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                        24... 360°... 365... Yes, You Can Be A Global Business

                        How do I keep relationships positive?

                        Answer: Marty Edelston says, "Modify Your Behavior."

                        The good news is that Marty listened to his adult children and went into therapy. He worked on himself to modify his leadership style.

                        Stamford, Connecticut: In this episode of the show we go inside one of the most productive businesses in the world (using the ratio, gross income to total number of employees). Where the Fortune 500 companies average under $300K per employee; in this small business, it is over $1M per employee.

                        How can any business be so productive? You'll learn right here.

                        Marty Edelston, founder of Boardroom, Inc. started this company in 1971. Today they are the publisher of the world's largest subscription-based newsletter, BottomLine Personal; this business with just 78 employees will do over $80 million in sales. This is about five times the productivity rate of the Fortune 500 companies.

                        Marty was 47 with three children at home when he quit his job as a salesman in the publishing business. He had worked for some of the country's biggest companies and felt there was a need for a publication that ". . . helps people live their lives in this increasingly hostile world."

                        All the key ideas and videos of this episode...


                          ?   All day, in every time zone, in every country and region, every day:   24-360-365
                          ?   Go for the gold. But, have perspective and commonsense, and be grounded.
                          ?   Entrepreneurs are change agents in their industry and our world.  Are you?
                          ?   Let's reach for the stars and get to the moon (first landing, July 20, 1969).


                        Every fiscal crisis is a real stimulus to our imaginations.

                        INVENT THE FUTURE. YES, YOU CAN. Entrepreneurs do not wait for somebody else to do it. They just do it themselves. They take on the big challenges. They're not afraid what others think:  "...that's stupid. You're crazy! What a fool." It is so much easier to say, "That can't be done."  So what are you waiting for?       More...

                        You do have a special genius!  ... but do you have the deep motivation to use it?
                        ? Energy crisis? Clean water crisis? Let's breakthrough academic limits.  More...
                        ? Clean air crisis?  Garbage crisis? Open-space crisis? Let's get bold.   More...

                        Question: Where is the most-valuable, least-expensive real estate on earth?

                        Break the back of fanaticism.  Grasp and explain the shared foundations of religion and the sciences so fanatics, severely limited intellectually, can be redeemed.     More...

                        Always more... Solve any global crisis and that business will quickly become a billion business  in less than a lifetime.

                        Here is life's relentless drive toward perfection...

                        Blastoff to the International Space Station

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                        Starting with a weekly half-hour show on PBS stations in 1994,  this television show also aired around the world through the Voice of AmericaShot on-location - all insights from small business owners selected by their peers,  learn about the power of business and how values and vision inspire and motivate.   More..

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