Episode 450: An Entrepreneur Attorney
Have you planned for every contingency when starting your business? Featured Guest Daniel Krohn specializes in “dispute prevention.” In our vignettes, Leisa interviews Shane Evans of Massage Heights; PKF’s Byron Hebert offers another Tool Time Update; Robin continues her discussion with Troy Pike, Parker School Uniforms; and Laura Max chats with Sandra Filer, The Happy Goddess.
Russ and John host the show that champions free enterprise and entrepreneurship. Welcome to new sponsor Comcast Business! Includes: our Quote of the Week—a clever observation from Despair Inc.’s founder Lawrence Kersten; This Week in Business History includes innovation like the first sewage disposal system, electric lighting, the Tour de France (launched in 1903!) and canned beer; the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak you should know; and Dumb Moments—bad news for the U.S.
Today’s guest is ACTUALLY a general business attorney with a focus on technology and Internet issues. But he likes to call himself a “dispute prevention” attorney, serving as a counselor for business relationships, such as disputes among co-owners or those considering starting a business. Krohn believes all the questions should be answered as early in the process as possible.
Today’s guest chose to leave her cush job as a banker to pursue a happier life. Laura Max chats with certified life coach Sandra Filer, The Happy Goddess.
Can strategies vary by market? Robin Tooms continues the discussion about brand strategy within the uniform business with Troy Pike, CEO, Parker School Uniforms.
They founded their business for a different clientele. Leisa Holland-Nelson interviews Shane Evans, co-founder and COO of Massage Heights.
Time is our most precious resource. Use yours better! Byron Hebert, director of Entrepreneurial Advisory Services at PKF Texas, offers another Tool Time Update.