19 Burst results for "Small Business Entrepreneur"

7 Tools That Will Help Push Through Tough Times

Marketing School

03:14 min | 3 months ago

7 Tools That Will Help Push Through Tough Times

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome onto a another episode of marketing. School I'm Eric. Su and I'm tell- and today we are going to talk about seven tools that will help push you through the tough times so these tools specifically because we talked about a lot of different tools but we wanted to give you a couple options that we think will actually be helpful specific to right now so the first one is APP sumo so this is from our mutual friend Noah Kagan an APP sumo is. Let's say it's groupon for deal? It can be deals on courses. It could be deals on software but especially right. Now if you're looking to get started or you're looking to cut costs on your software APP. Sumo's a really good place because they're looking out for the small business entrepreneurs another one is Eric's click flow in his click voto. He has a content decay feature right now in marketing. You probably have less resources. So look at the pages that are decaying the most in focus on them. I with your Seo. Because if you folks on him I recover your traffic. The quickest which will hopefully impact your sales and help you generate some extra revenue. You can keep more employees all right number. Three is profit well profit while this is from Patrick Campbell and he had a subscription type business. It's a free tool that will allow you to see how your business is doing in terms of revenue growth churn rates and all that good stuff around SAS absolutely free to use probably dot com. Another one is said Fox so send Fox is a Email marketing tool. It's not one hundred percent free but it's quite a bit generous compared to some other tools out there check it out. It's up and coming. It's funny enough by the guys who also created APP Simao. It's worth checking out because it will help you reduce your email. Marketing costs in the short run. All right number HIVE IS UBER SUGGESTS SO LUBERS. I mean obviously free. Seo toll from Neil. He's been working on for years and years. We talk about it a lot on this podcast and I think Neil you've offered a free deal the people right now as wall right yeah. I'm giving away more for free. So a less people have to pay just so it helps them out during these hard times number six rescue time. You probably don't have all the time and energy in the world to get stuff done especially now with less resources. Rescue time helps you optimize each and every single minute of your day so that you can get more out of it. You'll need less staff to get similar results. Check it out. It's a really good product for individuals or teams to figure out how to get the most out of Helps you with your time management without really having to do much all right number seven last but not least so actually I was gonNA say Zoom but a lot of people are already using zoom so I think they went from ten million daily active users to two hundred billion something like that or I think the release something yesterday which is crazy right but instead of things zoom. I'm going to say loom. That's Elo and loom allows you to basically create screen casts really quickly so I want to explain something to my team. I just make loom real quickly and it just makes things move a lot faster right communications. Great obviously you combining

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Bank of America Invests $5.5M in Detroit Homeowners, Small Businesses, Neighborhoods

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

Bank of America Invests $5.5M in Detroit Homeowners, Small Businesses, Neighborhoods

"Detroit homeowners and small business entrepreneurs getting another boost from city hall and bank of America W. W. J. newsradio nine fifties Ron do a report about five and a half million dollars being made possible for several programs that give Detroit homeowners a helping

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A problem with people today in America in any of small businesses and and and and everything everybody you know solve all of the mixer and everything that's the problem right now in America today is you know everybody wants to be proper you know what there's got to be a time in a place where people stand up go I don't care was proper not if it's wrong it's wrong no it would be proper they want to send a text message to you over there exactly the kind of thing on my need to stop watching. on this day it I mean it's as whatever because somebody today I was that I was I was out somewhere and these two people were sitting there and I'm like oh look there have been like you know something I don't know whatever no no the phone the protections are Hey you look good Hey would you like to order spaghetti. that's the world that we live in and what's not. you know speaking of. and all the above but I saw some is very interesting and courses has to go with you know we're talking about here were small business entrepreneur you know radio show here in TV show right but we talk about this stuff about encouraging entrepreneurship. well a lot of these these are you know how to insert stupid jokes here and there every once in awhile but still one of the millennials and these people that are coming out of college and everything else you were encouraging them to start a business and you know this entrepreneurship movement well do you know. that most of them can't even on that one they can't afford a mortgage because they're in so much death but they can't even sort of business they can't even get a loan to start a business because they're in so much debt I think thirty percent of millennials now live in the home. what I didn't know what it is today and it's even to the point now I read something to you were most millennials are actually rejecting credit cards and why. because there are in so much debt and it's a thirty three percent of adults between ages eighteen and twenty nine. have one so it's only thirty three percent. so they're actually rejecting.

