Dr. Tyson Franklin is a successful podiatrist and business coach who has opened, sold, taken over and relocated over 20 podiatry businesses. In this episode, he talks money, strategy, and systems for building a thriving business.
It took Eric Hunley ten years to launch his show Unstructured, in which time he finished 4 marathons and one 50K. Today, he talks about podcasting, chasing your passion, and building community.
CEO and Co-Founder of Wigs.com, Carliz Sotelo Moore talks about building a business with heart, caring about customers, and the importance of supporting worthy causes.
“We’re not actually curing Cancer. We’re not making big monumental changes. But, if you can give people confidence in their hearts and help them to feel good, then that’s monumental for us.”
Four-time Grammy award-winning musician talks about how being an entrepreneur and living with ancient Hawaiian values brings him success.
Author and Founder of To The Market, Jane Mosbacher Morris says the money we routinely spend on food, clothes, gifts, and even indulgences is an untapped superpower. What if you could make more thoughtful decisions and vote with your dollars?
European growth peaked at the end of 2017 and has been slowing ever since. Despite the ECB saying there is no recession in Europe, there is mounting evidence that Europe is entering a recession. Germany, which is often seen as the engine of the Eurozone, saw its GDP contract in the 3rd quarter and its manufacturing PMI fell below 50 in January. Italy has waived the white flag and is already in recession with the European Commission forecasting just 0.2 percent growth for 2019. The ECB just stopped its asset purchase program in December and now may have to try to stimulate again.
“Millennial Millionaire” Grant Sabatier shares how he went from $2.26 in his bank account to $1.2 million in just 5 years.
Sarah Grear, an experienced copy conversion expert, shares how crafting the right words and stories can win you new business through your website and social media.
We are currently in the thick of earnings season as companies are reporting their quarter ending December 31st. Expectations are for S&P 500 earnings growth of over 20% which is an extremely strong number especially considering that the previous year grew a healthy 12%. However, lapping that type of growth is going to be a challenge, and forecasts are being revised down quickly for the first half of 2019. That is why we believe there is a growing likelihood of a slight earnings recession occurring in 2019.
The stock market has rallied nicely to start 2019 but we think there is a big problem. The major central banks, the Fed, ECB and BoJ, have pumped up asset prices since 2008 with a massive liquidity injection of $11 trillion. They kept interest rates at ridiculously low levels on the short and long end of the curve and investors were forced into risk assets. This grand experiment is known as quantitative easing. Now is the more difficult part called quantitative tightening, the central bankers are trying to normalize policy.
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