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David Roberts
David Roberts joins Jim Blasingame to compare notes on how they both became unemployable due to their entrepreneurial experiences, and what’s so great about being a small business owner.
Leonard Green
Leonard Green joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the best place to look for an entrepreneurial opportunity is where you find a problem in search of a solution, not the other way around.
Rich Allen
Rich Allen joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the high failure rate of small business and the specific suggestions to help those startups not become part of this statistic.
Jeff Zbar
Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the moment they realized that in order to grow a customer base and serve them, they had to pivot between doing what they were comfortable doing and getting the job done.
Jeff Zbar
Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to compare notes about how they were considered when they both became home-based in 1989 and how attitudes have changed for the better since then.
Ilise Benun
Ilise Benun joins Jim Blasingame to recommend that when you’re reinventing yourself, you should take the time to review all the things you know how to do and apply that to your new endeavor.
Ilise Benun
Ilise Benun joins Jim Blasingame to offer advice to those who find themselves searching for a new professional direction with lots of experience, just not in the new field.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame talks about how to follow your entrepreneurial dream, by separating the information you gather into what you can use and avoiding the distractions, separating the signal from the noise.
David Ellenwood
David Ellenwood joins Jim Blasingame to share his thoughts on what he’s learned as a small business owner, especially when it comes to how to grow a business in a way that fits all aspects.
David Ellenwood
David Ellenwood joins Jim Blasingame to share his thoughts on why he started his small business and what he’s learned, including why you have to expect the unexpected, and be sure you’re ready to work hard.