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Your personal brand. That means produce content and spend media Tampa FAI it. The biggest mistake people making right now is to relying on organic on their personal brand because that feels like the right thing to do. There's almost like this badge of honor of, like they get their traffic from organic. It's actually the reverse. It's super non strategical move to not amplify media. When media's underpriced? You should be spending as much money as you can afford amplifying your content on Lincoln. We'll be cannabis yet. Yeah. I have a I have a forty nine percent share in a company called Greenstreet out of Los Angeles. We've taken some form of intermediate employees now work working there. It's an agency. It's a conference business called hall of flowers, which we own a piece of, and we own pieces of equity of brands we start with other individuals. You know. So there. Invested in them. It's cannabis delivery, which is exploding as a business model everywhere. Yeah. So we bought one hundred fifty smart cars inserted, distribute them all crops, California, Nevada. And the interesting thing now that we're up against is like, obviously, you can't use Facebook. You can't use it search, but that's just that's sucks for us because we know it. But I keep trying to remember this is literally my favorite thing that's going on. Right now is the cannabis conversation of before Facebook, and there were other things. One hundred percents, just go find those could also do influence marketing. Yeah. Like all my friends, and since I'm really in it, and, you know, two years ago when I came into it like there was a legitimacy factor that the market, appreciate it. And I was like look like it's here's the punchline everybody. I was just at the hall of flowers conference, every person who came up to me and said, Gary, what the fuck I can't Facebook's fucking meal fucking you? They have a term of service. You don't think they want your money. They're trying to figure it out. So instead of crying about what you can't do. Do why don't you spending all your time training for figure out what you can do? You can start the number one podcast in the world around cannabis and Dominy. This is going to be great for cannabis businesses because the drug of the current unbelievable success of being sucked into an Instagram. Facebook world is something they're not going to get high on which is going to allow them to innovate and create something they own instead of fucking renting. Question for you. If you don't mind. So I'm addicted to starting new businesses, they'll tell you. Yes, as well. So how do you make your current team feel like you're not going to abandon them? Or is not abandoning them. Obviously, and I mean they know just Audi by now but it's like. Let's look one hundred percent will work for me is, I would say, things over and over. They mainly didn't believe it. And then overtime is things happened. They believed that more, and that's how you build a reputation. You know it's funny how basic and it's like, what are you gonna do, like hypnotize them? Like like. No, no. But I'm I'm making people around or like you know, because it's still not you, right. How do you make sure they know that you're not going to ban them? That doesn't come in the form of hiring me. Hey, I'm here. I'm like that, that makes it seemed like they you're going to abandon the, you know, like, here's coral. He's really important on the stock. This is the thing you know, I've gone the other way I've got more in. You know, I'm like literally like I even eliminated the COO role at her. I'm gonna see. Oh, that really gets you to believe it when the CEO's operational offices. And if you would see an okay, quick photos, quick. Celtics, I. Oh, thank you. Brother president. Oh, this amazing bro. Came ward. Buck did is amazing on warn hat Jose awesome. I will thank you. But hey podcast, it's me, Gary. Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. I've been blown away by

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Because I love when people like, oh, I, I thought of Uber before Uber. That's great. Johnny, like, like what does that mean? Like of people talking about shit. I knew I knew snap stock was going to go. What does that even mean I'm in the business of putting my mouth, my money where my mouth is maybe that's what you're looking for. Do you know what I mean? Would you want to going for me, just because you like concentrating? And that's amazing. That's phenomenal. I think it's a great desus. I think it's an incredible thesis that you should focus on something and see at home. How about the fact that I got these enough for that same macro rationale or you could be me, which is you love throwing up forty seven plates, and you're comfortable if sixteen collapse because you like thirty one plates. More than one. The takeaway of challenging us into Julie one hundred percent is that the mind that it's always been fun. Actually, that's right. That's where that. Honestly, that you just made me so happy if, if you can get into legacy curiosity process, over Bank account, I don't think I've ever really known how much money I've had ever. I've no clue right now. Enough to be dangerous to make sure it's enough to not be dead. But like when you're process. Is the game here in a much better place? You're welcome. We may sched health and I heard. The big thing that I teach them when we teach another companies to build drives two thousand raving fans around that one, but I understand because the monetization against versus one hundred thousand that don't give a fuck means nothing. And so as I go to realize they can't monetize coaching because very few people paying for high in coaching said before people pay for tangibility. Pay for improvement. Yeah. And the Pete and oftentimes like where really becomes an interesting to be a lot of people, depending on their wired. For example, I can get a lot of money for coaching. I don't want to. So there's two groups ones that can't and there's ones that subconsciously actually don't want to because an enormous percentage of people that pay for coaching are paying for the feeling that they're fixing something versus actually trying to fix it. One of the reasons I really struggled with a lot of people, I know is their bottom feeding on people. And so you got to figure out which group it's important question for you. When you meet somebody, you're like, hey, you can do this. It's either that they can't fill the pipe with valuable enough content or actually, they'd be more like me, which is interesting which is they just don't feel good about it. It's an important part, whereas, I'm thrilled to sell a hoodie, or sneaker or lack of wine. And most people don't rise. It's also very important to analyze your costumer coaching very tough. When, you know, the person's looking for a quick fix and the majority one hundred thousand percent the end and then what it does is takes people out of their truth. Because there are why is the coaching business. So we've come to be very ambiguous basements, which is we have next. Next. Pods to. There is now been doing trucks and connected to help them actually deliver their coaching full free that try and then monetize on citizens. Homeless supplements. Bill, recovering stuff. So good to question for you. Not for us to do that. I need to get myself into the software space to allow them a platform to do that Trump. Okay. That's, that's what I'm starting to feel two hundred coaches that we have, if engine, we'll have one what Laden software that they used to deliver today, tried that can then open up the door for them to for them to segue feeling of products..

