Are you making consumer and business decisions based on anxiety about the presidential election? Jim Blasingame offers insight into the evidence that consumers and businesses are adjusting buying decisions based on anxiety about the upcoming presidential election.
Should you focus on mobile more that social media? Jim Blasingame talks about his belief that, while a social media strategy is important for your small business, a mobile strategy is even more important.
Public unions should be abolished. Jim Blasingame talks about why he thinks the failed recall of Gov. Walker in Wisconsin was a repudiation of public unions and should become a national movement.
It's not easy being a father. Jim Blasingame to talk about his thoughts on how a father's love is not greater than a mother's love, but it's the harder job.
What does the "ding" in your branding sound like to customers? Jim Blasingame to talk about the customer half of your brand effort, including the different ways customers hear the "ding" in your branding.
The world is having a gut-check about which way to go: socialism or capitalism. Jim Blasingame to talk about why we must ask those who want more entitlements and socialism and less capitalism, "where is the money going to come from?"
America should look to market solutions for health care reform. Jim Blasingame to explain why market solutions, not government, is best for health care reform, including the power of Health Savings Accounts.
Obamacare's greatest enemy is Health Savings Accounts. Jim Blasingame to explain why Health Savings Accounts are the greatest enemy of ObamaCare, because it helps Americans become health care consumers, not just patients.
Are you cut out to be an entrepreneur? Jim Blasingame reveals the difference between an entrepreneur and a small business owner, and why the distinction matters.
What does the private equity industry have in common with small business? Jim Blasingame compares the founding motivations of private equity firms with small businesses and says that creating jobs are a by-product of capitalism.