Entrepreneurship does two main things: It solves a problem for (or in some other way adds immense value to) the marketplace, and fulfills a need for the entrepreneur. In this week’s show Bob welcomes a true entrepreneur and connector, Glenn Garnes. Glenn Garnes is a retired trial attorney who made an important pivot from the practice of law into a mission-centered career around creating opportunities for others to invest in their growth through entrepreneurship and self-help education.
Don’t allow yourself to make decisions out of another person’s frame. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, award-winning author and master communicator Dianna Booher shares how to listen analytically to persuasive appeals … and NOT be tricked.
Have you ever fallen victim to promises of something that would happen after the first of the year–mainly promises you’ve made to yourself. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Meridith Elliott Powell helps us work through everything about the holiday season that can hold our business back, and instead take us forward.
When it comes to utilizing technology in our daily lives, can we prioritize better than we are currently? I believe we can. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Dan Schawbel shares how great leaders bring connection to the workplace in an age where technology has created what he calls, an “Age of Isolation.”