If you look around, you’ll notice that there are way too many mediocre businesses. The service isn’t too good and neither are the premises or customer service. There’s no love or attention. This doesn’t just happen overnight, but generally due to a lack of direction or motivation from the business owner. So, in this episode of Business over Breakfast, Bree James and Andrew Griffiths walk you through how to aim for excellence because mediocre businesses simply don’t survive. Learn how to stand out from the crowd and get people raving about you!
This episode’s special guest, Hunter Leonard, is an author and marketer who helps mature age individuals start their first business in their 40s and beyond with his company, Silver & Wise. Hunter is also the CEO of Blue Frog Marketing, a company that helps business owners achieve their goals and set up their entrepreneurial ventures. As someone whose business philosophy is to help others solve problems, he gives his thoughts on how to face a seemingly overwhelming amount of hardships. If you need advice on how to tackle your business’s greatest challenges, then this episode is for you!
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Today on the Business over Breakfast podcast, Andrew Griffiths and Bree James talk about a wide variety of topics such as managing people in business, Netflix commitment rings, the new use for English telephone boxes and watching melons grow. Yes, that’s right - melons. But their main focus is learning how to better manage people within business, and if you’ve always found that to be especially difficult, then this episode is perfect for you.
Their guest on today’s show is the master of mass-management, Chris Robb, who is used to making the jump from managing a team of 20 to a team of 5,000. Chris chats to our hosts about the importance of small business owners knowing how to effectively manage people, and what happens if you fail to do it properly.
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