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The Business Over Breakfast Podcast is expressly for Small Business owners, predominantly the 20,000 people in the CCIQ database. The aim of the podcast is to create more current and energetic engagement with the membership base.
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Jul 29, 2018

 

Confidence really is everything in the world of business. A strong sense of confidence can take you to the stars, while being unsure of yourself can make matters worse. While our confidence may get knocked from time to time, customers may be a little reluctant to buy from you. However, with a little patience and determination, your confidence will soar.

In this episode of the Business Over Breakfast Podcast Bree and Andrew are talking about the importance of confidence when it comes to doing business and how a confident mind can help you get anywhere.

Additionally, Bree talks to multiple business owner, mum, and author of Once Upon a Time in Small Business Lee McCaffrey. Over the years, she has played a large role in the start up of many successful companies as well as starting her own business, Mac&Co, from scratch. If you’re looking for the confidence you need in yourself to take your business to the next level, this is the episode for you.

We also discuss things like:

  • Andrew and Bree’s personal experiences
  • Imposter Syndrome
  • “Bluffing” your way to confidence
  • How to identify things that erode your confidence
  • Eliminating things from your life that affect your confidence negatively
  • How low confidence affects business
  • What to do when you aren’t feeling your strongest

Links:

Once Upon A Time in Small Business Book

Mac&Co Website

Lee McCaffrey LinkedIn

Business over Breakfast Book

Smallville

Bree James Website

Andrew Griffiths Website

Jul 14, 2018

It’s time for us all to accept that eventually all business relationships come to an end, which may seem a little daunting however, we can be prepare for this situation to end a relationship graciously.In this episode your hosts, Bree James and Andrew Griffiths, discuss all the best ways to recognise when a business relationship has run its course and how to best handle the situation so there is a positive outcome for everyone involved.

Today’s Toaster guesthas been at the helm of some of the biggest mass participation events in the world. He has impacted millions of people by 
delivering some of the largest mass participation sports events across three 
continents and is the author of Mass Participation Sports Events. He is a highly sought after international speaker, high impact
 consultant and Founder and CEO of Mass Participation Asia, please welcome Chris Robb back to the show.

We also discuss things like:

  • Becoming good at ending a business relationship graciously
  • Understanding why business relationships end
  • Where people go wrong when ending a business relationship
  • Taking the emotion out of ending a business relationship
  • Common symptoms that a relationship is coming to an end
  • Avoiding bad business relationships in the first place
  • Moving on after ending a business relationships
  • 5 top tips for ending a business relationship that has run its course

 Links

Mass Participation Sports Events Book

Chris Robb Linkedin

Chris Robb Website

Business over Breakfast Book

Smallville

Bree James Website

Andrew Griffiths Website

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