There is nothing like the feeling of running a business. In this video about training entrepreneurs, I discuss how my father trained me to run a business one day. From my time sweeping the floors in his dry-cleaning establishment to taking the money to the bank, these experiences helped shape me into an entrepreneur.
Who would you rather bet on? Would you rather bet on that large employer or would you rather take the risk and bet on yourself? Check out this video for my easy answer.
As many in manufacturing know, Toyota was the company that really brought the lean business model mainstream. I’ve helped a number of companies introduce the lean production concept into their own business. Small businesses are often lean and therefore can offer great value at a lower cost than a big business.
Watch as I share how I received some of the best business experience in the world and grew to love business.
In my dad’s dry cleaning business I was able to work in production, sales, and management. Each role took time to learn and get good at, and each led me to the next step. All of it gave me my foundation of loving business.
• Small businesses are easy to work with.
• Small businesses don’t have teams of people or lawyer after lawyer analyzing every line of a contract.
• Small businesses are fast to respond.
• Small businesses are available.
• Small businesses can change course and can create new ideas.
These are just some of the reasons I give on why big businesses like small businesses. Watch the video to hear more reasons and the stories behind these reasons.