Right Side Up

By |2023-01-23T16:07:12+00:0008/15/22|Julie Solo Episodes, TDTT Podcasts|

Sometimes business owners get into a swirl and a spin. There are many decisions to be made. Many lives that could be impacted by those decisions. In this episode, Julie shares a story about being in that overwhelmed space, and how her key employee said one sentence that helped pull Julie out of it. In this reflective podcast, Julie also shares how important these statements are to being a leader of leaders.

William McKee talks Delegation and Duplication

By |2023-01-25T17:20:15+00:0007/11/22|Conversations with Business Owners, TDTT Podcasts|

They Don’t Teach This in Business School is a podcast where our award-winning host, Julie Bee discusses the behind-the-scenes realities of being a business owner. As a part of each episode, she talks about lessons learned on the business owner journey, that only experience can teach and this week, Julie has a conversation with William McKee, Founder and a Managing Partner at Knowmad Digital Marketing. William founded Knowmad to pursue his passion of helping clients to use the web and digital technologies more effectively. In today’s business climate, digital marketing is it is constantly changing and it's always about figuring out what that next space is to move into or how to go about moving into that space. William’s primary role at Knowmad is around sales and ensuring that they’re bringing in the revenue to support the ever-growing team and evolving team. One of the most important items William would recommend business schools teach their students is how important it is for leaders to groom and mold employees to be the best of their ability.

Org Charts – Working with the People Who Fill Them

By |2023-01-16T17:51:12+00:0004/18/22|Julie Solo Episodes, TDTT Podcasts|

Business schools teach what organization charts are, how they are used, the different types, and how to fill them out. But you know what business owners can only learn through experience – how to communicate and work with the people who fill the org chart. In this episode, Julie shares some resources to help the top of the org chart (that’s you, business owner) better communicate with the people who fill them.

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