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Manufacturing in America requires inventiveness

Duncanville, Texas: In this episode of the show we meet Wanda & Glenn Walser.  In 1976 Glenn started this business with a dream and a prayer. The rest is history, a miraculous story about how they created a new industry and then became the world's leaders within it.  This story is about automation, cost accounting, global business, personnel, and more. 

Getting fired from a job on principle has a long tradition in the USA. Many of us just have to work for ourselves. People often say, "I'm unemployable!  It is not that is has to be my way, but it does have to  the right way or the highway." And then, you know there are many of us who started our business to vindicate that belief; we needed to prove to ourselves that we were right.

Glenn was fired; he was too good. He had expertise as a mechanical engineer and he had an idea that everybody else said, "...can't be done." That was enough of a challenge for this man of vision and faith. With one investor who believed he could do it, he went about developing the first automated corndog system in the world.

Now, the Walsers have moved out of the passing lane to enjoy a little more of life as it is given while their nephew runs the company day-to-day.   All Key Ideas & Video...

 

Inventions stir economies

 

Good business is about continuous improvement... higher perfections.

Your business should challenge you to be better everyday in every way. If not, you have choices.


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Start a Business

John Hawkins jumped ship from big business to take over a bankrupt business. People thought he was crazy. Although he did not have an easy time turning it all around, he did it. He's made this business fly; learn how.
Key Question: How do I start a business?

Frank Jao, founder, Bridgecreek Development, Huntington Beach, California

Grow a Business

He left Vietnam with no money but lots of hope.
In this episode we learn how Frank Jao and his wife, Cathie, came to the USA and has grown a business beyond their wildest imagination. Learn how he did it.
Key Question: What is a path for growth?

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Buy a Business
Nicole Miller and her partner, Bud Konheim, "bought out" a small division of a large business. Today they license their brand to many independent, elegant, boutique stores throughout the USA. If you want to be in fashion, select your favorite designer and see what it costs to buy an exclusive for your neighborhood...
Key Question: Can my business be my legacy?

Andy Wilson, founder, Boston Duck Tours, Boston, Massachusetts

Sell a Business
Andy Wilson had a dream. He had a job, too. He made good money, but he was not satisfied. He wanted to do more. So, he jumped ship and started Boston Duck Tours and literally changed history. To get started, he sold a piece of the business from the get go. You can, too.

Learn eight possible ways to exit your business!
Key Question: Who is the best buyer?

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