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Expectations up front, which takes humility. From the person. The, the thing that most people are unable to see about me until the really get closer is the humility part, that comes along with the confidence. You know. You know. Takes the personal brand. Some christian. Listen. Push what he, please. And I highly respect everyone goes, and got Oscar bait and is wonderful enough about themselves physician because I'm feeling this. I'm kind of tired of the end demand. Please we assume that the name for the best in the world. And. A long time to get quicker. Is his what happens? Well that makes super happy. He used. He would get serious relationships. We decided by house. You talk a lot about the national success metrics. Yep. A movie hip, Dan. I'm telling you, I mean, I mean it Indian culture Russian culture, I sustain shit. Obviously, there's a couple that outline, but like stuff to prove you won is how humans are wired. Go ahead. So we bought a house. We if he started to doubt that was the time when I work in the company because there was a lot of her shop, and there was a deadly depreciate, so I understand cool. So maybe the public is maybe talking about that. And so one day when we had to pop straight through lubick down and two houses down a mufti mentioned. This is about nine months later. There was an open house. We will in the house, and he has like. Should by this house. By I wanna make sure Peng this, you buy a house, two houses over nine months earlier. Right. Yep. You, you at that same time are starting the business, and it's starting to work. I understand it starting to work like good things happening in the business. You're starting to see the early indications of something. Good is happening. So what you do with those early indications is the side that you should buy, the bigger house that makes that makes a ton of sense to me, keep going. And so he's a drain on the believe. Unlike this house's third times of what current houses if you think we can do it. Let's do it. We signed the papers thirty two weeks later to buy this house. In the meantime, the same agent sell out house in life. And. Gustav account and that was a second. Slide inwards and sustain for. So it's not just like from that might have had nothing to do with the houses, by the way, the might have dipped in the house. I understand I understand, but like the, the growth might have not happened because you're under pressure in might have been because you're right about the thesis of what you were doing. I want to test that good. Now, the so. Uncomfortable. And you wanna make do something more uncomfortable. If you play a game if let me say one thing, and I don't know if this very going, but I'm just jump in, because I like to do that. If you're gonna play a game of like every time we put ourselves in macro pressure that we are this United front emotionally and financially in strategically. We have big spikes of growth, you're going to pick wrong one day. And liu. So don't make that your thesis this shore and figure out how to create pressure in a different way that isn't financially. Yeah. Yeah. So now we have financial pressure. Okay. We understand you've grown into being able to afford it easier. I get it understand just enjoying what we do. Okay. Now business card. Is it? As exciting. Of course, it makes sense, but that might not have anything to do with the pressure..

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"I was like this is gonna suck because what entitled kids don't like is, when you cut off their credit card like like the kids that you by Mercedes foreign high school pay for their college unlimited Uber. Unlimited equinoxes and the first year at college, you buy them their apartment and you get them unlimited Uber continues and you got them their job when you decide because you're apparent that decides that for some reason twenty three's, the year a kid gets cut off that kid fucking shits on you like crazy because he didn't condition them. I have a little sister so so so that happened. So I think I think if you get your that to me is the framework, if you can get your timing, right from over coddling culture safety. Yes, heart and you can make that transition to merit. And every company is different every leader's different. You know, I missed the Mark here, which I hope will make me not miss the Mark next time. It's but here's why do it. I missed the Mark or companies never been healthier today over correcting from when you create too much entitlement is a hell of a lot better than establishing a company that is a Solis financial machine. You're never injecting culture into that. So the seed matters. So in terms of over communication. So for the first in college all the way till I exited my first business, I was pretty much solo. And so it doesn't come natural. Right. Try to figure out your way. Maybe maybe, you know, maybe it's phone calls. Maybe it's hiring chief heart officer like making an investment to culture now and giving her or him disproportionate power. Record. Cool. Cool. I want to live with more of, you know, hun. Have you guys managed your accounts because there's a time when you're younger, younger company are you have, you know, eight an analyst, managing today counts? Right. And then how do you go about making that transition into one to one or two one? Carefully. And when you were asking that, are you asking financially or like how the account gets used to it or the people themselves, like give me the all of the above? I think I think that uses answer with over financial they paid more therefore they get, you know, where people. Yes, but more of like a parking company in culture because it's two completely different strokes. I've worked at other agencies somewhere I've managed ton of accounts. Some mid-size were down this for one client, only, so, but I've never been in any transition for one to one another. So I think that's what you concern that transition. I don't know that's considered. Well, that's, that's a that's what's really good about this question. I think it's a good theoretical question. And I think it's less scary in real life, which is why I asked that, which is why, I'm glad the way you answered. I think you're worried about the boogeyman. You know what I mean? Like I think I think he's trying to be thoughtful, which is amazing. It's what you want from leaders to begin with. So that's a good tell. But I think you know, hey Carl you're on seven accounts now. You're on four. There's, you know, some people might get like, are you worried about the internal park like the actual employees that work for you? Like trip making that transition. Sure, I mean it could be. Yeah, because it's a completely different mindset. Yeah. I think it's a boogeyman thing really. I do. Like it's a it's a different mindset that either that person can do or can't do. You're not gonna know if they can get, you know, a lot of these, you know what I mean? I think people prep for things..

