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Podcasting has now become a powerful medium for personal branding. Tom Schwab, founder of www.interviewvalet.com, shares some tips on how to be an ideal podcast guest. Being interviewed as a guest is a great way to get leads, but you have to get on the right podcasts with your ideal target audience.

Full episodes released each Sunday at www.blsnow.net

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Motivating your team is important to success. Your people have to buy in to what it is that you're doing. This all starts with you. If you're not bought in, then your employees will not buy in. In this episode, Sean Keith shares how he motivates his team.

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When you put out a posting for a position that's open in your company, or looking for freelancer work, you may get bombarded by hundreds of resumes. How do you filter out the bad ones though? Douglas has an easy, yet very effective method that he shares with Derek.

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Melissa had a great idea, but no desire to start a business. She started noticing a similar problem between several hospitals, that her idea could solve. So she began to do some research on patenting her idea, and in time the pieces started coming together.

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Simplicity in business is key to setting yourself apart. You should never be doing more than 5 marketing activities in your business. Robin Waite shares his perspective on how he simplifies his business, and how simplifying your business can have positive outcomes.

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Ed Eppley, the author of "Let’s Be Clear: 6 Disciplines of Focused Management Pros", is a leading global expert in professional management, sales strategy, and performance management. He is a principal consultant for the Table Group, a Patrick Lencioni Company, and operates The Eppley Group. He has trained managers at multinational companies across the U.S., Europe, China, Japan, and Australia. His clients include a “Who’s Who” of business category leaders such as BMW, DSW, Sara Lee, Bloomberg, Battelle, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Speedway, Steamboat Ski & Resort Company, Value City Furniture, PSA Airlines, Emerson Electric, NECCO, Safelite Auto Glass, and others.

A life-long entrepreneur, Ed has started an advertising agency and a manufacturer’s rep firm selling to the industrial and construction markets before creating Tyson Eppley Management, ProspeX, and The Eppley Group. As a facilitator of the Course for Presidents at Aileron, Ed helps owners of private businesses apply a system of professional management to identify and correct workplace problems. A professional career that has spanned more than 40 years, Ed has honed a skill for identifying talent, understanding executive challenges and spotting and improving problematic management.

Learn more about Eppley and The Eppley Group at http://www.TheEppleyGroup.com. Download the first chapter of “Let’s Be Clear,” at http://www.letzbeclear.com.

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Karen learned a very important lesson when you bring a product to market. You have to listen to the market. It may be brutal, but it won't lie to you. By listening to the market, you will know what your customers like, what price points, where to sell the products, and what changes you need to make to be successful.

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No one wishes to outlive their retirement. Dr. Buck Joffrey shares some of the outdated way of thinking about investments, to help you better prepare yourself for proper retirement savings and investments.

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Sean Whittenberg took on a massive mission to make consuming tuna, safer. His company, Safe Catch, developed a tool to test tuna above the FDA approved limit, to provide the highest quality tuna available. Their product provides the lowest mercury levels in tuna, available in the market. Sean's overall mission was not only to make money, but to make a massive difference in the world.

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There's a big difference between leading, and managing. Leaders tend to focus on people, managers tend to focus more interested in what they want to say and do. Bobby Albert shares how the most effective leaders have both skills at the same time. You sometimes may have to wear two different hats in the same day, focusing on the "things" of the business, and also talking with the "people" in the business.

Full episodes released each Sunday at www.blsnow.net

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