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Designed to be a Flash Briefing on the Amazon Alexa platform, these daily episodes contain Interesting clips from the Radio Free Enterprise podcast, always under two minutes long. The Radio Free Enterprise podcast brings insight to current and prospective entrepreneurs through interviews with founders of successful businesses, investors, authors, and thought leaders. The video edition streams live every Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m. Eastern time on YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and T ...
 
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“Over the course of six months we were able to build up his business credit which helped put him in position to bid on a couple of prime Federal contracts that resulted in millions of dollars in revenue.” In today’s 1:21 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Michael England of River Capital shares a success story involving the owner of a Fed…
 
“A lot of the bigger startups have developed an ideal client profile. Among many lifestyle businesses and solopreneurs, it’s not as thought-through.” In today’s 1:42 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Alex Berman shares two quick tips on how to create your prime client profile and identify prospective matches. Listen to our entire convers…
 
“Sniply is a tool of imagination. We as the product builders can’t go out and tell people how it’s supposed to be used.” In today’s 1:24 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Michael Cheng, founder of Snip.ly, explains how the platform is used in ways he never imagined when he first created it. Listen to our entire conversation, “Converting …
 
“I believe that the leader of an organization has more responsibility to the organization than to any individual. So we have to be really honest with ourselves and say ‘Who are the people that we need to survive and who are the people that we can, at least temporarily, let go?’” In today’s 1:55 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, David Bel…
 
“When stuff happens, we’re not going to say ‘The dog ate my homework.’ We’re going to tell our customers transparently what happened and what’s the plan to deal with it. You gain respect that way.” In today’s 1:13 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Brian Fielkow, CEO of Jetco Delivery, describes how correctly responding when things go wro…
 
“A positive outcome could be the cold hard truth that they should move on. They can be an entrepreneur in another deal that has a lot more viability.” In today’s 1:43 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, angel investor Roger London describes what happens during an initial pitch meeting and what might happen as a result. Listen to our entire…
 
“The moment a child turns 18 their parents no longer have the ability to make medical or financial decisions for them.” In today’s 1:36 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Texas estate planning attorney Charlie Weisinger explains why it’s important that every person who has reached the age of majority has some type of an estate plan in pla…
 
“Discover your inner expert, teach the world, and get paid for it.” In today’s 1:09 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, online education expert John Colley describes the mission of his Online Learning Podcast. Watch or listen to our entire conversation, “Generating Big Profits with Online Courses” on Radio Free Enterprise: https://radiofre…
 
“Over time, as I replace a bad action with a good, I begin to move in a new direction and I begin to see a new result.” In today’s 1:46 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, author and success coach Scott Paradis shares a simple example of how we can change our own behavior over time.By Scott Paradis
 
“In the end, it’s about building your wealth through retained earnings.” In today’s 1:25 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Peter Frampton, co-creator of the Color Accounting teaching methodology, explains that creating financial independence with a business requires one to understand the meaning of Retained Earnings.. Listen to our entir…
 
“It’s not rocket science. It takes just a little bit of courage to step outside the box. Just take the content you’re already giving people in person or over the phone, and package it in such a way that they see it as influential, and will choose you.” In today’s 1:20 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Tim Davis of Personal Branding Maste…
 
“What’s really thrilling about our solution is that it’s so easy to use. It does exactly what you want it to, and that’s the best way to sell.” In today’s 1:12 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Jeff Kofman, CEO of Trint, gives much of the credit for the rapid growth of his company to the effectiveness of the product itself. Learn more ab…
 
“Companies that succeed are the ones that are able to take that information, at scale, lots and lots of conversations, and iterate like fiends through the whole product, marketing, and sales mix.” In today’s 1:46 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Tony Maull, CEO of McLean Analytica synopsizes his take on the path to commercial success th…
 
“Any time someone asks me to speak to their group, the first question I ask is, ‘What do you want them to walk away with?’ Most people aren’t prepared to answer that question.” In today’s 1:09 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, life coach Reginald Jackson explains the importance of clarity when hiring a speaker for your group. Learn more …
 
“Several years ago I had a client in the chimney sweeping industry with a great client base in a specific region. They were a perfect target for a chimney sweeping company from another city looking to make a strategic acquisition in order to gain a foothold in our area.” In today’s 1:44 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Rodger Stephens, …
 
“We find highly-skilled, verified talent and match them with the companies that are looking for them. Then we take care of the rest of freelancers’ lives in terms of health insurance and retirement plans.” In today’s 1:50 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Greg Kihlström, CEO of CareerGig, explains how his company solves problems for both…
 
