Episode 89: Cathleen Snyder, Strategic HR

May 31st, 2015

Being successful is often a direct measure of how well we treat people.  Partners, suppliers, customers and employees.  Tune in to our interview of Cathy Snyder who gives us some information on how to handle the employee part of that success.

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Episode 88: Chris Gruenke, CPNSquared, Jason Redwine, LANrm

May 24th, 2015

Business owners (generally speaking) don't love numbers and accounting.  But it's an absolute MUST if you want to succeed.  There are three types of number-loving people who can be very helpful in growing your business.  1) The Accountant/ Bookkeeper.  This is someone focused on the details.  They'll help you sleep better at night, but they may not be the best at strategy. 2) The DealMaker. This is more of an MBA type person.  If you're wanting to scale your business through acquisitions or big capital investments this is the person that can make that happen. 3) The Advisor.  This person brings a broader look at your business and can advise on many different aspects.  

AHHHH, but where do you find someone like that and how could you afford their salary? Well, just press "play".
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Episode 87: National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

May 17th, 2015

There is no doubt that the men and women who serve as firefighters are truly everyday heroes.  But some of them are also everyday business owners.  Meet Shawn Stacy, owner of HealthCare Training Solutions and firefighter with Colerain Township Fire & EMS.  Find out how his company helps train others in many diverse categories.  Paul Riedel and Deana Brown also join us to talk about how you can support the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the work that they do to take care of the families that are left behind when firefighters make the ultimate sacrifice.

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Episode 86: You’Nique Sweets & Chris Lee, Bookkeeping Express

May 11th, 2015

Do you have a hard time getting to sleep?  When tax time rolls around do the words "profit & loss", "balance sheet", "general ledger" run races in your head?  Maybe, maybe not. But one term can be critical to the success of a product-based business and that is "Cost of Goods Sold".  Especially for a food business where material costs can fluctuate.  Meet You'Nique Sweets, a dream of Pam Kirtley and Debbie Lee. Sisters and bakers of extraordinary and unusual sweet treats that they sell Hamilton's Historic armer's Market. Chris Lee of Bookkeeping Express joins us to again bring clarity and a good night's sleep. 

Check out You'Nique Sweets at "Hamilton's Historic Farmer's Market" (on FB)
Clear your mind and your desk with Bookkeeping Express.  Ask for Chris Lee.
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Episode 85: Troy McCracken, Spectrum Networks & Rachel Meeks, Cohen of Heartland

May 5th, 2015

When you think of telecom you think of names like Sprint, Verizon, or AT&T.  But there are other players like Troy McCracken who tells us his how he started Spectrum Networks, a different kind of telecom business saving money and bringing efficiencies to small and mid-sized businesses.  Also joining us is Rachel Cohen of Heartland Payment Systems, a company that also brings costs down in the areas of payroll and card processing systems.  

rachel.meeks@e-hps.com    or  513.318.8875
www.3spectrum.com    or landline: 513.697.2000
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