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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Bryan Mattimore
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the difference between a strategic alliance and other joint ventures, and why this option may be your next growth step.
Bryan Mattimore
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how regular Main Street small businesses can use strategic alliances to expand their reach of capital, talent and other resources.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on his NFIB Index that shows the small business economy only dropped a little, even in the face of multiple Mother Nature events.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on his NFIB Index that shows small business elements like sales investing and hiring were all down slightly as a result of the impact of unprecedented storms.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the details of the tax reform elements we know, and whether small businesses will be treated as well as corporate America.
Adam Levin
Adam Levin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that because of the multiple elements of personal information lost, the Equifax breach is the worst in terms of extreme consumer exposure in history.
Adam Levin
Adam Levin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the cyber-criminals are increasingly moving down market, and offers three ways to protect your business.
Rick Maurer
Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how not being able to get out of our own way, unforced errors, can keep good companies from making necessary adjustments in time to maintain success.
Rick Maurer
Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to remind that since small businesses have control of their own destiny, there are no excuses for unforced errors that prevent accomplishing necessary adjustments.
Rick Maurer
Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that by examining a project that isn’t working, you should be able to see what part of that dysfunction is because of organizational, or leadership unforced errors.

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