Henry Kaestner: Lessons Learned in Entrepreneurship [Crowell School of Business]



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Henry Kaestner, Managing Principal at Sovereign’s Capital, shares lessons he’s learned as an entrepreneur.

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WAKE UP CHURCH – Zachery Tims and the BUSINESS of Church



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RIVA TIMS Does an interview with CBN talking about her marriage to Zachery Tims.

This video is a collection of some the news clips of the coverage of the death of the late Zachery Tims, who was Senior Pastor of New Destiny Christian Center (NDCC) in Florida. Tims passed away in a New York City hotel room face up in August of this year.

I respond in some commentary at the end, but in short, I’m tired of addressing the same topics to the same unrepentant people. I’m letting them go to their destruction if they choose.

If the remnant, the sleeping beauty is listening, let those who have an ear let them hear what the Spirit says to the churches, come out from among them.

These places aren’t churches IMHO, they are corporations, businesses which are run for the purposes of making merchandise of the saints.

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Gino Jennings | CREFLO DOLLAR AND HIS WIFE IS ON A CHURCH BUSINESS! | FALSE CHURCH!



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Acts 2:38 Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.

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From Church Pastor to ‘Filament Tattoo’ Owner | Small Business Revolution – Main Street: S1E4



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Matt Haynes is a former pastor who transitioned from the church to opening his own tattoo shop, Filament Tattoo Co., in downtown Wabash. Haynes had spent a lot of time in tattoo shops over the years and realized he could connect with people who would never have talked to him while wearing a suit and tie in his church.
When Amanda Brinkman and Robert Herjavec sit down with Matt, we learn that Filament Tattoo already has a strong brand and reputation in Wabash, but the three-year-old business needs help growing and reaching a broader audience to help it through the seasonality of the business. In Episode 4, the Deluxe team shows Filament how powerful a website and good photography are in telling your personalized story and marketing the “experience” customers can expect with you. With a few physical improvements to their exterior and a unique twist to their social media strategy, we help Filament change perceptions about tattoo shops in Season 1 of Small Business Revolution – Main Street.

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State-Licensed Food Truck Banned by Town: Family-Owned Business Threatened With $500 Daily Fines



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Two million tourists annually come to Wisconsin’s lovely Door County for breathtaking lakeside views, water sports, cherry picking and much more. Unfortunately, one town there—Gibraltar—has recently made Door County a little less lovely. In a fit of anti-competitive pique, Gibraltar has banned restaurants on wheels, to the detriment of the town’s entrepreneurs and their customers.

Lisa and Kevin Howard, along with Jessica and Chris Hadraba, learned this the hard way. The quartet owns a family business named White Cottage Red Door in Fish Creek, an unincorporated area in Gibraltar. After opening their store, they wanted to open a food truck on their property to feed hungry campers. To that end, they got state and county permits for their truck. But the truck’s first customer, Gibraltar’s constable, told them to stop vending. Gibraltar’s board demanded that Door County revoke the truck’s zoning permit. And when the county refused, the board passed a total ban on vending goods from mobile vehicles, including food trucks.

The ban makes no sense. White Cottage Red Door can sell cherry pie legally indoors at its brick-and-mortar store, but not at its truck parked a few feet away. The truck meets all of Wisconsin’s requirements for a safe restaurant. Indeed, the state even classifies it as a mobile restaurant. Nonetheless, Gibraltar will not let the truck’s owners use their own property to grow their business.

That is because members of the town board fear food truck competition. The board’s chairman owns a brick-and-mortar restaurant in Fish Creek. The board’s principal proponent of its ban works at another. And, after eating a food truck sandwich he called “out of this world,” a third board member cautioned that restaurants “should be up in arms.” But politicians should not be protecting restaurants’ profits from competitors’ sandwiches.

Fortunately, the Wisconsin Constitution acts as a check against towns trying to stack the deck in favor of industry insiders, and protects entrepreneurs’ right to earn an honest living. Gibraltar cannot ignore the state Constitution and stop White Cottage Red Door’s owners from supporting themselves on their own property.

Moreover, Wisconsin law preempts Gibraltar’s vending ban. Wisconsin courts have struck down far lesser attempts by cities to impose additional requirements on state-licensed businesses. So Gibraltar’s total ban on vending from licensed mobile vehicles definitely flunks state law.

Now, Lisa, Kevin, Jessica and Chris are fighting back. They have teamed up with the Institute for Justice to challenge Gibraltar’s vending ban and establish that vendors’ right to earn a living does not depend on whether their businesses have wheels or not.

Optimum Rope Access Solutions Success Story – West Texas A&M Small Business Development Center



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From window washing to 150 foot repelling, Todd Bentley’s business has evolved in an unexpected way! Todd started his own glass cleaning business, which pushed him into high rise cleaning. Once he began certifications to work at height, he saw a creative way to help: ropes. Optimum Rope Access Solutions provides the highest quality training, access, and rescue solutions for working at height and other challenging locations.

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Small Space Warehouse Business Condos For Sale – RE/MAX of Valencia Real Estate – Francis Lennarz



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Pokemon Go helping small business owners



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Dr. John Townsend: Leading With Grace [Crowell School of Business]



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Dr. John Townsend, a business consultant, leadership coach and psychologist, shares about how to lead with grace during this lecture. Learn more about John Townsend and find resources from him at

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