Monday - May 01, 2017

Gary Sirak
Gary Sirak joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the factors that cause the American Dream to look different for each new generation.
Gary Sirak
Gary Sirak joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the factors that make the American Dream look like it’s not what it used to be, and whether that’s okay with those who will inherit it.
Gary Sirak
Gary Sirak joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that everyone who partakes of the benefits of the American Dream also has the responsibility to contribute to it for everyone else.

Tuesday - May 02, 2017

Hector Barreto
Hector Barreto joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the relationship between labor and management has evolved, requiring a different kind of approach by the government.
Hector Barreto
Hector Barreto joins Jim Blasingame to report that the hysteria about Trump’s immigration plans are overblown, but that his language has slowed the flow of illegals crossing the boarder.
Leo Haviland
Leo Haviland joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the U.S. is doing as an energy independent nation, how that’s impacted global suppliers, and what that means for Main Street businesses.
Leo Haviland
Leo Haviland joins Jim Blasingame to report on Saudi Arabia’s plan to take it’s oil business public, whether it looks like the European Union will stay together at least for now, and what that means for Main Street businesses.
Leo Haviland
Leo Haviland joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the economic indicators that are holding the economy back, even though the stock markets are achieving records.
Suzanne Paling
Suzanne Paling joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that having a well-run and planned weekly sales meeting can do a lot for overall motivation and performance.
Suzanne Paling
Suzanne Paling joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that asking non-competitive sales managers to share ideas with your teams, and reciprocating, plus doing more role plays are great sales meeting elements.
William Conerly
Bill Conerly joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the difference between hard economic data and the soft kind, and when to listen to both regarding taking action and making investments.
William Conerly
Bill Conerly joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the shaky nature of economic influences this year should cause business leaders to stay flexible in their planning, including what Washington and Wall Street do.
William Conerly
Bill Conerly joins Jim Blasingame to forecast that the economy will likely go sideways for the rest of the year, unless the GOP and Trump are able to get healthcare and tax reform accomplished.

Wednesday - May 03, 2017

Bob Kustka
Bob Kustka joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the ways to gain from the contributions of others, including forming your own board of outside directors, or joining a CEO roundtable group.
Bob Kustka
Bob Kustka joins Jim Blasingame to explain what to expect if you decide to join a CEO roundtable, or if you decide to hire an executive coach.
Steve DelBianco
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to report on how states have tried to tax remote transactions, like from a catalog, by their residents when the seller was out of state.
Steve DelBianco
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to report on the efforts of his organization to stop states from imposing onerous tax collecting, accounting and remitting on Internet sales by small businesses across the U.S.
Steve DelBianco
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to report on how several states have passed “tattle-tale” laws that require businesses that sell online to customers outside their states.
Joe Cleary
Joe Cleary joins Jim Blasingame to report on how businesses in Texas are handling a steady mid-range of oil prices in their construction planning, plus how golf tournaments contribute to local charities.
Joe Cleary
Joe Cleary joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how his constructions company went from bidding work to doing almost all custom, cost-plus work without bidding.
Bob McTeer
Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the factors that could cause the Fed to make decisions on raising interest rates this year.
Bob McTeer
Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to discuss reasons why it might be advantageous for the Fed to just keep the same balance sheet level since its easing period, rather than liquidating and possibly hurting the economy.
Bob McTeer
Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the challenges that’s facing the economy in 2017, including a low first quarter and lack of tax and healthcare reform progress by the government.

Thursday - May 04, 2017

Charles Goslin
Charles Goslin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the first principle of personal security is to prepare for your trip outside the U.S. with the thought that you might be compromised, and keep your eyes open when you get there.
Charles Goslin
Charles Goslin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal three more personal security steps, including taking deterrence steps, delaying any attempt on your security, and how to defend yourself.
John Fox
John Fox joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the ways that the Trump tax reform package isn’t real tax reform.
John Fox
John Fox joins Jim Blasingame to compare the differences between the last real tax reform of 1986 and what Trump is proposing, and whether real reform could even be accomplished in hyper-partisan Washington.
John Fox
John Fox joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how President Trump could accomplish real tax reform in hyper-partisan Washington by taking the case directly to the people.
Paul J. Sarvadi
Paul Sarvadi joins Jim Blasingame to share what he’s learned during his journey from being the founder of a small business to the CEO of a publicly traded company with thousands of employees and customers. Every growing small business CEO should listen to this.
Paul J. Sarvadi
Paul Sarvadi joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the Insperity Invitational began with a call from Arnold Palmer, and how it has become the best tournament on the Champions Tour, plus they both say a few words about the King.
Jay Mincks
Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to explain how corporate managers can manage their people to seek excellence without letting them feel pressures from outside forces.
Jay Mincks
Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how his sales team has been able to maintain high performance while doubling in numbers over a six year period.
Jay Mincks
Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to share some of the thoughts he writes about in his upcoming new book, including how to think about being successful.

