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Join professional musician Earl and professional artist Hannah Tiffin in a discussion that strikes most of us in the heart of home. This weeks topic "Children of Small Business Owners" We have an 11 year old daughter who has many of her own opinioins on what it is like being raised by an artist and musician. Our businesses are no different than any other, they require a lot of time, attention, sacrafice and care. There are times where our businesses impacts our daughter termendously.
Tune in to hear how our family deals with the stress, demands, challenges and victoreis of being small businiess owners! Feel free to tune in, chat in or call in and join the discussion! If you have questions you would like us to address on air you can send them to us ahead of time at legacystudiosmidland.com or on facebook at The Business Hippies!
Entrepreneur Mom Now is the first stop for mom entrepreneurs opening their small business. They are a growing premium community of entrepreneurial moms eager to fulfill their dreams.
They provide insightful profiles of other moms, create a central resource of local networking events and educational workshops, host webinars and conference calls, and create a community over social networks like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
They also provide entrepreneurs a unique opportunity to promote their businesses to other moms.
Mom entrepreneurs have unique needs not specifically addressed in mainstream business publications. Their aim is to encourage moms to dream big, while providing the foundational information, resources and connections locally and globally to achieve that dream.
Join us as we talk to Heather Broad, Calgary City Director for Entrepreneur Mom Now. She too remembers feeling alone and overwhelmed with no one to talk to who understood running a business while trying to be all things to her family. Learn about the hurdles of being an Entrepreneurial Mom and how Entrepreneur Mom Now can guide you on the right path to success.
Learn more about Entrepreneur Mom Now HERE. And watch for Heather's Article in the next issue of the Brighter Business Empower Magazine HERE.
In an age when purchasing is done through RFP contests, recruitment by HR firms on LinkedIn, and business searches done online, is business networking really as important as it once was?
The short answer is yes, and I’ll tell you why.
A friend said to me once: “Your network is your net worth,” an idea advanced by Porter Gale in her book of the same name. I have realized that this sentiment is certainly on point, even if it’s not a direct equation.
Your network is a reservoir of value that will help you solve problems, receive support, find the right people, and ultimately grow your business. In an age where much more communications happen digitally, it is more important than ever to actually make human connections.
Scott Crockatt is the Marketing Communications Director for the Calgary Chamber of Commerce, a role he considers to be the head cheerleader for Calgary’s businesses. Every day Scott looks to tell the stories of Calgary businesses – their successes and what’s keeping them up at night – in an effort to improve the business environment and help them be more successful.
Read more in Scott's article in the Brighter Business Empower Magazine HERE.
You've invested a lot of time and effort into building your business. That's why it's crucial to protect what you've worked so hard to achieve. Whether you run a home based business, occupy a retail space or several office locations, your business insurance needs are unique and you require professional advice.
Tracey Agnew, Insurance Advisor/Owner of Agnew Insurance Ltd, of The Co-operators says "You could be placing your entire financial future and business at risk by declining a basic coverage." Tracey began her insurance career representing The Co-operators in 1993, and has owned and operated her agency in Calgary. Find our more about Tracey HERE. And read her article in the Brighter Business Empower Magazine HERE.
In theory, journalism seems simple: read, see or hear something and then describe it. But theoretical journalism is much different than the real thing. Just as crafting a ‘press release’ to call attention to something is a little more complicated than it appears to be.
An ‘advisory’ is a great way to get some immediate or future publicity by suggesting to assignment editors, producers and reporters that something is about to occur or a ‘newsmaker’ will be available for an interview or general media availability at a particular place and date. If the recipient sees some immediate ‘news’ value in the advisory he or she might direct a reporter to follow up. If not, the advance notice is usually appreciated and the newsroom will put that information in their ‘advance’ file.
David Tait is an experienced Canadian journalist, broadcaster and writer who has practiced news-gathering in major Canadian media markets and overseas. He has contributed stories to CBS Radio, CNN Radio, Australia’s The ABC and various other outlets and agencies. David will guide business owners on HOW TO write your own release. It may be one of the most effective marketing tools you'll ever learn!
You can also read David's article in the Brighter Business Empower magazine HERE.
ATTENTION ALL SMALL BUSINESSES OWNERS.
Todays Radio show is for all urban businesses who would like the world to know about their business. If you are interested in being part of the show today just inbox me . www.blogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive or Call in 3478269457. 6pm Eastern time . We are a month into a lifetime campaign to boycott all non urban businesses. In order for this to work we need to develop a national database for all urban businesses nationwide. Join us today on the radio show where i will lay out a socio economic plan to strengthen the Urban Community. Recycling our urban dollars is the first key in this campaign. Why boycott if we have no options folks are still going to buy from other sources if they do not know about the urban choices. Join our group U.N.I.T.E FOR MORE DETAILS
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.
You may have a fantastic business plan and idea for a start up company, but without the right funding, it's destined to sit in a file folder and never get off the ground.
On this episode, learn the top SIX ways to fund your start up business and how to acquire cash when you don't have access to some of the traditional funding methods or the credit to back it.
Take 5 minutes from your busy business day and listen to expert business advice to grow and improve your business with Howard Lewinter.
In today's 5 Minute Business Strategy Howard talks about: For Success: Start And End Your Business Day With These Questions.
CEOs, presidents, founders, business owners across America trust Howard Lewinter's business advice to solve business problems, increase business profits and live their entrepreneurial dreams of running a successful business with less stress.
For more business tips, follow Howard on Twitter: @HowardLewinter - or connect with Howard on LinkedIn.
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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.
Listen to my show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ericaqcoopertalkshow/2014/05/08/christian-business-owners--are-they-successful - This show is about "Christian Business Owners - Are They Successful?" This show will enlighten you on being a Christian in the business world. Listeners and callers will learn about several Christian business owners in their community. Hopefully, this show will assist a Christian business owner with some insight on operating a business under Godly principles. This show was aired on 05/07/2014.
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