“If you had asked my mother in-law and my father in-law they would have said, ‘You have a baby arriving in less than 30 days and you’re quitting your job. Do you know what the hell you’re doing?’” In today’s 1:22 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Moe Jafari, Chairman at Executive 1 Holding Company, talks about the early fears and lessons…
 
“We’ve been doing this since 2015 and have over 500 clients on 20,000 interviews.” In today’s 1:35 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, podcast guest marketing expert Tom Schwab shares two success stories - one a consultant and one an author - of clients who have generated great success from podcast guest marketing. Watch or listen to our e…
 
“If someone applies for our job and doesn’t answer all six questions, I don’t care how good their video editing skills are, I won’t even give their application a look-in.” In today’s 1:17 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Justin Brown of Primal Video states that a remote worker’s ability to follow instructions is even more valuable than …
 
“Whether you are in business or a nonprofit or a religious organization, in order to be successful you have to find ways to bring value to other people.” In today’s 1:30 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute Bob Burg, co-author of The Go-Giver explains why the book’s message resonates with almost every professional. Watch or listen to our ent…
 
“Frankfurt is in the center of Germany, which is the biggest market in the European Union. If you want to start your business in the European Union, it makes sense to come here.” In today’s 1:30 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute Joe Menninger, host of the Startuprad.io podcast, explains why Germany in general and Frankfurt in particular a…
 
“Unlike other investors, a strategic investor not only gives you access to capital but also to other strategic resources that can help your company grow, like new marketing channels or production expertise.” In today’s 1:38 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute strategic investor Marty M. Fahncke explains the difference between a strategic in…
 
“We take a business owner from the very beginning stages, all the way through to the end. We help them understand how a business like theirs is valued, packaging the business, marketing and advertising the sale, finding the buyer, qualifying the buyer, and negotiating and facilitating the sale through to the close. ” In today’s 1:22 episode of The …
 
“Usually, the reason we’re writing a book is to help more people. Knowing what that big “Why” is will keep us moving when we want to quit.” In today’s 1:46 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute Diana M. Needham, CEO of Business Book Partners, shares the first of seven questions she believes every business author must be able to answer before …
 
“It’s a pretty different way of looking at business. Instead of a hierarchical model with the CEO at the top, a conscious business is more of a circle because everyone has input and everyone has value.” In today’s 1:36 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute Kathy Mason, host of the Conscious Business Zone podcast, shares her belief that the pr…
 
“The perception of podcasting in the past was to have a really big audience with a lot of downloads. But if you instead focus more on your ideal clients as your guests, it can be a brand and business building experience.” In today’s 1:27 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, James Hamilton Healy of McLean Media explains how focusing on build…
 
“As a pilot, I learned a technique called Read-Back Report-Back. Your employee receives your instruction, they read it back, and then report back to you when the task is successfully completed. Those three steps improve the quality of work immensely.” In today’s 1:52 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Tony Mayo, The Business Owners Execut…
 
“I knew that cosmetic surgeons were very good at explaining how they helped patients achieve amazing transformations. How could I harness that to overcome the digital marketing overload? By starting a podcast series.” In today’s 1:45 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Conrad Bosmans of Look Your Best Media explains how he uses podcasting …
 
“If they’re already commenting on a thought leader’s posts, and they’re in your industry, that looks like a good person to connect with to me.” In today’s 1:26 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, LinkedIn marketing expert Louise Brogan explains why quality is more important that quantity when building your network. Click here to listen to …
 
“As a public company you have to continue to have access to capital to execute your business plan.. The smaller you are, the lower your market cap, the less your stock trades, the harder it is to do that consistently.” In today’s 1:41 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Steve Kann of Bridgewater Capital talks about the unique pressures fel…
 
“You don’t have to like your coworker but, as a member of my team, you do need to respect them, as a person and as a professional.” In today’s 1:48 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Joel Bikman of HLTH Code, shares the first of his Five Core Principles of Management: Respect. Listen to our entire conversation, “Hiring and Managing Creati…
 
“I get calls late at night, ‘Hey I need financing! I need a million dollars!’” In today’s 1:26 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Michael England of River Capital explains why it’s critical to start building your business credit early in the life of your firm. Listen to the entire conversation, “Business Credit Building Secrets,” on Radio…
 
“We built a tool that finds 60-70 Ruby on Rails projects by scouring over 100+ paid Meetups, Facebook, and other private groups. Is that something you’d be interested in Mike?” In today’s 1:41 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Alex Berman lays out every component of a successful cold email from subject line to call to action. Listen to o…
 
