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Category: Business Planning

Robert Tomasko
Bob and Jim talk about the most successful ways for small businesses to think about how to grow their businesses.
Tim Berry
Tim and Jim talk about three key elements that must be addressed when growing an existing business.
Tim Berry
Tim joins Jim on the 8th anniversary of Tim's first visit on the show to talk about some of the greatest mistakes small business owners make when preparing a business plan. Specifically cash planning and how to treat sweat equity on your financial statements.
David Gage
David joins Jim to talk about steps that should be taken PRIOR to starting a partnership that will contribute to a successful business partnership.
Tim Berry
Tim and Jim talk about the importance of the strategic element in your business plan. Tim says growth does not happen unless you have a definite plan for growth. They go on to talk about the concept of displacement, and how it impacts our growth performance.
Tim Berry
Tim joins Jim to help him celebrate his 8th anniversary week as they talk about a kind of fear factor: the four reasons why people fear doing business planning. Take a listen and see if you recognize any of these fears that might be holding your small business back.
Dr. Catherine Gira
Dr. Gira talks with Jim about how a state university can be a partner in economic development. This interview is part of Jim's visit to Garrett County, Maryland, a/k/a Deep Creek Lake Maryland, where he is broadcasting live for two days, and delivering two keynote speeches at the Our Story Conference.
Tim Berry
Tim and Jim talk about a few of the biggest business planning mistakes small business owners make, beginning with not doing a business plan.
Tim Berry
Tim and Jim discuss what happens when your plan meets reality. Tim talks about how to make sure your planning process is flexible enough to adjust to the reality you couldn't see coming or didn't plan for.
Michael Hepworth
Michael and Jim talk about the concept of small business leverage as it applies to our time, our marketing efforts, our own assets, and the assets of others around us.

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