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Today, there are more opportunities than ever to create a business and succeed. But with all of those opportunities also come challenges, questions, and confusion. “How do I rise above the competition? How do I manage my growth? How do I attract and retain top talent? How do I drive my business forward?” Meny Hoffman, CEO of Ptex Group and founder of the Let’s Talk Business Platform, will interview some of the world’s most successful business leaders about their no-nonsense advice to help you learn, grow, and lead. Offering fresh insights for turning ambition into action, blunders into breakthroughs, and passion into profits, these leaders will open up about the challenges they’ve had to overcome, how they’ve reached success—and their candid advice for how you can do the same.Meny lives by one simple belief – that every person should be given the opportunity to succeed in life. This burning belief inside of him from the age of fourteen has allowed him to collaborate with growing businesses and leaders all over the world to help them realize their potential. Now, as the CEO of Ptex Group, an award-winning marketing agency headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, his work centers on creating sophisticated marketing solutions for emergent brands, spanning a variety of industries to help them achieve new milestones in growth. A firm believer and fervent advocate for business education, Meny created the Let’s Talk Business email series, a business advice column with tens of thousands of subscribers. The success of the series prompted him to create a larger Let’s Talk Business platform, a one-of-a-kind business education hub for entrepreneurs and leaders. This game-changing movement continues to help entrepreneurs flourish, equipping them with the tools they need to learn, grow, and lead.Meny frequently shares his strategies for success at public-speaking engagements for regional corporations and trade associations, and is a published business author with two books ranked as Amazon best sellers. More recently, he’s fused his business development experience into the role of angel investor. By investing in promising startups and walking them through the exciting but challenging journey of growth, he is helping his fellow business people succeed, fulfilling a lifelong entrepreneurial passion.Whether you’re looking to take your business to the next level or tackle a specific business challenge, join Meny on the Let’s Talk Business podcast, where he’ll share the strategies he’s learned with audiences in various venues, from conferences and universities, to corporate meetings and summits. He will also be giving practical business insights and actionable tips and strategies that will put you on the fast-track towards serious growth. Likewise, his successful entrepreneur guests will give you the courage to make bold moves in your own business and life. Don’t miss out on all of this and more, right here on the Let’s Talk Business podcast.

Let's Talk Business Meny Hoffman

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    • 5.0 • 96 Ratings

Today, there are more opportunities than ever to create a business and succeed. But with all of those opportunities also come challenges, questions, and confusion. “How do I rise above the competition? How do I manage my growth? How do I attract and retain top talent? How do I drive my business forward?” Meny Hoffman, CEO of Ptex Group and founder of the Let’s Talk Business Platform, will interview some of the world’s most successful business leaders about their no-nonsense advice to help you learn, grow, and lead. Offering fresh insights for turning ambition into action, blunders into breakthroughs, and passion into profits, these leaders will open up about the challenges they’ve had to overcome, how they’ve reached success—and their candid advice for how you can do the same.Meny lives by one simple belief – that every person should be given the opportunity to succeed in life. This burning belief inside of him from the age of fourteen has allowed him to collaborate with growing businesses and leaders all over the world to help them realize their potential. Now, as the CEO of Ptex Group, an award-winning marketing agency headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, his work centers on creating sophisticated marketing solutions for emergent brands, spanning a variety of industries to help them achieve new milestones in growth. A firm believer and fervent advocate for business education, Meny created the Let’s Talk Business email series, a business advice column with tens of thousands of subscribers. The success of the series prompted him to create a larger Let’s Talk Business platform, a one-of-a-kind business education hub for entrepreneurs and leaders. This game-changing movement continues to help entrepreneurs flourish, equipping them with the tools they need to learn, grow, and lead.Meny frequently shares his strategies for success at public-speaking engagements for regional corporations and trade associations, and is a published business author with two books ranked as Amazon best sellers. More recently, he’s fused his business development experience into the role of angel investor. By investing in promising startups and walking them through the exciting but challenging journey of growth, he is helping his fellow business people succeed, fulfilling a lifelong entrepreneurial passion.Whether you’re looking to take your business to the next level or tackle a specific business challenge, join Meny on the Let’s Talk Business podcast, where he’ll share the strategies he’s learned with audiences in various venues, from conferences and universities, to corporate meetings and summits. He will also be giving practical business insights and actionable tips and strategies that will put you on the fast-track towards serious growth. Likewise, his successful entrepreneur guests will give you the courage to make bold moves in your own business and life. Don’t miss out on all of this and more, right here on the Let’s Talk Business podcast.

