Michael and Kathryn interview their friend, Caleb Guilliams, about being a young entrepreneur in the finance space and the key areas business owners should focus on to become more financially successful. Get Caleb's top tips and strategies so you can accurately assess what's standing in the way of your growth.
Michael and Kathryn talk with Mark Ritter, credit union and small business lending expert, about the secret sauce that makes credit unions so appealing for small business owners. Should you take out a loan from your local credit union instead of a bank? Find out by giving this episode a listen!
Michael and Kathryn talk with John Jantsch, author and marketing expert, about the customer success track and how to scale your business through better marketing. If you feel like you are constantly spinning your wheels just trying to generate new customers, take a step back by giving this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn interview business coach and Certified Financial Planner, Josh Patrick, about personal sustainability and how to tell if your business is sellable. If you find yourself struggling with your business finances or just want to form a solid future exit strategy, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn have an open discussion about new ventures they are trying and the challenges that come with them. In today's uncertain and polarized world, growing a business can often be tough and stressful. If you are experiencing anxiety about the future of your business, get encouragement and time-tested tips in this episode.
Michael and Kathryn chat with Core Poirier, author and speaker, on his past interviews with well known thought leaders and his insights on developing personal mission statements. You'll get many nuggets of business wisdom in this episode--and bonus--you'll get to hear stories from Corey's history of performing stand up comedy!
Michael and Kathryn take you on a ride into a thought experiment where they debate on whether or not they think a business like an In-N-Out Burger could survive and thrive if it started in today's world. Humor and hypotheses abound in this fun and relevant dialogue about niche markets!
Michael and Kathryn interview business consultant and innovation expert, Andrew Pek, on the 3 levels of innovation and the power of mindset when it comes to unlocking your creativity. If you feel like your leadership or business is constantly getting stuck in a rut, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn talk to business coach, Jeff Chastain, about how to regain your passion for your business and repair the foundational elements your company was built on. If you've been trying quick-fix solutions to help grow your business but nothing is working, give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn talk to John Briggs, Author and CPA, about the Profit First cash management system. Avoid falling into burnout and regain the passion you originally had when you started your business. If you are a business owner who tends to avoid numbers, you won't want to miss this episode!
Michael and Kathryn talk to Carolina Miranda about B Corps and the process businesses take to become certified. If you strive to positively impact ALL stakeholders in your company including your employees and customers, or have never heard of B Corps and are interested in discovering more, then this episode is for you.
Michael and Kathryn talk with company culture expert, Brett Putter, about the 6 mechanisms for growing a stronger culture. Your company's culture will take on a life of its own if you don't intentionally help shape it... So if you need help overcoming a dysfunctional work culture be sure to give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn discuss how to achieve peace of mind in your business. It may seem unattainable at first, but there is hope! If you've lost your passion, are exhausted, or feel like your business is stuck in a dark valley right now, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn interview Stacey Brown Randall, business referral coach, on the best way to win referrals. What if the most successful referral strategy had nothing to do with asking... but everything to do with relationships? If you've always operated with the mindset that you constantly have to ask for referrals in order to get them, then this episode is for you.
Michael and Kathryn discuss Angela Duckworth's book, Grit, and why business leaders should be thinking about perseverance. Growing a business is never easy. If you find yourself in constant survival mode, and need some encouragement, give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn talk to SEO expert and entrepreneur, John Vuong, about the importance of search campaigns for bringing businesses more ideal customers. If you've toyed with the idea of optimizing your website to get more leads, but never taken the plunge, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn interview Leadership Coach and Author, John Ramstead, about his new book, On Purpose With Purpose: Discovering How to Live Your Best Life. Find out what true purpose means and why leaders and entrepreneurs need it in order to thrive. If you feel aimless or like your business has plateaued, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn interview Leadership Coach, Jeff Gephart Ed.D, on the definition of good leadership, self-leadership, and intentional change theory. Many business leaders, especially solopreneurs, feel alone and struggle with propelling their business and their personal lives forward. Get pro-level tips on forming healthier personal habits by giving this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn discuss the pros and cons of rapid business growth. Discover how to strategically plan for growth so you can avoid having to close your doors. If you've struggled to wrap your brain around what it could mean for your company to grow too quickly (or not enough), then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn discuss the differences between being a true workaholic and being a hard worker. Discover the most common signs of workaholism and what you can do to avoid reaching burnout. If you are in a leadership position, and think you might be slipping from a 'hard work' mindset into 'workaholic' territory, give this episode a listen.
Michael interviews his wife and business partner, Kathryn. Together they unpack the challenges of delegation, employee turnover, and strategic company growth. If you often find yourself getting in your own way when it comes to growing your company, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn interview ecommerce brand expert, Jordan West, about why self-awareness for leaders is important, regardless of your age or what stage of business you are in. The trio dives into tools on how to become more self-aware and how it effects the way you hire and lead your company. They bring authentic and impactful insight as well as reference many helpful resources. You don’t want to miss it.
Michael and Kathryn interview James Miller, licensed psychotherapist and radio show host, about best thought practices for leaders so you can keep evolving and continue to grow your business. If you want tips on how to become a better communicator, improve your understanding of your employees, and how to overcome self-doubt and imposter syndrome, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn interview business owner and author, Karen Briscoe, about her journey to success. Discover how she leverages 5 minutes each day to overcome challenges and increase productivity. If you feel stuck when it comes to running your business and want simple next steps to take, then give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn talk about why having fun in your business is one of the best things you can do to improve your bottom line. Discover how fun builds community, trust, and improves employee engagement. If you're skeptical as to how fun can solve business problems, or if you're just curious how to inject a little extra fun into your organization, then give this episode a listen.