, the Business Hippies, in a discussion about compromise. We all have to make tough choices in our small businesses and businesses of passion daily. Many of the decisions we make are centered around compromise. It can be extremely tough to know how to compromise in a way where everyone wins in our personal lives, our family lives and especially in our business lives. Did you know that many businesses and personal relationships fold because we are not able to compromise in bennificial ways?
If you are like the rest of us most often you have a tough time knowing where to draw the line. Many of us have a really tough time asking others to compromise to meet needs we have. When others ask us to compromise we often feel that what they are suggesting is not good for us. Alot of times business of passion owners and small business owners have a tough time making the ends meet.We get confused about what products to buy and how much given our limited budgets. Just like when you are a small business owner and money is tight it can leak over into your family life where you have to decide how much groceries to buy. We are faced with compromise every day.
Join us tonight to hear what the Business Hippies have to say about this subject and toss in your two cents with a live call or chat! We would love to hear from you!
All of us have a talent or something we are really good at. Friend's and people ask you for advice and your ideas have actually helped. Hmmm...thinking of making money out of your talent? Is entrepreneurship for you? Who should you turn to for advice? All the mistakes I and people I know have made when embarking on entrepreneurship.Could this be you? Let's get all motivational and learn the basics of entrepreneurship. Persistence, quality, learning and unlearning. All this and more on Donnasmelange.
Passion for Christ is a weekly ministry of the Graceview Church of Christ in Anderson, S.C. and it's teacher Bryan C. Jones. This ministry helps people deal with the issues we face in today's society by providing practical biblical applications from God's word. We are passionate about Jesus Christband placing everyday people in contact and communication with Jesus Christ.
Home Based Business University Radio Show is here to promote opportunities both domestically and internationally. We will hear from Entrepreneurs from all countries around the world. We will learn about new and exciting business opportunities as well as innovative products and services which will help us make for a Better World.
Systems and strategies are a key component to any successful business. It's also one of the most misunderstood, and underutilized component.
Who has time to create systems?
What exactly is a system anyway?
Kim Beckers is a systems and strategies expert. She's going to let us in on:
Why we need systems in our business
How easy they can be to create
How to effectively implement them in your business
Renewed Focus on Engagement and Passion According to Gallup, only 13% of employees worldwide are actively engaged, or making a positive contribution to their organizations. What is your company/your recommendations to get employees actively engaged and contributing to your/the organization?
P.E.A.K. "Radio Special guests Hattye Knight, a seasoned HR Professional, author and radio show host who brings a wealth of knowledge and David Long , a speaker, author, successful CEO and "Student of the Game of Business".
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Join creative professionals Earl and Hannah in a discussion centered around The Second Job Trap! What is the second job trap? Its a situation many of us business of passion owners and creative business owners face getting stuck in. It can be really tough owning your own business and there are many times along the way where money gets tight. Many times this is the fork in the road where we are faced with the choice of seeking out a secondary income. There are positives and negitives to making the decision to sharing time and energy with a secondary job. Alot of times the seconday job we take to make our business of passion possible moves our business to the back burner and takes place as our primary business.
Join us to look at how to look at the second job option in a well rounded way. Learn to think of ways to make money within the integrity of your business of passion. If you are caught in the second job trap we will discuss how to make an exit plan to get out of it and back on the road to successfully thriving in your business of passion!
As a Content Consultant, Lindsay Harle of The Write Harle helps companies save time, money and writing frustrations by turning their unique ideas into strategically focused, engaging, and compelling content that closes sales faster.
Lindsay knows first hand that backing up your work is critical!
A little less than a year ago, she had home broken into. Clearly being watched, they were robbed in a matter of 5 minutes when they took their puppies out for their evening pee break. 5 minutes was all it took for her to learn some incredibly valuable lessons as a small business owner.
Extremely efficient, the thieves took only her laptop, iPhone, iPad, and wallet. Everything she needed to run her business was taken in the blink of an eye.
Lindsay will walk you through the top 5 tips to backing up your work. Some of the ticks to make sure you can get it all back, just when you thought all was lost.
Read Lindsay's article What Being Robbed Taught Me About My Business in the Brighter Business Empower Magazine HERE!
Learn more about Lindsay Harle and the Write Harle HERE.