Ruth King

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More and more people are developing small business applications for the many "smart phones." Ruth King is one of those and she joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the new iPhone applications she's created and others she's working on so that small business owners can acquire information on their mobile devices.
What questions should you be asking yourself about next year? Ruth King and Jim Blasingame talk about the 5 questions (Jim adds a 6th one) to ask about operating your small business successfully in 2010.
Creating residual income - the work that keeps on giving is something Ruth King talks with Jim Blasingame about this, including several specific examples of how to set an income stream in place and just maintain it over time.
Do you follow astrology? Ruth King joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the idea of how astrological circumstances may play a part in how customers behave and markets respond.
Video-conferencing technology and applications are available and ready to change your world, according to Ruth King, as she joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how this exciting capability can help you operate your small business more efficiently.
What does a small business have to do to survive a recession? Ruth King and Jim Blasingame discuss staying focused, with a realistic attitude about how to define success, and especially, doing a good job of managing cash.
Are you a candidate for a micro-loan? Ruth King first talks with Jim Blasingame about the current economic situation, and then they move on to discuss the availability of micro-loans for small businesses including some from non-bank groups.
How much of your small business success depends upon your attitude? Ruth King tells Jim Blasingame that your attitude could be the single most important element in whether you succeed in business or not.
There are specific elements of small business performance that are essential for success, and Ruth King talks with Jim Blasingame about how to establish some of these, including a sales process and financial records.
Are you succumbing to the hand-wringing some people are doing about the economy, or are you fighting back? Ruth King and Jim Blasingame talk about why the best business are fighting back during a slow economy, and winning.