This business model involves computers! The software game is a fabulous business model for the solution-oriented business person that believes repetitive processes can be automated. If you have to do a process over and over again, get a computer to do it. Well, that has worked for Microsoft, Apple, and many other big-name tech companies and my guest Walter Bayliss creates award-winning software as his business. Beautiful thing is…he’s sharing how it’s done.
It's been a full year for the show and I wanted to celebrate the best way I could, review some of the best moments and nuggets that air on WERA 96.7 FM. Sit back and relax as we revisit the question I asked the most and get the big AHA moments.
Small business across the US struggle to keep their doors open. It’s something we face daily, especially with changes in government, buying habits, and economic volatility. Through it all, businesses still open to achieve the dream of doing it on their own. My guest Fitz SeymourProfit Hardnett wants to put a stop to small business failure and is taking action to do so.
A big question I get from most business owners is how do I get high-value clients…like corporate clients or high net worth clients? Maybe it’s because it’s getting harder to make your offers stick. Maybe it’s where you’re sourcing from. What if there was a system in place that made that job simpler? My guest Willie Laney is an architect when it comes to client attraction and he explains it this week.
The hospitality industry is booming! With the rise of sites like Airbnb, Travelocity, and a few others, finding accommodations for travel or a quick getaway has never been easier. Except for the boutique hotel industry. Surprisingly, mom and pop shops are going up against the big boys and they need savvy business help to keep their rooms filled. My guest Shayne J. Spencer breaks down how this is a big opportunity for a new business.
Ever wonder how business credit is established? I have. It’s confusing to change what you already know about credit and apply that to your business…at least it was for me. One of the huge reasons business credit is valuable is cashflow and my guest Myra Good details not just what to do…but how to do it.