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Brad Huisken
Some things should be non-negotiable, especially in sales. Brad Huisken joins Jim Blasingame to identify those practices that must be non-negotiable with your sales people if you expect to survive and thrive in your small business.
Joel Libava
There is a new franchise acquisition learning center. Joel Libava joins Jim Blasingame to talk about some of the educational resources he has developed for his new Franchise Online University.
Jim Blasingame
Broadcasting live from the Ex-Im Bank's 2010 Annual Conference, Jim Blasingame talks about the excellent experience he had during his stay and work at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C., and why every small business should model their execution after this organization.
Debbie Meyer
Can you get educated in the discipline of entrepreneurship? Debbie Meyer joins Jim Blasingame to discuss entrepreneurship as a discipline that can be taught and learned, as it is being done in schools around the country. Even if you're already in business, it's not too late to get this training.
Barbara Burke
How do you teach your organization to think of customer complaints as opportunities? Barbara Burke talks with Jim Blasingame about how to teach practices and instill attitudes that make customers want you to help them when they need it.
Randy Pennington
Demonstrating integrity is a timeless element in leadership success. Randy Pennington and Jim Blasingame discuss how to not only lead with integrity, but how to convey that behavior to employees.
Tim Berry
Is entrepreneurship a skill that can be learned? Tim Berry joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what is and is not being taught in entrepreneurship curricula, and they discuss whether an entrepreneurship education is worthwhile.
Charles Nagel
Free small business resources are everywhere in the U.S., according to Charles Nagel and Jim Blasingame, who discuss the many sources where you can gain knowledge on how to start and run a small business successfully.
Tim Berry
There are dozens of free resources available to help small businesses get started and grow their ventures. Tim Berry and Jim Blasingame reveal and discuss the most prominent ones.
Mark Mayberry
When things are slow, that's the best time to train employees, according to Mark Mayberry, who joins Jim Blasingame to talk about while it may seem counter-intuitive, from an expense standpoing, but the issue is really time. When things are slow that's the only time small businesses have the time to allow employees to spend on training.

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