Friday - May 05, 2017

Paul  Angles
Paul Angles joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to find out from customers how they want to hear from you with ads on Facebook.
Paul  Angles
Paul Angles joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the tips on how to work with Facebook to mount an advertising campaign.
Paul  Angles
Paul Angles joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the difference between advertising on Google instead of Facebook and how to use the Google tools and methods to get the most out of your online ad budget.

Monday - May 08, 2017

Gregg Thompson
Gregg Thompson joins Jim Blasingame to talk about his approach to coaching, and why it’s not the same as being a teacher or a mentor.
Gregg Thompson
Gregg Thompson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that character, connection and conversation are the three key elements of conducting coaching that is driven by the person being coached.
Adam Sonnhalter
Jack Mencini
Adam Sonnhalter and Jack Mencini join Jim Blasingame to reveal that if you don’t know the difference between profit and cash, you’ll spend your business ownership career closer to failing than succeeding.
Jack Mencini
Adam Sonnhalter
Jack Mencini and Adam Sonnhalter joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that how different cash and profit are, but how they work symbiotically to sustain your business.
Ivan Misner
Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that being too confident was seen as one of the five worst traits to have when networking.
Ivan Misner
Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to report on a recent survey that showed asking for the sale and being a self-promoter were never desirable traits of a successful networker.
Ivan Misner
Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to report on the two worst traits to demonstrate when networking, which are to be too direct, and to be too social media savvy.

Tuesday - May 09, 2017

Jeff Zbar
Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how they maximized opportunities without wandering too far off of their ideal professional focus.
Jeff Zbar
Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the two sides of net neutrality and why it’s the most Important policy debate that is the least understood by those who will be impacted the most.
Ruth King
Ruth King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that most business failures happen because the founders didn’t understand how to manage cash as it’s impacted by time.
Ruth King
Ruth King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how you can stay out of cash trouble long term is you put 1% of all sales receipts in a savings account and leave it there as long as you can.
Ruth King
Ruth King joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why being able to project and track cash flow is one of the greatest business levers.
Matthew Owenby
Matthew Owenby joins Jim Blasingame to report on a recent Aflac survey of small business employees that revealed more than eight of ten employees loved their small business employer for many different reasons.
Matthew Owenby
Matthew Owenby joins Jim Blasingame to report on an Aflac small business employee survey and the ways they can deliver benefits that are good for both parties.
John Harrison
John Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that in addition to your FICO credit score, more merchants are using the Vantage system as a second metric of credit worthiness.
John Harrison
John Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the new healthcare proposals may not be the best options, but almost all will be improvements over Obamacare.
John Harrison
John Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to report on the U.S. I-bond which pays interest and adjusts for inflation as an alternative to a savings account or just leaving cash in checking.

Wednesday - May 10, 2017

Mark Babbitt
Mark Babbitt joins Jim Blasingame to report that after several years, social media as one of your marketing tools is not official, it’s no longer an option.
Mark Babbitt
Mark Babbitt joins Jim Blasingame to reveal to business owners who don’t use social media personally that they still need to use it for marketing their business.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the NFIB Index of small business optimism that shows the overall sentiment is still higher than it’s been since 2007.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the NFIB Index of Small Business Optimism that shows optimism remains high, while sales are up, but cap-ex is down along with inventory.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report that several issues, like tax and health care reform, need to be resolved to help justify the current level of economic optimism.
Judith Glaser
Judith Glaser joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how we can let our brain get us hooked on being right to the level that we fail to foster successful conversational conditions with others.
Judith Glaser
Judith Glaser joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how some highly qualified people need help getting their ideas out and into the organization.
Donald Hunter
Don Hunter joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why every business must determine its most ideal, profile customer who will pay the prices that will deliver the margins required to sustain successful operations.
Donald Hunter
Don Hunter joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why you must be able to apply value pricing to your products and services in order to maximize the margins from your profile customer.
Donald Hunter
Don Hunter joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the key to successful execution is making many small decisions with the information at hand, which leads to excellence replacing perfection, and long-term success.

