Categories Archive: Finance

  • Hacks for Better Decision Making with Darryl W Lyons

    A few highlights from this episode: Hacks to turn your decisions into successful habits, why 87% of investment results in decision making and how to make better decisions with your money, the two things that are absolutely critical to push through some of these challenging times, how creating that Monday morning checklist can help move forward towards your goal of a million…

  • How to scale your private practice with innovation with Joe Sanok

    A few Learning Objectives for this episode: How he launched Practice of the Practice to blog about what he learned in business, marketing, and private practice. The low-hanging fruit out there for anyone that’s at the start, grow, or scale phase. How to prioritize and scale and market your business online and offlineEasy platforms to learn to be at the top 10 percentThe processes that can help you continue to scale so that you can leave for weeks on end and have your practice still make you money.

  • Get Productive – with Tony Hawk and Chase Ink Business Unlimited℠

    My team and I were thrilled to travel to NYC for the launch of the Chase Ink® Business Unlimited Card, the small business credit card designed to give business owners financial solution that offers simple rewards that are easy to understand. The event focused on the best business tips and tricks on how to increase productivity and Chase brought top speakers in to chat with local small business owners Tony Hawk, legendary skateboarder and entrepreneur, gave the keynote speech.

  • How to become an Extraordinary Coach with Ajit Nawalkha

    Ajit Nawalkha is a speaker, angel investor, author, entrepreneur and business coach. He is a co-founder of Mindvalley and key investor in successful companies like Blinkwebinars and Zenward. He believes that when it comes to creating a business and a life you love, it’s all about doing less, not more and his methods have been proven to work again, and again. One of his core beliefs is that a life worth living is a life that is dedicated to being of service to others.

  • Three FAST Ways to Grow Your Business: Key Tips from the Chase for Business Austin Event

    Chase for Business brought in seasoned business professionals to foster dialogue with Austin’s business owners, to help our community gain expert knowledge around critical business topics, and to give us access to resources that will help us fund and grow our businesses.

  • The Financial Rockstar With Scott Alan Turner

    Why do most people need to hit rock-bottom first before they can sort their finances out. (And what to do to NEVER become one of them.) The ABC of personal finances for entrepreneurs. The “American Gangster” business model to go from financially clueless to retiring rich. The two things you need to get good at if…

  • Profit First With Mike Michalowicz

    Why pursuing productivity alone is a dangerous trap. The shocking discovery why the “profit formula” we’ve been all taught is a freakin’ lie and what to do about it. The sneaky way your behaviour creates your priorities and how to use that to your advantage. Why businesses that implement THIS tiny change grow faster…

  • How to Choose the Best Health Insurance for Small Business Owners

    Finding good health insurance is one of the most frustrating parts of being an entrepreneur or small-business owner. Until December 15, when the federal open enrollment period is open, health insurance will be one of the most frequently discussed topics among small-business owners. It’s also an area without an easy-to-understand reference to options or collection of information about what options other people are using to help you make the best choice for yourself.

  • Killing Sacred Cows With Garrett Gunderson

    The nine “deadly” persuasive financial myths that fool even the most astute entrepreneurs. Why no amount of luck, savings or discipline can save you when…

  • All Recommended Books by Millionaires

    When I first launched Eventual Millionaire back in March 2010, I did so by announcing a goal of becoming a millionaire on my terms, which included to be debt free, live a lifestyle I wanted, and be able to pursue my passions while building a net worth with two commas in it. I didn’t really care when I’d get that… View Article