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The Service Sector is growing faster than all others...

Meet Milt Moses; he invests in people.


Chicago: In 1962 Milton Moses thought about going into television, but there were few places for African Americans. Instead, he joined Community Insurance Center and was made President in 1968. 

His firm is the largest African-American owned insurance agency in the Midwest. Like millions of other small business owners, he has created jobs for decades. He established his company as an institution in a quiet neighborhood and is always looking for ways to empower the next generation.

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All Business is about continuous improvement...

We all should be reaching for higher perfections.  Your business should challenge you to be better everyday in every way. If not, you have choices.



About The Stars of this Television Show

All the people who appear as the stars of this television show are recommended by their community for their integrity and by their industry for their creativity and courage. Our national sponsors -- from IBM, USPS, Verizon, Microsoft, D&B, SAIC, Travelers, Business Week, and many others -- have paid for everything.

Nobody can pay or has ever paid to be on this television show.


The selection process


People often ask, "How were all these people selected for an episode of the show?"  Over 100 business owners are recommended by Chambers and other business advocates... everybody votes, and one comes to the top and an episode is done.  Nobody can pay or has ever paid to be on this show.  More...



It is a service if it is not a product!  The service industries account for 60% of all jobs.

Business Service folks include the IT,  finance (including the occasional bookkeeper), engineering, management, personnel,  insurance, brokers of every kind (including real estate), security, design services right on out to the landscaping people, and so many more. 

Professional Services require a degree in that discipline to even practice it!  The classic folks include the architects, CPAs, lawyers, and  doctors.  Today, it can even include everybody from educators to undertakers. 

Personal services include the folks who maintain your body including your nails, hair, muscle tone, weight, etc., and then handle how and where you take that body, i.e. the travel agents, delivery services, and more. 

Of course,  many retail businesses offer business, professional and personal services.   Most of us have enough stuff.  Making our lives more meaningful, whole, textured, informed, aesthetic -- even more charming -- is the work of the service industries.


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Start a Business

Goshow Architects.  Meet Nancy and Eric and feel their love and commitment to architecture, New York City, and history.   This firm had a forty-year vision from its start!
Key Question: How do I start a business?

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Grow a Business

Meet Leonor Ferrer, a freight-forwarding business in San Diego and Tijuana.  She knew the business, but her boss did not want to serve the little folks.  She did 
Key Question: What is a path for growth?

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Buy a Business
Meet Andy Murstein, CEO, Medallion Financial,
the largest Small Business Investment Company for women and minorities, They'll grow to be a billion-dollar business by having others buy a piece of the action!  They've done an IPO.
Key Question: Can my business be my legacy?

Cactus & Tropicals, Salt Lake City

Sell a Business
Cactus & Tropicals.  At one time only the rich had exotic plants in their homes.  Now we all do.   Meet Lorraine Miller, as she nurtures her business, her people, and her customers.  Also, watch the clips as Lorraine tells us why she eventually sold her business.

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

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