Thursday - May 11, 2017

Bob House
Bob House joins Jim Blasingame to report on a recent poll by his firm that shows small business owners have a very positive feeling about President Trump
Bob House
Bob House joins Jim Blasingame to report on the survey his firm conducted showing small business owners were very much interested in abolishing Obamacare and accomplishing tax reform.
Barbara Weltman
Barbara Weltman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how it is a win-win situation when employees and employers invest in work-life balance.
Barbara Weltman
Barbara Weltman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the issue of a compensation Gender Gap, and what some government entities are doing to insure that it doesn’t continue.
Barbara Weltman
Barbara Weltman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the progress – or lack thereof – in tax reform, what will it look like and will it happen in 2017.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame discusses how of creating and serving customer communities, whether face-to-face or online.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reports on a recent poll of small business owners who overwhelmingly say they’ll reinvest any tax cuts they get, which is what makes supply-side economics and dynamic scoring work.
Adrian C. Ott
Adrian Ott joins Jim Blasingame to report on a survey she conducted that reveals the four current generations in the marketplace have different views of how to define the best leadership traits.
Adrian C. Ott
Adrian Ott joins Jim Blasingame to report on a recent survey she conducted across four generations to see how they responded to questions about leadership in large companies and small businesses.
Adrian C. Ott
Adrian Ott joins Jim Blasingame to report on a recent survey she conducted that included a response that shows more young people prefer to work at a small firm than a big business.

Friday - May 12, 2017

Debra Fine
Debra Fine joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the importance of small businesses and why too often they don’t appreciate the power of their face-to-face advantage over big box competitors.
Debra Fine
Debra Fine joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why failing to take advantage of the power of face-to-face as a way to learn and deliver context is one of the great 21st century mistakes.
John Dini
John Dini joins Jim Blasingame to remind that we’re all going to leave our businesses one day, one way or another, and why the best practice is to have a plan that gets you out the door head first.
John Dini
John Dini joins Jim Blasingame to ask business founders to think about what they will do after they sell or give their company to the next generation of owners.
John Dini
John Dini joins Jim Blasingame to reveal two questions every business found has to ask themselves as they’re planning to divest of the business to the next generation of owners, including are they ready, and will the business stand alone financially.

Monday - May 15, 2017

Marsha Egan
Marsha Egan joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the idea that there are different kinds of procrastinators and how to make sure that your type doesn’t cost you success.
Marsha Egan
Marsha Egan joins Jim Blasingame to remind us that when you allow procrastination to prevent you from delivering as promised, you violated a trust that may be difficult to recover, and offer suggestions on how to stop procrastinating.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that Millennials grew up with structure, so we’re not doing them any favors by not holding them accountable within a structured workplace.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to report on five key food groups that aren’t as bad for you as was once proclaimed, like coffee, egg yokes, dairy and fats.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the practice of apologizing, whether men and women are different, and how to accept one properly.
Leland Faust
Leland Faust joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the ways Wall Street has become a place where the little investor is at a disadvantage.
Leland Faust
Leland Faust joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the short-term reporting requirement for public companies is at cross-purposes with sound management practices.
Anita Rosen
Anita Rosen joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the agile scrum and the waterfall project management practices, how they’re different and how to blend them together.
Anita Rosen
Anita Rosen joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the disruption of artificial intelligence and how it will impact productivity and the future of the workplace.
Anita Rosen
Anita Rosen joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the different manifestations of AI and how these will improve and disrupt our lives and our world.

