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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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Aug 31, 2016

Hello and welcome to the second episode of Business over Breakfast, sponsored by Auswide Bank. In this show, Andrew and Bree are up early as usual to share with you some great advice on how to stay motivated as an entrepreneur and small business owner. Together, they talk about their own experiences dealing with motivation and run through five tips on what to do when you’re feeling de-motivated and without your mojo, as well as five more on staying motivated.


As always, Bree is off and about interviewing a special CCIQ member for the Toaster Time section. In this episode, she talks with Bernard Schreiber, managing director of Scody Performance - an amazing Brisbane-based business that provides sportswear to elite athletes including the Australian cycling team.


Andrew and Bree reveal three more weird and wonderful businesses in the Food for Thought section, which are bound to inspire you into some out-of-the-box thinking, plus loads more.


In this episode, Andrew and Bree talk about:


  • How staying motivated can be particularly challenging for small business owners
  • The importance of pushing yourself
  • Dealing with uncertainty and unexpected curveballs
  • Why staying motivated is important for you and your team
  • What you can do to get your mojo back!
  • What Bree and Andrew do when they’re in a de-motivated slump
  • Bernard Schreiber’s business journey
  • Bernard’s biggest lessons learned so far in business
  • Why having the right people in place makes everything in business easier
  • Top, actionable tips on staying motivated as a business owner     
  • The importance in recognising your achievements when moving forward



Scody Performance

Auswide bank


Bree James Pakmag

Bree James LinkedIn

Andrew Griffiths Website

Amplify Website