You wouldn't want to go to trial without an attorney. Likewise, when you have a large loss insurance claim for your business (or home), you shouldn't try to handle it yourself. Jon's guest, Dennis Kouts, discusses some of the reasons you may want to hire a Public Adjuster. Jon and Dennis then take that example and discuss some pros, cons, do's and don'ts to self-employment in this episode of Business is ART.
People may get the wrong idea when you say you are stepping out for a massage. Medical massage therapy is not the stuff of exotic dreams, and can dramatically improve productivity while decreasing absenteeism at work. Jon and his guest, Mark Strickler, Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) discuss on this episode of Business is ART.
We often forget that non-profit organizations are businesses too. They have all of the same challenges as a for-profit, like revenue and sales, expenses, hiring the right people, etc. Some have the added challenge of selling "hope", instead of tangible goods and services. Jon and his guest, Erin Santos, Founder/President of the Isabella Santos Foundation, discuss on this episode of Business is ART.
There is a lot of undiscovered talent coming out of colleges and universities across the country. How do you know you are finding them? How do you know you are even looking correctly? Jon and his guest, Cate Brinnon, Management Consultant and Assistant Professor at Urbana University offer up a few ideas.
How do you peacefully resolve conflicts? Jon's guest, business owner Christina Walters of Night Dispatch, discusses her off-duty role as Director of the Springfield Peace Center and how teaching kids how to resolve conflicts peacefully translates to business on this episode of Business is ART.