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Twenty four months ago where like what your portfolio look like with female founders, and I could see was bubbling up, and I remember thinking, like this is gonna be awesome. Because I was really in a good place, but it was really funny. I was in a good place, not by being a noble man or like trying to be fair. It was out of my general thesis of the other way it was my disrespect it was, my it was me being. What's the word? I'm looking for it. Well, no, sorry, I used the word because it was mean being, I was stereotyping men, even though I'm a nurturing dude. I was stereotyping men for not being, I was being very, very basic. Women are, you know, but I actually believe it, I believe. That over nurturing emotionally a business in the first three to four years is remarkably underrated. All feelings all kumbaya. I mean, you've got to pay the bills you gotta get through. But I think that's where if you can help and I don't know you well enough if you can put a lot of the financial onus on yourself and it's very cliche. That's why I asked you. Did you start it? I like good. He's going to be able to do this because he was like, when you're the person that is the thing that I you know, it like that's the you can't imagine how fun it is to walk through this company knowing that means the CEO is the best practitioner of social media work. There is no executive that I'm scared of in my own company. It's very powerful. Most executives lose touch with reality or never had in the first place. They just thought of a business idea, and like their partner was the one that made the bread, you You know. know, so as much onus and pressure on you to allow to establish that culture. And then we're I missed the Mark was in year five. When we were here when we first move in here. Three. Three right. Three. It's the rate three will be in August, right? Yeah. So, what are we in one thousand nine hundred sixteen I took five years in. I I did it. So I waited one year too long to make the transition from over nurturing to merit, which then creates entitlement, and I had a I had a very difficult time unwinding that it took me a good year and a half because I go up thirty people to make the statement, rip the band aid that fucked up every, I mean, you would have thought that like it was the great depression. Hear people yelling at me and all hands on in my own place to be like fuck you. But, you know, I made the mistake I waited a year a year and a half, too long to go from lovey-dovey YouTube. He's like, hey, you're I make fun of entitlement. Don't let your kids win. They play trophies. But I missed the Mark here by year year and a half and the moment, I realized that I was like, I just remember going through that in my own mind..

