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    Management Decisions - Exit Signs: Successfully Selling Your Business
by Pamela Dennis and Tim Muma - Jan, 2016
For the countless business owners working hard to build their company, there will eventually come a time to move on. That can be a physically, mentally and emotionally challenging process many aren't prepared to tackle. Pamela Dennis, author of "Exit Signs," offers Tim Muma her experienced insight to help organizational leaders effectively sell their businesses. Pamela sold her own company years ago, and for three decades she...
 
    Management Decisions - Zombies Ate My Business: Keep Your Business from the Undead
by Jamie Gerdsen and Tim Muma - Jan, 2016
Traditional businesses often face the tremendous challenge of remaining innovative, relevant and profitable, especially as leadership begins to leave or change. Jamie Gerdsen, CEO of Apollo Home, wrote "Zombies Ate My Business: How to Keep Your Traditional Business from Becoming One of the Undead" to help those companies struggling to develop and grow. He explains to Tim Muma what threatens the life of their businesses and how...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Venture Mom: From Idea to Income
by Holly Hurd and Tim Muma - Sep, 2015
The traditional working model isn't for everyone, and it can be especially difficult for women looking to commit fully to motherhood and a career. There might be a way to enjoy both. Holly Hurd, an entrepreneur, speaker and writer, shares her experiences and keys to success with Tim Muma on LJNRadio. Holly is the author of "VENTURE MOM: From Idea To Income In Just 12 Weeks," and she brings the listeners insightful perspective...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Saberfeet: Footwear Analysis for Athletes
by Jessica Jensen and Tim Muma - Jun, 2015
With all the time and money put into professional athletics, particularly in terms of performance enhancement and injury prevention, it appears most are ignoring a major issue: proper footwear. Jessica Jensen, footwear analyst and founder of Saberfeet, gives us the finer points of footwear and the reasons her type of analysis could be vital for athletes - especially baseball players. Jessica explains to Tim Muma what she looks...
 
  Expressing Your Opinion Can Hurt Your Brand
by Debra Wheatman - May, 2016
The other day, I was reading an article on LinkedIn about gender equality at the executive level. It was written by a female executive who noted that there are very few female C-level executives in any size company and that diversity only helps companies to succeed. The article was in no way inflammatory, and it was very well written. However, a quick scan of the comment section was horrifying. I am alternately amazed and...
 
  Nature or Nurture: Can You Learn Entrepreneurial Skills?
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
You’ve probably heard that most businesses fail, but the reasons why are not always clear. Lack of managerial expertise may be one factor. After all, most inexperienced people who get jobs in large corporations aren’t put in charge right away. Rather, they may be given small responsibilities until they have sufficient business acumen to be trusted with larger ones. On the other hand, small-business owners are often overconfide...
 
  Being Over Age 60 and a Job Seeker: Is Securing A Fulltime Permanent Job Your Priority?
by Randy Block - May, 2016
Are you sending out resumes, and answering advertisements on company websites? Did someone tell you that you could upset and turn-off Human Resources if you bypass them? You have been “good” by following the “rules”. You say to yourself, “I’m perfect for the job.” You wait. It’s now weeks later and you’ve received no reply: “How can they miss my great background? If I could just get to the manager…” Here’s an important f...
 
  How SMBs Set Financial Direction
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
A recent study, The Principal Financial Well-Being Index, found that business owners generally have positive vibes about where they stand financially. Almost half are optimistic about the 2016 economy—and with good reason. Sixty-four percent feel their financials have improved significantly or somewhat from last year, and 74 percent have built a surplus of cash. I asked three small-business owners—Sarah Jacoby, owner of dan...
 
  What Are Your Business Goals
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
Small-business activity is on the rise, according to the National Federation of Independent Business’s chief economist William Dunkelberg. Not counting seasonal variations, 55 percent of owners have recently hired or are planning to hire new staff, 23 percent are raising worker compensation, and 11 percent plan to create new jobs. I asked four small-business owners how they are taking their enterprises to the next level thi...
 
  Are You Living Your Plan A?
by Sherri Edwards - May, 2016
The other night, a client asked me if I was in my “Plan A” job. Loosely interpreted, his question meant, is my current work experience the vision of what I really want to do? My answer required thought and a much longer answer than “yes” or “no.” The first point I want to make is that I don’t have a “job.” I do “work.” My work can be very rewarding and satisfying. I am able to have relatively flexible hours, and I work out...
 
  How the Personal Chef To TRH Prince And Princess of Wales Built Her Royal Career
by Kathy Caprino - Apr, 2016
Part of the series “Creativity at Work” In my line of work, I’m introduced to hundreds of fascinating creatives, artists and performers each year who are thriving in creative careers they adore. I love learning about the trajectory of their lives, and how they often took a tiny kernel of an idea or a creative impulse from childhood and helped it grow and flourish. I love too sharing their keen insights about how others can...
 
  The Top 8 Excuses That Keep People From Taking Action They Desperately Need
by Kathy Caprino - Apr, 2016
I had a fascinating experience this weekend that helped me understand even more deeply why we don’t take action to help ourselves when we need it and why, under the right circumstances, we will. I’m a trained therapist, career coach, writer, speaker and trainer, and in my work with professionals and through my writing, I hear from literally thousands of women and men who share that they’ve put off getting help for months, y...
 
  Resume Secrets Revealed
by Robin Schlinger - Apr, 2016
With over a decade of experience writing resumes and with credentials from the most respected professional associations, I have specialized knowledge that I put to work on every resume. Today, I share some resume secrets that I have accumulated over the years. Resumes are marketing documents. Your resume is first an honest record of your past employment; but it is also a marketing document. Just like any product brochure, i...
 
  The Top 6 Reasons Entrepreneurs Fail To Heed Advice That Could Save Their Businesses
by Kathy Caprino - Mar, 2016
In the past few years, I’ve immersed myself in learning as much as I could about online marketing, product and program launches, and important sales and marketing strategies for building my small business. And I’m still learning every day, as the landscape, technology and challenges change daily. Throughout this process, I’ve also met hundreds of entrepreneurs doing the same, and we’ve openly shared our respective war stories...
 
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