Category: Management Fundamentals
Bob joins Jim for the first time during Jim's 8th anniversary celebration to talk about how to prevent the mistakes you will inevitably make from becoming fatal for your small business.
Steve joins Jim to kick off the beginning of his 9th year on the air by talking about how to find profit by not creating -- or buying -- things that are not necessary, and by eliminating waste. If you're having trouble making a profit in your small business, listen to what Steve has to say.
Chuck and Jim continue a series on management best practices by talking about the importance of remaining flexible in our management and operations.
Richard joins Jim for his first visit to talk about how to make sure your leadership style is resonating with the people in your small business. Richard also talks about how it's possible to recover quickly from the stresses of leadership.
Steve is now a TV star and he talks about his experience on the NBC show, Starting Over. Steve and Jim move on to talk about how and why we should reinvent our businesses pn a regular basis -- Steve says we should do it every week.
Gary joins Jim to talk about how his company helps others leverage their capital more efficiently by providing them with fulfillment services including order entry, warehousing, shipping, payment (and deposits, of course), so that his customers can focus all of their time on their core competencies. This interview is part of Jim's visit to Garrett County, Maryland, a/k/a Deep Creek Maryland, a/k/a Mountain Maryland, where he is broadcasting live for two days, and delivering two keynote speeches at the Our Story Conference.
Andy joins Jim to talk about how the closed circuit television security technology has become an affordable reality for small businesses, and how it can be used for more than just security.
Rob and Jim discuss what it's like to be a "road warrior," someone who works away from home a significant number of days -- and nights -- a year. They go on to talk about how to minimize the negative impact this kind of work can have, including how technology can give you back some of those days away from home.
Dave begins his visit with Jim talking about his recent trip to Russia. They continue by launching Dave's new book and talk about how to avoid the politically correct management trap that leads to failure. Dave shows you how and why you should be a more politically incorrect leader.
Gary joins Jim for the first time to talk about some of the mistakes small businesses make that get them into big trouble, and how to avoid them.
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