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Entrepreneurship – Part 2

In this episode of The Lazy CEO Podcast, Jim Schleckser continues his conversation with Joel Trammell, the Founder of Texas CEO Magazine and the Co-founder of American CEO. They talk about what makes a good business and a bad business, the characteristics a CEO must have, and the most common issues CEOs usually face. Joel also talks about what he learned from his many businesses through the years and the secret to his most successful ventures.

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Entrepreneurship – Part 1: Challenges of a CEO

In this episode of The Lazy CEO Podcast, Jim Schleckser sits down with Joel Trammell, the Founder of Texas CEO Magazine and the Co-founder of American CEO. They talk about the challenges CEOs face everyday when making crucial decisions for their businesses. Joel also talks about what being an executive means and why hiring should be a continuous process when building a successful company.

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The Importance of a Strong Business Model

In this episode of The Lazy CEO Podcast, Jim Schleckser sits down with Jason Boyce, Founder & CEO of Avenue7Media. They talk about how to competitively navigate the marketing world and achieve success. Jason emphasizes the importance of having a flexible business model, shares tips for adapting to a competitor’s strategy, and what to do when things don’t go according to plan.

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From CEO to CEO Advisor

From CEO to CEO Advisor

In today’s episode of The Lazy CEO Podcast, Dr. Jeremy Weisz sits down with Jim Schleckser, CEO of The CEO Project, to discuss how CEOs can streamline and advance their careers. Jim shares the common mistakes CEOs make, advice for establishing organizational development, and how the five hat model helps CEOs identify the kinks in their business.

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