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Changing the Way We Work Together to Help One Another, p. 8

Case Study:  To give is divine


She sets the example for what it means to help


Overview Transcript Case Study Video
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Ebby Halliday, founder, Ebby Halliday Realtors, the National
Realtors Association, president of many Chambers,
frequent speaker and Horatio Alger winner and honored guest

This episode of the show, done with with every local chamber of commerce within 100 miles of Dallas, is about a giver and not a taker.

Ten Key Ideas Within This Episode

  1. Commit to Improve Your Industry
  2. Work Hard for the People Who Work for You
  3. Flaunt What You've Got
  4. Find the Talent Under Your Nose
  5. Recruit an Insider
  6. Form Informal Partnerships
  7. Get Word-of-Mouth Marketing
  8. Be Generous
  9. Set High Standards
  10. Promise a Job for Life

Changing the Way We All See Business
  1.   The national media's negative portrayal of business can change.
  2.   Lift up more positive role models
  3.   Drive local ratings up
  4.   Reward the good;  ignore the bad.

Changing the Way We Work Together to Help One Another
  5.   Lead the 24x7 convergence 
  6.   Collaborate after every broadcast
  7.   Use this website as your own

  8. Let no business fail for lack of help.

Changing Ourselves:  Everybody is a Producer.
  9.    Provide even more value for members
10.   Get involved with your PEG and PBS stations
11.   Open a local small business index.
12.   Help create sustainable businesses

Key References:

An index for these 12 pages
An Open Letter to our friends
Homepage for this presentation

Let no business fail for lack of help

Small Business School would like to provide local chambers with enough tools and programs that your local members say, "My chamber is the best.  My member benefits just do not stop."  

Beside providing your CPAs with real CPE credits, this site is evolving so these CPAs can collaborate with their clients on the same questions and answers that they have studied for CPE!   When the small business owners answers any question, it becomes part of that business owner's guide, transcript, and overview.  

These same answers can then be used to create a business plan, or a loan document for a banks.

SBA-Preferred Lenders have encouraged the development of these tools particularly because, if used,  they can be used to defer unqualified loan applications and further qualify any loan application so there just might be fewer defaults on loans.

University professors will find these online learning tools to be a benefit as they extend their working relations beyond the classroom and into the active business world created by formers students and colleagues.

Business coaches will find be able to serve more accounts.

Small business owners: As the online learning evolves it will become a massive question-answer array with many possible best practices answers. There is no reason for a small business owner to fail due to a lack of information or inspiration.

We always invite our viewers'  COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS and we invite the same from you.   Your feedback is very important.