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The POWER of Small Business

The POWER of Small Business

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POWER of Small Business Founder Steve Olds leads discussions about rebuilding America through the POWER of Small Business.

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Episode 101 is the second in a three part series exploring Donald Miller's 7-Part StoryBrand framework. In this program, we examine the transition our story's Hero goes through in an effort to solve three specific problems; an internal, external... more

Episode 100 begins a three-part series reviewing Donald Miller's StoryBrand Framework. This structure helps entrepreneurs understand and implement a consumer centric marketing message that communicates clearly. The first step in... more

When you have a quality product or service ready to go to market, how do you begin to prepare your ideal client to make an informed purchase? How do you communicate the value proposition to the qualified buyers? This is an age-old... more

Branding can be a mysterious topic, even for experienced business owners. In Episode 98, you'll meet Russell Halsted. ALMOST FOUR DECADES in the design, brand building and merchandise business, Russell has had the honor of... more

In recent episodes, we've explored the reasons why interviewing quality people who are willing to share their life experiences can help you accomplish your goals much faster. The value of learning from other's history, including their... more

In a follow-up program to Episode 95 when we discussed the importance of seeking out qualified mentors to help expedite your learning, in today's episode we discuss how to schedule and conduct quality interviews with subject... more

In today's episode, we are going to explore a lesson you can apply in small, medium or big Business as well as any other organization. This process helps successful people short-circuits the time to increased productivity. For every role... more

World-class companies are grounded on core principles... or at least that's what most of them say. The challenge is that more often than not, what is plastered on the wall and what is in the heart of the corporate organization are two different... more

New companies frequently get started because an entrepreneur looks at an old problem in a new way. If you study recent upstarts like UBER or AirBNB, you'll get a good idea of what happens when revolutionary thinking smashes... more

What is it like for an enlisted service member, who regularly makes life and death decisions, to begin a transition into a new career in the civilian world? Meet Steve Navarro, a US Navy Corpsman who jumped out of perfectly good airplanes... more

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