I decided what the world REALLY needs is another podcast. There just aren't enough people sharing their expertise, trying to put enough hooks in their content to make you circle back and make you hop, skip, and jump on a call.
My podcast is different. Just like everyone else's. I've decided to just record them in one shot without going back to do editing, so that's fun. I've also decided to focus on the same business development crud as everyone else, except (here's the actual differentiation) I'm focusing on MICRO business. You know, that thing that people used to mean when they said "small" business, except now that definition has become as fat and bloated as your regional manager.
So buckle up, tune in, give me some feedback so I can try to suck less, and give me a sub... if you're in to that sort of thing.
I'm Peter Buck, and this is Microbizmentors. We explore small business development topics in the context of ACTUAL small businesses. What you thought was "small business" is a lie. Real small businesses are the backbone of the economy: 93% of businesses in the United States are MICRObusinesses. As big businesses have gotten bigger, midsize businesses started calling themselves "small", and here we are. Today's definition of small business can mean a company with up to 1,000 employees and $500 million in revenue! Meanwhile the rest of us in the real world of small business try to compete on an unequal field, listening to advice that isn't relevant, worrying about things that we can't control because we don't have lobbyists.
So, tune in and let's tackle the real world challenges faced by real world microbusiness owners.