Former United States Assistant Secretary of Labor Al Angrisani joins us to discuss the state of small business issues in today’s economic climate. We also discuss the best way to hold productive meetings, and efforts to help budding entrepreneurs in developing nations.
Listen to this show with guest Robert Kiyosaki, author of the landmark investment book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad. We discuss the importance of investment for a business owner and where opportunities lie in the marketplace today.
By popular demand, we’re running a show from our days on KLSX, 97.1 FM in Los Angeles. On this show we had a lively discussion with callers about why in business nice guys really do finish last.
We had such a big response to our last show with Jay Abraham that we’re bringing back an all time favorite- Jay Abraham discussing affiliate marketing strategies from back in 2002.
Marketing guru Jay Abraham joins us to discuss his book, The Sticking Point Solution and how you can move your business from stagnation to growth.
On the fence about starting a business? Unsure about how to go about doing so? Today we speak with Carol Roth, author of The Entrepreneur Equation. Her new book addresses these issues, and we will talk about the common problems new entrepreneurs face- and how to overcome them. We also discuss the good news in job creation coming out of California, some notes of caution regarding daily deal sites, and more!
We have two great guests today. First up is Barry Moltz, author of BAM! Delivering Customer Service in A Self Service World. We follow that with an interview with Michael Bungay Stanier, author of Do More Great Work. Tune in to hear about how to create a better experience for your customers and how to best use your time.
We speak with Bill Catlette, author of Contented Cows Give Better Milk and Contented Cows MOOve Faster. His books address the issues of accountability and creating a workplace environment that employees enjoy coming to. We’ll also discuss some ideas on how to let prospects sample your business as a means of reversing risk, disaster recovery essentials, and check-in on our visit to the IT Expo.
Today we speak with Anne Loehr, author of Managing the Unmanageable, about problem employees and how to best deal with them. Matt also gives his thoughts on the new Google+ social network, and we discuss the help (or rather lack thereof) from Washington for Small Businesses.
We are joined by Amy Handlin, a member of New Jersey’s state legislature and author of Be Your Own Lobbyist: How to Give Your Small Business Big Clout with State and Local Government. We discuss how to effectively lobby state and local officials, and how to avoid the pitfalls that many encounter when trying to do so. Also on this show is an update on the small business lending bill, and an explanation of cloud computing and why your business should look into it.