Friday, August 17, 2012
The powerful and symbiotic relationship between liberty and entrepreneurship. Jim Blasingame talks about the unique, powerful and symbiotic relationship liberty has with entrepreneurship and why it's different across the globe.
What's the difference between GDP and GNP and why should you care? Jim Blasingame explains the difference between GDP and GNP and reports on a poll of small business owners about what they think about the economy in the second half of 2012.
How FDR's expansion of the Bill of Rights caused the fiscal problems we have today. Burt Folsom joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how President Roosevelt's New Deal was the origin of current fiscal and economic problems in the U.S.
Does the government owe you a house and a good-paying job? Burt Folsom joins Jim Blasingame to reveal President F. Roosevelt's "economic bill of rights" that has led to most of the economic problems we have in the 21st century.
Are Americans willing to deal with the truth about our fiscal and financial problems? Burt Folsom joins Jim Blasingame to ask whether American voters are prepared to deal with the truth about what has to be done to fix our fiscal challenges.
How much of your business' policies and practices are holding you back? Lisa Bodell joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why you may need to 'kill" your current policies and practices in order to accomplish the innovation needed to grow.
Use customer expectations to drive your innovation strategy. Lisa Bodell joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how customers can become part of your innovation team as you plan for the future.
Two business owners see things differently. John Dini joins Jim Blasingame to report on how one small business owners responded to a catastrophe and how another responded to good fortune.
Would you handle a catastrophe this way? John Dini joins Jim Blasingame to report on how one small business owner turned a catastrophe in his company into an opportunity to seek excellence.
How do you keep your operation from becoming complacent when things are going well? John Dini joins Jim Blasingame to how one company had to fight complacency in his organization as the business prospered.