Tuesday - May 16, 2017

Scott Aurnou
Scott Aurnou joins Jim Blasingame to report that the WannaCry malware that affected hundreds of thousands of computers around the globe in a weekend was really a worm that turned into ransomware.
Scott Aurnou
Scott Aurnou joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the training and execution steps that could have been taken that would have prevented the WannaCry malware from having any success.
Scott Aurnou
Scott Aurnou joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the specific steps to take that will protect you from future attempts by a worm like WannaCry, plus to whom the attack is being attributed.
Ed Barsano
Ed Barsano joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why using a computer program to conduct automated trading is better than doing it yourself.
Ed Barsano
Ed Barsano joins Jim Blasingame to try to convince you that his automated trading program will make you more money if you let it trade stocks for you as it’s programmed.
Grace-Marie Turner
Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the key elements that were changed that caused a slim majority of the House to approve a health care bill to send to the Senate.
Grace-Marie Turner
Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to report that the Senate is trying to craft its own health care bill that will be close enough to the House bill that it is approved by that body and sent to the president by July 4th.
Grace-Marie Turner
Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the anti-Trump forces are unprecedented in her experience for a new administration, especially with the media now without any pretense of intellectual honesty or objectivity.
Dinesh Kandanchatha
Dinesh Kandanchatha joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the fundamental elements of cash management that are essential to surviving as a business owner.
Dinesh Kandanchatha
Dinesh Kandanchatha joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the best order of capital acquisition is customer cash first, then maximizing bank lending, and then, as a last resort, investor capital.

Wednesday - May 17, 2017

Sean Lengell
Sean Lengell joins Jim Blasingame to report on the progress of two important reform issues, health care and tax, and which one is likely to be accomplished first.
Sean Lengell
Sean Lengell joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the key elements being proposed in the current tax reform bills being developed in Congress and urged by the Trump administration.
Tom Borg
Tom Borg joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the role that trust plays when building a team and maximizing the power of it.
Tom Borg
Tom Borg joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power and leverage of building bonds among your team members.
Tom Borg
Tom Borg joins Jim Blasingame to offer suggestions on how to challenge your team to accomplish a specific goal to encourage them to grow together.
Jeff Gothelf
Jeff Gothelf joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to sense what your business’s next move is by asking customers what they want, need and expect.
Jeff Gothelf
Jeff Gothelf joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to take action and respond to what customers are telling you to do for them.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the current register that records regulations has essentially stopped thanks to the directive of the Trump administration.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the Obama administration used regulations as a hateful way to impose obstacles on businesses.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report on the new Regulatory Accountability Act being debated that has bi-partisan sponsorship.

Thursday - May 18, 2017

Pam Danziger
Pam Danziger joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the concept of “experiential retail”, why customers are demanding, what are the elements and how you can deliver it.
Pam Danziger
Pam Danziger joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power of having customers think of you and your business as their neighbors.
Tamar Jacoby
Tamar Jacoby joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that, incredibly, some committees in Congress are accomplishing bi-partisan work on things like vocational education programs.
Tamar Jacoby
Tamar Jacoby joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the still pressing issues of immigration, including needing visas for skilled immigrants for several business sectors.
Tamar Jacoby
Tamar Jacoby joins Jim Blasingame to report on the urgent need to align our workforce with the jobs being created to day by 21st century businesses with education and training.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals the single most important element of your small business special sauce to help you compete for customers, which you already own and have all you need, and is absolutely free.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals that the U.S. is increasingly controlled by factions of oligarchs whose goals are not the same as the average American.
Ray Keating
Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to report on research that shows American small business creation has been and is declining for several reasons.
Ray Keating
Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to report on the unprecedented reality that more than 3 million small businesses have not been formed – based on population growth – over the past decade.
Ray Keating
Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the many ways that the Obama administration’s anti-business policies and rhetoric resulted in such a poor economy that it cost the U.S. millions of small business opportunities.

Monday - May 22, 2017

Dave Sutton
Dave Sutton joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how transformational marketing will help you find and stay connected to customers, and one key element is finding multiple ways to engage customers with stories.
Dave Sutton
Dave Sutton joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that along with telling stories, accomplishing transformational marketing requires having effective strategies and the right systems in place.
Ramon Ray
Ramon Ray joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that every successful entrepreneurial venture begins with someone identifying someone’s pain and making it go away with a product or service.
Ramon Ray
Ramon Ray joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that with all of the passion and creativity involved in an entrepreneurial endeavor, you still have to accomplish the organizational and procedural steps.
Ramon Ray
Ramon Ray joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how beta testing can differ from venture to venture, and some rules of thumb on how much is enough before you go live.
Tom Anastasi
Tom Anastasi joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the “expectancy theory” is involved with some employees and why you need to know what it looks like as you manage and motivate them.
Tom Anastasi
Tom Anastasi joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the McClelland theory of motivation works differently for different people and assignments.
Rick Newman
Rick Newman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss whether there is a double standard practices by the media when covering President Trump as compared to Obama.
Rick Newman
Rick Newman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the policies and orders that President Trump has done that small businesses like, even if the benefit hasn’t arrived, such as limiting the pace of regulations.
Rick Newman
Rick Newman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the reasons President Trump needs to find a more productive balance between being a CEO operating in the political universe.