“When you incentivize people to share, when you give other people a piece of the real estate, they’re much more likely to share your content.” In today’s 1:34 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Michael Cheng, founder of Snip.ly, explains how the platform is a win-win for both content publishers and curators. Listen to our entire conversat…
 
“During the financial crisis of 2008 we consciously made an effort to transfer all fixed costs to variable costs.” In today’s 1:17 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, David Belden of Execuvision International explains how dramatically reducing fixed costs gives companies the flexibility they need to survive during times of crisis. Listen t…
 
“There’s a great example of a company that made a decision to cheat, and I think is going to pay the price for a long time.” In today’s 1:33 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Brian Fielkow, CEO of Jetco Delivery, describes how corporate culture allowed one of the world’s largest auto manufacturers to create and cover up the Dieselgate sc…
 
“Not only does a one-page summary help me decide whether or not to meet with an entrepreneur but, if we do meet, our meeting will be at a higher level.” In today’s 1:16 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, angel investor Roger London encourages every entrepreneur seeking an angel investment to create a one-page summary of their business and…
 
“Estate planning is for everyone. If you have a small estate and you don’t have a plan in place, that money - instead of going to your beneficiaries - can get eaten-up by legal fees very quickly.” In today’s 1:12 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Texas estate planning attorney Charlie Weisinger explains that the cost of not having an pla…
 
“In an online course you take your students through a structure that you’ve designed to help them understand and solve a pain or a problem. At the end of all that, if you haven’t taken them through the know, like and trust process as well, you’ve done it completely wrong.” In today’s 1:37 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, online educatio…
 
“It all starts with motivation. Are you motivated to change, to do something different? Personal growth is always incremental but it starts with a motivation to change.” In today’s 1:43 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, author and success coach Scott Paradis explains the impact that all personal growth starts with a motivation to change.…
 
“Our one-day workshop changed everything for her. She could suddenly be the person that she wants to be.” In today’s 1:43 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Peter Frampton, co-creator of the Color Accounting teaching methodology, explains the impact that becoming accounting-literate can have on any businessperson. Learn more about Peter a…
 
“They fall into this trap that they should be humble and not a braggadocious, ego-driven person. I work with them to see themselves more as an educator and advocate for the success of their clients. ” In today’s 1:13 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Tim Davis of Personal Branding Mastery explains why most real estate agents avoid promot…
 
“In all of my years overseeing innovation at the BBC, I’ve never met a technological solution for journalists created by journalists. It gives me great confidence that, if a solution can be found, you will be the one who can find it.” In today’s 1:20 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Jeff Kofman, CEO of Trint, explains why living the pro…
 
“If I bring this person into the organization, what kind of impact will they have on people’s opinion of me?” In today’s 1:42 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Tony Maull, CEO of McLean Analytica explains why it is critical that an enterprise salesperson always focuses on making their contact within an organization look good to their pee…
 
“I’ve found as a leader that the more I knew about the people that I worked with, the better I understood them. And the better I understood them, the easier it was for me to inspire them.” In today’s 1:35 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, life coach Reginald Jackson explains why managers can’t ignore what inspires their employees to come…
 
“An all-cash offer is on the low-probability side. You’re most likely going to have some blend of cash and financing involved.” In today’s 1:34 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Rodger Stephens, CEO of Prize Performance, LLC, explains what type of payment terms an owner should expect when selling their business. Watch or listen to our en…
 
“You can’t have happy contractors, freelancers, and 1099 employees without taking care of the rest of their lives. And employers need to know how to identify and onboard qualified workers in a matter of hours.” In today’s 1:42 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Greg Kihlström, CEO of CareerGig, explains how his company solves problems for…
 
“My mind was too busy to worry about what was being said or how it was being said.” In today’s 1:13 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Moe Jafari, Chairman at Executive 1 Holding Company, explains how he was able to ignore criticism by creating a world where he was just too busy to care. Watch or listen to our entire conversation on Radio…
 
“What do you do to move people from being a passive listener to an active listener, and ultimately an engaged lead?” In today’s 1:39 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, podcast guest marketing expert Tom Schwab explains how appearing on podcasts helps accelerate the know, like and trust creation process. Watch or listen to our entire conve…
 
“What is the easiest project that we can get someone to do that is still going to be of benefit? Cutting two hours of raw footage down to the best 15 minutes is actually a big time saver in itself.” In today’s 1:27 episode of The Radio Free Enterprise Minute, Justin Brown of Primal Video describes the benefits of having remote workers start with ea…
 
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