Small Business Radio
The Small Business Advocate® Show
, with creator and award-winning host Jim Blasingame, airs live Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., Eastern Time. It's the world's only weekday
small business radio program
dedicated to small business.
Jim's LIVE radio show is available here weekdays from 7–9am Eastern. If you tune in other than during the two live hours, go to the Recent Interviews or Archive Options.
NOTE: Live show will begin at 7:06am Eastern Time.
Click here to listen to an unedited REPLAY of Jim's most recent small business radio show in its entirety, or go to the individual radio interviews below. This feature changes between 9 and 10 a.m. Eastern, Monday through Friday, and is available 24 hours.
Recent Small Business Advocate Radio Interviews
Chester Elton joins Jim Blasingame to report on how one CEO used a dime taped to a card to recognize and encourage his employees.
Chester Elton joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power of management by walking around as a way of creating the opportunity to speak directly and positively with employees.
Burt Folsom joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that presidents all the way back to George Washington have attempted to use economic policy tg a political end.
Burt Folsom joins Jim Blasingame to report on more presidential economic bad decisions, including Jefferson's road misadventure and Lincoln's Union Pacific railroad project..
Burt Folsom joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the bad financial decisions by President Obama, as a way of focusing on why government should stay out of the marketplace.
Frank Newport joins Jim Blasingame with new research Gallop has produced that reveals how the healthcare status of Americans has changed over the past few years.
Frank Newport joins Jim Blasingame with new research that claims that more Americans are insured to day than were prior to Obamacare, but does not say how many are newly on Medicaid.
Frank Newport joins Jim Blasingame with new Gallop research that proposes that healthcare exchanges have been beneficial, plus why is the Census Bureau changing their polling questions.
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