Episode 26 is a new Fantastic Failure. This time the Hit Factory is the subject. The Hit Factory proved that extreme customer service in small business is important to grow, but their closing doors meant that more was needed. Don’t miss a tremendous lesson for small business owners.
In part 1 of this common cents conversation with Giovanni Francis, we delve into how he started his photography business, what he learned working for a big retailer that he uses in his business and how he had his own fantastic failure
In this Episode of the Entrepreneur life Micah & Jonathan discuss how smart you have to be to become successful in business. They also discuss why it’s important to focus on retention marketing with your existing customer base and how to do it.
Micah & Jonathan talk about how to come up with a creative business name and why it’s important to future proof your business name. Will you attract or repel customers from your introduction? The guys also discuss how to get over tech frustrations in your business.
Many older workers in the U.S. who are between the ages of 55-70 are starting small businesses. Micah & Jonathan talk about what a greypreneur is and how you can be successful if you’re starting a business later in life. Also what is proper business texting etiquette? are there rules to the game? The guys discuss.
Micah and Jonathan talk about how GM failed and what lessons can be learned from their failures. Despite being bailed out by the government there are many lessons small business owners can learn from General Motors. They also give tips on ways to advertise for under $50 if you’re trying to build your business
Micah & Jonathan talk about why you have to be able to talk to people to sell your business and give 7 tips on how to take your interactions with people to the next level and sell your business. Also what percentage of small business owners do you think have a college degree, the numbers may surprise you?
Micah & Jonathan discuss how to get customers to want to shop with your small business. How can we employ the marketing psychology of supermarkets in our businesses? If you don’t think you can learn something from supermarkets about marketing….think again!