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"The money to spend time with me, and this is an hour, Lanta this year, little bit, you what we didn't land is exactly how I'm thinking about it Lanta. That was the fucking cool party and I'll do that again in Miami. We'll have to chains. And we'll, you know we'll kill it and it'll be culture that Saturday night Friday will be the business conference for the people that signed, fifty thousand dollar deal. More with bainer sports people, and what those businesses are going to be like, fuck it. I don't give who bainer sports gives to what players my money for my cheese puffs. I just wanna be with Gary for that day on Friday. I would pay fifty got it that type of think reverse engineer them. Okay. And then kind of threes and why we came are brought them is were really young marketing agency. Yes. Really January wanted this year congrats things. So it's more of starting well for us. Yeah. Versus coming to you in two years going shit. I wasted a quarter million dollars on this and heard thousand dollars on that. That's right. That's exactly right. You can go back to where you were, if you even were ever in between ten and twenty full timers not we weren't, and I started my company in a conference room of another company like we were like people like kind of continue to forget that, when you from ground zero for, like thirty friends, or no respect. We were we were small per longtime, because the first two years, I was pretty passive. I mean, I think when I took over two and a half years in, I think we're less than thirty. That's all. That's awesome. Yeah. We, we got crazy when I started running at full time. I just love hiring people. That's not a joke. So good. Yeah. So if you can think back then. Yeah I mean couple core things this proportionate over communication, with every single person. That's in it like the game changing reason why being or media still fundamentally strong is how close I was to the first hundred employees. It's still permanents Il. We were Ted later of like old vein or new. There's many things that will come from it later. But it is the num- honestly, it's raising a child over loved the fuck out of your kid in the first four years and see ridiculous dividends later like later, you can worry about entitlement. But at four they kick entitled just love the fuck out of them later, you can not let them win like I do. Now, you know, but in the beginning, and they'll cry does every day, but but because they're getting used to, like, what is this? I'm so, you know, but over so it's you're, you're the guy you have to build a real relationship with all of them. Thanks for the post you position. You have to build a real relationship, and, and you have to manage all of them differently. You have to manage them based on them not based on year and you sometimes the one at first everyone wants. There's a million things at twelve and twenty like you're going to have that awesome culture like people going to stay later. Your closest fuck cut out the cancer quick. If you by accident fucked up and hired somebody, you gotta get, you know, give her or him real the only time I'm pretty radical candor is when they're a singular cancer in a small group where I'm like, hey, like, nobody likes you. Well, I'm the best employees like cool. I'm still going to fire you the best employees isn't the one who makes the most money or the client likes the best. It's the holistic best and all eleven people in this office. Don't love the way your rolling. So that's important early cancer is important because it keeps like positive by a very nervous. I think I think the first four years of company are disproportionately nurturing. You know, it's, it's actually really funny. I. There was a period in two thousand eleven twelve when I was investing in pretty heavily female Centric, startups. Birch box, and Mick MAG, all these companies and later became such a part of our culture of like there was a moment..

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Mc sows setup that delivery systems to scale drinks Clinton high experience for that. They customer the client understood through a rep share with them model or through a fee model thing. Understood close. So my name is doc lose. So I'm the founder factory and basically, I'm a personal CTO. So I hope so on for Noor is small businesses, and they're struggling and trying to scale and they're frustrated I go in and basically build their text acts or hope them with automation for that. Thanks, a lot of sense where you based decent. Awesome. Yeah. Very cold and then start with copyright. So that's how started with. Years ago from their interesting. Okay. Brian Neal CEO blind zebra enterprises who seal earnings heels coaching keynote, speaking in podcasting, my side hustles on NFL because that true. That's true. Okay. You present to I'm fired up about I ready. I wanted to ready the president novel same for you, NFL ref. You actually referee NFL game. I think it's amazing. You see that's crazy. That's amazing. How many games do you do? Twenty two fifteen regular season. Four preseason come so fired up. I cannot wait to be bad at a call that you make next year. The cameras. Listen. I really know the answer is it's human being, you know, it's like it's amazing cool. That's really cool. Let's ruggero. So in the macro, actually, I'll just start with this giving you three I would assume which would be smart given what you're at creative and media, you're on your path to building a vein or media lake agency and trying to I mean, obviously, there's always nuances, but creative in media under one house, and you're trying to whatever it may be there'd be a different things. Go ahead. I remember I left you comment about asking about how you ply retainer model to a software development agency. And so that's, that's like primary is sold being this. We have with this offer development agency that six next to the drill marketing agency. So they're all from the digital marketing agency side. We also have full service offer in terms of enterprise the stuff. So all under what one one one company like one PL. Okay. And it started with that. And this has been built on top. Okay software development goes back about four and a half years. How did that start solo pretty much quote?.

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"There's no fundamental understanding of what impact is when a business. Small business entrepreneur pays their staff pays their benefits pays their suppliers pays the lease pays the utilities pays for advertising pays for back of the house. HR pays for whatever. It all. It is after all that is taken care of. Oh. Then they'll get paid. And sometimes there's nothing left. Sometimes there's a lot left. There are no guarantees. For an entrepreneur a small business person. Just there aren't any guarantee struggle guarantee. Hard relentless work. So that's why GT is going through. You've got minimum wage not that long ago. We're battling workers comp. Mandatory healthcare every time you turn around. So the reason I bring this up is government, leave him alone. And for those small businesses that file their business on personal because they don't they haven't formed a corporation. They're an entrepreneur, they don't have an LLC their self employed. You cannot look at the gross of that revenue and related to what they earn. There's this misconception. Oh, your business. You're rich. No. Entrepreneurs small business has nothing to do with organized labor for those that sit in the big score building for those who lobbied for more and more more more more more more money. That's what each has as doing. That's what's behind the GT increase. You guys have guaranteed everything unless you decide to strike that your choice. But everything else. That deposit has made in your account every two weeks. Those health benefits are paid for you don't have to worry about it. On and on and on. And you're not gonna lose your job unless you shoot a puppy, unfortunately, mall, the middle lunchtime. Yeah. Protection you have guarantees. Other people. So legislators bureaucrats you've got to understand that. But since it doesn't affect you personally. And because others have coalitions and voting blocks where the single guy or gal that's out there. Try to make a living by putting a shingle on the front door and an open sign. They do not. And that's at the heart of why we're screwed up. It is eight forty nine in the morning. It would behoove people who proposed things to go out and have a conversation or eight or ten or twelve people in the district in which they are supposedly the Representative to say if we did this. How would it affect you and get to know some of these small businesses and how find that line is? You question when you see things like this broad brush approach if they really do understand that there are people barely making it. They may. It's similarly with law enforcement to do a ride along it should be a job. Swap. Lawmaker chair of. Whatever commit come on over. Come on down during when the lead during legislative session downtime. After me come on spend a week with me. Come on in the basics. Your.

