On this Independence Day in America, Jim connects the history of freedom with modern entrepreneurship.
If, as some people would have you believe, there is so much wrong with the U.S. economic system, why are more and more European countries studying our entrepreneurial economy as a 21st century model? Jim answers this question and exposes the faulty thinking of some Americans.
Jim talks about what he learned in his recent trip to Denmark, including his comparison of the American entrepreneurial economy and society and the Denmark socialistic environment.
The world recognizes the United States as the gold standard for entrepreneurship and Jim has been asked to go to Denmark to about why the U.S. has this recognition and how it can be exported. In this segment, Jim talks about this and what he's going to tell the Danes.
Jim begins this Memorial day by remembering the origins of this holiday and celebrating the men and women who serve our country. He also honors the small business volunteers who sacrificed their lives.
Jim talks about what has changed with regard to business to business selling in the 21st century, and how to make sure you're connecting with today's customers the way they want to be reached.
Jim takes a few minutes to celebrate law enforcement professionals and recognize them for the selfless work they do.
What should small business owners do in the midst of what appears to be a slowing economy? Jim offers some suggestions about how to separate the short-term from the long-term when making management, growth and purchasing decisions.
After years in development, Jim introduces his new Web site, AskJim.biz. This is the world's only true knowledge base for small business, and Jim believes it will help small businesses avert failure and have the maximum opportunity to be successful.
During Small Business Week Jim heard Senator John Kerry, Chairman of the Senate Small Business Committee speak and he takes a few minutes to take issue with some of the things the Senator said about the U.S. economy.