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Barry Moltz gets small businesses unstuck. He has founded and run small businesses with a great deal of success and failure for more than 25 years. Barry knows the formula for taking your company to the next level!

This is a business radio show where we talk about all the craziness of small business. It’s that craziness that actually makes it exciting, interesting and totally unpredictable.

The Small Business Radio Show Barry Moltz

    • Business
    • 4.8 • 30 Ratings

Barry Moltz gets small businesses unstuck. He has founded and run small businesses with a great deal of success and failure for more than 25 years. Barry knows the formula for taking your company to the next level!

This is a business radio show where we talk about all the craziness of small business. It’s that craziness that actually makes it exciting, interesting and totally unpredictable.

    #641 Exit Your Small Business Rich

    #641 Exit Your Small Business Rich

    SEGMENT 1 with Sharon Lechter, starting at 0:00: Too many entrepreneurs push off planning for the sale of their business until the last moment. What can you be doing now as a small business owner to prepare for exiting your small business rich?

    SEGMENT 2 with Bill Sanders, starting at 18:33: There are many ways to negotiate. You can use hardball tactics or use principled negotiation techniques like in the book Getting to Yes. But my next guest says there is a third way that works best in business and it’s called Creative Conflict. What’s the process for this method of negotiating?

    SEGMENT 3 with James Chapman, starting at 36:45: What is the future of networking if it is no longer in person and so many people work for themselves or as freelancers?

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    • 53 min
    #640 How to Get Your Small Business Ready for the Next Digital Transformation

    #640 How to Get Your Small Business Ready for the Next Digital Transformation

    SEGMENT 1 with Stacy Marx, starting at 0:00: The pandemic forced small business owners to speed up their own digital transformation. What are the top trends that you need to take advantage of and what mistakes do you need to avoid?

    SEGMENT 2 with Ali Tamaseb, starting at 20:15: What makes a successful startup? Ali Tamaseb has the largest dataset ever collected and analyzed on startups that helps us understand what separated those that became billion-dollar mega empires with those that did not.

    SEGMENT 3 with Steven Rosenthal, starting at 38:15: The Merger and Acquisition (M&A) business is skyrocketing. Learn why now is the right time to sell your business because of coming tax changes, and why it's a good time for buyers as well.

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    • 53 min
    #639 How a Tweet from Oprah Created $1M in Orders

    #639 How a Tweet from Oprah Created $1M in Orders

    SEGMENT 1 with Michele Wucker, starting at 0:00: As small business owners, we take risks every day… but did you know that you have your own unique risk fingerprint? What does this say about you and the type of risks you will take and those you won’t? Learn what you can do to improve your relationship with risk and the culture around risk inside your company.

    SEGMENT 2 with David Bradford and Carole Robin, starting at 19:00: The pandemic of 2020 put a strain on a lot of personal and business relationships as we were shut inside and all of use made personal decisions to keep ourselves safe. What is the best way to reboot those relationships now that the pandemic may be coming to an end?

    SEGMENT 3 with Gloria L. Williams, starting at 37:45: Can you build a company based on a tweet from Oprah Winfrey? Well yes you can because this next guest did just that!

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    • 53 min
    #638 How to Negotiate to Win in Business

    #638 How to Negotiate to Win in Business

    SEGMENT 1 with Eric Dahan, starting at 0:00: Influencer marketing used to be very simple- you paid a spokesperson to represent your brand. Now, there are thousands of micro-influencers that brands use to promote their products on social media. How can small businesses make influencers work for their brand?

    SEGMENT 2 with Emily Golden, starting at 17:00: How can you motivate and retain your employees after a very long year out of the office? What do your employees need from you as a leader beyond assignments and promotions? We share what leaders should be doing right now to connect with their team members to help ensure they stick around.

    SEGMENT 3 with Rich Michi, starting at 35:15: I am always surprised how many people have fear of negotiating anything in business, whether it’s compensation, a sale, or terms with a vendor. What are the keys for you to become a better negotiator so you can negotiate to win in business?

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    • 53 min
    #637 How to Build Repeatable Revenue for Your Business

    #637 How to Build Repeatable Revenue for Your Business

    SEGMENT 1 with Troy Henikoff, starting at 0:00: What if you could create predictability across every aspect of your business – including your growth? Troy Henikoff says building repeatable revenue and creating predictable growth is all about knowing the levers in your business. He’s here to explain how.

    SEGMENT 2 with Jeffrey Korzenik, starting at 19:30: As unemployment goes down, it is once again hard to find people to fill entry level positions. Where can small business owners turn to find talent?

    SEGMENT 3 with Jessica Moser, starting at 36:00: It should come as no surprise that your employees are feeling anxious, depressed, and burnt out. This means that employee loyalty is on the decline. Jessica Moser is here with MetLife’s 19th annual employee trend study to share what small business owners need to be aware of so they can take action now.

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    • 53 min
    #636 Can A Son Lead His Mother’s Business When She Sells Exclusively to Women?

    #636 Can A Son Lead His Mother’s Business When She Sells Exclusively to Women?

    SEGMENT 1 with Chris Cicchinelli, starting at 0:00: How do you grow a $1M business your mom started and take it to $350M? Chris Cicchinelli joined his mother's business when she asked him for help growing her female-centric company. But what made him think he could be successful? And how did he actually do it?

    SEGMENT 2 with Kevin McArdle, starting at 17:00: Some of the hottest businesses are the ones that operate on a subscription model, such as many software as a service (SAAS) businesses do. They sell the customer once and the customer continues paying every month. What are strong markers of success for these types of businesses and what strategies lead to growth?

    SEGMENT 3 with Tiffany Hughes, starting at 35:45: Divorce under any circumstances is a messy and ugly thing. But it gets worse when you have a small business and you’re divorcing your business partner or your business partner is your spouse. Tiffany Hughes is here to help small businesses navigate these messy challenges, and hopefully prevent them from happening in the first place.

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    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

Bill Stainton ,

Great interviewer!

Barry is the kind of interview who really listens to his guests. More important, he asks the questions that I would want to ask of the guest if I were a part of the conversation. And each episode DOES feel like a conversation—a conversation between smart people dedicated to helping small business owners succeed.

LK_Jensen ,

Highly Recommend This Show!

This show is full of actionable tips that will definitely help anyone who's looking to better not just their careers, but also their lives. Definitely would recommend.

RWlistens ,

Great great show

I love the topics on this show, and the host AND guests are fantastic.

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