December 21, 2014

Barry Moltz


Barry Moltz Barry Moltz gets small business owners unstuck. With decades of entrepreneurial ventures as well as consulting with countless other entrepreneurs, he has discovered the formula to get business owners marching forward. His newest book, BAM! shows how in a social media world, customer service is the new marketing.

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  1. These are some of the most common pitfalls that small businesses can fall into. Joining a mastermind group has helped me with long-range goals and day-to-day issues. It is imperative not to think you have to do it all by yourself. Thanks for an invaluable list!

  2. Masterminds or mentoring groups are very advantageous

  3. I don’t fear failure. I fail success.

    Social media isn’t a strong skill for me when it comes to promotion.

    And, yes, I do have a problem asking for help.

  4. Barry, I love this post. I suffer from some of these, for sure. Asking for help, keeping up with my books… okay, maybe all of them.

    I appreciate the stark reminder to get it in gear!

  5. I hate to say it but the list is full of common-sense blunders. Fear underlies many of the aforementioned difficulties and, indeed, fear is one of the biggest obstacles for small business owners and entrepreneurs. Psychological principles explain most of the above problems. We need to take a look at our negative automatic thoughts and repetitive behavioral patterns and challenge the status quo of both. I have been able to skirt around or pass through such limitations by using brain-based techniques based on neuroplasticity. This is what I use with my small business owners and entrepreneurs. I currently have a FREE offer of a Transformational Thinking Template on my website which would be incredibly effective for people contending with these types of problems. Go to essentialscoaching.net and click on “To My Success”. Keep practicing the template’s content and I assure you that most of the above difficulties will no longer prevail. Dr. Simone Ravicz

  6. I definitely agree on the area of personal calls. It is not really good to hear about problems and personal purchases on the office especially if you’re the employee. I wonder why some people just cannot separate their business from their personal lives.

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