Q&A Friday Episode 3 -- In the third edition of Q and A Friday, I examine your questions and provide you with my insight. Also, we will now be selecting one person from the submitted questions to receive a free one-on-one coaching session with me. Submit your questions via email to email@example.com.
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Demanding Respect -- As a founder and CEO at the ripe old age of 25 when I launched my first business, I frequently felt that I wasn't respected or was viewed as just some kid with a little gimmick business. I had to learn how to earn my stripes by going above and beyond, staying steadfast in my belief that what I was bringing to my industry was going to revolutionize an industry.
The Art of Delegation -- Many business owners struggle with effectively delegating tasks. In this episode, we discuss how to structure the roles within your company for an employee to come in and thrive as well as how to then manage that relationship for future successes.
Ty Frix and Andrew Johnson, Former University of Georgia Athletes and Founders of Ichor Sports, join Entrepreneur Hour to discuss the ways in which training the human body has evolved with the latest technological capabilities.
Q&A Friday Episode 2 -- In the second episode of Q and A Friday, I was again impressed by the thought-provoking questions all of you asked. Make sure to keep them coming by submitting them to me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Win the Day -- Being an entrepreneur, I have found that it can be a challenge to get through the day-to-day when you have big ambitions and aspirations that may provide long-term returns on your investment.
Brandon Clayton, the COO-in-training for Lift It: Moving and Storage, joins Entrepreneur Hour to discuss his experience in working for a startup and what employers and employees can expect.
Investing In Yourself -- I spend a great deal of money every month on investing in myself. Whether it's the hundreds of dollars I spend on supplements or eating clean with non-GMO, Organic food and juicing, I have come to realize that I am the most valuable asset to my companies and need to be treating myself as such.
Q&A Friday Episode 1 -- In this inaugural Q and A Episode, I cover a wide array of your questions. I was completely blown away by the thought that went into these questions and encourage all of you to keep sending them to email@example.com for future Q&A Friday episodes.
Creating New Opportunities -- This one comes a little bit more naturally to me than some of the other topics I have discussed. Often times, I have gotten myself in trouble by creating more opportunities than my team can process or handle at that specific point in time.
Steve Sherman, Founder of Sherman Business Law, joins Entrepreneur Hour to discuss legal advice for your startup or small business and some of the common mistakes he sees people making as well as how to avoid them.
Overcoming Adversity -- This one was a tough one for me in the first few years of my first business. I have now developed a strategic plan to allow myself to be human and go through that natural progression of worry and panic but then collect my thoughts, develop a plan, discuss it with my team and implement a strategy so that we can learn, move forward and get back to enjoying our business.
Never Give Up -- Far too often, we mistake our challenges as signs we should move on to something else or that our businesses are flawed. However, my experience has led me to believe these challenges and/or struggles are merely opportunities for us to learn, grow and become the best entrepreneurs we can be.
Mary Frances Bowley is a successful author and the Executive Director of Wellspring Living, an organization fighting childhood sexual abuse and exploitation since 2001. She has been a leader in bringing the fight against child sex-trafficking to Atlanta and is a founding member of the Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force. Bowley was appointed to the Governor’s Commission on Domestic Violence in 2010-2012.
It was 1996 and I was 8 (a few days short of 9) years old. A third grader with a love for sports and it just so happened to be Opening Day for Major League Baseball. Umpire John McSherry was behind the plate and fans eagerly awaited the start of a new season. A mere minutes into the game, McSherry called time, turned to the umpire's dugout, took a few steps and collapsed in a heap on the field....