Here are the latest summaries:
SMB Community Podcast #5
Motivation, Inspiration, and Butt Kicking
March 25, 2010 - SMB Community Podcast #5 features a gaggle of business coaches helping you stay focused and looking in the right direction.
Contributors include . . .
- George Sierchio - Spending Time on Your Business
- Susanne Dansey - Work Life Balance
- Stuart Selbst - Report on Spring Training
- Excerpt from Erick Simpson's Service Delivery book
SMB Community Podcast #4
March Community Shout-Outs and News
March 24, 2010 - This episode features Community News, advice, and general tidbits.
This podcast includes community shout-outs (including one from an airplane), conference information, Job Search tips, speculation about cloud service offerings, and news from the Zenith Infotech/Autotask road show.
Older Shows Include . . .
- Lots of "Shout-Outs" to the SMB Community
- Reports on the SMB VOIP conferece (a very fun podcast)
- David Kelliher from GFI
- Excerpts Erick Simpson's Service Delivery Book
- Chris Timm
- Travis Austin
- Jeff Middleton
- And more!
Just call me on Skype (karlpalachuk), or use one of these phone numbers:
In The U.S:
Call L.A. Phone number 213-814-2289
In The U.K:
Call London Phone number +44 20 8144 8788
Call Sydney Phone number +61 2 8003 6966
Leave a voicemail and I'll do the rest.
Thank you to everyone who has contributed. We've got more in the pipeline. Just gotta have time to edit it all!
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April 1, 2010
- Join Karl at the Thames Valley SBSC Group / Symantec Offices in Green Park, Reading, UK
- Zero Downtime Migrations - 5:30 to 8:00 PM - Includes food!
For Details see Chris Timm's Blog
April 6, 2010
- Join Karl in Birmingham, England
- Appearing with Richard Tubb at the AMITPRO meeting.
- Visit AMITPRO for more info
April 17, 2010
- Join Karl in Miami, FL
- All Day Event. Includes Breakfast, Lunch, and 8 hours of information!
- Network Documentation and Network Migration
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