Dirty Secrets of Small Business
Couples in Business: Sherry & Dan Jones of Seniors Helping Seniors
Today we were joined on the show by Sherry and Dan Jones. They were clients of ours when they owned their franchise business Seniors Helping Seniors. We not only helped them grow their business but w
How Come Everyone Says You Have To Grow Or Die?
One of the reasons we started this podcast was to help dispel many of the myths weve seen in the small business world. One of those chief myths is the idea that if youre not growing youre dying.
Couples in Business: John & Terri Sonnhalter of Sonnhalter
Today we were joined on the show by business owners John and Terri Sonnhalter. Oh yeah, they also happen to be Adams parents! They shared with us their 40+ year journey of working together in a busi
How Do I Get A Customer Who Owes Me A Lot of Money To Pay?
One of the dirtiest of little secrets weve discussed related to business ownership on this show over the years is that as a small business owner youre also running a bank. With all the talk of rece
How Do I Figure Out Business I Want To Buy?
If youve been around us at all then you know one of the things we specialize in with our coaching is helping people with buying and selling companies. Not only have we helped hundreds of people with
Rapid Growth, Bob Scaccia of USA Firmware
Today we were joined on the show by business owner Bob Scaccia, who is the Founder and CEO of USA Firmware. Bob shared with us some of the ups and downs of his first decade in business and the tremend
How Do I Know If I Should Have A Partner?
We are big fans of partnerships. Surprisingly, we tend to find ourselves in the minority when it comes to that positive view of business partners. Were guessing you may have heard a lot of negative
How Often Should I Contact Past Customers?
Everyone loves something new and shiny! Many of our small business clients refer to those bright shiny new objects as squirrels. But while were all chasing these new shiny objects, we might just be
Is It Right To Use Your Vendors As A Bank?
One of the things nobody tells you about when starting a business is that youve unknowingly signed up to play the bank. Every time you provide credit to a customer you always risk having someone lik
How Much Growth Is Too Much?
One of the common refrains youll hear whether it be in business or life is something to the effect, If youre not growing youre dying. A phrase like that can put a lot of pressure on a business o