The Atlanta Small Business Show on CBS46 and Peachtree TV: Episode 47 – [6.05.20]

On this week’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we kick things off with reality star and philanthropist, Tanya Sam. Next up, we have a thought provoking chat on the importance of building relationships in the workplace with expert Shasta Nelson. Following Shasta, we welcome back author of the best selling book, The Crisis Turnaround and CEO of Atlanta based Dragon Army, Jeff Hilimire. We then speak with President of Motivation Works, Dan Thurmon, who tells us how to shatter self-imposed limitations and thrive in business. Last but not least, a preview of this past week’s Atlanta Small Business Profile with Ted Jenkin where Ted interviews Derek Griffin, CEO of Speartek. You don’t want to miss this one!

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Tanya SamKeeping Up with Tanya Sam: Entrepreneur, Reality Star, and Philanthropist
In this segment of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we’re so pleased to welcome Tanya Sam. Tanya is an Atlanta-based entrepreneur, philanthropist, Director of Partnerships at TechSquare Labs, Founder of The Ambition Fund, wife of tech tycoon Paul Judge, and possibly best known for her role on The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Watch Now

Shasta NelsonHow to Cultivate Healthy Work Relationships While Working From Home – Shasta Nelson, Relationship Expert
On this episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we’re excited to welcome Shasta Nelson, a leading expert on friendship and healthy professional relationships. Shasta is also an acclaimed keynote speaker and author of Frientimacy: How to Deepen Friendships for Lifelong Health and Happiness. Watch Now

Jeff HilimireIn the Face of a Crisis, Will Your Business Survive or Will it Thrive? – Jeff Hilimire, Author of The Crisis Turnaround
On this episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome back CEO and Co-Founder of Atlanta based Dragon Army and author of the newly released book, “The Crisis Turnaround: Lead through crisis and position your company for strength“. Watch Now

Dan ThurmonHow to Shatter Self-Imposed Limitations and Thrive in Your Business – Dan Thurmon
In today’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we’re pleased to welcome president of Motivation Works, Inc., Dan Thurmon. Dan is also a renowned speaker, entrepreneur, acrobat, and the popular author of “Off Balance on Purpose: Embrace Uncertainty and Create a Life You Love.” Dan has spent the last 25 years helping F500 organizations ‘Lean In’ to change. Dan works closely with clients to understand exactly what issues they are going through and customizes his content to deliver a transformational experience that leads to action. He has delivered thousands of presentations across six continents for business leaders, troops on the front lines and even royalty. Dan believes that we will never achieve “perfect balance” and should, instead, learn to embrace uncertainty and initiate positive changes that lead to growth. Watch Now

SpeartekThe Atlanta Small Business Profile – Derek Griffin, CEO of Speartek
On this week’s episode of the Atlanta Small Business Profile, small business expert Ted Jenkin welcomes Derek Griffin, Chief Executive Officer of Speartek, a B2B platform that delivers e-commerce solutions for websites. In this episode, Ted and Derek discuss how to generate more traffic and conversion on your business’s website. Watch Now


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