Myles the You Betcha Guy and Sarah the Accountant tackle every topic surrounding small businesses. and explore the pros and cons of being corporate or creative. Sarah has her MBA, CMA, SPHR, CEC, and Myles has a Facebook page.
#43 The Future of Marketing Ft. Brent Beck
On today's episode we are joined by Myles's agent Brent Beck. Brent gives us an inside look into what it takes to be an agent, the stigmas behind the industry, and why social media is changing the way consumers views brands and their products.
#42 Stress Management
On today's episode the workaholics talk about why stress management is important when running a business and how it is crucial to the success of the business.
#41 Customer Experience Ft. Simple Lawn Solutions CEO Brittany Pecsenka
On today's episode we have Simple Lawn Solution's CEO, Brittany Pecsenka. We discuss with her how they got started, how hiring and firing is extremely important, holding yourself and team accountable to deadlines, customer experience, and problems that she has faced in her business.
#40 The Business of Sports and Coaching
On todays episode the workaholics talk about the business that is sports as well as what it takes to be an effective coach in sports and in your business.
#39 Why Being Creative Is Important in Business
The Raging Workaholics shed insight into how they get into a creative mindset and the work life balance that allows them to facilitate creativity and creation of new ideas for their companies.
#38 Comprehensive Communication Strategy (Sarah picked it)
On today's episode the workaholics talk about their comprehensive communication strategy for both their businesses and why it's different to both of them. Also, they talk about the chamber of commerce and why it may or may not be beneficial for you as a business owner to join your local chamber. Lastly, they talk about the difference in your communication strategy when it comes to a business to business type of company versus a business to consumer type of company.
I like their takes on the business world
I run a small chain of home centers and for anybody running a business you know it has its ups and downs. When you’re in charge you have a ton of critics but none bigger than yourself. The best part of this podcast is hearing other people with the same experiences as you. It gives a lighter take on business and by that I mean don’t always take everything so serious. Fun show for the not so serious business owner/manager to listen toz
I don’t own a business and I’m not thinking about starting one but I find this podcast very informative as an employee of a large company. It gives great insight to the working world and things to expect. Myles and Sarah are a great host duo and motivate you to be a workaholic!
Some ideas you could cover
On the latest episode y’all asked for some ideas for future episodes.
1. Taking the leap, going from corporate to owning your own business. How to overcome the main fears of starting your own business (loss of steady income, will this be successful). Helpful tips on how to succeed at starting your own business.
2. Asking your boss for a raise. How to go about it. Tips for success. What to do if the raise is not approved.
3. When do you know it’s time to leave your job? What are some warning signs that it’s time for you to leave your job.
4. Finding a job in the digital hiring age. How to make your LinkedIn and other profiles standout from other job seekers.
5. Best things about owning your own business.