Well, Robert and I have done over 20 shows since our last BusinessCast Podcast round-up. These shows are always popular because they give all entrepreneurs — i.e. new subscribers and loyal listeners alike — a quick and easy way of hearing what business-critical issues we’ve covered over the last handful of months. So, in BusinessCast Podcast #89 – Greatest Hits Vol. 3 we highlight some of the most essential topics and key learnings from BusinessCast episodes as far back as episode #67.
Specifically, in Greatest Hits Vol. 3 we highlights shows AND key BusinessCast blogposts where we provided practical tools and advice to help entrepreneurs address key issues such as:
- Building Profile for Your Business
- Developing Sales Incentives That Increase Revenues
- Tackling Crisis Communication
- Establishing a Strong Foundation in Mobile Marketing
- Speaking Confidently in Public
- Securing Financing
- Emerging Stronger When Good Employees Leave
- Finding the Right Business Partner
- Increasing Cash Flow
- Dealing Effectively with Cross-Generational Values
- Overcoming Sales Objections
In so doing, we also recount some of our most memorable guests, including:
- Catherine Swift (Canadian Federation of Independent Business)
- Michael Younder, Senior Product Marketer (Research in Motion)
- Paul Chato, President of YourWebDepartment and member of the Canadian comedy troupe the Frantics
- Bruce Hunter, Fortune 500 heavyweight and insightful author
And, we do it all in under 20 minutes!
As always you can listen to each of the shows we touch upon in Greatest Hits Vol. 3 by clicking on the BusinessCast Podcast Archives.
Finally, a quick thank you to all BusinessCast Podcast fans who voted for us in the 2008 national blog and podcast competition. The BusinessCast Podcast Canada’s was voted as Canada’s 2nd most favourite podcast!
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