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Entrepreneur Masters Podcast

 Entrepreneur Masters Podcast

Our weekly deep dive into entrepreneur life – the good, the bad, the crazy, and the AMAZING!  Don’t forget to follow us on iTunes and if you are interested in being a guest on Entrepreneur Masters, just click the button to the right and let’s chat!

Liz Dederer talks coaching, sales tactics, and more on this edition of Entrepreneur Masters

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As Founder + CEO of Selling With Service and creator of the Sales School for Entrepreneurs, Liz Dederer has strategized the sales growth from $300K to $1.2M in 6 months, taught individual clients to increase close rates from 0% to 80% and coached entrepreneurs to their first 5-figure months! Prior to founding her company in […]

Bryan Gross and Myra Quick talk college grads and entering the workforce

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Bryan Gross, VP for Enrollment Management and Marketing at Western New England University, and Myra Quick, Founder and CEO of  Fast Forward Learning and Development and the creator of the Mastermind Program Crosswalk Coalition, talk about student readiness when it comes to heading out into the real world and getting their first jobs. Do students […]

Robin Bienemann and Matt Carbray talk Family Business Programs

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Robin Anne Bienemann, Founder and CEO of Crimson Rook and the creator of the Family Business Cooperative, and Matt Carbray, Founder of Ridgeline Financial Partners, talk about how important family owned businesses are and how important programs that support them can be to the economy – it starts at the college level. Take a listen […]

Art Mulligan of Senior Advocate Services

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On today’s episode of Entrepreneur Masters, we talk to Art Mulligan of Senior Advocate Services – www.senioradvocatect.com – ” Advocating for You” in assisting Families with Healthcare choices for parents. (Assisted Living Communities, Nursing Home Comparisons or continuing to live at Home.) Senior Advocate Services is a Lifestyle Benefit that can assist employees with understanding […]

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