Keyword: sbjLive
637 results total, viewing 1 - 20

COVID-19 Coverage: Lessons Learned

Brian Fogle, president of the Community Foundation of the Ozarks says they have been asking staff what they’ve learned working through the pandemic. Fogle says adaptability, dealing with isolation …

Intellectual Property may be intangible, but it can be one of the largest asset classes to a business. Ronald Baron, Senior Founding Counsel of Hoffman and Baron, LLP says you need to know how to …

Katherine Trombetta with the Missouri Job Center says if you’re looking for a specific job, don’t put your search on hold because of the pandemic. She especially encourages applicants looking for …

Toni Robinson, president of Springfield NAACP says they have to prioritize things in their life. Self care, time in nature and other daily practices help them stay balanced. Robinson is one of Springfield …

Could your website handle a spike in traffic? Taylor Otwell, CEO of Laravel says serverless computing allows you to focus on your business while someone else manages scaling of your web needs. …

Steve Edwards, president and CEO of CoxHealth, says the window of time when you can effect change is very brief. Edwards says one leader demonstrated the boldness to push forward and defy the status …

Jamie Tillman, owner of Canna Bliss, was denied permits to open five medical marijuana dispensaries in the Springfield area. She says the financial loss was devastating but she intends to regroup and …

Michael Wehrenberg, president of Wehrenberg Design Company says the “The 4-Hour Workweek,” by Timothy Ferriss opened his eyes to new possibilities. He says Ferriss’ work was influential in …

Michael Frizell says when they decided to do the Infamous Tiger King comic book, they knew it would have to be something more than what people have seen on Netflix. Frizell says PETA provided …

Speaker, coach and writer Erika Gerdes left a twelve year career at Google because she felt something was missing in her life. Gerdes says she had to be honest with herself about what she wanted from …

Andy Drennen, founder of Blend For That says it’s important to have contingency plans. When supply chain issues caused shortages of ingredients and packaging, they used their current inventory to …

Greg Pope, owner and master distiller of Missouri Ridge Distillery says they’re maintaining a small margin of profitability after switching to producing hand sanitizer. Pope says the fact that they …

Life coach Ann Leach says she’s adapted a technique from working as a therapist to help business clients. Inserting, “until now,” in a sentence helps open your mind to the opportunity of …

Just because it’s temporary doesn’t mean it can’t be comfortable. Todd Nielsen, chief strategy officer with JMark, says a few simple tips can help keep you focused and productive in your home …

Brian Fogle, president of the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, says their experience with natural disasters has proven helpful in dealing with the pandemic. Fogle says you must look long term to …

Patrick Nett, owner of Thai Express, says keeping a good work atmosphere helps him and his employees keep their minds off the pandemic. He says his family and customers’ appreciation make it easier …

Independent business consultants Mary Overbey, Lucas Walker and Damion Trout have been discussing how businesses may be different after coming back from the pandemic. Owners may need to reassess …

In addition to feeding people in need with Hillbilly Smokers, Paul Allen has been spending a lot of time with his children. With school cancelled, Allen has been keeping his daughters occupied with …

Chrystal Irons, director of the Missouri Small Business Development Center at Missouri State University says she likes to have a team debrief each business day. Irons says leadership and …

With some employees returning to work after the shutdown, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has set requirements regarding what an employer can and cannot do under ADA, the …

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 32 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
A Roundup of Practical and Inspirational Coronavirus Information