    Tackling Job Market Challenges with Automation and Strategy with Nesanel Moeller

    Tackling Job Market Challenges with Automation and Strategy with Nesanel Moeller

    Coming to you from the Ptex headquarters in Brooklyn, NY, this podcast is for no-nonsense advice to help you learn, grow, and lead. 
    Today, I’m so excited to welcome our guest, Nesanel Moeller founder of Purple Stairs
    Nesanel Moeller has extensive experience in operations and management consulting, specializing in driving business growth. At the Penguin Group, he led the establishment of a recruiting department to source top-tier talent, facilitating numerous successful placements and significantly enhancing client performance.
    In our episode today, we delve into the world of recruiting and career enhancement with special guest Nesanel Moeller. He shares insights into the challenges of job hunting, building a job marketplace platform, and the balance between attracting candidates and companies.
    Nesanel discusses the importance of systematic onboarding processes, emphasizing the need for clear roles and contributions within a team. We also talk about the current tight job market, overpaying for talent, and the impact of automation and streamlining on the recruiting industry. Moreover, Nesanel talks about his transition from social work to operations and recruiting, as well as the lessons he has learned from his experiences in building a software SaaS business. He shares advice for business decision-making, common misconceptions about automation, and his vision for the companies he works on.
    This and so much more only on the Let’s Talk Business Podcast. Let's get right to our conversation with Nesanel Moeller.

    LINKS https://www.linkedin.com purplestairs.com To watch or listen to this episode, visit: https://ptexgroup.com/podcast/
    Listen via WhatsApp: https://chat.whatsapp.com/LQcX4QJzavWEKTGAbgK3Gh
    For all other episodes or to view all other ways to subscribe, visit https://ptex.co/podcast
    PRACTICAL POINTERS:  Focus on honesty and realistic evaluation when advising individuals on their potential for increased value in the job market, promoting trust and credibility within the recruitment industry. Implement systematic onboarding processes to ensure a positive employee experience and facilitate a smooth transition for new hires, ultimately contributing to higher employee retention.
    Maintain a balance between automation and personalized interactions in recruitment processes to efficiently handle a large volume of candidates while preserving the human element in the hiring experience.
    Take a step back and carefully assess decisions before making them to minimize potential setbacks and ensure strategic, well-informed choices when building and expanding companies.
    Learn from successful business principles, such as those found in "Profit First" by Mike Mikalowitz, to optimize financial strategies and savings within a growing business venture.

    TIMESTAMPS : 
    00:00 Podcast episode featuring Nassan Muller on recruiting.
    03:49 Transition from consulting to recruiting in Penguin.
    07:23 Automation reducing value, budget cuts affect job market.
    10:08 Recruiting challenges due to lack of clarity.
    13:00 Purple Stairs: solving recruiting pain points online.
    17:34 Questions about platform benefits for non-traditional recruiting.
    21:32 Seeking job satisfaction and fair compensation concerns.
    25:18 Economic challenges make job market tough.
    27:47 Create profile, attract candidates, benefit companies' needs.
    30:41 Software project involved investors, planning, design, development.
    33:42 Developing systems for new employee onboarding challenges.
    36:53 Communication before starting job is important.
    40:15 Nisana Muller's advice for job market success.
    GUEST BIO :
    Nesanel Moeller has extensive experience in operations and management consulting, specializing in driving business growth. At the Penguin Group, he led the establishment of a recruiting department to source top-tier talent, facilitating numerous successful placements and significantly enhancing client performance.
    Recognizing shifts

