Recent Interviews: Management - Operating - Planning

Patricia Sigmon
How one Baby Boomer reinvented herself instead of retiring
Pat Sigmon joins Jim Blasingame to report on the journey she took after selling her business in order to reinvent and redirect her life and career instead of retiring.
Patricia Sigmon
How to rent an executive vice president instead of hiring one
Pat Sigmon joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how her new venture pairs small business CEOs with veteran business consultants who act as part-time vice presidents and you pay for them by the hour.
Ami Kassar
Why isn’t there anything about entrepreneurs in the American Jobs Plan?
Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to report that the American Jobs Plan is all about government but nothing about where jobs really come from – entrepreneurs.
Now is a good time to take time off to reboot post-pandemic
Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to recommend that as we’re making the shift from mid-pandemic to post-pandemic, now is a good time to take a vacation and reboot your brain and perspective before the new whirlwind begins.
Ami Kassar
The post-pandemic economy will include multiple pivots of your business model
Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the post-pandemic economy will continue to evolve over the next two or three years, and what you’ll have to do to adjust to those changes.
Wally Bock
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to reflect on the past 23 years of collaborating on Jim’s show as they reported on how technology has evolved and grown since then.
Cleta Mitchell
Cleta Mitchell joins Jim Blasingame to reflect on the exact project she was working on on behalf of small businesses the day she was the first guest on Jim’s show in 1997, including grass roots organizing of small businesses.
Cleta Mitchell
Cleta Mitchell joins Jim Blasingame to be the last guest on his program (she was also his first guest in 1997) to warn every American that there are internal forces that intend to destroy the American way of life.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals that he is ending his program after over 23 years with the story about why he began broadcasting every weekday in 1997, and why that same motivation kept him going – small business owners, and thanked the sponsors that supported him, especially Insperity for 18 years.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame signs off with his audience in this next-to-last segment continuing his goal of helping small businesses success by re-emphasizing that they focus on THE School fundamentals.