"The Business Owner's Guide to MONEY" is at the intersection of a business owner's business finances and personal finances, explaining and clarifying the various financial challenges that the typical business owner faces: From minimizing taxes to offering workplace retirement plans, from finding funding to planning for retirement.Join author Ryan P. Urban for lively interviews with business experts, and visit alpha4business.com for more about us.
A business owner has to protect themselves legally, and business attorney Scherrie L Prince guides us through the maze of potential legal pitfalls.
The Department of Defense can be a GREAT client, but you have to be smart & organized to get there. Expert Rick Howard (www.DODcontract.com) shows us how it's done.
Author, podcaster and entrepreneur John St. Pierre has been there, and he shares a wealth of valuable experiences and tips for getting what you want from your business.
Getting control over your business taxes is absolutely key for any business owner. Tax specialist Roger Pearson offers us some great ideas and a solid system for staying on top of your numbers.
Poor communication can WRECK a business from the INSIDE. Business Advisor & Podcaster Angie Colee describes how to keep critical lines of communication open in your business.
Leadership is a skill set that can be learned, and effective leadership can mean the difference between success and failure. Author and Small Business expert JM Ryerson brings experience and clarity to this critical topic.
What's it like to start a new business - seven times? Serial entrepreneur and podcaster Stephen Halasnik walks us through the ups, the downs, and the experience of starting and running several businesses.
We all make mistakes, but Business Tax mistakes can be COSTLY. CPA Sonia Narvaez provides some ideas on how to avoid errors that add up quickly.
Like it or not, a business owner usually has to be a salesperson as well. Business advisor and author HB Pasley shares three great ideas for being effective -- and comfortable -- in selling your services without feeling like a pushy salesman.
What's the secret to making smart hiring decisions as you're growing? It's all about having a plan. Small Business Strategist Kerry-Ann Powell (KerryAnnSpeaks.com) shows Ryan how to hire as you grow.
Sometimes we need to shake things up and look at things differently. Ryan talks with Rocky Lalvani, The Profit Answer Man, about a new take on maximizing profit.
It's hard to find good people. But it may be that the people you need are already with you, and just need a different approach. Ryan talks with Chris Lautenslager, author of "The Prosperity Loop".
Your business is growing -- are you ready? Ryan speaks with Business Attorney and Author Matt Davis about the pitfalls and dangers of growing too quickly.
The right tweaks here and there can add up to better net profits for your business. Ryan talks with Brian Norton of Norton Results (www.NortonResults.com) about four areas to optimize for better bottom lines.
Growing your business quickly by purchasing another business can be a great idea, IF you do your due diligence, stay focused and make smart decisions. Business specialist Bill Sorenson (businessvaluationinc.com) walks us through the process.
The biggest reason businesses fail is because they failed to plan. Ryan speaks with Business Coach James Burgess about why a Business Plan is so valuable, and what the process looks like.
There's no doubt about it: A business owner has to be sure that they are protected legally, as soon as possible. Ryan speaks with Business Attorney, author and podcaster Andrea Sager ("Legalpreneur") about what needs to be done to cover your legal bases.
Your cash flow is an indicator of the health of your business. Business Coach Don Vierboom (www.FourTreeCoaching.ca) helps us review why it's so important, how to track it and how to maximize it.
Possibly the fastest way to grow your business is to acquire a similar business as an add-on. But how can such a purchase be financed? Ryan talks with Business Loan Acquisition Specialist Deb Curtis (DebCurtis.com), who specializes in SBA Loans.
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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