Business Coach

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Akeisha Johnson discuss:

  • Releasing the people and things that need to be released in your life.
  • Knowing when to charge for the amateur hobby that is getting in the way of your career.
  • Why you should have a coach (and how to identify the right coach for you).
  • Setting performance metrics and evaluating them

Business executives improvise more often than they may want to admit. When the unexpected “gotcha” happens and there is little time for in-depth analysis, people must improvise. Much like Miles Davis and the musicians with whom he collaborated, organizational leaders incorporate a theme and variation rhythm into the solution solving process.

Miles Davis’ jazz album Kind of Blue is revered

Marcia talks with multi best selling author, publisher, & host of the Author Factor podcast, Mike Capuzzi. Since 2008, Mike has helped business owners become published authors. In 2019 he launched Bite Sized Books, a new publishing venture founded on his proven formula for creating short, helpful books (shooksTM) for business owners, entrepreneurs and CEOs. Mike explains how powerful these

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Lewis Landerholm discuss:

  • Adapting to the changing law industry. 
  • Having the money conversations and asking for the business. 
  • Questioning and qualifying potential clients. 
  • Creating an org chart for a visual of where you are going (then fire yourself from as many positions as possible). 

Key Takeaways:

  • The fear of the unknown often hinders

Society has undergone some major shifts over the past few decades, and as a result, gender roles and expectations in the workplace have substantially changed. Each generation of today’s workers–Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials, and Zoomers–has lived a unique experience with regard to cultural norms and the societal roles of men and women. How do different generations view gender in

In this episode, Steve Fretzin, Steve Seckler, Stuart Baum, Sharon Ve, and Chuki Obiyo discuss:

  • The relationship between business development and marketing. 
  • Content creation to bridge the gap between marketing and relationships. 
  • Trusting your instincts and working with the clients you want to work with.
  • Supporting and cooperating with your competition for wider spread success.

Key Takeaways:

  • Find out

In this episode, Steve Fretzin, Steve Seckler, Stuart Baum, Sharon Ve, and Chuki Obiyo discuss:

  • Finding your why and narrowing your niche. 
  • Building good relationships. 
  • Doing what you like to do to develop business. 
  • How much time you should spend on your business development. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Understanding why you don’t like to do something can help you to find

By Steve Fretzin
Think back to three years ago. What technology was hot then? You can’t remember, can you? There’s been so much happening from year to year that it’s near impossible to keep track of or remember it all. While some technology doesn’t affect our lives at all, others have a direct impact that can change our lives