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Episode 14 - What You Need to Know About IP - with Clayton Wraith
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October 01, 2012 09:38 AM PDT
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Meet Clayton Wraith, an attorney in Nashville and expert on entertainment and small business law, specializing in Intellectual Property. Everyday we see news stories about the big guys getting into trouble with copyright infringement, from EA to Google to the Beastie Boys. Can it happen to you? People are posting all kinds of content and materials online and that’s an area that’s really churning when it comes to intellectual property, copyright, trademark laws. Listen to the advice Clayton has to share with us about how to keep ourselves out of trouble when we’re posting information out on the internet.
Episode 13: Dr Carmen April, Doing What Counts
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August 25, 2012 11:33 AM PDT
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Dr. Carmen April is a podiatrist, owner of Foot and Ankle Health Care Center. She's young, but has accomplished more in her lifetime than most, and best of all she's not done yet! Listen to this engaging and friendly powerhouse describe how she has learned to focus on the things that matter and accomplish it all.
Episode 12: Jeff Brasher - Maximizing the Value of Your Business
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August 07, 2012 02:51 PM PDT
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When is the best time to start planning your exit strategy from your business?  What can you do to maximize your profit when it's time to sell?  

Jeff Brasher, partner of Alliant Capital Advisors, shares with us his expert advice on buying and selling a business.  Learn what you absolutely must do now to get the best value.  Find out how you can get your business valuation and how you compare to industry standards.  

Episode 11: From Idea to Major Deals with GOBA's CEO John Dayani
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July 23, 2012 02:14 PM PDT
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Every entrepreneur's dream: come up with a good idea, find funding to make it real, and then ink some major deal to skyrocket your success. It happened to GOBA and it can happen for you. Listen to CEO John Dayani as he shares the story of GOBA and some business wisdom as well.
Episode 10: What does it take to be voted a best place to work? With G Squared Wireless
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July 01, 2012 07:50 PM PDT
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Named one of the Best Places to Work by Nashville Business Journal, G-Squared Wireless is doing something right. In today's work climate where we hear depressing statistics about employee engagement, morale and motivation, this company stands out as an example of cultural, policy and leadership models that brings out the best in their team. Hear from founders Heather Thomas and Diane McDaniel as they explain what they do differently that makes employees actually like working there. *Note: this version has been edited to be less than 30 minutes. For the full interview, along with the transcript, visit the Expert Interviews section of our website, http://nashvillesuccesssummit.com.
Episode 9: The Launch of Artist Growth with Matt Urmy
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June 25, 2012 05:07 PM PDT
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Have you ever thought of a product that you thought would be a good idea, but didn't know how to bring it to market? Well, that's exactly what Matt Urmy did. As an accomplished musician, he saw a need for a product and set out to create it. Never mind that he didn't have any business background, or deep pockets to fund it, or any experience creating mobile apps. He had a vision, sought out the resources he needed, and now he's involved in agreements with labels so big they are household names. How did he do it? He shares some of his experiences on this interview with us.
Episode 8: David Dutton, Nashpreneur, on Getting Connected
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June 07, 2012 09:42 AM PDT
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David Dutton is Founder of Nashpreneur.com, a community dedicated to supporting Nashville area entrepreneurs and business professionals. David is a serial entrepreneur know as the "most connected man on the internet". In today's interview, David shares his tips for: - getting connected to high visibility celebrities - building a referral marketing engine that works - 4 steps to a successful business Get the transcript! http://nashvillesuccesssummit.com
Episode 7: Recipe for Success - Choosing BBQ Pig over Pork Bellies
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October 21, 2011 09:48 AM PDT
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From Goldman Sachs to Pig of the Month: Hear from Lea Richards and how she transitioned from suffering in a corporate job to chasing her family’s insanely wild goose chase for the best barbecue. Lea shares how she did it and the traits that can make anyone successful.
Episode 6: After the Lay-off, Then What?
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October 06, 2011 11:48 AM PDT
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Special guest Valerie J Lewis Coleman shares her journey from engineer and math teacher to best-selling author, award-winning publisher and motivational speaker. Learn tips for publishing your own book while at the same time hear how Valerie changed her life after her career in the automotive industry ended. Some of the success tips she shares include: - Importance of staying focused & positive - Learning what your strengths are - Importance of mentoring & accountability - Why you need a support network
Episode 5: Can I Really Let Go of That Paycheck and Own My Own Business?
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August 30, 2011 08:36 AM PDT
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Listen to this interview with Greg Counts, Managing Partner of Software Counts LLC, where he discusses the transition from employee to entrepreneur. Find out what it is really like to own your own business and smart ways to quit your job that don't leave you penniless, stressed out and broke!

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