Jim Blasingame

Interviews with Jim Blasingame RSS Feed

What will it take to operate your small business successfully in this new era we're entering? Jim Blasingame says it's blending the new stuff with the fundamentals, and he talks about the latter with eight key points.
What will the new year look like for small business owners? Jim Blasingame reports on his predictions for 2010, including banking, politics, customers, the economy and even Iran.
If you are able to open your business January 1, 2010, you should celebrate that as a success, according to Jim Blasingame, who talks about taking a moment to mark this success in the marathon recovery we're still facing.
If your business didn't make it through the economic meltdown, what's next? Jim Blasingame talks about failure, how to allow the marketplace to redeem you, and how to redeem yourself, after failure.
For the past nine years, Jim Blasingame has made a number of predictions for the up-coming year. At the end of the year he reviews what he predicted, reports on what really happened and tallies up his score. He did better in 2009 than last year.
Wrapping up his 2009 predictions, Jim Blasingame talks about his prediction that terrorists would use an underwear bomb. But his idea was a little different from the current news. Check it out.
Attempting the virtually impossible, Jim Blasingame offers his most inspirational thoughts on this Christmas Day, plus his best attempt to defend those who might be a little bit like Mr. Scrooge.
Jim Blasingame celebrates Christmas with two Bible passages, followed by reading a passage from the book, Anam Cara, titled, "The greatest sin is the unlived life," by Jim's friend, the late John O'Donohue.
Jim Blasingame celebrates Christmas with a beautiful poem about our men and women in military service and he pays tribute to their sacrifice and that of their families.
Jim Blasingame identifies five things to focus on in order to begin the new year with a "clean" company, including inventory, customers, employees, accounts receivable, etc.