    • 41 min
    Why Automation is Essential for Business Success with Nathan Weill

    Why Automation is Essential for Business Success with Nathan Weill

    Coming to you from the Ptex headquarters in Brooklyn, NY, this podcast is for no-nonsense advice to help you learn, grow, and lead. 
    Today, I’m excited to be chatting with former Chief Automation Officer of the Ptex Group and good friend Nathan Weill
    Nathan Weill, a self-identified tech geek, He founded Flow Digital in 2018, providing headache-free automation support so business owners could stop struggling with SaaS tools and repetitive tasks and direct their full energy toward growth.
    In our interview, I discuss the importance of automation in business processes by identifying repetitive tasks and setting clear objectives.
    Then Nathan highlight examples of automation for lead generation, internal processes, and follow-up procedures.
    I also discuss the common misconceptions about automation  - such as automation equals job loss, too expensive for small businesses
    Then we discuss using automation to save time and energy, improve efficiency, and enhance client communication
    This and so much more only on the let’s talk business podcast…  let’s get right to our conversation with Nathan Weill
    LINKS
    https://flow.digital https://www.linkedin.com/in/nweill/
    https://x.com/NathanWeill
    To watch or listen to this episode, visit: https://ptexgroup.com/podcast/
    Listen via WhatsApp: https://chat.whatsapp.com/LQcX4QJzavWEKTGAbgK3Gh
    For all other episodes or to view all other ways to subscribe, visit https://ptex.co/podcast
    PRACTICAL POINTERS: Identify Repetitive Tasks: Start by listing out all repetitive tasks in your business processes. These are prime candidates for automation and can significantly reduce manual workload.
    Set Clear Objectives: Define what you aim to achieve with automation, such as reducing errors, saving time, or improving customer satisfaction. Clear goals will guide your automation strategy.
    Lead Generation: Use tools like chatbots on your website to engage visitors and capture leads automatically. Platforms like HubSpot can automate email campaigns to nurture leads.
    Choose the Right Tools: Research and select automation tools that align with your business needs. Consider factors like ease of use, integration capabilities, and customer support.
    Freemium Models: Take advantage of freemium versions of automation tools to get started without a significant upfront investment. Tools like Mailchimp offer free plans for small businesses.
     
    TIMESTAMPS : 
    04:01 Appreciation for team involvement and automation benefits.
    07:04 Custom software takes time, but off-the-shelf works.
    10:57 Efficient lead management crucial for sales productivity.
    15:54 Automate lead tracking, notification, and response oversight.
    18:18 Scheduling made simple with shared booking links.
    23:26 Automate functions, enhance employee experience, streamline onboarding.
    24:33 Automate systems for cost-effective and efficient onboarding.
    28:30 Streamlining reporting processes for executives using automation.
    33:37 AI drives automation with increased operational relevance.
    36:39 Human interaction is important but automation essential.
    37:38 Seek Zapier blog for full case study.
    43:28 Started without standard procedures, had to catch up.
    45:21 Use chatbots and automation tools for lead generation.
     
    GUEST BIO :

    Most businesses lose massive amounts of time and money to routine business tasks and technology struggles. While directing operations at Ptex Group, a New York-based marketing agency, Nathan Weill, a self-identified tech geek, set out to eliminate his own company’s losses by sharpening his SaaS expertise. After winning massive savings and growth for his employer, Nathan made it his mission to bring the same freedom to other businesses. He founded Flow Digital in 2018, providing headache-free automation support so business owners could stop struggling with SaaS tools and direct their full energy toward growth.
    Ranked as the #1 certified expert worldwide on Zapier's marketplace

    • 46 min
    The Purple Cow, How to Be Remarkable with Seth Godin

    The Purple Cow, How to Be Remarkable with Seth Godin

    This is episode rerun with Seth Godin from Episode 157
    In a world that changes at blinding speed, the difference between success and failure is often a question of learning to adapt in a way that will serve your customers. What are some of the most important differences between marketing in the past and marketing in 2023, and how can you utilize these changes to grow your business? 
    Join Meny Hoffman as he asks entrepreneur, best-selling author, world-famous blogger, and marketing guru Seth Godin about why advertising doesn’t work anymore, Seth’s fascinating innovations, the difference between permission marketing and interruption marketing, how to limit your audience in order to grow your business, why being first is overrated, the reason that you should lead your company like a surfer rather than a golfer, ways to integrate AI into your operations, and much more. 
    Seth Godin is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, and speaker. In addition to launching one of the most popular blogs in the world, he has written 21 best-selling books, including The Dip, Linchpin, Purple Cow, Tribes, and What To Do When It's Your Turn (And It's Always Your Turn). His book, This is Marketing, was an instant bestseller in countries around the world. In 2013, Seth was one of just three professionals inducted into the Direct Marketing Hall of Fame, and he was also inducted into the Marketing Hall of Fame as well in 2018. (He might be the only person in both.)
    Practical Pointers: Embrace the Purple Cow Concept: Seth Godin's idea of the purple cow emphasizes creating products or services that are truly remarkable and stand out in the marketplace. Focus on innovation and uniqueness to capture attention and drive word-of-mouth marketing.
    Craft Remarkable Experiences: Invest in creating memorable and exceptional customer experiences. This can differentiate your brand and foster loyalty, encouraging repeat business and positive referrals.
    Leverage Permission-Based Marketing: Build a marketing strategy that prioritizes obtaining permission to communicate with your audience. This approach respects customer privacy and increases the likelihood of engagement and conversion.
    Cut Through the Marketing Clutter: In a saturated market, it's crucial to develop clear, compelling messages that resonate with your target audience. Use storytelling and emotional connections to make your marketing efforts stand out.
    Target Specific Audiences with Unique Offerings: Focus on creating products or services tailored to the needs and desires of a specific audience. This targeted approach can lead to higher customer satisfaction and stronger brand loyalty.
     
