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Today’s Growth New

Welcome everyone to the Today’s Growth Consultant podcast featuring Ken Courtright founder and CEO of Income Store/TGC named to the Inc 500/5000 list in 2013 and again in 2015. Ken is A Best Selling Author in 5 Categories and has been featured on WLS, FOX, CBS, A/E, Forbes and most recently the Biography Channel, his third and latest book Guerrilla Marketing Today is coming soon to a Barnes and Noble Near you.

Sometimes we get to a point where we are so mentally full and then we walk into a meeting and somebody either tries to dump more responsibility on you or ask you to do something and you just blow up....
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Everything has a force inside it that pulls, including a magnet. Magnets work the same way in selling. It can help you sell more stuff faster. If you go to a trade show, why do you go and walk up...
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The title of an article in Fast Company back in November 2011 is Risk, Survive, Repeat! They gave twenty examples of major companies that took major risks in 2010 and 2011. Groupon took a risk and turned down $6 billion...
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Growth is change. In business, when your company is growing, you need to move along with it. That could mean to reinvent or reboot a company, taking the leap to implement some changes. Ken together with Kerri shares their own...
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Continuing the series of interviewing Kerri, together they talk about growing your company with events. Starting off with some pains in the process, they provide a familiar view of the struggles of starting and finding your company moving forward—from the...
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Finding the right people for your business can be tough. However, once you do have them, you’ll then have to think about keeping them longer with you. Ken is joined by Kerri to talk about starting a new employee partnership...
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The same reason that Steve Jobs was fired from his own company to only later be brought back in is the same reason why Apple is what it is now. That's an awesome analogy of the management system of a...
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One of the old managerial metaphors was if you plant corn, can you get wheat? If you plant soybeans, can you get an oak tree? The answer is, of course, not. Growth consultants would often ask a brand-new client what...
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One stumbling block that keeps a business from reaching its goals is resistance. This resistance could be from anywhere - employees, clients, business partners, etc. It forces the business to step back instead of step forward, and harms its potential...
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Imagine a portfolio of website grow in the number of domains to manage, in the number of people to manage, in the number of processes to manage. The bigger it gets, the bigger the valleys between departments get. The bigger...
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