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How to Survive an Entrepreneurial Seizure [Podcast]

December 15, 2020

Episode 134: Michael and Kathryn talk about entrepreneurial seizures and what to do after you've had one. People start businesses for many reasons, but might not have the 3 things in place needed to beat the business failure rate: A clear vision,...

Dealing with Complexity - Why It's Not Business as Usual [Podcast]

November 3, 2020

Episode 130: Michael and Kathryn talk about why it's so difficult for business leaders to handle growing complexity (especially in 2020). Find out what Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity have to do with your business amidst local...

The 5 Reasons Businesses Fail - With Guest, Tracy Wilson [Podcast]

October 27, 2020

Episode 129: Michael and Kathryn interview business coach and entrepreneur, Tracy Wilson, about the challenges business owners need to overcome in order to achieve success. Tracy shares the lessons she learned while building her own business and...

How to Love Your Business - With Guest, Debbie King [Podcast]

October 20, 2020

Episode 128: Michael and Kathryn interview Debbie King, the author of Loving Your Business, about how to rethink your relationship with your business and make it work for you. Debbie shares how to start loving your business so you can...

Celebrating a Milestone [Podcast]

September 9, 2020

Episode 122: Michael and Kathryn celebrate the milestone of reaching 1,000 books sold and discuss the reasons why a well formed core purpose and vision should be foundational elements of any business. If you are curious why milestones matter or...

How to Lead a Successful Nonprofit - With Guest, Rob Harter [Podcast]

September 1, 2020

Episode 121: Michael and Kathryn interview Dr. Rob Harter, Director of Christian Center of Park City, on his years of experience in nonprofit leadership, growth strategies, fundraising, and self-care. If you run a nonprofit, or even a for-profit...

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