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For business owners and entrepreneurs looking for insights, perspectives, tips, and more to grow their business and stay balanced between work and family. Hosted by Scott R Weaver, he brings real business experience, formal education, and family life to help business owners with fast growing companies or who are hitting a wall.

Arise 2 Live Podcast Scott R Weaver

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

For business owners and entrepreneurs looking for insights, perspectives, tips, and more to grow their business and stay balanced between work and family. Hosted by Scott R Weaver, he brings real business experience, formal education, and family life to help business owners with fast growing companies or who are hitting a wall.

    #172 What is a Business Vision

    #172 What is a Business Vision

    Creating a vision for your company can be scary or feel like fluff. But if big corporations create a business vision to remain competitive, maybe us business owners should too.  Scott shares from his up-coming book to clarify what a business vision is so you can improve your future and company profitability. This is the episode if you ever want to know what a real and useful business vision does for you.
     
    Show notes at Arise2Live/podcast
    #arise2live, #vision #smallbusinessowner

    • 9 min
    #171 Get the Jump on Business Risks with d. Scott Smith

    #171 Get the Jump on Business Risks with d. Scott Smith

    Unexpected events can be very disruptive on a business. Ever wonder why some business owners play the blame games, others freeze up, and a few seem to succeed under pressure. How they handle it better than others?
    D. Scott Smith shares a way that you can not only handle the unexpected, but succeed from it. In this interview, Mr. Smith shares insights and information from his up-coming book “Freeze Inaction in the Face of a Business Crisis - How to React When The Unexpected Happens.”
    We talk about how some business owners made adjustments and others didn't. D. Scott Smith shares the Value Wheel from the book, a practical tool identify opportunites and risks in your business.
    You heard it first on the Arise2Live podcast!
    Author's  website:  d. Scott Smith website
    Link to d. Scott Smith Linkedin Profile
    Book Information:  http://stopinaction.com
     
    Podcast Home: https://Arise2Live.com/podcast
    #Arise2Live #businessowner #strategy

    • 30 min
    #170 Inspiration for Business Owners from Bartlett Arkell

    #170 Inspiration for Business Owners from Bartlett Arkell

    What can we do when serious tech issues prevent the normal release of Arise2Live podcast?
    Let’s gain insights from Bartlett Arkell’s book ‘Grocery Clerks Who Have Become Successful’ writing in 1925. Scott found this old book in grandma's box stored away for decades. It is surprising relevant today. Sure the names have changed, but time-based principles come through in inspirational ways.
    The biggest take away? It’s okay to start with humble beginnings.
    Bartlett Arkell was president of the Beech-Nut Packing Company for like 50 years and leave of legacy of company that’s still around plus community library and museum and more. He wrote this book to inspire the next generation of business owner who started as fast-food workers, er, grocery clerks.
    Show notes at https://Arise2Live.com/podcast
    #Arise2Live #businessowner #leadership

    • 12 min
    #169 The DaKat Method can Keep You Smart

    #169 The DaKat Method can Keep You Smart

    How do we stay smart when things are coming at us fast and hard? You know, those business situations that makes your hair stand on end. The daKAT method can keep you smart in scary business situations and go from fear to trust.
    The daKAT method that can keep you level headed and is an acronym for:
    Don’t make fear based decisions. Ask Questions to get clarity of what’s going on. Know the facts and lever points of the situation. Action now. Trust things will turn out for the better. Show Notes here
    #Arise2Live #leadershipskills #constructionbusiness

    • 18 min
    #168 Why You Need a CFO

    #168 Why You Need a CFO

    The business owner not knowing their financial numbers is a leading cause of failure and at a certain point in a business life stage, a Chief Financial Offer (CFO) expertise is needed to watch over and sync-up the business cash-flow and profits with company operations.
    Today’s episode covers a broad picture of the CFO role and why it is so important. Included is the dangers of not having a CFO, roles of a bookkeeper and tax CPA, the three types of CFO’s, and a starting-line to get you ready to hire an CFO.
    A Big Red Flag that a CFO is needed: The company operations is making money, but bank account is shrinking.
    Show notes at Arise2Live.com/podcasts
     Link: Schedule a Call with Scott Weaver

    • 19 min
    #167 Solid Foundations: Your Capacity leads to Revenue

    #167 Solid Foundations: Your Capacity leads to Revenue

    Knowing your company’s capacity is a key part of dealing with the business environment and make smart decisions. This episode is part two of the Solid Business Foundations series and shares the four major types of capacity found in companies that impact profits. Included is why capacity is not a limitation, that business capacity is the same as revenue capacity, and examples how to estimate and use capacity calculations in planning.
     
    Show notes at http://arise2live.com/podcasts
    Related:
    Solid Foundations: Right-Size Your Company
    Improve Your Company with Lean Business System
     
    #Arise2Live  #businessowner #CNCshop #leadership

    • 19 min

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6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Rested in Oregon ,

Real life & work issues. No fluff!

I really enjoy listening to Scott and his guests. He’s not one of those ‘I have it all together so be like me’ people. He is real and very plainly breaks down issues and provides simple ideas and solutions. Thanks for the work you do Scott!

Webdeviner ,

Real-Life Stories

This is one of my favorite podcasts. As a new business owner, I feel as if Scott is speaking directly to me. Not only are his topics revelent, but he helps me think of things I should be thinking about. The episodes are filled with wonderful real-life stories from people who have lived the experience.

Tanis Justice ,

Common sense meets results

This podcast is a must for people who are looking to start a business, be successful and balance it with family life. Scott’s insights are on point and he’ll point you towards a successful life.

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