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Hire Square Pegs for Round Holes

Hire Square Pegs for Round Holes

Featured Topics: Hiring Employees, Job Descriptions, Job Applications, Business Growth, Human Resources, Business Muscle [powerpress] This podcast episode concentrates on how to hire new employees to maintain or strengthen one’s business core and increase “business muscle”. It is a given that in most companies the workforce is a critical muscle in the business body. Unfortunately how individuals are hired is often dealt with poorly and with significant financial and long term consequences for a […]

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Zinging Zynga

Zinging Zynga

Zinged  – to be criticized in a pointed manner  (Webster’s online dictionary) There’s lot’s of zinging going on at Zynga headquarters lately.  And it reminded me of when I was fresh out of college and got involved in a cutthroat Scrabble® Club. (My wife and kids still ridicule me for being a nerd). Decades later I was excited to sign up for Zynga’s “Words With Friends” game – essentially an online version of Scrabble®. […]

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Every Business Needs more Core

Every Business Needs more Core

Featured Topics: Business Core, Business Processes, Business Growth [powerpress]   Kirk: “Scotty! We need more CORE !” For those of us who came of age in the 1960’s and for the generations that have come since, Captain James Kirk, of Star Trek Fame, has become a cult hero. Did you know that Captain Kirk was also a philosopher, personal trainer and business management consultant.? I didn’t until I saw the most recent Star Trek […]

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Receivables are Cash waiting to happen.

Receivables are Cash waiting to happen.

Guest: Chris Lehnes – Versant Funding Featured Topics: Cash Flow, Accounts Receivable, Factoring, Receivables Funding [powerpress] Let’s face it, a sale is meaningless if you can’t collect timely payment for it. In essence when you sell on credit, thereby creating an account receivable, you are giving your customer a discount. They get to use the product or service that you have provided for a period of time without having to pay for it. At […]

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Baseball & Business – Both Slaves to Numbers

Baseball & Business - Both Slaves to Numbers

When I was a boy growing up in Columbus, Ohio there were two competing newspapers, one the morning paper which did not have a very good sports page – not a lot of baseball statistics – and the afternoon paper which had all of the box scores from the previous days games. During the summer I couldn’t wait to come home from playing or school to devour the sports page. I was a slave […]

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Baseball & Business – Both Slaves to Numbers

Baseball & Business - Both Slaves to Numbers

Guest: Barry Waldman, Adjunct Professor of Communications, College of Charleston Featured Topics: Business Metrics, Business growth, Long term business success, Return on Investment, Allocation of business Assets. [powerpress]   What do Baseball and Business have in common? A whole lot. Perhaps the biggest common denominator is that both are intimately tied to measurements and statistics of one kind or another. Having meaningful and reliable performance metrics is crucial in both baseball and business to […]

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Be your own Bank

Be your own Bank

Guest: Wade Hinderks, Strategy & Success Solutions Featured Topics: business financing, cash flow, business development, business growth [powerpress]   On the episode titled “Be Your Own Bank” we delve into the concept of privatized banking with Wade Hinderks, one of the leading experts in this area. Privatized banking, or the  Infinite Banking Concept, is a process or strategy that focuses maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of cash flow through self financing.This is essentially how a […]

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Stuck on You – The Danger of Not Having Enough Clients

Stuck on You - The Danger of Not Having Enough Clients

Ever heard the expression “That’s a good problem to have”? I’m sure you have. A lot of my non-business owner friends and colleagues used to tell me this when I expressed to them the trepidation I would have in landing a very large account. They couldn’t seem to grasp that in addition to the great upside potential a large account offers, it also represents a significant risk to the business. There is a danger […]

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Business Growth is Worthless

Business Growth is Worthless

Business Growth is worthless. There it is. I said it. And I’ll say it again. Business Growth is worthless …. unless you understand that it is not a one time event, like some Olympic Athletic event to train for, compete in and then go home hopefully with a medal. What is Business Growth? Is this an overused word that has lost it’s meaning. Does it mean the same thing to everyone? Of course not. […]

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Business Growth is Worthless

Business Growth is Worthless

Guest: Bruce Grieshaber, Grenell Consulting Group Featured Topics: Developing and nourishing your human resources. [powerpress] Business Growth is worthless unless you create a process of creating, reproducing and measuring added-value. What is Business Growth? Is this an overused word that has lost it’s meaning. Business growth is a process and not a singular event. Nor should it be an isolated occurrence. Rather growth should be considered a continuum of events and inputs that lead […]

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