Tony Rose is a Founding Partner of Rose, Snyder & Jacobs, a full-service transdisciplinary tax and accounting team that specializes in all aspects of assurance, business advisory needs, mergers and acquisitions, and more. At Rose, Snyder & Jacobs, Tony delivers tax and management consulting advice to corporations, family-owned businesses, partnerships, and high-net-worth individuals.
Tony has over 40 years of experience working with businesses in various sectors, including manufacturing and real estate. In addition to being a Legacy Wealth Coach, he is also the author of Five Eyes on the Fence: Protecting the Five Core Capitals of Your Business and Say Hello to the Elephants.
Money is essential to a successful business. But, if you’re a business owner or entrepreneur, you know that chasing money typically leads to failure. So, what is the key to growing your capital, achieving success, and making a greater impact with your business?
According to financial expert Tony Rose, four factors produce money and success for businesses: intellectual capital, social capital, structural capital, and, most importantly, humanity. As he says, if you can master all four elements, you are guaranteed to build a sustainable and profitable company. That’s because these elements help you create better processes, forge stronger relationships, and grow a more valuable business.
In this episode of Growth to Freedom, Dan Kuschell sits down with Tony Rose, a Founding Partner of Rose, Snyder & Jacobs, to discuss the keys that unlock a successful, sustainable, and profitable business. Tony reveals the four types of essential capital that will help your company make money and explains how to leverage them in your business. He also shares his top financial advice and resources for business owners. Stay tuned to discover how to go beyond the numbers and achieve greater success today!
Morvarid (Mori) Taheripour is a globally recognized executive, negotiation expert, author, and consultant. For almost 20 years, she has taught Negotiation and Conflict Resolution at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where she also co-founded the Wharton Sports Business Initiative. Mori is a six-time recipient of awards for excellence in teaching and is also the author of Bring Yourself: How to Harness the Power of Connection to Negotiate Fearlessly.
Mori is also the Principal of MT Global Strategies, where she delivers negotiation training, sports consulting, and social impact consulting to help industry-leading organizations achieve worldwide success. Her past clients include Major League Baseball (MLB), Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), United Parcel Service (UPS), and more.
What negotiations do you make on a daily basis? While difficult conversations like negotiations over business deals or partnerships may come to mind, Mori Taheripour says that negotiations happen from the moment you wake up in the morning to the moment your head hits the pillow at night. So, how would it impact your life if you could become a better negotiator today?
As a negotiation expert, Mori has helped dozens of companies, organizations, and business leaders master the art of negotiation. According to her, the key to negotiating isn’t about aggression or transaction — instead, it’s about tapping into your human connection and speaking with empathy, respect, and kindness.
Join Dan Kuschell in this episode of Growth to Freedom as he joins Mori Taheripour, a globally recognized negotiation expert and the Principal of MT Global Strategies, in conversation. Mori shares her tips for becoming a better negotiator today and explains how to navigate negotiations if you’re typically a people pleaser. She also reveals the importance of taking time for self-reflection and speaking with empathy and respect. Stay tuned for more!
Dan Kuschell is an accomplished entrepreneur, business advisor, and author. He currently runs Breakthrough3x, a company that helps founders and entrepreneurs triple their profits and impact without multiplying their workload and stress.
Dan has owned 11 companies since 1992, building multiple businesses with revenues exceeding eight figures before selling. He is also the host of the Growth to Freedom podcast, where he interviews industry leaders and experts in a variety of fields.
If you’re an entrepreneur or business owner, chances are you have a number of opportunities coming your way every week, month, and year. But, you only have a limited number of hours in the day. So, how do you determine what — or who — to say yes to?
According to Dan Kuschell, the best way to weed through your options is to make decisions based on your core values. Recently, Dan was offered an opportunity to coach his local high school football team. But, before saying yes to the time commitment, he asked the current coaches about the core values of the team. Their response — to play hard, play smart, play together, and play true — aligned directly with Dan’s core values. Because of this, he felt confident taking on the role of football coach without worrying about losing his freedom in his personal and professional life. So, what are Dan’s strategies for identifying and staying true to your own core values?
In this episode of Growth to Freedom, Dan Kuschell talks about the power of aligning your core values with your decision-making. As an entrepreneur, you have a lot of opportunities to choose from, but it can be difficult to determine when to say yes and when to say no. That’s why Dan is here to share his strategies for setting boundaries and accepting the kinds of opportunities that will help you achieve greater freedom in your life and business. Stay tuned!
Gail Kingsbury is the Founder of Speak and Grow Rich, a method and community that helps entrepreneurs find valuable speaking opportunities, grow their businesses, and build their audiences. With over 30 years in the personal development industry, Gail has created New York Times best-selling strategies for top business leaders. Her company, Real Wisdom Media Group, is considered one of the best conference planning sites on the internet.
Speaking opportunities have always been some of the best ways for business leaders to reach their ideal audiences, connect with clients, and grow their businesses. But, over the past year, the way people are engaging with these audiences has changed. So, with the transition from physical events and stages to virtual ones, how can you continue to impart your message and make a greater impact?
As speaking expert Gail Kingsbury says, the most successful speakers right now are the ones who know how to reach through the camera and connect with their audience. Whether you’re speaking to five people or five thousand people, making a connection that leaves an impact is crucial. Today, Gail is here to share her expert tips and tricks for effectively reaching your audience and achieving your next big business breakthrough.
Gail Kingsbury, the Founder of Speak and Grow Rich, joins Dan Kuschell on this episode of Growth to Freedom to share her top speaking strategies for business leaders. Listen in as Gail discusses how to reach your audience on a virtual stage, why you should focus on the benefits instead of yourself, and the biggest speaking mistakes to avoid today. Stay tuned for more!