The Small Business Advocate®
The team building power of MBWA11/18/14
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why managers who spend time face-to-face with their employees on a regular basis have the best teams.
Why Main Street is still in the economic doldrums
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to reveal economic challenges small businesses are still dealing with for more than six years.
Did small business owners send Washington a message?
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the mid-term election results and how much of it can be attributed to small business owners.
Why both you and your customers must know what your brand stands for
Rob Grede joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the three things your brand can stand for, as long as it’s not all three.
How to create a small business marketing strategy
Rob Grede joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the key components of a successful marketing strategy, and none of them are what you sell.
Beware the small business voting bloc
Jim Blasingame reveals the full impact of voters repudiation of President Obama’s policies, and to attribute much of that result to small business stakeholders.
Can you explain what you do in two words?
Gary Harpst joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why you should be able to focus your business model so tightly that you can describe what you do in two words.
What it looks like when you have 1.5 employees
Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how things have changed regarding the initial expansion for a start-up when the founder can no longer do everything.
Use technology to help you remove a few hats
Carla Caldwell joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how technology and associated resources can help small business owners shed some of the hats that are weighing them down.
Has your business outgrown your technology?
Carla Caldwell joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to tell if your technology is holding your business back, and how to determine when it’s time to upgrade.
Use technology to balance your work and life
Carla Caldwell joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the irony of using technology to help you disconnect from your business and achieve some balance.
Why business owners rejected Obama in the 2014 election
Jim Blasingame reveals why business owners and managers helped repudiate the anti-business policy positions and rhetoric of President Obama in the 2014 elections.
Having a brand is not just for big business
Jim Blasingame reveals why your small business has brand power without having an expensive and sexy media campaign.
What the 2014 elections won’t change
Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what won’t change when the GOP take control of both houses of Congress in 2014.
The 2014 election response from Wall Street and Main Street
Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how big business and small business will likely respond to the 2014 election results.
How the 2014 election will provide clarity for businesses
Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the 2014 election results should offer some clarity to issues business managers have had with government policies.
Networking has new tools but not new rules
Andrea Nierenberg joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that adding social media to our networking strategy hasn't so much changed the rules as it has added new tools.
How to network when you relocate
Andrea Nierenberg joins Jim Blasingame to share her experiences and strategy in getting connected in a new city where she’s recently relocated.
The power of the American family-owned business
Michael Barrera joins Jim Blasingame to talk about what a family-owned small business looks like, how it is growing among Hispanics, and why it’s important to America.
What is is the #1 small business issue about Obamacare?
Brad Knox joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the the most important thing a small business needs to know about Obamacare is what is required to comply with employee notification.
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