Addressing Mental Health at Work: Essential Steps to Support Employees

mental health
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a significant impact on individuals and businesses across the globe. With remote work continuing to play a key role across many industries, the mental health of employees is being severely tested.   More than ever before, it's important for employers...

How to Overcome Self-Doubt and Become a Badass Entrepreneur – Crista Samaras, Brave Enterprises

On this episode of the Atlanta Small Business Network we sit down with Crista Samaras, CEO and Founder of Brave Enterprises, to tell us about what inspired her to start her business and how she motivates others to face their fears and step out...

3 Steps to Managing Your Mental Health Through the COVID-19 Crisis – Dr. Nicole Lipkin

Nicole Lipkin
Today on The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome  Dr. Nicole Lipkin, organizational psychologist, CEO of Equilibria Leadership Consulting, and Founder of The Young Leader Project. In this segment, Jim and Dr. Nicole discuss the psychological impact of COVID-19, tackling stress during this time, and overcoming...

Five Simple Habits for Getting Remote Teams to Focus – Erik Qualman [Video]

Eric Qualman
Today we welcome the leading authority on digital transformation, Mr. Erik Qualman. Erik is a bestselling author several times over, and an acclaimed motivational speaker that has given keynotes in over 55 countries. His work has been featured on 60 Minutes, the Wall Street Journal,...

How 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...

Preserving Atlanta’s Reputation for World-Class Black Theatre Since 2012 – Toni Henson

On today's episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we speak with Toni Henson, Co-founder & Executive Producing Director of the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival, popularly known as the festival of "40 plays in four days". The ABTF is the nation's largest self-producing platform...

Former NFL Player, Author & Cancer Survivor Merril Hoge Talks About Maintaining Your Motivation During Tough Times

Today on The Atlanta Small Business Show we’re pleased to welcome Merril Hoge, former NFL running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears. Merril also serves as a head coach for Your Call Football and is the best-selling author of Find A Way: 3 Words That...

How to Apply the Lessons of Today and Move Forward as a Better Leader Tomorrow – John O’Leary, Best-Selling Author

On today’s show, we welcome best-selling author and inspirational speaker, John O’Leary. At just nine years old, John found himself in a house-fire that severely burned 100% of his body leaving him hospitalized for time to come. It was within those moments the bed stricken...

Building Confidence and Taking Risks in Business: A Lesson From Olympic Gold Medalist Nikki Stone

Today on The Atlanta Small Business Network we’re pleased to welcome Olympic gold medalist Nikki Stone. Nikki was America’s first-ever Olympic Champion in inverted aerial skiing at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan. She is an acclaimed motivational speaker and the Amazon best-selling author of “When...

Why Ed Trimble Launched GeorgiaALIVE to Tackle our State’s Greatest Needs During the Pandemic Crisis

On today's edition of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we welcome Ed Trimble, Founder of GeorgiaALIVE, a central source for COVID-19 reporting and protective equipment exchange. Tune-in to hear more from Ed and let us know your thoughts or questions in the comment section below. The...
Mike Michalowicz

3 Critical Questions Entrepreneurs Need to Ask About Their Marketing Plans with Mike Michalowicz

Are you struggling to effectively market your business? If so, Mike Michalowicz, serial entrepreneur, leader of two new multi-million-dollar ventures, and author, recommends asking...
high-pressure work

Helping Your Employees Cope with a High-Pressure Work Environment

A high-pressure work environment can be a sign that your company is ambitious and productive. A high-pressure work environment can drive your employees to...
software

Is Your Small Business Using Collaborative Software? If Not, Should It Be?

For larger established teams, collaboration software is indispensable, but for early-stage start-ups with few or no employees, there may not yet be a need....

How These Two ATL Small Business Owners Made It Onto Oprah’s List of Favorite...

Two small businesses right here in Atlanta are getting a little bit of help from Oprah and Amazon this holiday season. StepStitches and The...
gender

Bolstering Economic Growth by Closing Gender Gaps between Entrepreneurs

Women can play a pivotal role in a nation’s economy. However, they face many gender bias constraints when they try to create new businesses....