Jim Blasingame

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Jim Blasingame talks about some of the key banking technology you should be using, and then he talks about building a successful relationship with your banker.
Does fear motivate or immobilize you as you run your small business? Jim Blasingame talks about how fear can take on many forms, and how to prepare yourself to manage the fear forms effectively.
On this Independence Day in America, Jim Blasingame makes the connection between the origins and evolution of the English Common Law to the very existence of modern-day entrepreneurs.
Do you know where the next growth capital for your small business is going to come from? Jim Blasingame talks about the three sources of growth capital for small businesses and puts them in his order of importance.
Have you decided who you’re going to vote for this November? Jim Blasingame talks about his idea for small business owners to become single issue voters for those candidates who support and promote policies that help small business owners. And he includes several policy examples.
What do you know about the debate in Congress on a proposed law called "cap and trade?" Jim Blasingame reports on this debate on this bill, called the Leiberman-Warner Bill, which would make carbon emissions a commodity regulated and taxed by the government. Jim warns that this policy could be devastating to the U.S. economy and must be stopped.
Want to point a finger at someone to blame for all of the debt America's have? Listen to what Jim Blasingame says about America's relationship with debt, and about that finger-pointing thing.
How do you protect your intellectual property when you execute your export strategy? Jim Blasingame talks about this challenge and offers some suggestions.
Celebrating Small Business Week, Jim Blasingame delivers his thoughts about why he celebrates small business this week and every week.
Is there a conflict between Wall Street and Main Street? Jim thinks there is, and he talks about what is causing it, how to fix it, and how it can be an opportunity for small businesses.