    Timestamps:
    - Purple Cow by Seth Godin: 00:01:03
    - Seth Godin's books: 00:02:21
    - Permission Marketing by Seth Godin: 00:08:15
    - Phone automation for restaurants in New York City: 00:17:58
    - The Long Tail concept: 00:19:06
    - The Song of Significance book: 00:20:19
    - The Carbon Almanac: 00:26:23
    - AI and its impact on businesses: 00:29:45
    - The blog of the speaker: 00:34:25
    - The Song of Significance: 00:20:19
    - The Zen Master story: 00:32:00
    - The new Mission Impossible movie: 00:31:45
    - AI, electricity, and their impact on the world: 00:30:52
    - The Art of Possibility by Ben Zander and Roz Zander: 00:36:23
     
    Key Quotes:
     
    “Marketing is telling a true story that resonates with your smallest viable audience that they want to hear, that causes them to take action and to tell their friends.” - Seth Godin
    “Sales is what happens when we add unscalable human emotion to the marketing equation.” - Seth Godin
    “Leadership is voluntary. Leadership is about lighting a path forward and seeing who will follow you.” - Seth Godin
     
    Connect with Ptex Group: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn
     
    LEAVE A REVIEW + and SHARE this episode with someone who wants to achieve in business. Listen to previous episodes on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get you

    • 41 min
    Unveiling the Secrets of E-Commerce Finance with Pinchas Engel

    Unveiling the Secrets of E-Commerce Finance with Pinchas Engel

    Welcome to another exciting episode of "Let's Talk Business"!
    In today's conversation, our host, Meny Hoffman, sits down with Pinchas Engel, founder of Pinit Bookkeeping, to delve deep into the world of e-commerce and financial management. 
    Pinchas shares invaluable insights on how to stand out in the competitive e-commerce landscape, the pivotal roles of bookkeepers, controllers, and CFOs, and the importance of delegating tasks to elevate your business.
    From understanding key financial metrics and their impact on profitability to navigating the challenges posed by COVID-19, Pinchas brings a wealth of knowledge to help business owners align their vision, financial strategies, and marketing efforts. Whether you're an early-stage entrepreneur or a seasoned business owner, this episode is packed with practical tips on improving your financial literacy, creating a structured business model, and hiring the right financial support to ensure success.
    Tune in to learn why understanding your finances is crucial and how you can leverage expert advice to make better decisions and grow your business profitably. Let's talk business with Pinchas Engel!
    BIO :

