For the last decade, Lorraine Ball has been having marketing conversaions with industry leaders and business owners from around the world.
When your employees make mistakes, it might be their fault and it might be yours!
If you want to be a professional speaker, or our hire speakers this episode is for you.
More than a Few Words - Episode: #434 What Kind of Networker Are You? December 27, 2019 ...
Dr. Gleb Tsipursky shares five simple questions to ask before you make a decision.
Want to start a conversation? Start with a question. That’s what Robby Slaughter does every single day on Facebook.
I asked Barry Magliarditi if he could go back and change something in his business what would it be? He outlined 3 processes he would implement sooner
Britt Baue explains why every good web project starts with a site map.
More than a Few Words - Episode: #429 You Can't Talk Shit Done December 10, 2019This week, out...
Susan White chats about creating a work environment where people look forward to walking in the door every day.
We all have lots of contacts, but only a small, select few are true strategic relationships for us in our business. This week, my guest David Nour explains how we can cultivate those very special relationships.
Freelancing forces you to invest in enhancing your skills.
Monday morning at Roundpeg, right around 11 am, we set up the camera and shoot a Facebook live video. Why do we do it?
That’s the topic of this week’s episode of More Than a Few Words with Sam Von Tobel, the new host of Monday Morning at the ‘Peg.
Life happens and sometimes it is hard to keep the disruptions of your life or of your employee’s lives outside the workplace. This week’s guest Liesel Mertes believes that you shouldn’t have to keep those two parts of your employee’s lives separate.
When you are developing social media, where does the information come from? How do you figure out what to write?
Matt Zentz of Marketpath shares his journey from developer to owner.
Are you using economic uncertainty as an excuse for not investing in your business? That strategy didn’t work in 2009 and it won’t work now.
Feeling overwhelmed, with too many things on your to-do list or a giant task standing between you and success? Today’s conversation with Andrea Liebross may be just what you need to look at things a little differently.
Time is not a resource that can be bought, sold, traded, or saved.
But it can be managed as Robby Slaughter, our guest this week, explains.
It seems as if we just got used to the needs and wants of Millenials and along comes Gen Z. This younger generation is starting to enter the workforce with very different attitudes on technology.
Let’s face it, most companies need a little “help” with their content. This week, Kevin Mullett explains his approach to creating effective and relevant content. He calls it the H.E.L.P. philosophy.
There are lots of twists and turns on the road to entrepreneurial success. Listen as serial entrepreneur Heneka Watkis-Porter shares her story.
This episode was recorded live at She Podcasts, a women’s podcasting event. JoDee Curtis and Danielle Ireland talk about why business owners need to attend events like this, how to deal with the information onslaught and set priorities about which ideas to put into practice.
Anna Osherov believes you can shift your sales conversations from “one to one” to a more productive “one to many” strategy with events.
This week, our guest Dean Kapsalis shares his simple three step process for selecting the right promotional item, every time.
Are you constantly comparing yourself to other people to see how you measure up or are you proudly different?
This week our guest Davide Di Giorgio thinks that perhaps cases you’re suffering from “Comparanoia.”
Everyone has a story to tell. Learning how to tell yours is an important business strategy.
Ten years ago, Bill Caskey inspired Lorraine to create a podcast. Today, he shows us why every B2B company needs one.
Our guest, Jamie Slutzky, is passionate about technology. We had a lively conversation about selecting, implementing and even eliminating software tools from your tech stack.
When you shop local, the money stays in your local community, growing your home town economy. This week, Indiana Originals co-founder, Mel McMahon talks about her mission to to create healthier, stronger communities and more jobs in Indiana.