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Jeff Zbar and Jim Blasingame look at the prospects for micropreneurs, including technology and customer acquisition.
Micropreneur expert, Jeff Zbar, joins Jim Blasingame to offer success tips and perspectives for doing business at the micropreneurs level in 2010.
Can you actually find success in a simple "Thank you"? Jeff Zbar and Jim Blasingame agree that showing customers appreciation is one of the most important success strategies. So, why isn't it done more often?
What are the key markers that define success? Should we define success in different ways? Jim Randel and Jim Blasingame talk about how to have a healthy and productive attitude about being successful.
How is the economic recovery progressing? Sam Norwood reports with Jim Blasingame that the recovery is progressing, but slowly. Upward trends are capital expenditures and even hiring.
What is the truth about capitalizing a start-up in the current economy? Richard Hooker joins Jim Blasingame to explain how the current economic conditions are impacting the ability of small businesses to get access to capital, especially for start-ups.
What is the truth about capitalizing a small business? Jim Blasingame talks about the various sources of small business capital, including investment and debt, and what it takes to acquire either. He also talks about the most important source of capital - customers.
Debbie Meyer joins Jim Blasingame to talk about helping women launch their small business. Topics include those issues that are unique to women as they start and run a business, like the family dynamic, self-confidence, access to capital and, of course, guilt, self-imposed and otherwise.
Now is the time for women entrepreneurs to take action. That's the message Kim Lavine tells Jim Blasingame about women business owners. She says now is a great time to start a business, and she believes that women can have it all.
Running a small business is more like a marathon than a sprint, according to Jeff Zbar, who joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the endurance ability required of anyone who intends to be a successful small business owner.
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