Tuesday - May 23, 2017

Jim Alampi
Jim Alampi joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why finding and developing talent is arguably the most important job of any small business CEO.
Jim Alampi
Jim Alampi joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that any key member of your team is a key member prospect for other companies, so what are you doing about preventing them from being poached?
May McCarthy
May McCarthy joins Jim Blasingame to define the concept of an entrepreneur, how they think, how they act and how they dream, plus the requirements of planning, projecting and conducting research.
May McCarthy
May McCarthy joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how gratitude and intuition play a key role in entrepreneurial success.
Rick Mathieson
Rick Mathieson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what how you can use augmented and virtual reality applications to add new dimensions to your marketing strategy.
Rick Mathieson
Rick Mathieson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how Snapchat and Instagram can be integrated into your overall marketing strategy.
Rick Mathieson
Rick Mathieson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why content marketing, in various applications, is still one of the most powerful ways to engage and retain customers.

Wednesday - May 24, 2017

Gary Miliefsky
Gary Miliefsky joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the WannaCry cyber-breach was the first time a worm and ransom-ware were combined to breach thousands of computer networks across the globe.
Gary Miliefsky
Gary Miliefsky joins Jim Blasingame to establish a warning that all of our convenient smart devices – Internet of things – that we’re increasingly using, are totally unprotected from cyber-criminals.
Pamela Harper
Pamela Harper joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that game-changer CEOs abound in all industries and have the same traits that almost always align with entrepreneurial thinking.
Pamela Harper
Pamela Harper joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that being purpose-driven, having something more important than yourself driving you, is at the heart of what makes a game-changing CEO.
Pamela Harper
Pamela Harper joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the ways that game-changing CEOs sustain long-term success by pursuing and creating strategic alliances to leverage their own resources.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals the first five of nine critical questions you should ask a business seller sometime along the way of deciding to buy that business.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals the last four of nine critical questions you should ask a business seller sometime along the way of deciding to buy that business.
Steve Martin
Steve Martin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that some companies say they want an innovative organization, but that’s not what they really mean.
Steve Martin
Steve Martin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to create a culture of innovation that makes sure employees are engaged properly, whether their ideas are used or not.
Steve Martin
Steve Martin joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how innovation can be incorporated into every aspect of your business.

Thursday - May 25, 2017

Jeff Zbar
Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to use Chase’s Calendar of events to establish an official date of something you’re interested in to establish your thought-leadership for that cause.
Jeff Zbar
Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that business owners have to be careful promoting certain topics that can create problems when connected to the business.
Ami Kassar
Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how unlike reality the Shark Tank TV show is, and why it cannot be used as an example of how businesses are capitalized.
Ami Kassar
Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the black and white nature of the TV show Shark Tank doesn’t represent the gray tone of how businesses really get capitalized.
Ami Kassar
Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that it’s just as bad to not ask for enough money from investors as to ask for too much.
Kita Szpak
Kita Szpak joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how our expectations of others causes us to give them “parking tickets” when we complain about their behavior.
Kita Szpak
Kita Szpak joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to differentiate between making yourself feel productive by merely being busy.
Michael Saltsman
Mike Saltsman joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that Missouri is passing its own minimum wage higher than the federal rate, as have many other states and cities, as a way to pander to voters.
Michael Saltsman
Mike Saltsman joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that, among other things, the Employee Rights Act is being introduced to give employees more control over their workplace regarding being organized by a union.
Michael Saltsman
Mike Saltsman joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the Trump administration is doing positive things concerning workplace relationships, including his appointment to Secretary of Labor.

Friday - May 26, 2017

Steve DelBianco
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to report on how states have tried to tax remote transactions, like from a catalog, by their residents when the seller was out of state.
Steve DelBianco
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to report on the efforts of his organization to stop states from imposing onerous tax collecting, accounting and remitting on Internet sales by small businesses across the U.S.
Steve DelBianco
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to report on how several states have passed “tattle-tale” laws that require businesses that sell online to customers outside their states.

