If you’re a small business owner, you obviously want to create a profitable company. But have you ever stepped back to ask – really and truly – why you want to be financially successful? The ability to answer that question might be the difference between prosperity and failure.
It’s one thing to want to make money; it’s quite another to think about why making money is important to you. Dean Mercado, the Founder, and CEO of Online Marketing Muscle and Best Selling Author of The MINDStretch: 49 Inspiring Insights for Business Breakthroughs, suggests that answering this question may be the key to growing your business more than you ever thought possible. Join Meny as he and Dean talk about why the “Why” matters, Dean’s recommendation that a small business owner should make himself unnecessary, the secrets to finding a good business coach, the importance of having an accountability partner, and much more.
Are you ready to do the work that it takes to have a breakthrough in your business? In this episode, our guest is Isaac Bardos, the kid who everyone thought would never be successful at anything. But Isaac used that rejection to develop into a college athlete, a well-regarded public speaker, the founder of numerous successful companies, and a business coach who can diagnose a business’ core problem in minutes.
Have you ever asked yourself, “Am I really cut out for entrepreneurship?” Honestly, most of us have. While entrepreneurship seems to be synonymous with freedom, independence, and designing your destiny, being a successful entrepreneur takes perseverance, humility, and is a lot more than what meets the eye. This week, our guest is Jeff Hoffman, the inventor of the airport boarding pass kiosks, Billionaire co-founder of Priceline, worldwide motivational speaker, and bestselling author. He now dedicates his life to helping people around the world, like you and me, truly reach their dreams.
In our interview, Jeff discusses his work teaching entrepreneurship around the world. He incorporates his journey and goes on to talks about the important traits a business leader must have, and why entrepreneurship may or may not be for you. Finally, he speaks about scaling a business and how leaders can be more agile in a fast-paced world.
Tune in now and get inspired to be the best entrepreneur you can be. Listen and enjoy!
What does it take to build a company culture? Nowadays, people are no longer looking solely for a competitive salary package. They are also trying to land in a collaborative situation where they will feel that they are valued. This week, our guest is Joel Lieberman, President of The Mint Capital, Inc., a company of mortgage brokers that help homebuyers find their dream houses. Joel talks about his business and how he was able to scale it successfully to serve not just more clients but also more job seekers. In our interview, he emphasizes the importance of building and maintaining a company culture that allows employees to grow and be the best versions of themselves. He also shares his thoughts about giving freedom to employees to perform their roles in their own ways versus promoting accountability within the company. Tune in now and learn from Joel how to build your company culture.