A regular audio podcast that features some of the country's most innovative business owners and experts - men and women who are putting into practice the profitable lessons that can be gleaned by reading Roy H. William's Monday Morning Memo
This Thin Book on Leadership Will Surprise You With Its Powerful Insights
By making surprisingly few and modest changes, as Jill Ratliff outlines in her new book — Leadership Through Trust and Collaboration — owners and managers can become results-driven leaders who not only inspire their colleagues but also get much greater satisfaction from their work.
“Let’s just end the debate; leaders are not born, they’re made,” Jill tells host and award-winning journalist Dean Rotbart.
Becoming A Successful Entrepreneur: The Missing Manual
Jonathan Littman's and Susana Camp's recently released book, The Entrepreneur’s Faces, relies on real-life profiles of small business founders to help owners find their individual innovation style and edge.
The good news, Littman and Camp tell host and award-winning journalist Dean Rotbart, is that people from all backgrounds and walks of life can master the challenges of entrepreneurship.
A Business Book “Allegory” That Happens to Be a True Tale of Small-Town Baseball
Bill Rogan, the 2019 rookie manager of the Tucson Saguaros, joins host Dean Rotbart this week to share the thrills of victory and the agonies of defeat managing a team far from the big city.
For owners and entrepreneurs, there are lessons about about competing, recruiting, and marketing that apply to any business seeking to succeed with not-ready-for-prime-time players.
When Your Job, Unexpectedly, Becomes Founder, CEO, and Caregiver
Dave Nassaney turned his family’s misfortune into a business, CaregiverDave.com, that instructs other caregivers — especially entrepreneurs — how to handle unexpected caregiving duties.
Dave is the author of “It’s My Life Too: Thrive and Stay Alive as a Caregiver.”
Dave’s insights are especially valuable as we continue to struggle with COVID-19, which has spawned more first-time caregivers over the past six months than in any era since the scourge of polio.
Despite Their Rapidly Growing Ranks, Women Entrepreneurs Face Unique Hurdles
Women entrepreneurs are starting and running businesses in record numbers. Today, the number of women-owned firms in the United States is more than double what it was in 2000.
Yet, as Madeline Pratt knows from first-hand experience, women in business face unique obstacles on the path to success. So Madeline, founder of the “female-forward” consultancy, Fearless in Training, specializes in helping other women level the playing field when it comes to technology, accounting, and business in general.
Start This Week, and You Can Have Your First (or Next) Book Out By Christmas
Sandi Masori is a small business alchemist, turning doctors, real estate agents, insurance salespeople, financial planners, and all variety of entrepreneurs into authors.
Sandi, owner of ExpertBook4U.com, has leveraged her experience writing books about decorating with balloons into a lucrative business and a platform for coaching others on how to follow in her footsteps.
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A must for all small business owners
This is a must listen podcast for small business owners. Dean Rotbart, a former WSJ journalist, knows how to pull valuable nuggets from each guest. I have learned a lot from this show. I was also lucky enough to be interviewed by Dean and it was the most thoughtful interview I have ever had.
Pres & CEO
Dean is a gifted interviewer getting the best nuggets from his guests that will make a difference in how you think and act. Always insightful and fascinating!
Dean Rotbart brings unique insight and valuable, practical lessons to entrepreneurs, small business owners and executives at all levels on Monday Morning Radio. I encourage any current or aspiring business leader to access a few podcasts and see for yourself. You will be glad you did.