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A Christmas Day Miracle, by Dean and Talya Rotbart, is adapted from their 2020 biography of Margaret and Riyaz Adat, titled Improbable Lives: A Scot, A Tanzanian, and Their Canadian Love Story. 

A true-life, inspirational adult yuletide tale, A Christmas Day Miracle offers a universal message — regardless of readers' religious beliefs — about the wonder and power of life’s unexpected blessings.

Since the book was first published two years ago, it has become a perennial holiday favorite.

We hope you enjoy it.

Direct download: MMR122523.mp3
Category:Special Edition -- posted at: 11:42pm MDT

Chris McShanag has enjoyed a long and productive career in the healthcare field, working alongside two physician entrepreneurs to build a thriving business providing off-site virtual assistants to doctors, dentists, and even veterinarians.

Their company, MedVA, founded in 2020, provides medical and dental virtual assistants and has done an admirable job of helping their clients improve quality of care while simultaneously boosting the bottom line of their practices.

In fact, MedVA has proven such a success with clients that Chris and his partners figured their methods could work for any company across a broad spectrum of small businesses. So a year ago, they launched BizVA, delivering virtual assistants capabilities to the entire business community, both domestically and internationally.

BizVA’s pledge is that it will help companies get more done at a fraction of the cost.

This week, Chris, president and CEO of both MedVA and BizVA, shares his insights about the many advantages of relying on virtual assistants, and the logistics of successfully transferring the knowledge gleaned in one business niche to another.

Monday Morning Radio is hosted by the father-son team of Dean and Maxwell Rotbart.

Photo: Chris McShanag, BizVA and MedVA
Posted: December 18, 2023
Monday Morning Run Time: 40:01
Episode: 12.24

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Direct download: MMR121823.mp3
Category:Successful Entrepreneurs -- posted at: 6:24pm MDT

Many innovative business concepts fall through because the cost and logistics of pulling them off just wouldn’t work.

Uzair Ahmed, a Canadian chemical engineer, recognized all the missed opportunities and figured he could design technology and automation to make unworkable business models workable.

Uzair, founder of Cottonwood Automation, tested his high-tech, low-overhead system by launching a service that sends car mechanics to the homes or offices of customers. Guess what? It succeeded wildly.

While Cottonwood Automation generally focuses on making home service businesses easier to operate, Uzair believes that his method — which brings together automation, AI, global talent, and other digital technologies, can help businesses in almost every industry cut their costs by up to 60%.

Best of all, perhaps, it allows owners and CEOs to do more while working less.

Monday Morning Radio is hosted by the father-son team of Dean and Maxwell Rotbart.

Photo: Uzair Ahmed, Cottonwood Automation
Posted: December 11, 2023
Monday Morning Run Time: 37:29
Episode: 12.23

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Direct download: MMR121123.mp3
Category:Successful Entrepreneurs -- posted at: 7:30pm MDT

If you truly could experience your website or bricks-and-mortar store through the eyes of your customers and prospects, you could do a great deal to increase sales and customer satisfaction.

Satyam Kantamneni is the founder of UXReactor, a company whose entire focus is on user experience, referred to as UX. His mission: to design or transform businesses to prioritize — above all other considerations — how customers interact with them. 

With more than 60 employees spread across three continents, Satyam has enabled his clients to generate hundreds of millions of dollars in bonus income thanks to user-centric innovation.

As he explains, the most powerful differentiator in today’s highly competitive business world is the customer’s experience. Master it and you win.

Monday Morning Radio is hosted by the father-son team of Dean and Maxwell Rotbart.

[Purchase your copy of Satyam’s book, User Experience Design: A Practical Playbook to Fuel Business Growth, here.] 

Photo: Satyam Kantamneni, UXReactor
Posted: December 4, 2023
Monday Morning Run Time: 43:37
Episode: 12.22

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Direct download: MMR120423.mp3
Category:Authors and Experts -- posted at: 4:48pm MDT

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