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff

The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff

"Basically become that in a way. Well, we've we've become that for more of the small business out. God. Oh jar for you know, they have they have revenue requirements. Right. God we don't do in two hundred thousand a year, and you wanna do million. We can help you God. So we're we're more of that experience for everybody. Right. But EEO is great. I set our local chapter here in Rochester. We ended up merging it with buffalo to farm EEO. Western New York great-great-great organization. I was in it for about thirteen years. And whether it's e oh, this ditch white peo-, Avantis, whatever we have. We all have great value to help the entrepreneur. So, you know, see what what you know, which one you liked fits. Yes. Fit for you. They're all different. They all offer kind of a different flavor of ice cream. And check them all out, we we're all very helpful. We all have good products, and we all like to help people. But you know, each one is not for everybody. So when when you're at a point where you know, you have some. The fly wheels turning you've got some traction. And you you wanna find network of entrepreneurs to help you get to that next level. There's we were very lucky here in the US. We've got some great. Great organizations. Yeah. So we need to wrap up believe it or not time goes by fast. When you're when you're having a good time. So so yeah. So again, you know, our audience is the business builders show. It's business people across the country. Thank god. And thank you for listening. Any thing that you'd like to make sure I didn't ask you about that you want to make sure that you drive home to the audience. Now, I would just say, hey, any listeners out. There are interested in starting vanity in your community. Will we love to talk to you where we're really trying to affect an inspire entrepreneurs all over the world, we love helping the small business entrepreneur scale to the next level and surround themselves with

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"And so in there, so many different platforms. It's constantly figuring out. What does success look like on every platform who were the best influencers that can tell a story on that particular pop warm, how do you work with them, and how much should you pay them? And you know, with every new brand in an every new platform in even every new set of influencers that come along those are they do have to reevaluate sometimes redesigned. So it was a lot of figuring thing. Out. And since I was the only person that job. It's a building full of people who are looking to meet for those answers. And it's it's a lot. But it was very awarded. I know that must have been so fun to to shape a role into leave a legacy yet. That's actually my favorite part. I can ever say. But I was the burst. Which is nice. It's it is really nice to have at like a really big company. There's you know, very few times where you can leave a Mark like that on a company of that size. So now, let's talk a little bit about the do's and don'ts of influence marketing and just overall how to work with brands. So let's take the influence or side for for a bit. Or just you know, the business small business entrepreneur, let's start with the ground work. So how do you even get into the space of having brands notice you what should you have in place? Tell us the framework. Sure. So I think, you know, everybody needs a website. I'm still amazed by people who don't have websites twenty eighteen I don't know how they got away with not having a domain, but you need a website. It doesn't matter. If your website has a ton of pages or one page it needs to be like a central place where people can find out who you are. What you look like what do you do? How can they work with you all of these things need to be? And most importantly, like how can the contact you as I've seen websites where I wanna book people, and there's no contact information on them. And don't know how you build a whole site that the most important. People people people do it, you know, where they have contact forms that don't work or Email addresses that are misspelled or hyperlink that don't actually go anywhere. Like, these are all things that you now people do to make it really hard to give the money and rule number one is never make it hard for people to give you money. You know, people people into that rule lot and on Instagram that another place where it's like have a bio that is an accurate description of who you are have a photo where people can see your face because people like to know who they're connecting with. And then put your contact information in your bio, if people don't realize Instagram on the desktop which most people don't use almost everybody uses Instagram uses it on their phone, but they don't realize that people who buck influencers talent for living. We use Instagram on the computer, and it's a different experience in teed. You know, your book was the first place that pointed that out to me, I was like I have the Email. But in why would if people talk about they can't find my Email? I have I so yes, your book was the first place that, you know, gave me that lightbulb moment. Now live people have these these ingredients in place, they put up a website with some WordPress themes. They got their Instagram layout going. How how people standing out these days? Like, I feel like everyone wants something works. Everyone catches onto it. And they use the same filters. Everyone starts copying each other. Yes. I think now the real, you know, as with other places in the industry where you're using a lot of content. The focus is really on storytelling people the way to stand out. Now is to be able to write a story. If you see a lot of influences cannot string together a sentence. It's just emojis emojis, and like, you know, strange questions, and if you are brand new you're paying a lot of money, you need them to be able to tell a story, and you can't just say like, I really liked this shampoo and conditioner..

