What did Newton Know about Action in Small Business | Up and to the Right | Episode 054

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What did Newton Know about Action in Small Business | Newton’s 3rd Law I put a lot of effort into running and growing my business. I’m sure you do too! What do we get for that effort? I’m not talking about. the long-term effects of our actions resulting in new revenue or market growth. What reaction do we expect from this particular action? Let’s get… mechanical! You’ll find highlights below. Watch the livestream recording or listen to the podcast version on your favorite podcatcher for all the details!

Working ON Your Business With FLOW and Megan Denae Anderson | Up and to the Right | Episode 053

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Working ON Your Business With FLOW and Megan Denae Anderson | Up and to the Right | Episode 053 If you picked two words to describe entrepreneurship they would very likely be longly and busy. Really… REALLY busy! I can speak from personal experience that being a small business owner can leave you feeling alone as well as fill your time with a stream of seemingly critical tasks. How can entrepreneurs like you find kindred spirits that share common experience AND get the opportunity to work ON your business by accomplishing focused work? Let’s get… into the FLOW! You’ll find highlights below. Watch the livestream recording or listen to the podcast version on your favorite podcatcher for all the details!

What did Newton Know about Making an Impact as a Small Business | Up and to the Right | Episode 052

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Making an Impact as a Small Business | Newton’s 2nd Law Everything we need to know about making an impact as a small business… Newton knew in 1686!? Really? Newton’s 2nd Law states that Force = Mass * Acceleration. How can understanding one of the fundamental laws of physics help us make an impact as a small business? Is changing the world as easy as Force = Mass * Acceleration? Well yes… and no. Let’s rewrite that a bit. Mass = Resources Acceleration = Momentum Force = Impact How about: Impact = Resources * Momentum? You get the idea. There are advantages to thinking about business from the perspective of physics. Let’s get… mechanical! You’ll find highlights below. Watch the livestream recording or listen to the podcast version on your favorite podcatcher for all the details!