18 episodes

In a nutshell, we are a bunch of opinionated writers that care about quality content. Our team is small, but it’s a team of people who really do care about what they do. Passionate and dedicated. Honest and respectful. Professional but informal. Quirky and personal.

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Two Cents Podcast By Ahmed Mansour C-Town Chatter

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In a nutshell, we are a bunch of opinionated writers that care about quality content. Our team is small, but it’s a team of people who really do care about what they do. Passionate and dedicated. Honest and respectful. Professional but informal. Quirky and personal.

Prefer reading, then make sure you visit our website www.ctownchatter.com

    Two Cents Podcast: Episode 3 - Here are 5 Ways to Manage Your Mental Health As An Entrepreneur

    Two Cents Podcast: Episode 3 - Here are 5 Ways to Manage Your Mental Health As An Entrepreneur

    Mental illness is a problem for business owners. Here are 5 things you can do as a business owner to keep your mental health in good shape. 1. Take time for yourself.

    As a business owner, it's easy to get busy with work and forget about your own needs. But it's important to give yourself time every day, even if it's just a few minutes. Take some time away from work to do things you enjoy, like reading, working out, or spending time with friends and family.



    2. Ask for help from a professional. It's not a sign of weakness to need help. It's a good thing!

    If you're having trouble with your mental health, don't be afraid to talk to an expert. No one should feel bad about going to a doctor or counsellor for help. You can take care of your mental health with help from therapy. I've been going to therapy for years. It helps to talk about your life with someone who isn't part of your everyday life.



    Related: How leaders get mental health wrong



    3. Join a support group. You don't have to go through this alone.

    There are many offline and online support groups for businesses. These groups are a great way to meet other business owners who know what you're going through. Support groups can be a great way to meet new people, get help, and feel better.



    4. Take breaks. The need to always be "on" can lead to mental health problems tied to running your own business.

    If you're too busy at work, take a break. Step away from your computer and go for a walk or take a few days off to relax and recharge. Taking breaks when you need them is important. If not, you might get tired of it.



    5. Make sure your body and mind are getting the fuel they need. The wrong food can be the last stick that breaks the camel's back.

    As a business owner, you are always under pressure to do well, meet goals, and get things done. And if you don't pay attention, it can hurt your mental health.



    Because of this, it's important to make sure you take care of your body and mind. To keep your mind healthy, you need to eat well, get enough sleep and exercise, and learn to deal with worry.



    You can get great short-term and long-term results from taking a supplement to improve your mental and cognitive skills while taking care of your physical health.



    By using these tips, you can improve your mental health and lower stress. Remember that you are not alone in your problems and that you can get help if you need it.


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    • 13 min
    Trailer: Two Cents Podcast By Ahmed Mansour

    Trailer: Two Cents Podcast By Ahmed Mansour

    A Production of C-Town Chatter and Ahmed Mansour


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    Two Cents Podcast: Episode 2 - Starting a Business: Don't Overlook These Essential Steps!

    Two Cents Podcast: Episode 2 - Starting a Business: Don't Overlook These Essential Steps!

    Legal and Regulatory Compliance: When starting a firm, entrepreneurs frequently forget about the obligations they have under the law and regulations. These obligations include registering the business with the relevant authorities, acquiring the necessary permissions and licences, and adhering to tax regulations. Failure to comply with these standards may result in penalties, legal issues, or even the closure of the company.

    Market Research: To comprehend your target market, recognise your competition, and assess the viability of your business idea, conducting thorough market research is essential. Many business owners neglect to do this or simply do superficial research, which can result in a lack of understanding of the industry and its demands and a disastrous venture.

    Financial Planning: Entrepreneurs frequently undervalue the value of financial planning, which entails creating a budget, projecting income and spending, and locating prospective sources of money. Financial irresponsibility can lead to cash flow issues, debt, and even bankruptcy.

    Branding and marketing: Establishing a powerful brand and creating winning marketing plans are crucial for drawing in new clients and keeping existing ones. However, many business owners disregard these facets of their operations, which has a negative impact on sales and brand recognition.

    Hiring and human resources: Having the right personnel in place to support a company's success is crucial as it expands. But business owners frequently forget how crucial it is to build a healthy workplace culture, implement successful training programmes, and hire the right people. Neglecting these facets of the business can result in high employee turnover, low productivity, and a toxic workplace environment.

    Networking and Relationships: The development of a network of contacts and alliances can be essential to the success of a new company. This entails developing connections with partners, suppliers, and companies in your sector. Many business owners neglect this area of their operations, which can lead to lost opportunities and a dearth of assistance.

    Scalability and Growth: It's crucial to take into account a new company's potential for growth and scaling when launching it. Many business owners neglect to make long-term growth and expansion plans in favour of narrowly focusing on short-term objectives. Missed possibilities and an inability to take advantage of potential future business opportunities may result from this.

    Technology and Infrastructure: A new business's ability to succeed in the digital era depends on having the appropriate technology and infrastructure in place. Entrepreneurs frequently ignore these elements of their company, which can lead to sluggish or out-of-date systems, security problems, and decreased productivity.

    Entrepreneurs can increase their chances of success and stay clear of typical traps by taking the time to think about and handle these sometimes disregarded components of beginning a new firm.


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    • 10 min
    C-Town Chatter's News Flash Briefing - 5/24/2023

    C-Town Chatter's News Flash Briefing - 5/24/2023

    Here’s this week’s News Flash briefing.



    Welcome to C-Town Chatter’s flash briefing, Where you get to know the news in less than 5 minutes.

    News Flash Briefing is Available on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Amazon’s Alexa, or wherever you get your podcasts.


    Here’s what we will be talking about.

    The Egyptian delegation led by Dr. Mostafa Waziri will disclose their latest archaeological find in Saqqara on May 27. The Boubasiton necropolis is thought to include the greatest workshop for mummifying humans and animals.




    Since password sharing has a detrimental effect on income and Netflix's capacity to invest in new content, the company has broadened its crackdown beyond just family members. This change was made after the business discovered that over 100 million homes were using a single account between many people.

    A student who had her phone taken away from her is suspected of starting a tragic fire in a Guyana dorm over the weekend, according to a government source. Nineteen children perished in the blaze, and others are still hospitalized.

    Movie Land is a section of City Walk in Jeddah that reveals the behind-the-scenes action of some of the world's most iconic movie moments to movie and comic book lovers of all ages. One of the options for kids is a movie set, where they may pretend to be superheroes and live the life of a movie star for a day.

    Stay tuned for our next episode next week.







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    Weekly News Flash Briefing with Ahmed Mansour: 10/5/2022

    Weekly News Flash Briefing with Ahmed Mansour: 10/5/2022

    Here's Today's "News Flash Briefing"

    Stay tuned, for that every Wednesday, we'll be summing up the week's major news for you ... Our way!


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    • 4 min
    Chatter with Deana: The Mental Health Ambassador to the Middle East Ally Salama

    Chatter with Deana: The Mental Health Ambassador to the Middle East Ally Salama

    We know it has been quite some time since our last episode, but we're back big and as strong as ever.

    This time our amazing host @deanahassanein is interviewing the Mental Health Ambassador, Podcaster, and Founder of @empwr.house Magazine @allysalama.

    The topic of the episode is "Online Confessions" and how it affects, and reflects on our community.


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    • 35 min

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