History: how, Michael and Simon are talking about the lessons we can take from history and the opportunities that we face today. Why is learning about history so important?
Sales process is a structured routine of actions that facilitate integration between sales and marketing and this will be the topic at today’s episode of M&S monthly podcast show where Michael and Simon will be speaking about this process, what should it consist of and where should you be poutting most of your energy.
Harlequins Rugby Club, the analogies between sport and business are commonplace. We talk about being at the top of our game, we toss ballpark figures around, we put the ball in someone else’s court. We have teams and coaches.
How to become a millionaire: This episode of the one-to-a-million podcast is very different to what has gone before. For a change Michael Crane, the podcast host, finds himself in the guest seat, being interviewed about his own business experience, and the reasons behind the show.
Latest networking insights: Michael and Simon have been recording the M & S show for a while now, and each episode brings powerful information and insights to the entrepreneurs who tune in. This month is slightly different. The episode was recorded, live, at an event, providing Michael and Simon’s unique blend of expertise and business wisdom not just to the podcast audience, but also to the entrepreneurs in the room at the King’s Summit in Kent, United Kingdom.
ADHD in Adults – Are you an entrepreneur? It’s a word we hear a lot, not least on this show. But it’s a word that can mean different things to different people. Michael’s guest this week is Marge Brown, and among the other topics of conversation she shares her definition of what makes someone an entrepreneur.
Side Hustle Business: Have you ever wondered how to take the raw ingredients of a business and mix up a delightful success?
This week’s guest, Lorraine Dallmeier has some great ideas to share based on her own experience of building a small side hustle into a multi-million-pound business.
Peer to Peer networks is the secret recipe to building a strong resilient business. And, this is the topic of our conversation on today’s M&S monthly podcast show. This episode brings not only the usual mix of insights and practical tips, but also news of an exciting business event that will be of interest to any entrepreneur.
Episode 39 Putting your best foot forward – On today’s episode, Michael is in conversation with Sarah Gittins, an inspirational business owner who shares her journey to success and provides great insights for anyone wanting to create or grow their own business.
Leadership in different settings – In this episode, Michael is in conversation with King James, the pastor of Favour House Church. It may seem that he is an unusual choice of guest for a business podcast, but if you listen in you’ll find out why his message is relevant to leaders in all walks of life.
following the Pilgrim’s Way from Southwark to Canterbury. This is the trail immortalized in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales but was a well-used pilgrimage route before Chaucer and his companions made it famous.
Important Lessons for a profitable bottom-line
In this episode Finn and Michael talk about Finn’s latest thinking and insights about the business he is planning. Despite being on holiday, Finn’s business brain is still working hard, a situation most entrepreneurs can relate to. A lot of the work that goes into a business, particularly in the early stages, is mental. We dream, plan, and learn.
Dealing with Crisis in the Spotlight
On today’s episode, Michael is in conversation with Ann Wright of Rough House Media who has an interesting personal business story, and great information for other business owners.
How to sell your business: There are a lot of buzzwords that bounce around in business, and companies are
increasingly jumping on descriptions like ethical, sustainable, and inclusive to position
themselves favourably. Today Michael’s Business Conversation is with someone whose business truly had to walk the ethical walk, while still making a profit. His guest, Sarah Hawke has a fascinating story to tell.
DEBT COLLECTOR: Today Michael’s Business Conversation is with Clayton Coke of PRMS Ltd. And this conversation raises a number of topics of interest to all entrepreneurs but will be of particular interest to any business owner who is concerned about cash flow in their business. The saying “Cash is King” is not new, but it stays as relevant as ever.
Sales: In this month’s show, Michael and Simon are talking about the difference between small ticket items and big-ticket items. And the difference is far more than just price.
Today’s episode of the One to a Million show is a bit different. It is a powerful practical example of applying a Winning Mindset. It’s a case study in the action of the ups and downs so familiar to every business owner.
Today Michael’s Business Conversation is with John Hayes, a man who went from messenger boy to successful business owner.
Startup Lessons: In today’s episode, Michael is in conversation with Rav Roberts. Rav is an entrepreneur and the CEO and co-founder of a digital health tech startup in London, called Pharma Sentinel Ltd. The business uses AI to predict, inform and prevent future health problems. It is designed to help people understand more about their own health and the medicines they use. It gathers anonymous data to improve its functioning and shares medical and pharmaceutical information from all around the world to help patients stay informed.
Winning mindsets – In today’s show, Michael and Simon look back over a recently completed challenge and talk about how their experience of that parallels their experience in the business.