Business comes at you fast and no one can afford to get blind-sided by business issues hiding in plain view that matter to your bottom line.
Business Confidential Now gives you access to the business information you need to succeed in weekly interviews with thought leaders, experts, and authors who share their secrets for more business success. It’s everything from people management, sales, marketing, and finance, to corporate governance and risk management.
These are the trusted advisors, the ones Big Business pay big bucks for, who are quietly igniting change behind closed doors and transforming businesses around world. Check out our past episodes and subscribe to the show.
Hosted by Hanna Hasl-Kelchner, Esq.
I’ve been a trusted advisor for more than 35 years, helping influential decision makers ranging from start-ups to the S&P 500 to the White House and I’ve seen first-hand how what you don’t know in business really can hurt you.
Even if you have one of those fancy Ivy League MBAs, it’s impossible to have all the answers – there are simply too many nooks and crannies in business to be good at everything.
I know first-hand because I HAVE one of those fancy MBAs, I’ve even taught at some of those fancy MBA schools and have been a practicing attorney.
BUT it is possible to discover where those nooks and crannies are, to learn what questions should be asked and to have some fun in the process.
That’s where Business Confidential Now comes in. It gives you access to business information you need to succeed.
Unlike most lawyers, I have both entrepreneurial and corporate experience. Growing up I had a front row seat to my parents American Dream, watching them build a successful business from scratch and later ran my own business before age 30.
I’ve sat on both sides of the desk and that’s why today I love to bridge the gap between business and law through public speaking, teaching and mentoring through Business M.O., LLC, and with M.O.’s Business Confidential Now podcast, to help entrepreneurs see business issues hiding in plain view.
Doing the right things in the right way is not only the right thing to do, it’s smart business because you’re creating a workplace where employees can be their best selves, contribute amazing things and skyrocket your business.
It lets you build a business that’s not only profitable; but, one you can be proud to tell your grandkids about some day. It also helps keep you out of court.
‘Common, you knew I had to mention that.