Sun, 19 May 2019
Before You Ever Contemplate Selling Your Business is the Perfect Time to Discover ‘Selling with Certainty’
Terry H. Monroe has been the owner of more than 40 businesses, and helped to facilitate the sale of more than 500 other companies.
So when he offers no-nonsense advice on how owners can be certain to get the full value for their businesses or professional practices, he knows what he’s talking about.
Terry who condensed all the wisdom he’s gained over more than 30 years establishing, operating, and selling businesses into a new book, Selling with Certainty, tells host Dean Rotbart that the very best time to learn the lessons he teaches is before owners ever even considers selling. That way they can bypass the costly errors that prove so aggravating to others.
Photo: Terry H. Monroe, Selling with Certainty
Mon, 13 May 2019
Question: Can a business ‘tiger’ change its stripes?
An excerpt from Monday Morning Radio with Host Dean Rotbart.
Sun, 12 May 2019
Brett Vance is a veteran combat and military test pilot who has flown F-16s and commanded the 514th Flight Test Squadron.
But he admits that no battle has tested his mettle like working to produce and distribute Jet Jockeys, his educational and inspirational docu-reality video series that showcases aviators and aviation feats, and targets the large potential audience of aviation enthusiasts.
He and his wife, Sherri, the program's creator and executive producer, join host and award-winning journalist Dean Rotbart this week to share their flight plan for entrepreneurial success.
Photo: Brett Vance, Jet Jockeys
Sun, 5 May 2019
Monday Morning Radio Host Dean Rotbart confesses that he doesn’t know who his guest is on this week’s podcast.
It’s not that Dean doesn’t have a fascinating guest, or that the guest’s book – “Undistrupted: How Highly-Effective People Deal with Disruptions” – isn’t a valuable business read; it’s just that Dean literally does not know who wrote the book.
The author, who lives in The Netherlands [Dean phoned him there], uses the pseudonym John Vespasian and has written ten books.
What Dean also knows is that this week’s mystery guest is a well-read student of global history [think Russian industrialist Savva Mamontov (1841-1918), and 12th-century French statesman, Abbot Suger], and draws excellent insights from bygone eras that we all can apply to our lives today.
So Dean assures us that his guest has plenty of good advice to dispense; he just doesn’t know who he’s talking to.
Illustration: The author known as John Vespasian