Best selling author Bob Burg joins me, and gives away his secrets for growing a business with a win-win for everyone. I’ve found this strategy to be HUGELY helpful in my business, and I highly recommend listening in to learn strategies that will change the way you do your business.
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Carissa Reiniger’s company has helped over 8,000 small business owners grow, and she does it by a SLAP. Her company creates action plans for companies, starting with one simple statement that she gives step by step advice on how to create on the show. You don’t want to miss this, this info is CRITICAL to the foundation of your business!
TV studios make big bucks reselling their hit shows to cable networks, but the business model for syndication has been shifting over the last few years as cable networks produce more original programming.
Looking at one of the most powerful genetic model systems: Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Until very recently, the core business model of publishing was in a steady state. Indeed, it was so for a couple of hundred years – Publishers acquired copyrights, sometime risking cash to do so by paying in advance; they printed books; and they sold them.
Yet in 2014, new models roll out regularly. Publishers in topical verticals are creating subscription offers, and others are even selling memberships. They’ve organized special live events, and they sell tickets to readers to meet their authors.
Recorded at this month’s Digital Book World 2014 Conference, a panel of innovative publishers tells CCC’s Chris Kenneally how their new approaches move beyond simply selling books one at a time.
The discussion features Lyron Bennett, Sourcebooks; Brandi Larsen, BookCountry; John Tayman, Byliner; and Karl Weber, LID Publishing.
Creating Cash via Business, Real Estate and Investing – What’s best? with Toby Salgado - See more at: http://eventualmillionaire.com/toby-salgado/#sthash.IzU0afvp.dpuf
Toby Salgado has been in many industries. We talk about which one is the best to millionaire status at first, and what we should focus on after we have a high net worth. He has incredible stories of jumping into industries he knows nothing about and swimming with the best of them! Get advice about finding opportunities in the market, and how to push forward to create an impact in your business.
Horace and Jim discuss shopping online for used cars and how and why the value of cars disappears so quickly. The conversation drifts into information asymmetry, the declining interest in auto maintenance and the perpetual closed-loop auto information model. We hypothesize on the impact of the coming self-monitoring and awareness of the lives of vehicles. Finally we ask whether the dysfunction in the industry is the cause or the effect of the ancient integrated factory model and the sustaining auto eco-system incentives that impede transformation.
Finally, we note Gordon Murray’s iStream vision and the deal with Yamaha.
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US used car retailer Carmax annual reports and KMX stock information: bloomberg google.
The Market for ‘Lemons’: Quality Uncertainty and the Market Mechanism. Wikipedia. bing duckduckgo google
I bring you THE Seth Godin. He usually doesn’t like talking about money specifically because it’s not part of his mission. He wants people to create their art, regardless of the money.
David Allen is the godfather of productivity. If you haven’t read his books yet, you must. But it’s one thing to read a great productivity system, and it’s very different to implement it and sustain those tactics in your everyday life. In this episode I grill David to find out how to make daily overwhelm disappear, and how to organize everything in business and life.
Dear Mark and Mike,
I am a long-time listener (almost from the very beginning and almost every single cast), but this is the first one that has motivated me to write. Not that the others weren’t helpful - I have learned so much from you guys, over the years. But this one resonated in a special way.
My daughter is a tween and we have been having the usual mother-daughter battles that have gotten more and more intense. I notice that they just drain me of energy, so I can only imagine that they are equally hard on her. Then I listened to this podcast and applied the DISC model to us - we are polar opposites. She is a very high C and I am an off-the-charts high I. No wonder even micro-interactions ended up in crying spells and arguments (some of it is probably hormonal). Your point about defining the problem and not making it personal gives me a much more effective approach.That and letting go of the small stuff!
I doubt that solving mother-daughter conflicts was even in the realm of possibility when you started these casts. Who knew, right? Manager/ Career tools has helped me immensely in my career. I look forward to more harmonious conversations with my daughter. Thank you, thank you. I know that it is a lot of hard work to churn these casts out week after week . I want to let you know how much I appreciate what you do.
p.s. Mark - when is that book coming out?
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