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On September 23, 2016

7CEO 045: 8 Non-Negotiables Of Business Finance With Casey Graham

How do you take control of your business finances without spending a bunch more time you don’t have and reduce your stress? After starting & selling multiple companies, including a three-peat INC 5000 business, Casey Graham has put together “The 8 Non-Negotiables Of Business Finance” and he shares them in this recent training for business
On September 9, 2016

7CEO 044: Time Management That Actually Works With Casey Graham

Traditional time management is often one of the biggest barriers to growth and fulfillment as a business owner. Casey recently hosted a free training call for business owners, presidents and CEOs to talk about why traditional time management doesn’t work and what to do about it. When starting a business, it requires a different kind of
On September 2, 2016

7CEO 043: Invest In Your Team With Elizabeth Dukes

Today we’re talking with Elizabeth Dukes, co-founder, EVP & Chief Marketing Officer of iOffice – a workplace management solution for fast-growing businesses. They offer a variety of software solutions to help create fantastic work environments that promote collaboration and productivity. Elizabeth helped start the business 15 years ago and they broke through the 7-figure mark after
On August 19, 2016

7CEO 042: How To Delegate Work And Ensure It’s Done Right

Delegation is a big issue among entrepreneurs and hinders the ability to scale their leadership and business. Today I’m sharing a web training from a few weeks ago on how to delegate and ensure the work is done right.   LINKS Check out Belay (Virtual Executive Assistants – formerly eaHelp): BelaySolutions.com Purchase Assistant Rocket: AssistantRocket.com/Offer
On August 5, 2016

7CEO 041: From Bankruptcy To 7 Figures In 9 Months With Leah McHenry

Leah McHenry is our first success story from podcast listeners to break through the 7-figure mark. Leah and her husband and business partner, Steve, started listening in the fall of 2015 as they launched an information business for musicians. They were broke, living paycheck to paycheck less than 12 months ago, and now they’re making over
On July 29, 2016

7CEO 040: Master Your Hiring Process With Brad Weimert

Brad Weimert started Easy Pay Direct in 2009 – an online credit card processing company for high-level e-commerce businesses. Specifically they began to help “high risk” businesses susceptible to consumer disputes have stable merchant services. He started the company after his personal experience with other processing companies and wanted to solve the need in this niche.
On July 22, 2016

7CEO 039: How A Moving Company Broke Through To 7 Figures With Wade Lombard

Today we have Wade Lombard, 35 year old entrepreneur from Birmingham, Alabama. In 2007, he transitioned from ministry to start a new business, Square Cow Moovers, in Austin, Texas, with his dad and brother-in-law. They began the company in the recession of 2008 without any knowledge of the moving industry. They built their business with
On July 18, 2016

I Sold My Company & It Didn’t Make Me Happy

I had a life-long dream of starting, growing & selling a company. I did it & I’m glad I did. However, the months following have been some of the lowest I’ve experienced as a human being.  After thinking about it for a while, I have some observations about why. I’m sharing these because this applies
On July 15, 2016

7CEO 038: How To Create A Company That Runs Without You

Today you’re going to hear a web training I did for entrepreneurs recently. I shared from my experiences and learnings of how to create a business that runs without you and I share the three phases of a business. Once you make a decision which type of business you want, you can make some key