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Work On Your Ecosystem

3:40 | Play Now | Deland won the Great American Main Street award because merchants pulled together.

Offer the Hard to Find

2:07 | Play Now | Assuming you understand your target market thoroughly, the next task you have is to find things customers will want to buy that they can't find conveniently any place else.

Treat People With Deep Respect

2:16 | Play Now | Pam McNair knows that people are the raw materials you must commit to working with, day in and day out, if you want to grow a company. More...

Make Shopping an Adventure

4:12 | Play Now | There is plenty to see and buy at Jackalope. Customers wander through acres of products organized into fascinating boutiques.

Give it Away; Don't Discount

2:33 | Play Now | Launching a business with zero marketing budget forced Wing to be creative.

Buy an Unexploited Idea

0:24 | Play Now | Most inventors are not business people and most business people are not inventors.

Look for Neglected Customers

2:25 | Play Now | Blair Taylor owns and Athlete's Foot Store in Compton (near Los Angeles). He says no retailer or business owner should shy away from any neighborhood if he has a product that the people in that neighborhood want or need. Blair is now the CEO of the LA Urban League.

Take Control of Your Life

3:09 | Play Now | Lorraine Miller is a successful business owner because she was willing to leave a bad boss. Now rather than dreading going to work, she looks forward to being the first person in every day.

Make A Little Go A Long Way

1:14 | Play Now | Jose Navarro of Navarro Discount Pharmacies in Miami started his near-billion dollar operation on a shoe string.

Be Willing To Change Everything

4:20 | Play Now | Bart Mahan nearly lost everything before he got his business model right.

Stay Focused on Your Target

0:41 | Play Now | Carol Schroeder wrote the book on specialty retailing. She says that successful shopkeepers who have made it through the Wal-Mart shake out know that they can not sell anything people can buy at Wal-Mart.

Admit What You Don't Know

2:44 | Play Now | Harry Rosenthal had proven himself in the catalog business and was hired by Redford to launch the Sundance Catalog business. More...

Love People

2:07 | Play Now | It is not enough to love the products you sell. You must also have a profound love for people to build a successful specialty retail shop.

Sell a Lifestyle, Not a Product

4:07 | Play Now | People who visit Sundance Lodge want to take a piece of the lifestyle home with them, and the catalog offers it to them every month.

Make Customers Not Sales

4:32 | Play Now | Owner Buddy Roybal never worried about selling and that has made him rich.

Find Suppliers Who Help

2:15 | Play Now | Founder Tom Gegax tell us that TiresPlus financed its growth by plowing the earnings of the business back into expansion and by borrowing from suppliers.

Serve The Low Profile Segment

2:55 | Play Now | Victoria is like millions of little girls. She has a horse in her backyard. Country Supply reaches these customers with a catalog that offers low prices.

Develop Multiple Revenue Streams

4:14 | Play Now | Joe Wasserman and his partner Richard Stanley are working to turn their theater into a multi-use gathering place for the community.

Treat Customers Like Family

2:59 | Play Now | Perry Gates, an owner of Maine Gold, produces a fantastic maple syrup that is surpassed only by the sweet smell of success earned through a loyal customer following.

Make the Cash Flow

5:58 | Play Now | In 1948 Angelo DeLucia started selling an old family recipe.

Integrity selling is not an oxymoron.

2:13 | Play Now | Ron Willingham is the author of a dozen books and hundreds of courses. Among his books are: Integrity Selling for the 21st Century, The Inner Game of Selling, Integrity Service, The People Principle, Hey, I'm The Customer, and The Ten Laws of Wealth & Abundance (new window).

Act Like Your Customers Act

4:34 | Play Now | Jim Morris is one of those owners who is literally his own customer.He loves nature and his customers depend on him and his web site to inform them about the environmental movement.

Infuse Fresh Thinking

2:39 | Play Now | There is no back room so all inventory is on display and tracked with bar code technology.

Feed And Trust Your Instincts

1:49 | Play Now | Nicole Miller's inspiration starts big and works its way into every detail of her seasonal line.

Break With Tradition

1:14 | Play Now | When they were trying to grow their business, Nicole and Bud dropped out of expensive runway shows and hit a home run with an alternative marketing plan.

Execute Near Perfection

1:40 | Play Now | Customers doing business online expect ordering to be quick and easy.

Deploy a Customer Retention Plan

1:08 | Play Now | Direct marketing expert, Parvin Salehi, says too many businesses take customers for granted.

Pour Your Earnings Into The Future

1:52 | Play Now | Marcel Navarro told us that Navarro Pharmacy moved from a 38,000 square foot warehouse to a 97,000 square foot warehouse in 1997.This allows them to offer more competitive prices as they can stock larger quantities of their private label products.

Make Customers Not Sales

4:32 | Play Now | Owner Buddy Roybal never worried about selling and that has made him rich.

Break With Tradition

1:14 | Play Now | When they were trying to grow their business, Nicole and Bud dropped out of expensive runway shows and hit a home run with an alternative marketing plan.

Develop Multiple Sales Channels

1:34 | Play Now | Nicole Miller products are sold in her namesake shops, department stores and through special licensing agreement with other companies. More...

Reinvent Yourself

4:58 | Play Now | Richard Stanley and his partner Joe Wasserman tried to quit. They came separately to Great Barrington to relax, retire and, perhaps, fiddle around real estate and whatever caught their fancy. They met while attending a town meeting, and as entrepreneurs will do, they talked about their dreams for improving Great Barrington's historic business district.

Follow your dreams

4:34 | Play Now | From an episode of Small Business Today, we discover a high-end women's dress shop which is named after the founder, Yvonne La Fleur. Yvonne has us consider six key ideas. Each idea has a key question. Cursor over the question and click. Sometimes it opens up more answers!


Anticipate all Future Possibilities

4:25 | Play Now | Succession planning should not be left to the survivors. When founders of business die, the business often dies with them.Not so at President of Hot Dog On A Stick. Freddie Thode talks about the founder's decision to set up an Employee Stock Ownership Plan as a succession planning tool.

Wow Your Customers

4:03 | Play Now | Find ways to reduce hassle and save time for your customers.

Do What You Love

3:17 | Play Now | Joan and Bill Keller started trekking some of the world's most remote places in the early 70s. They are explorers and adventurers who have tales to tell about places most people have never heard of before they become customers of Joan and Bill's shop, Le Travel Store.   More...

Turn Insight Into A Product

2:25 | Play Now | Bill Keller says that the insight his customers and employees share contributes to Le Travel Store's unique knowledge base.

Keep Improving

3:32 | Play Now | Dr. Dimitri Kazantzis is a food scientist.

Market Your Whole Neighborhood

2:07 | Play Now | Angel & Phelps' owners' hunch paid off when they purchased a building and got involved in their city's downtown revival.

Work Long, Hard Hours for Years

3:33 | Play Now | One college course in wine tasting and Bob Orenstein was in love for life. His hobby became his business when he quit his job running the tax department at American Airlines to become an entrepreneur.

Work Smart To Earn Online Customers

2:30 | Play Now | Online customers are even more demanding than those who can look you straight in the eye.