Monday - May 29, 2017

Kenneth Davis
Kenneth Davis joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate those Americans who gave their lives in defense of this country and why Memorial Day is really more about love – agape love – than loss.
Kenneth Davis
Kenneth Davis joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the history of Memorial Day in America, from origins to today.
Joe Davis
Joe Davis joins Jim Blasingame to report on the events around Memorial Day in our nation’s capital.
Joe Davis
Joe Davis joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the multi-faceted work of the veterans organizations, like VFW and American Legion, including advocacy and support.
Joe Davis
Joe Davis joins Jim Blasingame to answer Jim’s angry question about the national disgrace and shame that is the reality of how America treats its veterans, especially from a health care standpoint.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame explains how Memorial Day began in the U.S., and to share the names and a little bit about four Americans in Jim’s life who poured out the last measure of their lives for us.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame recites the poem, “Freedom isn’t Free” and to say that Memorial Day is to honor those who gave their lives so we can enjoy liberty which we’ve created from the freedom we received from God.
Richard Galen
Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to share their thoughts on this Memorial Day, and many of those past.
Richard Galen
Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to discuss President Trump’s first trip abroad and how it became a wake-up call to friend and foe about where America stands under this administration.
Richard Galen
Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to reflect on the American graves at Normandy, and lament the fact that after 70 years, we still haven’t been able to prevent the need for more American’s to be sent into harm’s way.

Tuesday - May 30, 2017

Michael Stallard
Michael Stallard joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the leadership practices to use with your core team members, including conducting vision sessions that give them a voice.
Michael Stallard
Michael Stallard joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the leadership steps to take with core employees to show them they’re valued even when they’re not vocal, plus how to handle the strugglers.
Martin Burvill
Martin Burvill joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the new aspects to mobile networks, including FIOS, which is fiber optics telecom offered by mobile carriers like Verizon.
Martin Burvill
Martin Burvill joins Jim Blasingame to report on why a large mobile network like Verizon is adding terrestrial capability, like fiber, plus home office connectivity services.
Martin Burvill
Martin Burvill joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the ways a large corporation improves service, plus how Verizon will fit into the world of the Internet of things.
Jeff Goins
Jeff Goins joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why a starving artist, or entrepreneur, is just someone who aren’t offering a product customers will pay for, which is not the customer’s fault.
Jeff Goins
Jeff Goins joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that in the new renaissance period, artists and entrepreneurs realize they operate in an environment of abundance, and learn how to monetize their products.
Leslie Kossoff
Leslie Kossoff joins Jim Blasingame to remind us how the quality process works and why it’s the opposite of profit-eating quality service.
Leslie Kossoff
Leslie Kossoff joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the steps to take to make sure your corporate culture includes a focus on quality, including how to accomplish this with the younger generations.
Leslie Kossoff
Leslie Kossoff joins Jim Blasingame to report on her new quality process service for management to help you seek excellence by staying on a quality track.

Wednesday - May 31, 2017

Olalah Njenga
Olalah Njenga joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the strategic thinking that you must do if you’re the CEO of any company, including a small business.
Olalah Njenga
Olalah Njenga joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that strategic planning is aspirational, and business planning is actionable, and why you need to know the difference.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to quote Milton Friedman and Peter Drucker on their thoughts on business values and to debate which smart man was right.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how capitalism has been hijacked by those who think making money is their only purpose in life, at the expense of humans, who ultimately are their customers.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the only a grass roots revolution can save American capitalism, not Wall Street or Washington.
Ilise Benun
Ilise Benun joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power of email marketing is still strong, and some of the tips and best practices to take advantage of this power.
Ilise Benun
Ilise Benun joins Jim Blasingame to reveal several tips and best practices to help you reset and realign your email marketing strategy and take advantage of the follow-up method most customers prefer.
Patricia Greene
Patricia Greene joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that a vacation can be any length, but at the heart of the definition is that it must include some time of disengagement, if one day or seven.
Patricia Greene
Patricia Greene joins Jim Blasingame to reveal polling that shows more small business owners are taking time off for vacations than in the past, and why this is a growth strategy.
Patricia Greene
Patricia Greene joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the elements of employee vacations, including why it’s good for moral, good for cross-training, and also can be a good financial security check.