Every business must have a strong foundation—from the people you can trust to the website you are planning to build and the marketing efforts you need to keep the business going. And whether you've been running a business for quite some time or you jumped into the world of entrepreneurship just recently, you must learn how to put these elements in place early on. Many questions remain unanswered especially when people and money management are involved. The key to an organisation's success is the relationship among team members and the cash flow management, which could be a challenge for some. In this episode, Jeff Chastain shares how we can make a foundation for the growth of your business.
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Without the power of leadership, all other business elements lie dormant. Leadership is essential to govern the stability not only of the business structure but also its people's reliability to the company. Have you ever tried spotting the difference between a boss and a true leader? A boss micromanages and puts too much pressure on people while good leaders provide guidance. Managers should provide meaningful guidance, patience and advice to their employees. If you are a good leader, you should be a source of new learnings...not fear. You must have the initiative to help your people perform their tasks more efficiently and effectively. Competitive leaders can help maximize productivity and achieve their goals. In this episode, Tim Spiker, the founder of The Aperio and the Who* Not What Principle, shares his leadership tips and how to work it out.
Now Bubble O' Bill, Buffalo Bill, you know the ice cream guy, had an early life fighting in the Civil War and against the Indian population. He grew famous for his endeavours, but he was remembered now because he began a stage show called Buffalo Bill's Wild West. They toured the US, Britain and Europe and helped set the tone for how the Wild West has been portrayed in movies ever since, but the real Old West was a lot less exciting.