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Texas Biker Radio Episode # 70 - Becoming the Media - Shinning The Light - Background Noise - Swanton - Peterson - Reyna - Confiscations - Waco Tribune Hanging On To False Narrative?
All That BS & More On Texas Biker Radio.....
A company rebrand can be very successful if planned correctly or it can be total bust. Are you losing a lot of business to your competitors? Has your audience changed? Have you experienced a negative impact to your brand? All of these a good reasons to consider a rebrand, however, all you may really need is a retooling of your marketing message to realign yourself with the changing needs of your customers.
Join Rick and Bill as they discuss important considerations of rebranding or retooling your company's messaging.
PROGRAM TIME: 8AM-10AM EST
Something for everyone "In the Pickle Barrel" Tuesday morning. Tyler Cook and Bill will taking a look at these topics and possibly more: The Pope sets the world straight on Climate Change; Unplanned Parenthood and the first Republican Debate have somethings in common; Look out Hillary! Dorothy (well, sort of) is looking for you with a pitcher of water. Certainly not a dull day for anyone "In the Pickle Barrel".
Join the conversations in the online Chat Room or better yet, call (toll free) 855-236-2486 to join the conversation live on air.
Today's 5 minute Talk Business With Howard podcast with business expert and CEO advisor, Howard Lewinter, to improve and grow your business is: Successful CEOs And Business Owners Talk To Everyone.
Join Christy Demetrakis and her special guest and author Tamiko Cueller for "Position your Business to Prosper" Tuesday, August 4th at 6:30pm EST.
About Tamiko Cueller:
Dynamite in a small package, fearless and inspiring are just a few words to describe Tamiko Cuellar (pronounced Kway-ar), the CEO and Founder of Pursue Your Purpose. As a Small Business Strategist, Professional Speaker and Author, she is a proven leader in the marketplace among small business owners locally, nationally and internationally. Recognized for her leadership abilities, she has been invited to speak at Microsoft, nonprofit organizations, churches, conferences, on several radio programs, and more. She has been featured in theSt. Louis Business Journal, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, on the cover of the UK basedSmall Business Owner Magazine for her work with entrepreneurs and small business owners, and was nominated for the 2013 Business Influencer Award.
At Pursue Your Purpose, she coaches small business owners globally with real, practical, cutting edge strategies for getting “unstuck” and identifies hidden and untapped opportunities to grow your business.
From top Corporate business woman, to internationally acclaimed author, Anita Telle talks to us about how her child being bullied, changed her and her son’s life as well as the lives of many people from around the world. She has a mission: To teach acceptance and love to children ages 4 – 9 so they will grow up to be amazing, supportive and loving teenagers, immune to peer pressure and bullying. She also has a story to tell. And it’s an important story; one that touches everyone, everywhere, from every culture. But it is especially important for children: Being different IS normal. We are all different, in different ways.
As a very involved mom, Anita realized just how much she loves children and created the first ever “feel good” Gnomy’s Boo-Boo Bears for children with a unique story for each Boo-Boo-Bear. Anita is furthering her love for children and is now focusing on anti-bullying because her son Branden was born with a cleft pallet/lip and was bullied for being different. As a mom, she asked herself what she could do to make a change in her son’s life. Anita decided to start writing children’s books with a “message of acceptance”.
Tracy is an Alternative Dispute Resolution Coordinator at the Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO). Tracy also serves as a conflict coach, mediator, and promotes conflict resolution processes through trainings, outreach initiatives, and continuing education for conflict resolution practitioners.
Our guest will be Audrey L Godwin is well known as the “go to” expert for helping business owners become financially savvy CEOs. Her insights, strategies and tools equip them to run a financially healthy and vibrant company. Her clients not only know their numbers, but also increase cash flow and profitability. This gives them the confidence and peace of mind that their company funds their lifestyle, lifetime and legacy.
Audrey is an engaging trainer and speaker who simplifies complex material and makes it highly user friendly with down-to-earth tips, tools and techniques. Audience members leave inspired with clear next step actions to implement immediately. Her financial success tips have been showcased on the local NBC affiliate King5 TV, Business Examiner, Seattle Times, The News Tribune, Diversity Business News, and radio shows Chat With Women, Femme Finance and the Kevin Zimmerman Show. She is co-author of the book, “Mom Entrepreneur Extraordinaire” and is working on her upcoming book, “Fearless Financial Mastery – How to align your business finances to fund your lifestyle, lifetime and legacy”.
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Join Guest Celeste S. Duckworth, Publisher of VERTIKAL Life Magazine in our conversation, Can Love and Business Coexist.
Synopsis: The idea of owning and operating a small business with your spouse has a lot going for it. Many of the same qualities that make for a strong marriage translate well into running a business—good communication, mutual trust, the ability to compromise, a shared dedication to a common goal.
But as many married business owners can tell you, there are plenty of risks as well. Most small business owners work around-the-clock and money is always tight. The enterprise can sink under the weight of two people who love each other but aren’t built for running a business together.
Be sure you’ve answered questions:
Which business roles and responsibilities will each of us take on?
Which one of us will be “in charge”?
Are we up to working side-by-side every hour of the day?
How will we handle conflicting opinions and ideas?
Can we keep our business and our marriage separate (and healthy)?
BUSINESS CARDS vs BUSINESS CONTACTS...
In business to reach the spotlight/center stage you need to separate yourself from the HERD!
Tired of collecting business cards at cocktail mixers and lunch and learn, then make the decision to step out of your comfort zone. Step out of the traditional routines to grow your professional circle even wider.
The unconventional approach to networking.
Start a meet-up group centered on topics related to your industry. Line up speakers, organize, be the FACE OF THE GROUP. Pick a topic that's new or emerging in your industry.
Break a sweat...etc.
Join that work committee...etc.
Network in another Industry...etc.
Feel stale, jump over to a related field...etc.
As a special treat today we are playing clips for the episodes featuring Nikki Rausch, Taryn Perry, and Jenna Soard.
Nikki kicks it off by helping us understand that we must know where we are going in a sales presentation in order to get to our destination.
Then Taryn jumps in as we talk about having a plan for the food we eat to fuel our bodies. Hear how important it is that we eat healthyt and teach our children good food planning from the start.
Last we hear from espisode 1 with Jenna Soard and we learn just how important focusing our target market is to effectively building our business.
You can hear all of these show in their entirity here on Blog Talk Radio
Listen and Learn ways to improve the thriving quality of your life and business today on Thriving Entrepreneur with host Steve Kidd