Real business owners, telling real stories about their real business experiences.
Finding Your Speciality In Business
Diane is a seasoned accountant with over 26 years of experience in accounting. Diane's success comes from her ability to find her niche in accounting and then flourishing within it. In this episode we learn about her journey to starting her firm, the power of finding your niche in business and highs and lows of entrepreneurship.
Serving Your Community
During the season of giving, we took a moment to speak with Greg Milligan from Habitat for Humanity in Kenosha County. Greg has served as affiliate for the 10 years in Kenosha, County. On this episode we discuss how he got started, what the process looks like for applicants and more.
The Transition to Running Your Own Business
Dave Hinz worked 17 years as a automotive tech before making the leap into running and managing his own business. After 20 years running his own business, Dave shares his transition into his own business, how he focuses on working for his employees through service based leadership, and supporting his local community.
Running a Business Without a Formal Education
Erik Vega is unique among our clients. As the owner of R.E. Burke Roofing and Sheet Metal, he routinely works with union employees for commercial roofing projects. We talked about the specifics of his business, what it’s like to step into running a business, and how he learned to succeed. Also, this ep contains perhaps the greatest reference to a PNL of all time. You won’t want to miss it.
How to Implement Profit First Strategies into Your Business
Ron Saharyan is a co-founder of Profit First Professionals. Based on the book by Mike Michalowicz, Profit First is a methodology for running a profitable business. We picked Ron’s mind on what that means in practice, how to pay yourself first, and where to start so you can have a Profit First business plan.
Finding The Right People In Business
There’s always a fine balance between modernizing and keeping what people love when you own a family business.
On this episode have on Mike Hagi to talk about the importance of surrounding yourself with the right people, where to find them, and how to recruit them. Learn more about why your hiring processes are so important.