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Category: Futuring, Demographics, Generations

Gerald Celente
Gerald joins Jim to give him another dose of his views of how things are going. Caution: Gerald can come across as a little cynical, and he and Jim don't always agree. Don't miss this one.
Jorian Clarke
You've heard about Web 2.0, well Jorian Clarke talks with Jim Blasingame about Web 3.0 and explains how small businesses can use it right now to reach and serve customers better during an interview on the small business radio program, The Small Business Advocate Show.
Peter Meyer
It is possible for small businesses to create and dominate new markets, but not without understanding a few guidelines. Peter joins Jim to talk about some of the key guidelines necessary to be a dominant small business.
John Naisbitt
Jim Blasingame thinks John Naisbitt is one of the most important thinkers alive and uses his "high tech - high touch" prophecy - with attribution - all the time. Don't miss this interview as John talks about being successful as a small business owner in the 21st century.
Sam Norwood
Sam joins JIm to talk about the most recent Tatum poll of small business managers. The news is that while things are cooling off after a hot first quarter, the economy is still expanding.
Joel Barker
Joel joins Jim for the first time to talk about how we not only need to understand the technology that we have, but where it is taking us as inhabitants of planet Earth, as well as where it's taking our small businesses. You've probably heard Jim on his soap box about getting our small business heads out of the 20th century and into the new one. Well Jim credits Joel Barker as being one of the key voices who influenced his own transition into the new millennium.
Jorian Clarke
Jorian Clarke and Jim Blasingame talk about how broadband Internet connectivity is impacting the way we design and execute our small business Web strategy on the small business radio program, The Small Business Advocate Show.
Gerald Celente
Gerald joins Jim to hold forth on his ideas of what's wrong and what's right about America and the world. This interview is not for the faint of heart.
Jorian Clarke
Jori and Jim talk about the strategy of having multiple URLs that point to your single Web site, including the possibility of one that is a common misspelling of your name. They go on to discuss getting started on tuning up your Web site for 2006. Jori also offers the link to her excellent site for children, which is monitored full-time by an adult during an interview on The small Business Advocate Show.
Jorian Clarke
Jorian Clarke joins Jim Blasingame to give a report on what she learned at the recent Computer Electronics Show. Jorian also talks about using sound to market a service instead of visual means and distributed learning during an interview on the small business radio program, The Small business Advocate Show.

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