January 8, 2016 – USAToday SMB Guru Steve Strauss & Venture and Vultures Chapter 20

January 8, 2016 – USAToday SMB Guru Steve Strauss & Venture and Vultures Chapter 20

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Steve Strauss – Senior USA TODAY Small Business Columnist

Steve Strauss is a leading small business expert and shares his wealth of knowledge as an internationally recognized speaker, columnist, and attorney. He is also the author of 17 books, including The Small Business Bible: Everything You Need to Know to Succeed in Your Small Business. As a weekly columnist at USATODAY.com, Steve gives insight to small business owners and entrepreneurs on everything from writing in the workplace to marketing, and his column is one of the longest-running business columns in the world – running for 17 years. Steve has spoken as an expert for the U.S. State Department in locations such as India, Japan, Mongolia, and the West Bank, and he sits on the Board of the World Entrepreneurship Forum in France. Today, he shares the latest results from the Bank of America Small Business Survey.

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This show features the latest episode of our entrepreneurial serial podcast! The story is called “Venture and Vultures: An Entrepreneurial Thriller.” Here is Chapter Twenty. Hope you enjoy! 

A Review of Past Episodes…..

Prologue – “Boys, Do You Understood How a Loan Works?”
Chapter One – “The Name of the Game Is Guts”
Chapter Two – “You Don’t Have a Clue”
Chapter Three – “So, What Are the Next Steps?”
Chapter Four – “Its Like a Vacuum in There!”
Chapter Five – “Can We Break Even?”
Chapter Six – ”Drive Faster, the Cell Is Not Working”
Chapter Seven, “You Want Flooding Keyboards or First Period?”
Chapter Eight, “Why Does He Keep Pulling his Dick?”
Chapter Nine, “4000 Miles in 3 Days!”
Chapter Ten, “Dude! We Are on Fire!”
Chapter Eleven, “You’ve Done Surprisingly Well”
Chapter Twelve, “Things Look Really Bad”
Chapter Thirteen, “Are You Looking for Investors?”
Chapter Fourteen, “Does that Mean We Get to Party with Clint Eastwood?”
Chapter Fifteen, “Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner”
Chapter Sixteen, “So, Who’s the CEO of this Business?”
Chapter Seventeen, “I’ll Take 40% of This Business”
Chapter Eighteen, “Hail, the Conquering Heroes!”
Chapter Nineteen, “So, We All Vote Yes?”

and now Chapter Twenty, “We Don’t Make Machines Like That, but For You We Will”

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