Don't you love catchy titles?! I do. This one was totally organic and unplanned. It was my turn to present the next education piece at my local MCBA business networking group. I had a topic that I wanted to test on a group of business owners. I do this with newer content. The result was very good. At the end of the talk, the group was discussing who they wanted to bring in as a special guest speaker during an upcoming "bring a guest day" and the group unanimously chose me! They wanted me to do the same talk again. I recorded both and have permission from every member who commented in my talk. As promised, I wanted to give each of them a shout out and link to their business.
This podcast is the recording of the second time through this optimization talk, but I put the 10 minute clip from the original talk where we go down the road of Thoroughbreds and Donkeys. Here's a big He-Haw for you! Enjoy this podcast episode and think on the questions I pose in my presentation.
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MCBA Members Mentioned
Hugh Gbewonyo - Foot Solutions
Marsha Poust - Signs by Tomorrow
Gary Volpe - Volpe Enterprises
Colette Melott - CM Business and Accounting Solutions
Paul Osborne - Osborne Solutions
Susan Sloan - Real Health Quotes
Dr. Claire DeFazio - Windsor Hills Chiropractic
Royce Double R Flight Academy
Tom McKee - Edward Jones
Jim Hardy - The Carpet Guys
Vernessa Hopkins - H3 Business Solutions
The Smart Cleaning School Podcast helps cleaning business owners from start-up to the struggling solo to the striving seven-figure get SMARTER in their businesses, reshape their mindset, increase productivity, clear the overwhelm, and get clarity through SMART goal-setting & personal accountability. Ken Carfagno is a lifetime learner and teacher. His mission is to help visionaries make the impact they were meant to make.