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The Model Health Show

The Model Health Show

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The Model Health Show

"But I've heard I've been I've been sharing this for about twenty years and against create this this actual model is Edward de Bono. But I've heard so many great testimonials from people and great amazing stories about their relationship about their health about big decisions. They had to make about where they're gonna live and their career. And it makes sense. Right. Absolutely. You're not stuck in one point of view. Exactly, exactly. What was going to say because we tend to get stuck in our way of thinking, and we have access to so many different ways. As of thinking like inherently NS in. So it's just having first of all just giving permission like you just did to think differently in. Here's how you do it, you know, put on this hat in look at this situation. And so for myself, personally, I just wanna share this. I'd started to get more into this kind of. Fact-based thinking, you know, about certain decisions in my life. That's that's a big part of my natural approach. But there's also the big feeling part. And I started to lessen the feeling part in. So I was going on more things of you know, these are things that I should do logically speaking, right? But they didn't feel right. And lo and behold when I keep taking steps in that direction, it just didn't work out. Right. Because I wasn't acknowledging literally your feelings often times to give you direct feedback. But you cannot just get caught up in your feelings because feelings can be very temporary or so so I love this kind of whole brain whole being thinking, and man, thank you so much for sharing that this is like blow my mind, absolutely, Sean. I would encourage also when everyone's listen to this. This doesn't have to just apply to your life. This works really well for teams. So let's say, you know, your your your business. Let's your small business entrepreneur of a small group of five. Individuals on your team, and you're facing something that's a, you know, an issue in your industry or something internally. Like would she do this product or should you? You know, stop doing this show or whatever you need to do is get everybody in a room. And then take turns wearing these different hats. This is also great for parents to teach their children at an early age because it builds empathy it allows you to be even if I've had parents actually make out of, you know, different color pieces of paper like these actual hats. And they'll take their children's exercise children will have a question about school. The question about, you know, going to some whatever their decision is. And then you could play with us with them also as well. So it's not just your own benefit. You can do this with your team, your family, and and more is this something super valuable to for ourselves to practice, but also to teach and instill in other folks, this concept of divergent thinking and being able to really quote think outside of the box and just look at things from. All these different perspectives. It's so interesting how many creative solutions there are two the same problem. But when we're in it, we can think there's this problem in I don't know how to solve it when Hera like tens hundreds of different solutions forward, but we have to be divergent in it. So I love so much, and it's incredibly valuable skill to have right now when we're talking about skill base success. Meaning that your when we talked about a lot of jobs going overseas, or they're being a is gonna replace them or on automation is the three areas that computers aren't as easily going to be able to do that as three areas creativity, right, which is thinking process imagination right because think about the entertainment industry think about all these wonderful superhero movies when I geek out about that comes from somebody's imagination. And then the third thing a computer is not gonna be able to do as well as human at least not yet is strategy these and so be able to make. These kind of good decisions and solve problems. That's our value in society. An entrepreneur is nothing, but a professional problem solver. Right. They're taking challenges whether they're small life challenges or grand big challenges that are going on, you know, at the planet is facing right now..

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Tom slash kin thought i was thanks for joining the conversation here on the ken coleman show a conversation about who you are who you are created to be how you can get there this is sirius xm channel one thirty two the triumph channel how many of you out there think your dream job could be at ramsey solutions it might very well be hiring all the time but i am really excited tell you that we are looking for marketers and sales people that's right marketing director's email marketers social media gurus we're looking for sales people in our stewardship financial peace university area our ramsey education high school curriculum area and entree leadership which is our small business entrepreneur division so those are specific areas and again marketers and sales people so here's the deal you know we do work matters if this fits in your sweet spot do you have the talent the skills to be a marketer to be a salesperson do you love selling do you love telling stories of redemption restoration hope well if that's you then ramsey solutions could be your dream job could be right in your sweet spot here's what you do go to daveramsey dot com click on dave's hiring it's on the right hand side of the homepage daveramsey dot com click on dave's hiring and spread the word if you're not looking for that but you know somebody who is spread the word and tell them ken coleman sent me oh yeah that might move your resume to the top of the pile i don't know i don't know i don't wanna make promises all right let's get back to your phone calls eight four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number rick is on the line in morristown new jersey rick you're on the ken coleman show good.

