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Business Questions Answered Here

Business Questions Answered Here

Author: J Cleveland Payne

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J Cleveland Payne takes 20-plus years of working in various aspects of business and answers question submitted by listeners from his perspective.
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Business questions answered here this week include:- Should I be on Clubhouse? (Ervin)- How do I manage the massive time zone difference and maintain sanity?(Lucia)- How can we effectively use advertising, and since we have never had much use of it before?(Darren )This week’s question to you is, “What is your business’ go-to social media platform?” This week’s podcast is sponsored by Blinkist. Get a free trial of the app and get caught up on all the books you’ve been putting off reading by visiting http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com/blinkist
Business questions answered here this week include:- How do I manage my relationship with former peers after a promotion? (Joy)- Should I ‘Google’ myself and do companies really care about what they find in online searches? (Jermaine)- Should I invest in my friend's company? (Sergio)This week’s question to you is, “How do you just personally when you have a change in status at work?” This week’s podcast is sponsored by Blinkist. Get a free trial of the app and get caught up on all the books you’ve been putting off reading by visiting http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com/blinkist
Business questions answered here this week include:- How Do I Get My Employees To Do More Work For A Company Doing Poorly Financially? (Frederick)- What are some project management tools I can try? (Gabriel) - What are some advantages and disadvantage of owning the building your company works out of? (Cecil)This week’s question to you is, “What incentive do you offer your employees to get them to accept beyond their normal scope?” This week’s podcast is sponsored by Blinkist. Get a free trial of the app and get caught up on all the books you’ve been putting off reading by visiting http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com/blinkist
Business questions answered here this week include:- What are people supposed to do whenever they get fired from a job? (Scott)- Should I feel guilty about the co-workers left behind when I escaped a toxic workplace? (Robyn) - How do I get more sales from potential customers I may have insulted? (Alton) This week’s question to you is, “What is the most important thing to do as soon as you are fired from a job?” This week’s podcast is sponsored by Blinkist. Get a free trial of the app and get caught up on all the books you’ve been putting off reading by visiting http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com/blinkist
Business questions answered here this week include:-How do I hire for a small issue that could grow to a larger one, but also may not? (Carla)-How to get support and mentorship in entrepreneurship if I don’t know any entrepreneurs? (Zak) -Should I feel guilty about poaching talent from my competitors? (Mikki) This week’s question to you is, “Are you in the position to hire emergency help?” This week’s podcast is sponsored by Blinkist. Get a free trial of the app and get caught up on all the books you’ve been putting off reading by visiting http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com/blinkist
Business questions answered here this week include:- What is the real impact on a small business if they are forced to raise their wages by up to 100%? (Jim)- What is it about my marketing and messaging that is not working to bring in the customers that should jump at my offers? (Kari)- How do I support my sister’s media company when I do not have much of a following myself? (Edgar) This week’s question to you is, “Do you support a $15 federal minimum wage?”This week’s podcast is sponsored by Blinkist. Get a free trial of the app and get caught up on all the books you’ve been putting off reading by visiting http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com/blinkist
For this week’s podcast, Ken asked, “Does my packaging really help me sell my products, or is it just an unnecessary expense that limits my revenue potential?” JoAnna asked, “What do I need to consider in making hiring decisions?” And Micah asked, “Can you take advantage of an over-saturated market if all you are running is a side hustle? This week’s spotlight sponsor is Blinkist. Get a free trial of the app and get caught up on reading all the big non-fiction books the gurus tell you to read in 15-minute blinks. Visit http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com/blinkist to get started. You can always offer you help to support this podcast. Visit http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com/coffee and buy me a cup of coffee.
This week, Brigitte asked, "I had a situation with a troubled employee that caused to stellar employees to put in their notice of leaving. One gave 2-weeks notice. The other gave four based on the scheduled release of a deliverable. We have been working to get rid of the troubled employee for a while, but terminating him may take two weeks on its own through our HR process. Is there a way to ignore the notice requests and insist on the good employees staying on?" Find the answer to this question and more like it at http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com.
This week, Shane asked, "I started a mobile entertainment business with my two brothers because we love to have fun together, and we thought we could make some real money in the process. What we found out was that we are really bad and holding each other accountable and getting the bills paid on time. We have hired on enough extra people that I can run the business with little to no help from my brothers, and I still believe this small idea could sustain itself. But as is, it’s a drain on cash which makes it a drain on time and not very fun. How do I get our finances in check, and should I buy my brothers out of the business before I initiate that plan?" Find the answer to this question and more like it at http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com.
This week, Tandy asks, "I have worked hard for the past six years trying to launch several businesses, with no positive results. Everything from MLM programs to online t-shirt shops has been tried, and all have failed. I have heard that the best way to monetary prosperity is becoming a businesswoman who answers to myself. I know that running a successful business is hard, but why is it so hard to just get one started?"Find the answer to this question and more like it at http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com.
This week's episode is a question I came up with after reading the article "4 financial secrets rich people don't want you to know" at USAToday.com yesterday, and reviewing the glut of commentary put out on the article. You can read the original article at https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/personalfinance/2019/03/20/investing-tips-secrets-financial-planning-could-make-you-rich/39198991/
And we ask you, "Do you have a process for documenting poor employee performance?'Find More Info @ http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com
And we ask you, "How do you deliver bad news to your employees?"Find More Info @ http://businessquestionsansweredhere.com
And we ask you, “How are you getting your business affairs in order in preparation for the new year?”
And we ask you, "Are you giving too much attention to your organizations’ ‘Rock Stars?’"
And we ask you, "Are you still trying to make work-life balance possible?"
And we ask you, "Are you running separate social media accounts for yourself and your business?"
And we ask you, "Are you working your own side hustle or just being 'entrepreneurial?'
And we ask you, "Who are the five business people that you support most often?"
And we ask you, "Is free stuff an appealing thing for you when you are being marketed to?"
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