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Tai Lopez Shares 7 Steps to Launch a Business With No Money or Experience

August 15, 2017 - 3:30pm
How to go from idea to paying customers in one to eight weeks.

The Real-Life Jerry Maguire Taught Me These 3 Crucial Rules for a Successful Negotiation

August 15, 2017 - 3:00pm
Utilizing these strategies will help you meet whatever goals you have set for the upcoming year.

What Businesses Can Do About a Trillion-Dollar Fraud Problem

August 15, 2017 - 2:30pm
There are a few ways companies can protect customer data from hackers.

What Every Cannabis Entrepreneur Needs to Understand About the Cole Memo

August 15, 2017 - 2:15pm
Attorney General Jeff Sessions might be seeking to resume enforcement of federal cannabis laws without changing Justice Department policy.

6 Crucial Things to Do in Your First 100 Days in a New Leadership Role

August 15, 2017 - 2:00pm
You've signed the offer, now what?

Brian Tracy's Best Advice for Young People: It's Never Too Early to Find Your Purpose

August 15, 2017 - 1:30pm
How can you make your dream life a reality?

Her Cookie Company Went Viral, Which Meant A Bouncer and 4-Hour Lines

August 15, 2017 - 1:19pm
What’s it like when your company goes viral? Take it from Kristen Tomlin, the founder and CEO of a viral cookie dough company called D?: “It’s terrifying.” And exhausting. And it exacerbated every weakness in her business, including staffing, supply and production. We learn how she fixed it, and harnessed the kind of huge opportunity that may have sunk others.

What Happens When You Realize Your Plan is Flawed At Launch?

August 15, 2017 - 1:19pm
You did your homework. You lined up the right investors. You hired the right talent, created a product that everyone in your industry thought was just going to totally wow people and then you launch... and realize you severely miscalculated. It happens to a lot of businesses, and it happened to Scott Ruddman of GLORY Sports International. In this episode, we explore how he tore down his old plans and built new ones -- fast.

Post Traumatic Growth Syndrome: Battling Back with Dave Sanderson

August 15, 2017 - 1:12pm
From the moment flight 1549 narrowly glided past the Washington State Bridge, to wading through the cold, waste-deep waters of the Hudson River awaiting rescue, to the career and life reawakening which followed; we explore Post Traumatic Growth Syndrome with plane crash survivor and President of Dave Sanderson Speaks Enterprises, Dave Sanderson, in a candid, in-depth interview. Learn how to thrive by managing your mental state, leading effectively, and communicating clearly. Plus, Entrepreneur Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Jason Feifer, shares how you can achieve the new American dream.

An Astronaut’s Guide to Entrepreneurship and Cyber Security Tips

August 15, 2017 - 1:12pm
Being an entrepreneur is no cake walk. There will be times when you need to pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and keep on walking. Astronaut, emergency trauma doctor, father, inventor, and professional thrill-seeker, Dr. Scott Parazynski, has been through a lot and has come out on top, the top of Mt. Everest that is! The good doctor offers a motivating message on thriving in the face of adversity. In the second half of the hour, we hear from CEO and Co-Founder of Centrify, Tom Kemp, regarding recent security breaches, cyber-attacks, and the significant need for stronger password protection. How safe is your company from a breach? Find out now. 

Courageous and Wild: Maverick Start-ups Turned Multimillion Dollar Companies

August 15, 2017 - 1:12pm
We begin the hour with former Navy Seal, Eli Crane, who created a new way to serve his country after retiring from the military. Bottle Breacher is a veteran-owned manufacturing company offering bar goods proudly made in the USA. Then, we hear from Nathan Latka, the 27-year-old mastermind and personality behind premier business podcast, The Top Entrepreneurs. Alan describes Nathan as a ‘gorilla investor’ to in part to his aggressive business strategy which is equal parts brilliant and crazy. Discover more about these business gurus now!