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on Note To Future Me

Note To Future Me

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on Note To Future Me

"This is a note to future may second two thousand eighteen interview requests i probably get about our minimum of ten to twelve pitches every month for podcast that i helped produce called business inspires it's crazy how many people wanna be on the podcast not being braggadocious about it it just comes down to that it's in the right category at the right time small business entrepreneur that is a hot category four up and coming entrepreneurs to show off their wares as it were and to be on as many of those types of interview podcasts as possible but the reality is the podcast has very specific target guest and audience the requests are all similar it's all about them it's look what i've done or you must have me on your show the requests are coming mostly from pr companies they're boring don't have any value to the podcast at all you can tell they haven't researched the podcast cast or listen to one episode so a tip to those at want to start being guests on a podcast for your part ensure that you have what the podcasts needs as a guest okay do some research trying to figure out what the podcast is trying to accomplish first of all hit up the rating and reviews on itunes if it's a good podcast whether you want to be a guest or not they're gonna pre she ate you appreciating them i tunes are the platforms a huge screen shot that re rating and review let them know that you love the show senate to him in an email but no pitch send them at tweet praising the show be specific about the episode that you listen to are specific piece of that show that they really know that you did listen to it and show that you're genuinely liking the show and again no pitch though share the show on twitter with the.

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And make sure that we are doing everything we can to win the customer even beyond the sad that's where extreme customer service takes place it's what happens after the sound i'm not talking about just sending a survey but maintaining that connection and that relationship and continuing to add down you it is even valuebased businesseconomy right now these vat not getting value from you i'm going to give someplace else is also a friction free economy a right now it's correct has if it's a little bit hard a little bit challenging i'm gonna do business with somebody else being somebody else is going to make it easier so when we talk talk about great customer service an element of that is is not just how we treat people not just in me in the nice cds raid as making a phone call in having a smile and being courteous but it's actually even in our systems and processes as while every every element of what we do is this thing dude by our our disposition in our attitude towards the customer in if you don't think so it's just a couple of years ago when we went through one of the most difficult economic times of our lifetime employment grew up he was born 1928 he was he was a child with the depression the great depression and he knows what it's like to to go through these these economic struggles and what not for us to those six seven eight nine ten was was really a beat the starts doing jobs small business entrepreneur but what do we saying we we we we we incorporated experience pros in them in your renamed the business experience pros in two thousand eight enduring the rule we should in the big group of people were circle round talking above there the the wolves of the economic don't bolger we should we opt out acting out of the recession now living in it and there are a lot of people that felt the same length sure and in a unfortunately for ask created this momentum but in every in every economic downturn those that have a plan that keep going that are actually the.

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Yeah we definitely canal lined just go to just go to daveramsey dot com and click on the cpa there and call them and say i need to sit down with unity helped me put it together set books fresh books is an online bookkeeping system for small business entrepreneurs it'll help you a lot but you've got some kind of a thing that's working with your manufacturer with your distributor over sonia the tires and that's the software that he's using because he install anything that automatically happens we know that so somebody has somebody wanna your vendors or something has dropped that in there and i'd like to find something that works handinglove with that to make this easier and keep your cost of creating these these books down but if you spend two or three four five thousand dollars a year on bookkeeping it's going to be worth every dime because you're gonna make that back tenfold just by getting your free can act together are now i know we've got to cantered we know about that in our back there are other higher are you guys in church by chance area okay god is not going to bless incompetence it's in the bible those that take care of the little things are given more to manage river that scripture i've ever heard the scripture the diligent to know the state of your floxin herds who pair that's where you are so you need to do this spiritual exercise for you guys hold on i'm gonna send your copy the book entree leadership i'm proud of you run and a good small business i want you to do even better and if you need some help you call me back anytime i'm here to help this is the dave ramsey show.

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"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on How to Start a Startup

How to Start a Startup

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"small business entrepreneur" Discussed on How to Start a Startup

"So a subset of your the boss is you have flexibility you have control of your own schedule is really attractive idea so here's the reality and live in quote so this is truly resident resonates with me as well in some of the reasons for this again you're always on call don't intend to work all parts of the day but you might not get to control which ones your role model this is super important so if your employees of a company you might have some good weeks might have some bad week some weeks when you're you're low energy made you wanna take couple extra days off that's really bad if you're you're an entrepreneur like your team will really signal off what you bring to the table and so if you take your foot off the gas so away and you're always working anyway so if you really passionate about an idea it's just gonna like paul you too to keep working on it if you're working with great investors you're working with partners they're gonna wanna be working really hard they're gonna want you'd be working really hard and again you're gonna want to work really hard so some some companies like to tell the story about you can have your cake and eat it too you can have like fourday we workweeks maybe if you're if you're tim ferriss maybe you can have a twelve hour work week it's really attractive idea and it does work in a particular instance which is if you want to like actually have a small business or go after in each market than your small business entrepreneur that makes total sense but as soon as you get past like two or three people you really need to step it up and be fulltime committed.

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