Business Owners & Entrepreneurs Podcast with Peter Boolkah | Business Coach | The Transition Guy®

Business Owners & Entrepreneurs Podcast with Peter Boolkah | Business Coach | The Transition Guy®

Without doubt, 2020 was probably the most testing year any of us have faced. And 2021 continues to present us with unprecedented challenges. However, you survived last year, and I'd like to help you ensure that 2021 is the year you start to achieve the ambitious you have for your business. There is no 'new normal' – this is it. Our lives, our businesses, our futures are what we make them. My Business Owners & Entrepreneurs Podcast will help you take control of your business (and your life) while growing and transitioning your business from one level to the next. I often feature special guests from around the world, including best-selling authors, keynote speakers, world-class coaches and business leaders. The 'Transition Guy' tag comes from my passion for helping entrepreneurs attain meaningful change and growth in their personal and professional lives. I provide business coaching to clients worldwide, ranging from solo entrepreneurs to executive management teams at large organisations. If you're looking for authentic, honest business advice from someone who genuinely cares then listen now. Please feel free to get in touch - I love hearing from like-minded entrepreneurs. Best regards & stay safe, Peter.

Episodes

January 25, 2022 18 min

The pandemic has made experiencing loss extremely common. But sometimes the symptoms of grief remain hidden beneath the surface. When that happens, we often find ourselves waiting for life to happen to us, rather than FOR us.

In this conversation with Ray Warner, he shares his insights into how he helps people move forward after loss. Having lost his own wife at the age of 22, he's well acquainted with the powerful effect that g...

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In today’s video, I'm in conversation with Marvin L. Storm, a podcaster, author, and entrepreneur, about business exit strategies, where business owners make their money when selling a business, and why business exit is important. 

Marvin L. Storm is the podcaster behind The Business Exit Stories podcast. His podcast provides in-depth insights to business owners on what to do or not do when exiting a business, as well as insight...

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In today’s video, I’m joined by Parham Albadvi, digital marketing expert and director of Mocho and Co, to talk about dealing with and overcoming imposter syndrome in the new digital economy, especially for those starting out or currently trying to grow as digital entrepreneurs. 

In a world where more and more people are making a transition into the digital space due to the changes that resulted from Covid-19, it’s necessary to think...

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Many entrepreneurs and leaders have struggled to adapt to change during this pandemic. They have trouble learning how to cope with uncertainty because they get stuck in a fixed mindset. In this conversation with Paul N Larsen, we discuss the importance of staying agile, and how to embrace an uncertain future.

A fixed mindset is fear-based. We get influenced by our environment — people, past thoughts, the media — and hear about all o...

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With all the technological and societal changes that have been taking place in recent years, it’s become more important than ever to develop healthy work habits. In this conversation with two-time author Mojo Obadina, she shares her strategies for working efficiently in the new normal.

Let's start with procrastination and our childhoods. The way we're raised as children plays a part in how we make decisions going forward. Wh...

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As Cody Berman learned at a young age, you can spend your life earning income in a linear fashion, OR you can choose to start your own business and pursue financial liberation and financial freedom.

When you build a business, it allows you to have an almost-passive income once you put the work in to get it going. Once Cody read "The 4-Hour Workweek” and learned that a life of financial freedom was possible, he knew he was going ...

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In today’s episode, I’m on a rant! We’ve reached an era where having adequate bank support and an ethical relationship manager might just be a thing of the past. A simple overdrawn bank overdraft can be reason enough for the bank to drop your business. So, as a business owner, when it comes to business banking solutions, you need to protect yourself by spreading your money out and getting financial support for business from differe...

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So, why does every business owner need to become great in public speaking for leaders? In today’s episode, I speak to Tom Bailey, the founder of Success Through Speaking, about speaking on camera, podcasting for business, and the need for business owners to be able to communicate their message effectively in a world that's increasingly content consuming. 

In the past 10 years, video, podcasting and virtual events have enabled us...

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In this conversation with Yaro Starak, we discuss the benefits of having remote teams and why many businesses are so reluctant to embrace the flexibility of working remotely outside of an office. 

There are probably many factors involved in why companies are dragging their feet. Many business owners don’t want to give up control. Many are worried that their company culture will suffer. 

But over the past 20 years, Yaro has proven tha...

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In this conversation with Donato Tramuto, we discuss the compassionate leadership gap that exists today, and how we, as leaders, can fix it. 

The old way of managing just doesn’t work anymore. An authoritarian approach to running your business doesn’t lead to trust, cooperation, or long-term well-being. 

What you need is a compassionate approach. 

In fact, compassionate leadership is what will make your job easier and more rewarding. ...

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Imagine being stuck in an office rental with stringent lease conditions when the pandemic happened. Not the most ideal situation to be in, right? Well, today’s guest was lucky enough to dodge this bullet. I talk to founder and CEO of Automation Wolf, Matthew Hunt, about the advantages of having a virtual office and distributed teams, and why team communication is key. 

As an experienced entrepreneur, Matthew has had multiple busines...

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In this conversation with Roger Khoury, CEO and founder of Market Forecasting Academy, we discuss market vulnerability analysis and the benefits of accurately forecasting the market. 

You see, there are a lot of amateur investors out there who expect to get a professional-level of high returns out of their investments. All too often, however, they end up being disappointed. The thing is, they just don’t have the tools to minimize th...

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The world is changing, and so is the traditional office space and work environment. As a result, the idea of team productivity is also changing. In today’s episode, I’m joined by Michael Teape, co-founder of Teape Training International, to talk about post-pandemic productivity. 

The days where productivity meant being physically present in the office and showing up for endless meetings in the traditional office space are over. In t...

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Preparing for the unexpected is not easy. But it's not impossible. We can take a few notes from today's guest, Helen Yu, about this. She shares 4 CRITICAL LESSONS which can help entrepreneurs in accelerating business growth, even in the midst of the sudden global pandemic that shocked us all. And she's learned this from her personal experience of climbing Mount Everest - not having climbed a single mountain in her life ...

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Mental fitness is something that everyone can benefit from. With practice, you can learn to start coping with challenges effectively, rather than letting them control you. 

This is what makes Graham Whiley’s program so valuable. It provides you with the tools that you need in order to overcome obstacles that would otherwise prove to be overwhelming. 

At the core of Graham’s philosophy is the fact that you're in control of how muc...

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 Why is it that despite being in the same industry, adapting to change in business has been harder for some businesses than others? As you may already know first-hand, business adaptability is especially critical today, in the middle of a pandemic, with an unprecedented and continuously changing business environment. 

In today’s episode, I’m joined by mental health and psychology expert Kyran O’Neill. We take a look at a trend that’...

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If you want to begin really growing your business, you have to start embracing and mastering marketing. In this conversation with GreenPal CEO and founder Bryan Clayton, we discuss the various hats that a business owner has to wear, and why marketing is one that is absolutely indispensable. 

Why is marketing so important? 

As Bryan Clayton explains, marketing has to be a core competency of the business in order for it to thrive. It h...

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In today’s video, I speak to trauma and performance expert Dr. Don Wood about Covid-19's impact on business executives and owners. Over the last 18 months, many changes have occurred that may have been quite traumatic to most of us, whether we're conscious of it or not. Today, we talk about how the pandemic affected businesses and their leaders, and the effects of trauma that this pandemic has caused on performance. 

The pan...

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