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Category: Management Fundamentals

Mark Cohen
Mark Cohen joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the shortcomings of the legal landscape as it’s applied to the least of us, including small businesses, and how to begin that reform.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals how to grow as a business owner by cutting yourself some SLACC, as applied to seven different aspects to running your business.
Jay Mincks
Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the current economic crisis of businesses not being able to hire enough qualified employees, and some of the management adjustments being taken to deal with the problem.
JoAnna Brandi
JoAnna Brandi joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the role that having fun at work – making work fun by not taking yourself too seriously – actually can be measured as a performance metric, especially in sales.
JoAnna Brandi
JoAnna Brandi joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how measuring happiness at work is now a key performance indicator, contributing to sales, profits and long-term success.
Barry Moltz
Barry Moltz joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the paradigms we establish stop being useful when they prevent us from making obvious adjustments, and some thoughts on how to correct this behavior.
Barry Moltz
Barry Moltz joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the reasons all business owners have difficulty making changes that are so obvious, and to recommend baby steps and assessing value to becoming more comfortable with change.
Bob Prosen
Bob Prosen joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that business owners can be overcome by euphoria – a false sense of well-being – as a result of not focusing on the true and current financial condition of their business.
Bob Prosen
Bob Prosen joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the direct connection between sustaining your business operation and you becoming an effective, engaged financial manager. No, this doesn’t mean you have to become an accountant.
Ruth King
Ruth King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the second planning question to ask yourself about future direction is “why?” you want to go there.

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