Will your employee go a little further when times are tough? Jen McFarland talks about entrepreneurship, marketing, and living in Kazakhstan.
When you say yes to something, you are saying no to something else. What are you saying no to?
I can do it faster myself. It will take too long to teach someone to do it. I don't trust that the person will do a good enough job. You must learn to elevate and delegate if you have said any of these statements.
Kate reveals one really cool new feature on Lately.ai. (You must listen to the end to hear the big reveal!)
You will learn about surfing in Costa Rica, swimming in Minnesota, and electric skateboards. As a bonus, I have left in our conversation on Employee Happiness.
What are you doing to retain your employees? Are you thinking of happiness, or is your business model churn and burn. Brent and Kalen talk about this subject in this short episode.
How do merchants transition from email to SMS? Osa Gaius walks us through some large issues around regulation and also issues around just understanding as a brand, and how to leverage SMS the right way.
Have you ever felt like a kid in the candy store? Imagine if that was your day job! This week we interview Ken Shenkman, who has been running his family business since 1992 and is on BigCommerce
Reynaldo Santana helps us understand the complicated maze of the Non-Profit Google Adword program and how he helps non-profits to better themselves through these online tools.
Business owners and entrepreneurs are known for their energy. They focus on their ideas but frequently, that energy is sedentary. Brent interviewed Taren Gesell or better known as Triathlon Taren. Taren went from an Ironman and Youtube sensation to...