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Monday, February 12, 2018

Douglas  Obey
Doug Obey joins Jim Blasingame to provide his analysis of what factors are changing that has made the stock market enter a period of volatility, especially rising interest rates.
Douglas  Obey
Doug Obey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the case that local real estate investing can outperform the stock market, especially in a volatile interest rate environment.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to offer research that shows some physical pain can result from bad posture, which we often have when we sit for long hours at the computer.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the blog she wrote about how American businesses are losing their institutional memory and wisdom by too many Baby Boomers retiring early .
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to continue the discussion about how U.S. businesses may be suffering from brain power and institutional memory loss as many Baby Boomers leave the workplace early.
Diana Nicklaus
Diana Nicklaus joins Jim Blasingame to make the case for allowing employees to set their own working schedule based on their productive periods, as well as any life/family/traffic issues.
Diana Nicklaus
Diana Nicklaus joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how her company allows employees to determine when they will work, and how productive that move has been.
Cliff Ennico
Cliff Ennico joins Jim Blasingame to provide his analysis of how the new tax law is inequitable for small businesses, especially certain industries.
Cliff Ennico
Cliff Ennico joins Jim Blasingame to report on how different the Eurozone is to the U.S. when it comes to doing business online, especially in the case of product arbitrage.
Cliff Ennico
Cliff Ennico joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the EUs online laws could result in significant fines for American small businesses who do business with EU consumers.

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