    Pinchas Engel founded Pinit Bookkeeping, a firm dedicated to helping established e-commerce sellers. Pinchas's main mission is to give his clients clear insights into their finances, turning complex data into simple, actionable strategies. With a knack for making numbers make sense, he’s helped many clients boost their profits, making Pinit a trusted place for sellers looking for financial support.
    LINKS : 
    pinitbookkeeping.com
    To watch or listen to this episode, visit:
    https://ptexgroup.com/podcast/
    Listen via WhatsApp:
    https://chat.whatsapp.com/LQcX4QJzavWEKTGAbgK3Gh
    For all other episodes or to view all other ways to subscribe, visit https://ptex.co/podcast.  
    TIMESTAMPS : 
    06:20 Business owners must know key financial metrics.
    08:08 Key business metrics: return on investment, profitability.
    13:10 High product profit gives room for contingencies.
    17:12 New companies need strategy to succeed.
    19:31 CFO focuses on future; bookkeeper, controller on past.
    21:46 Marketing spends should align with company objectives.
    26:33 Outsourcing services for business growth and efficiency.
    29:54 Start with pricing, then justify cost.
    32:55 Prefers business conversation over transaction categorization stress.
    35:46 Create a clear business roadmap for success.
    39:34 "Assess skills, seek support, and plan growth."
    PRACTICAL POINTERS: Identify tasks you are not proficient at or do not enjoy and delegate them to your team. Make a list of tasks to delegate and assign them to team members or outsource as necessary.
    Implement systems to track and manage inventory and sales data, especially important for e-commerce. Invest in analytics tools and review inventory data weekly to avoid over or under-stocking.
    For early-stage businesses, consider outsourcing bookkeeping and hiring a fractional CFO to manage finances cost-effectively. Research and engage a bookkeeping service and fractional CFO to ensure professional financial oversight.
    If you're a business owner, objectively assess your financial skills and seek support where needed. Take a financial literacy course or workshop, and consider consulting a CFO to get a professional audit of your financial strategy.
    Develop a structured business model and a hiring roadmap that evolves as your company grows. Draft a business model that includes your long-term goals and a phased hiring plan based on projected growth milestones.
     

    • 39 min
    From Struggling Salesperson to Top Producer with Eric Lofholm

    From Struggling Salesperson to Top Producer with Eric Lofholm

    Coming to you from the Ptex headquarters in Brooklyn, NY, this podcast is for no-nonsense advice to help you learn, grow, and lead. 
    Today, I’m excited to welcome back my good friend and past speaker of the Let’s Talk Business Conference, Eric Lofholm
    Eric Lofholm is a Master Sales Trainer who has taught his proven sales systems to thousands of professionals around the world. He is President and CEO of Eric Lofholm International, Inc., an organization he founded to professionally train people on the art and science of selling. Eric has been teaching people how to make more sales since 1999.
    In today’s insightful discussion, our host Meny Hoffman sits down with master sales trainer Eric Lofholm to delve into the intricacies of achieving sales success. Eric shares his expertise on the pivotal "inner game" of sales, emphasizing the importance of mindset and beliefs in driving performance. From viewing selling as a service to overcoming the fear of rejection, Eric offers practical tips and strategies to elevate your sales game.
    Tune in as we explore the transformational sales triangle, uncovering the critical roles of mindset, technique, and consistent action. Eric also shares his personal journey from struggling salesperson to top producer, highlighting how proper training and a positive outlook can revolutionize your career. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, salesperson, or sales manager, this episode is packed with valuable insights on goal setting, planning, and the art of closing deals.
    Join us and learn how to master the inner and outer game of sales, leverage content creation and technology, and most importantly, fall in love with the sales process itself. Get ready for a transformative conversation that will reshape your understanding of sales and set you on the path to success!
    This and so much more only on the Let’s Talk Business Podcast…  Let’s get right to our conversation with Eric Lofholm
    Links :
    wwww.saleschampion.com
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericlofholm
    https://www.facebook.com/ericlofholm
    https://www.youtube.com/saleschampion1
    https://www.facebook.com/EricLofholmInternational
    TIMESTAMPS : 
    05:34 Explore strengths and passion for successful sales.
    06:32 Being in sales is universal, skills essential.
    11:13 Negative beliefs create roadblocks, especially in sales.
    14:51 Prepare presentation with clear desired outcome defined.
    18:43 Adapt communication and processes to each client.
    21:52 Self-acknowledgment boosts sales success and confidence.
    25:09 Transition from salesperson to manager requires different skills.
    26:55 Consider compensation, leads, and text marketing efficiency.
    30:35 Free goal-setting classes offered twice yearly online.
    33:50 Key sales tips: positive mindset, action-based goals.
    PRACTICAL POINTERS: Eric Lofholm emphasizes the crucial role of maintaining a positive mindset in sales. He suggests the importance of being mindful of your thoughts, advising you to catch and replace negative thoughts with optimistic ones. 
    Focusing on actions rather than outcomes is another key lesson. Lofholm encourages setting action-based goals, such as making a certain number of prospect calls daily, instead of fixating on sales numbers..
    Regular and structured planning is vital for sustained success. Eric highlights the importance of conducting mid-year and annual reviews to set and adjust your goals. By using the SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound) framework, you can make your goals clearer and more actionable.
    Understanding and being flexible in the sales process is essential. Mapping out the stages of your sales process and reviewing them periodically ensures that you stay in control. 
    Effective sales management involves understanding and facilitating your sales team. Knowing what motivates each salesperson and understanding their specific challenges allows you to customize your management approach. 

