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Category: Management Fundamentals

Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reports how political developments in Washington will influence your business based on what he thinks will happen in 2021, and to be prepared to make decisions accordingly.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals that whether you’re a startup or a veteran business owner, you need to know these five fundamentals about operating a business.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to ask where do you fall on the superstition spectrum and how much do you allow that side of you to influence behavior and performance.
George  Troy
George Troy joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why you should start 2021 off with fresh eyes and the perspective that most of what we knew of customer expectations a year ago has changed.
George  Troy
George Troy joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why getting what you can in business through the holidays is more important this year, plus start the new year with a little inventory and A/R baggage on the books.
Gerri Detweiler
Gerri Detweiler joins Jim Blasingame to report on some things you may not know about business credit cards, including the difference in credit reporting, and that your debit card is not protected the same as a credit card.
Cutler Dawson
Cutler Dawson joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how his mentors taught him how to be a great listener and learn how to ask questions, before they do too much talking, plus, the power of taking responsibility.
Cutler Dawson
Cutler Dawson joins Jim Blasingame to explain why the best leaders spend as much time as possible out of their offices and “on the decks” of their operations asking questions, or what is called, management by walking around.
Arky Ciancutti
Arky Ciancutti joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to extend the culture of trust in an organization out to a remote workforce, including new hires, by requiring honest reporting, as in bad news is preferred over no news.
Arky Ciancutti
Arky Ciancutti joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that when Us vs Them is used in a competitive way, to seek excellence, it can be productive.

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