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Define Your Business Model

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John Hawkins bought a failed business and changed its model.  More...  And more... About John...

Commit to Quality

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Hattie takes us inside Texas Nameplate, twice winners of the Baldrige Award, then on to meet Mike Neary of Oregon Log Home; they won industry awards for quality and imagination.
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Be the Place to Work

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Tom Gegax built a business from nothing to hundreds of millions in sales. He says that no one wants a boss but everyone wants a coach and that the key to coaching is clear communication.

Respect Technology

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Ironbound has always used technology to run its business and now it puts technology to work to track inventory, generate sales and determine profitability.

Think Big

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Michael McGilvray took his wife's company from $2 million to $63 million by applying big business computing knowledge to her already successful business.     More...

Go Paperless

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David Arnold's King company had to go paperless or lose its big customers.  He held on to customers and profits shot up.     More...   On David...

Outsource Technology

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Tim Erwin's company works for AZ Technology to broadcast space experiments into classrooms.

Face The Facts Often

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Hattie introduces Jim Schell and the first of the seven key ideas within this episode.  How do you answer the question, "How's business?"    More...

Learn how to analyze your financial statements

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Financial Statement University.  Here Nani Waddoups, who owns R. Wagner Arts in Portland, Oregon,  admits that her gross margin is too low.  More...

Study Your Trends; Track your Numbers

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Chris Schatte and his wife Joni own Texoma Lawn and Garden and use financial management software to watch their trends.