    • 35 min
    How Laughing at These Money Mistakes Made Me Rich with Naftali Horowitz

    How Laughing at These Money Mistakes Made Me Rich with Naftali Horowitz

    Welcome back to another insightful episode of "Let's Talk Business." 
    Today, our host Meny Hoffman dive deep into the intricacies of happiness, satisfaction, and fulfillment. Naftali shares his perspective on why fleeting happiness should take a backseat to the enduring pursuit of meaning and satisfaction. Drawing from his experience as a managing director and financial advisor at JPMorgan and his best-selling book "You Revealed," Naftali emphasizes the importance of living authentically, harnessing unique skills, and practicing gratitude.

    In this episode, we'll explore essential financial wisdom, such as the importance of budgeting, responsible spending, and understanding investments to avoid risky ventures. We'll also hear Naftali's thoughts on economic cycles, adjusting standards of living, and prioritizing savings for the future. As Naftali and Meny tackle the challenges of modern financial pressures, they provide actionable advice for those living paycheck to paycheck.

    We'll also illuminate personal development themes, like recognizing one's potential, focusing on self-improvement, and steering clear of futile comparisons. With discussions on self-esteem, the success of "You Revealed," and Naftali's plans for further contributions to self-development, this episode promises to inspire and empower you on your journey toward a fulfilling and responsible life. Tune in now to gain valuable insights into making meaningful changes in your financial and personal life.
    Links : 
    Buy his book : https://www.artscroll.com/Books/9781422627464.html
     
    Episode Timestamps :
    05:29 Think twice before spending to avoid regret.
    07:19 Choose long-term enjoyment through disciplined financial decisions.
    09:44 Save, budget, and plan for financial security.
    13:03 Importance of budgeting for understanding expenses and value.
    18:07 Stocks yield 6-10% above risk-free treasury.
    19:09 Questioning 14% return as less risky than stocks.
    25:16 Comparing people is ridiculous; spurs personal growth.
    26:48 Focus on your own potential, not others.
    31:03 Professional perspective on personal development and growth.
    33:18 Do you communicate, keep promises, seek shortcuts?
    38:09 Gratitude is vital for happiness and fulfillment.
    40:32 Be grateful for what you have, always.
    44:19 Book changes lives, inspires self-development and learning.
    46:20 The impactful Torah book is challenging yet popular.
    50:01 Closing remarks encouraging sharing and subscribing.
    Practical Pointers Understanding and navigating economic fluctuations are crucial for maintaining financial health. By being aware of these cycles, individuals can make informed decisions about saving, investing, and spending, which can lead to more stable and secure financial outcomes.
    Early financial planning is key to long-term stability. Initiating savings, investments, and retirement plans at the start of one's career can compound over time, providing a robust financial buffer and enabling greater financial freedom in the future.
    Achieving financial balance is essential for a satisfying life. It's important to enjoy the present while also ensuring future financial security. This involves making conscious choices about spending and saving, allowing for both immediate enjoyment and long-term financial goals.
    Breaking free from the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle requires deliberate financial action. By setting goals, reducing unnecessary expenses, and increasing income through various means, individuals can create a more sustainable financial situation that allows for savings and investment.
    Budgeting is a powerful tool for uncovering financial vulnerabilities and creating opportunities for advancement. By regularly reviewing and adjusting a budget, individuals can identify areas where they can cut back on expenses and redirect funds towards career development or other investments that can lead to increased income.
     
    Happiness, satisfaction, fulfillment, purpose, uniq

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

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96 Ratings

96 Ratings

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A must-listen for anyone serious about taking their business to the next level

I’ve been thoroughly enjoying the Let’s Talk Business podcast. Each episode is packed with actionable insights and practical advice from top business minds. The wide range of topics, from e-commerce finance to leadership principles, ensures there’s something valuable for every business professional. Meny’s warm and engaging interview style brings out the best in his guests, making complex subjects accessible and interesting. Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or just starting out, this podcast is a must-listen for anyone serious about taking their business to the next level.

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So valuable to listen to!

I appreciate the thorough planning and setup that obviously go into each episode. I appreciated the interviews with tech leaders, business consultants, and finance professionals - and Meny’s insights. The rapid fire questions at the end are always a treat.

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