Tag: Tim Healy


Building a Brand with Henry Kaminski

Building a Brand with Henry Kaminski

If you look around, it may seem like everyone has a podcast, blog, or business. How can you possibly break through when so many others are doing the same thing as you? Building a brand is complex, confusing, and can be stressful. My guest today is here to help you understand what you need to take your name to the next level. (more…)


How to Plan to Sell Your Business with Michelle Seiler Tucker

How to Plan to Sell Your Business with Michelle Seiler Tucker

The ultimate win for an entrepreneur is to build a company that others want a piece of. Being able to sell your business takes years of planning and dedication. It is no wonder that 80% of businesses that are created do not sell. My guest today is here to give you the insight you need to attract buyers, even if you are just starting your company. (more…)


Jon Taffer Shares How to Succeed in a Post-Pandemic Society

Jon Taffer Shares How to Succeed in a Post-Pandemic Society

Running a successful eatery is difficult on any normal day. Add in a global pandemic and more than a year of restrictions, and winning the battle for business can seem like an impossible task. My guest today is no stranger to taking care of the hardworking owners of the bar and restaurant industry, even if his advice is often a bit harsh. (more…)


Making the Most of Video Conferencing

Making the Most of Video Conferencing

As we enter what will hopefully be the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, workers have started to go back to the office, and face-to-face meetings have resumed. For many, however, video conferencing remains the best option. Experts believe the future of meetings is a hybrid between in-person sessions and video conferences. How can you best utilize video for your business? (more…)


Making Financial Literacy Accessible: Jordan Awoye

Making Financial Literacy Accessible: Jordan Awoye

Money. We all need dollars and cents to get by, even if we don’t exactly understand what we are doing. Financial literacy should be a goal for all of us. But where can you turn if you don’t even know where to start? My guest today is working to make financial literacy more accessible for every community. (more…)


The Power of Being Thoughtful

The Power of Being Thoughtful

Being thoughtful is a topic I have never written about. I hate to say it, but being thoughtful was never really a topic I incorporated into my training and coaching. Maybe I thought it was assumed, or maybe even too touchy feely. I was wrong. (more…)


Your Opinion Doesn’t Matter

Your Opinion Doesn’t Matter

In sales, the goal is always to close the deal. Being confident in your product or service is vital if you want your clients to buy in. However, the best piece of sales advice I can offer is that when it comes down to it, your opinion doesn’t matter.  (more…)


The Siblings: Me, Chuck, and Maureen

People Don’t Come with Expiration Dates

“Oh man, I better eat this before it expires!”

How many times have you gone through your fridge and said something like this in your life? A carton of milk, a package of raw chicken, a container of fresh strawberries. These things all come with expiration dates. If you don’t use them in time, they go bad and end up in the garbage, simply to be replaced on your next trip to the store. We know we better savor these items before it’s too late. (more…)


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