EP24. Lessons to Help Your Branding & Great Public Speaking Tips by Clyde P Riddlesbrood


Clyde P Riddlesbrood, founder and owner of the Riddlesbrood Touring Theater Company says, “Laugh justifies the means.”

Clyde grew up in the entertainment industry working with his father at a Dinner Theater in South Jersey and started his own theater company in 2000.


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EP23. Get Better at Finding Your Customers and Closing Them by Eszylfie Taylor


Eszylfie Taylor is Founder of the Taylor Method, President of Taylor Insurance & Financial Services, Top Ranked Financial Advisor, Agent, Broker, Entrepreneur and Keynote Speaker. With over thirteen years of experience in the financial industry, his focus is on building relationships, educating clients, and providing custom solutions that have allowed him to become one of the top advisors in the industry. He was most recently selected to speak at the Million Dollar Roundtable Conference in Louisiana.


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EP22. Help to Get the Book Out of Your Head, Into Stores and Sold in Volume by Chris Kennedy


Author Chris Kennedy is quite the sensation. He self-publishes his own books and sells them like hotcakes. With over 40,000 copies sold last year alone, Chris has this system down so well that he wrote a book on how to help aspiring authors to get their books written and sold.


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EP21. PT2: Proven, Practical Innovation to Help You Sell More by Richard Haasnoot


Back with Part 2, Richard Haasnoot, author of six books, including the popular, “Proven Practical Innovation That Delivers Results” has an Innovation Best Practices podcast with listeners in 72 countries. He has lived his dream, including a wonderful family that gives him the most happiness.


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How Many Employees Do You Need?

Look at your business system and your requirements. How many employees do you need for your small business? Do you need people coming in every day and working full-time hours? Is it possible that you can easily do with part-time workers or freelancers?

TPasted Graphiche aim here is not just to save money, but only spend where you actually need. You are not hiring to give an image of a big company; you want to expand into an enterprise slowly and strategically. To be able to do this, you need to Show More »

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EP20. Get Proven, Practical Innovation to Help You Sell More & Make More by Richard Haasnoot


Richard Haasnoot, author of six books, including the popular, “Proven Practical Innovation That Delivers Results” has an Innovation Best Practices podcast with listeners in 72 countries. He has lived his dream, including a wonderful family that gives him the most happiness.


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Areas of Mistaken Leadership

For an effective and efficient business, you need to create a management and leadership system and teach your managers to use it. Let’s have a look at what leadership is not about so we can make sure we don’t make these mistakes. Note that while there is a focus on the negative aspect, each section ends off with a positive action that should be in place. Here are some areas of mistaken leadership.

 

NOT THE SOLE AUTHORITY

Pasted GraphicBeing a leader most certainly does not mean that you are the only voice and the only authority in the company. Rather than making all the decisions yourself, bring your team together, put the problem Show More »

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EP19. Get Inspired & Empowered to Live Life in Accordance with Your Soul Purpose by Allen Vaysberg


Allen Vaysberg, the founder of the School of Human Potential says, “success is but a state of mind!” He is a successful entrepreneur who built several multi-million dollar businesses within the IT consulting industry.


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