Episode #3 – You are a Problem Solver

You are a Problem Solver–Why didn’t anyone tell me this before I started?

Are people coming to you with all their problems? Is it frustrating? Scott Weaver shares why you are a Problem Solver, why you should embrace it, and a little of his journey from task master to solution focused business owner.

Show Notes

The 5 Points:

  • #1: Leadership is Problem Solving
  • #2: It’s a good thing when people come to you with problems
  • #3: You can’t solve every problem
  • #4: Create a FAQ to answer repeated questions
  • #5: Problem solving in a family setting is different than in your business

Quotes from:

  • “Secrets of Closing the Sale”, Zig Ziglar, Kindle edition,
    Ugh, e-books don’t have page numbers! 5th paragraph in ‘Introduction
    to the Updated Edition’.
  • Jesus Quote from Matthew 5:46
  • “The Difference Maker” John C. Maxwell pg. 105
  • “The Leadership Secrets of Colin Powell”, Oren Harai, from slides from when I was in school.

Thanks to Tegan Weaver for assisting with audio post production.

Produced at Arise2 studios.

Episode #2 – Success Factors with Byron Reed

Interview with Byron Reed, business founder and technology philanthropist.

Byron Reed was the founder of Jefferson IT, serving the health care industry in Medford, Oregon. After 10 plus years, he
sold his interest to join Ethos360, a faith-based organization, where he will be helping behind the scenes in IT management.

 

Show Notes

  • Success factors to launching a new company
  • Stick with your expertise and experience
  • Develop and maintain a positive reputation
  • Take advantage of what regulations give
  • Take time to become an authority in your field
  • Dealing w/ Life changes
  • Take long breaks from work to focus
  • Have faith
  • Practical financial advise to stay on top of debt
  • Don’t buy new cars, don’t have more than one car payment
  • Keep teaching your children how to handle money
  • The necessity of IT in Missions
  • Dealing with Uncertainty

Show Corrections: Medford Oregon has about 80,000 people, not 180,000.

Show Trivia: There is a parrot squawking in the background.

Episode #1 – The Gig Economy

Episode #001 – The Gig Economy

Are you working in the so-called Gig Economy? This episode gives the 30,000 foot view on how to approach your business in today’s world.

 

 

show notes
Are you working in the so-called Gig Economy? This episode gives the 30,000 foot view on how to approach your business in today’s world.
  • Four impactful insights:
  • Life is a Journey
  • A good routine gets you to the end
  • Always growth and learn
  • It’s about being together