We all need help sometimes

Let’s face it, we all need help every now and then. Running a business is not easy.

In episode #42 of the Nuclear Chowder Podcast we are going to deviate from our regular format. When I received the question I thought it would be great to answer here even if it is not a typical episode. Many other businesses have this same burning question. To help, I brought on a guest panel to answer this question posed to me by a client.

This client asked to remain anonymous. We decided we’d refer to this person as ‘Sam’ but that isn’t his real name.

Meet today’s guest panelists

Lori Ruff

The LinkedIn Diva, the voice of Influence Radio, Forbes and AGBeat top 50 industry influencer, author, keynote speaker and CEO of Integrated Alliances. Lori also has free Linkedin training on RockLinkedIn.com.

Dino Dogan

Dino is the founder of Tiberr.com, the Social Network for bloggers that sends over 2 million monthly visits (and growing) to its members. Dino is a recovering Network Engineer, Singer/Songwriter, and a Biz Blogger. By all accounts, he is a quiet reader but a loud Public Speaker.

Kevin O’Driscoll

Kevin is the owner of RIY Business Group, a business coaching firm in Connecticut for the owners of small to medium size businesses. He also runs an online e-university for business owners not yet ready for 1 on 1 coaching.

The problem

The question is from the owner of a large format printer. The company prints materials such as light pole banners and other large banners that your typical print shop cannot handle.

Currently his business is in trouble. His machines aren’t running with no customers on the horizon.

The owner admittedly is not good at marketing and doesn’t know where to start. What he wants to know is how to get customers in the door right now. Not in a month or two but today.

Do you want your question answered?

Did you enjoy the format of this episode? If you did and have a question of your own, leave it here in the comments, email, reach out to me on social media or leave it on the feedback line. Let me know if you want it kept anonymous as well.