On this week’s episode of the Atlanta Small Business Show, we caught up with serial entrepreneur and networking guru Darrah Brustein. Then, we took a look at our conversation with Anthony Iannarino, best-selling author of “Eat Their Lunch”. Next up was an Advice From the Pros segment featuring Jon Gordon, renowned business consultant, and author. Zach Wojohn, CEO of Executive Parking Systems, also stopped by the ASBN studios for this week’s Atlanta Small Business Profile. We then sat down with Leslie Kuban, expert franchise consultant and owner of FranNet Atlanta. Finally, rounding out the show was Skip Prichard, author of “The Book of Mistakes”.
Network Under 40’s Darrah Brustein on Staying Motivated, Networking, and Working with Deepak Chopra
Are you an aspiring entrepreneur looking for the confidence to get your business started, well look no further. On today’s show, we welcome serial entrepreneur, author, and business consultant, Darrah Brustein, who is living proof that your entrepreneurial journey doesn’t have to be linear. Darrah is the co-founder of Equitable Payments, founder of Network Under 40, and founder of Finance Whiz Kids, a series of children’s books that teach the basics of financial literacy. She is also a regular contributor to Forbes and Entrepreneur, and her work has been featured in Time Magazine, CNN, and the Huffington Post. Watch Now
How to Create a Long-Term Competitive Advantage – Anthony Iannarino, Author of “Eat Their Lunch”
More often than not, in sales, growing your business means taking market share from your competitors, while they try to do the same to you. However, disrupting your competition is no easy task. On today’s show, we speak with Anthony Iannarino, B2B sales coach, and Author of Eat Their Lunch: Winning Customers Away from Your Competition who tells us how we can find and hold onto the long-term competitive advantage. Watch Now
Advice From the Pros: Utilizing Positive Self-Talk – Jon Gordon, Business Consultant & Author
“Hey, I’m Jon Gordon and the best advice I ever heard from Dr. James Gills, the only person on the planet to complete six double-Ironman triathlons, and the last time he did it he was 59 years old. He was asked how he did it. He said…” Watch Now
Atlanta Small Business Profile – Zach Wojohn, Executive Parking Systems
On this week’s episode of the Atlanta Small Business Profile, Ted Jenkin welcomes Zach Wojohn, president and CEO of Executive Parking Systems, Inc., one of the largest and most referred valet service and parking management providers in the Atlanta area. Watch Now
How Franchise Business Ownership is Attracting the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs – Leslie Kuban, FranNet Atlanta
The franchise business model has solidified its place in our economy as a stable producer of ownership and employment opportunities. It has the potential to be a lucrative alternative to startups with minimal risk, making it a great option for would-be entrepreneurs. Today, we’re pleased to welcome back Leslie Kuban to ASBN. Leslie is a franchise industry expert, and owner of FranNet Atlanta and she is here to discuss how the franchise business model is working to meet the rapidly growing and diverse entrepreneur population. Watch Now
Advice From the Pros: The Concept of Readiness – Skip Prichard, Author of The Book of Mistakes
“One of the things that entrepreneurs and organizations really need to master is this concept of readiness. I find so often, whether you’re launching a product, a new service, a new business, we often are so busy to act that we don’t get ready. In my book, I say this…” Watch Now
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