American Manufacturing Revival with Cheers TV Star, John Ratzenberger

August 15, 2017 - 1:12pm
Our country was built on hard work and problem solving. John Ratzenberger, the postman from the popular television series, Cheers, tells us about the skills that made him a successful actor, serial entrepreneur, and the voice of American manufacturing: an unyielding work ethic and inquisitive mind. John currently keeps himself busy as an active member of the Elite Aerospace Group, a treasured Pixar voiceover artist, and founder of subscription box company, thegiftbox.com. John offers tried and true advice for new entrepreneurs looking to build a successful future. Listen now.

Team Building Techniques, NewFronts, and Entrepreneur Network

August 15, 2017 - 1:12pm
Being an entrepreneur takes a lot of work, and strength to pick yourself back up after failure. We get to hear a success story from a gentleman who started out as a DJ with his brother, then realized that they liked to make people smile. Kevin Couliter, of Feet First EVENTertainment, is here to talk about their company and the team building corporate events that they create and host. Then a quick chat with Scott Duffy, about a recent event called NewFronts. We end the hour with Entrepreneur’s Editor-in-Chief, Jason Feifer, who tells us a bit about the Entrepreneur Magazine Network. Discover inspiration with us now.

Controlled Failure, Success, Charity, and Diverse Investments

August 15, 2017 - 1:12pm
If you want to be an entrepreneur, you’d better be prepared to rise back up after a breakdown. In fact, you may want to seek out ‘controlled failure’ to prepare for live action experiences. Josh Seibert, Sales Coach for Sandler Training, explains that growth is spurred on by failure, not success. Hear tips on how to embrace obstacles to expand your empire. Dan Fleyshman, author of “How to Set-Up Your Business for Under $1000”, shares his appreciation for diverse investments and charitable outreach because of past setbacks. We learn how the wealthy businessman discovered true prosperity by starting the Model Citizen Fund, an organization outfitting homeless and disaster victims with survival backpacks. Listen to how these two entrepreneurs have withstood adversity to make their mark on the world.

A Bean Roasting Coffee Machine and Meltdown in the Desert Event

August 15, 2017 - 1:12pm
Diving head first into your passion can be scary because you are betting on yourself. We chat with two people whose companies are the manifestation of imagination and hard work. Liz Wald, Head of U.S. Operations for Bonaverde, presents a revolutionary coffee machine that will keep you buzzing all day long! The product has spurred an innovative distribution model in the coffee world directly connecting consumers with farmers. Then, Kolby Kolibas, Founder and CEO of The Healthy Primate, shares his journey to create a company from scratch. Kolby was able to monetize his personal experience with extreme anxiety by creating a supplement to help people that suffer from an overabundance of stress. These two game-changers are shaking things up in order to build their personal empires. Listen for more.

Prosperity Principles with Bizzults CEO, May McCarthy

August 15, 2017 - 1:12pm
Serial entrepreneur, angel investor, philanthropist, author, and CEO of Bizzultz, May McCarthy, explains how intuition will help you achieve financial freedom. Plus, we bust five common myths surrounding entrepreneurship and get the inside scoop on May's new book, The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps for Financial Abundance.

Escape the Proverbial Box, Discover New Solutions

August 15, 2017 - 1:12pm
This week we sit down with two disruptive thinkers, CreativeLive's Chase Jarvis and Ryan Harms of Union Wine Company. Chase calls for fundamental change in the formal education system to keep up with the information age. Ryan explains how contemporary packaging lead to an explosive surge in sales. Are you ready to shift your perspective and unlock new possibilities? Learn how.

Don't Breakdown, Breakthrough with Joe Apfelbaum

August 15, 2017 - 1:12pm
Find out how you can create an effective marketing funnel, develop a healthy work/life balance, use positive language to alter your state of mind and more.

Titans of Franchising Reveal Their Secrets for Long-Term Success

August 15, 2017 - 1:00pm
Paradoxically, a stable business is one that constantly reinvents itself to meet changing customer needs.

4 Things You're Probably Overlooking in Your Talent-Sourcing Plan

August 15, 2017 - 12:30pm
Don't know what a sourcing plan is? It's a plan for finding candidates who don't just fit your organization; they "align" with it.

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