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The Small Business Success Podcast, by Infusionsoft

The journey to success in small business is long and difficult—don’t go it alone. Join Infusionsoft co-founders Clate Mask (CEO) and Scott Martineau, two of the most respected names in small business, for an open and real conversation about what it takes to achieve the business growth you’re looking for. They’ll share triumphs, failures, and lessons learned in their 15-year journey from struggling entrepreneurs to executive leaders of a multimillion-dollar software company. Additional entrepreneurs from around the world join the dialogue to share small business tips and business inspiration. This podcast is dedicated to the brave, passionate professionals leading the charge for small business success everywhere in the world.
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Dec 7, 2016

Pamela Slim started out as a director at Barclays Global Investors and quit her job to become a consultant and found she was made to be an entrepreneur. Two books and a brand new startup space later, she’s working with small businesses across the nation to help them find their community and develop a local presence.

She talks with Clate Mask and Scott Martineau about how entrepreneurs—especially solo-preneurs—can find all the resources available to them, and finding their watering holes for community and customers.

Check out “Your Game Plan” for insights into how to strategically grow your small business.

Mentioned in this episode:

Escape From Cubicle Nation” by Pamela Slim

Body of Work” by Pamela Slim

If I Ran the Circus” by Dr. Seuss

Conquer the Chaos” by Clate Mask and Scott Martineau

Quiet” by Susan Cain

The Quit Alternative” by Ben Fanning

Watch the Facebook Live version of this podcast.

Check out this and other episodes at smallbusinesssuccess.com.

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