Author Archive | Barry Moltz

#436 Founder Ellen Latham Shares How OrangeTheory Fitness Reached $451 Million and 630 Locations in a Crowded Marketplace

Introduction On this episode of Business Insanity Talk Radio, we first talk to the founder of OrangeTheory Fitness on how her company became one of today’s fastest growing companies. Next, we’ll show you how to survive the tough times that inevitably face every brand. Plus, did you know that it is your responsibility to put […]

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Where Will You Work in Office of the Future?

When I graduated college in the 1980’s, employees worked in a floor full cubicles and managers were located in walled private offices. At the turn of the millennium, the office of the future blew this concept up and there were open floor plans where team members were seated at tables or side by side desks […]

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How Will “Trumpcare” Affect Your Small Business

  There has been alot of discussion in Congress about healthcare and the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or as it is also called Obamacare. Regardless of how you think healthcare insurance should be bought or provided in this country, all the indications are that the proposed new American Health Care Act (AHCA) […]

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Social Media Marketing- Now on Demand!

The internet has proven itself to be a wonderful medium for sales, and social media is the most fertile frontier in the infinite internet. At least, it is in theory: most small businesses (and many large ones) still don’t understand how social media can score them more customers and profits. If you’re sick of feeling […]

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Do You Have a Fireball of Greed?

There’s an incredible story in the New York Times of a greedy, power-driven stock market trader who gave it all up. Sam Polk wrote about his journey that started in college and ended as the head of a non-profit, with a profitable stop on Wall Street on the way there.  What makes his story amazing and a […]

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Misspell wisely

It seems counter-intuitive, but sometimes it’s okay to be casual in business communication. But it’s important to know when it’s appropriate. I’m very busy, so my emails can be quite casual and quick. I might respond with just a couple of words, but that’s usually to people I already know. If I’m contacting someone for […]

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