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  • 00:31

    Start-Up Strategy: How to Ensure Your Business is Ready for Launch

    in Entrepreneur

    On this live episode of The Strategist, we discuss how  you, as an entrepreneur, can be near certain that your business is ready for launch. Have you carefully analyzed the industry, the market, and the demand? Have you conducted a comprehensive PESTEL Analysis, which should be used as a tool for your business to track the environment of which you are planning to launch your new project/product/service? Above and beyond understanding the rules of your industry and the demand of your target market, there are five (5) essential ingredients for you to consider before opening your doors and/or revealing your web site. I share these five (5) business start-up attributes within the context of this edition of Strategist Radio LIVE.

    Also, during this exclusive live strategic installment, we considered, examined, and reviewed these three (3) business strategy topics in the name of increased market share and sustainable profitability:

    A Wider Look at the PESTEL Analysis
    The 3 Power Points of Nailing Your Elevator Pitch
    How to Overcome a Business Plan Disaster

    I look forward to engaging, sharing, and collaborating with you! T :-)

  • 00:31

    The Struggles of Creating a Start Up

    in Comedy

    The media portrays the start up life as an over night success. Putting companies like Facebook, Snapchat and others on a pedistal of success. Lets spend the morning looking behind the scenes at a startup that didn't make the cut to see what could have been done differently, and what consequences happen in the aftermath. 

    Charles Contreras joins us on this episode of Real Business Talk to discuss our Klinq App and the lessons we learned. Call in to join the discussion.


    The Struggles of Creating a Start Up - Lessons from a failed attempt

  • 00:31

    Start-Up Strategy: When and How to Hire a Business Lawyer

    in Entrepreneur

    As you begin your unique business start-up journey, there are two professional types you should learn to rely upon to help you along the highway of business sustainability and profitability:  Your lawyer and your accountant. So then, for your business, you should ask yourself two essential questions: When do you need a lawyer and how do you go about hiring the right representative or legal team? One thing that is for sure - particularly within the framework of today's litigious society - it is commonly worthwhile to consult with a qualified business lawyer prior to making any decision that might have legal consequences. I share some strategic solutions and practical insights regarding these business and marketing disciplines within the context of this edition of Strategist Radio LIVE.

    Also, during this exclusive live strategic installment, we considered, examined, and reviewed these three (3) business strategy topics in the name of increased market share and sustainable profitability:

    Plagiarism: Don't Be a Blog Thief
    What You Need to Know Before Taking on Investors with Nina Kaufman, Esq.
    Understanding the 4 Types of Intellectual Property with Mary Juetteb

    I look forward to engaging, sharing, and collaborating with you! T :-)

  • 00:33

    Business Start-Up Lessons to Learn and Apply Daily

    in Entrepreneur

    The business start-up phase does not usually begin and end with the business start-up phase. Did you know that there are start-up strategies that should be brought to the forefront of your business daily? These lessons are timely, relevant, and essential in helping you move your business beyond the start-up phase toward higher earnings and profitable sustainability. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE.


  • 00:30

    MLM or Start from Scratch? Pros & Cons for the Start Up to Consider.

    in Finance

    Whatever your passion or interest, chances are, there is an MLM for that.  When it comes to creating an income stream in an area you enjoy, the start from scratch is the default go-to for many; yet, more and more Network Marketing opportunities exist in the space you want to be in, ready with your affordable, turn-key, ready-to-go biz in a box.

    Considering I have been in both and have observed team-mates and friends do the same, I will share MY OBSERVATIONS regarding what I see are the Pros and Cons for the start-up to consider when deciding on an approach.

    This can get intense because both models tend to have strong opinion of the other, and because no one wants to feel 'wrong' about the choice they made, they defend it strongly and will often take your negative comments personally.

    I will try hard to be as neutral as possible on this, not because I do not have a preference, but because you do, and I want to create that conversation in your head, and with your peers so you walk away confirming your position, or questioning the heck out of it.

    I hope you will consider adding your comments below in the comment area if you miss the opportunity to call it in live.


  • 01:02

    Small Business Start-Up; Lessons To Be Learned From A Famous Seige; More

    in Business

    Shelley Henshaw talks about her new company Chalk Me Up

    Tony Rothman reveals secrets of siege tactics for small businesses.

    Ed Castano is VP of Marketing at BlueVine Capital Inc,tells how to smooth out cash receipts.

  • 00:31

    Entrepreneur Strategy: Ridiculous Business Start-Up Myths

    in Entrepreneur

    When taking your business or product idea to action, you generally follow certain practices and procedures to ultimately derive increased market share and sustain profitability. There are many moving parts to your business start-up strategy. The sad reality is most new business endeavors never profitably leave the ground. What causes and perpetuates such a business failure strain? In some cases, businesses fail to launch because the business owner(s) get caught up in the minutia and wind up driving down the wrong trail. As powerful as the Internet has become, one weakness still runs rampant. One major weakness of the web is the plethora of unproven ideals, watered-down strategies, or misleading myths that cause the well-intentioned entrepreneur to stumble, fall, and never get back up again. What are just some of these ridiculous business start-up myths? Let us learn to see them for what they really are? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."

  • 01:25

    Thinking Outside of the Box: Business, Ministry & Non-Profit (NGO) Start Up Tips

    in Christianity

    Kingdom Empowerment, Inc. (KEI) Radio,  Host Donna Ghanney and Co-Host Roxanne Brown-Robinson introduces some key tips to coach individuals on how to start a Business, Ministry, and/or Non-Profit (NGO) Organization in the United States effectively and successfully on Friday, May 22, 2015 at 7 PM Eastern Standard Time New York, USA.

    Learn how you can get started now while you are growing your vision with these topics:

    Starting a Business, Ministry, and/or Non-Profit
    Understanding the various types of organizations
    Developing a sure foundation for your organization
    Quick startup options for Ministires, Churches, Religious Organizations, Education Entities, etc
    Funding Options

    And Much More.

    Call in to speak with the host and co-host LIVE: 001 (646) 668-2413 USA or

    Join us LIVE ONLINE!:

    Computer Device: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kingdomempowermentinc

    Express Yourself.

    Ask Questions.

    Be Enlightened and Informed!


  • 00:10

    Clever Ways to Seek Funding for Your Small Business Start up

    in Business

    Clever Ways to Seek Funding for Your Small Business Start up is our topic on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. You might think it is impossible in finding funding for your start-up, but it really not, only take patience, time, and planning. Investors are always looking for find great returns on their money and interest rates is not turning to 20% in this lifetime or after. Through emails exchanges with business owners and a few not for profit dounders, I found some very clever ways in showing you the path where you can find more funding. This show is sponsored by Apple Capital Group . #applecapital #applecapitalgroup #thecorebusinessshow #timjacquet

  • 00:54

    The Hut - How to Stand Up Your Start Up

    in Entrepreneur


    Too often many entrepreneurs hit the ground running without getting all their ducks in a row.  Start up incubators are there at the beginning helping to line up the financing, to bring the entrepreneur's dream to a reality but what happens next?  On this episode of The Hut with Hosts Patrick Shore & Jodi Livengood discover the numerous processes that must be covered before you open the doors to your new business.  How will you sell?  Who's going to sell? Who will deal with problems?

    Is your Start Up ready to Stand Up?

    Patrick Shore is President, and CEO of Intellithink, LLC Intentional Innovation, bringing more than twenty-five years of experience in defining, designing and implementing fresh ideas with results.

    Find out more about the hosts of today's show at http://intelli-think.com