Tim Byrne Podcasts

How to avoid trade show disaster with Anthony Vinzi | Season 4 Episode 13
 I’ve been to more trade shows than most.  Lot’s more. Over the last 3 decades I have shaken a ...
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Government doesn’t create jobs, stupid! | Season 4 Episode 12
I think government is terrible at managing the economy. Despite politicians constantly rattling on about how many jobs they created ...
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The truth about how government spends your money | Season 4 Episode 11
I'm joined this week by the mayor of Barrie, Ontario. Jeff Lehman trained as an economist and worked in the ...
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This going to be such an incredible event. MediaEdge Communications Inc. is hosting an evening of incredible food and drinks at Elephant & Castle. Just a short walk from Buildings Canada and #PMExpo. It starts at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, December 4th! This night was built for The Canadian #RealEstateIndustry. I'm going to be hosting a special recording of the show featuring your comments, complaints and compliments. Hope to see you there! #CNN #ChuckNervickNight
CNN: Chuck Nervick Night | Season 4 Episode 10
This going to be such an incredible event. MediaEdge Communications Inc. is hosting an evening of incredible food and drinks at Elephant ...
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Social Media meets the trade show floor | Season 4 Episode 9
 It's time once again for another trade show!  I know what you're thinking, oh god no.  Trade Show's have ...
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S04E08 – Robot window cleaners and the apocalypse
It's hard to keep up with all the change underway in our industry.  Automation and robotic technology are about to ...
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A special Remembrance Day episode
This is a special day.  I wanted to mark Remembrance Day with a special episode of the show.  There are reasons ...
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Why insurance companies are like the mob | Season 4 Episode 7
I know what you're thinking.  Today's title makes it sound like I'm going to be talking smack about the insurance ...
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I love young entrepreneurs.  They inspire me.  I started my business when I was young.  But I made a ton of mistakes along the way.  It took my a long time to become a success.  That's why I'm so impressed when I meet a young person who is already a success.  That's why I wanted to invite Michael Morozov onto the show this week.  Michael founded his company when he was still in University.  By his second year he was making over six figures.  Now his business Aurum Property Care is one of the largest window cleaning companies in North America. In this episode Michael and I talk about how he managed that explosive growth.  He reveals why he had to design his own software system to manage all the moving parts of his buisness.  That investment cost nearly $500 thousand.  Eventually his company outgrew that system.  So he decided to move to Salesforce instead.   That decision wasn't easy.  And it wasn't cheap.  So was switching to Salesforce worth the expense?  Find out more! ____________________________________________________ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/timbyrnealmostlive TWITTER: https://twitter.com/timbyrnealmost  FACEBOOK: http://www.Facebook.com/TimByrneAlmostLive
The one reason why you should never work with your wife | Season 4 Episode 6
  I had to learn this one the hard way.  Working with your partner can be extremely difficult.  To ...
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Is Salesforce really worth 20k a month? | Season 4 Episode 5
I love young entrepreneurs.  They inspire me.  I started my business when I was young.  But I made a ton ...
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Tim loses his mind while giving sales advice | Season 4 Episode 4
It's time for a little Timology!  Today I'm talking about preparing for the worst.  Every salesperson has heard the same ...
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Do you really need to go to school? | Season 4 Episode 3
Friends, let me say it this clearly.  University is a giant waste of money!  Well, not always, of course.  If ...
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Tim reveals his darkest secrets | Season 4 Episode 2
Have you ever heard the term TMI?  As in, too much information?  TMI could be the subtitle of today's episode.  ...
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I hate wasting money.  And there's no quicker way to blow your cash than by wasting your time.  I spend a huge chunk on time filling out pointless paperwork.  The problem is even worse for my service guys.  They will routinely spend 45 minutes waiting for somebody to sign off on their work order.  That doesn't sound like much but when you add up all that time for all my work crews it becomes very expensive.  Today on the show we're going to talk about the scourge of garbage paperwork and offer some solutions.   Guest: Dylan Gosine ____________________________________________________ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/timbyrnealmostlive TWITTER: https://twitter.com/timbyrnealmost  FACEBOOK: http://www.Facebook.com/TimByrneAlmostLive
How your business can save $300k a year | Season 4 Episode 1
I hate wasting money.  And there's no quicker way to blow your cash than by wasting your time.  I spend ...
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I have a serious allergy.  I'm allergic to bullshit.  BS is everywhere in business.  Most sales people talk like they have a PhD in bullshit.  Which brings me to today's episode.  I saved the worst for last.  My guests this week work for some company that sells toilet paper.  Seriously.  But to hear them talk  you'd think they work for NASA.  I couldn't just release this episode without some kind of commentary.  I've peppered the interview with some reactions recorded after the fact.  These reactions basically boil down to one diagnosis.  These people have a fatal case of verbal diarrhea! INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/timbyrnealmostlive TWITTER: https://twitter.com/timbyrnealmost  FACEBOOK: http://www.Facebook.com/TimByrneAlmostLive
S03E31 – Tim vs. Corporate Bullshit – SEASON 3 FINALE!
I have a serious allergy.  I'm allergic to bullshit.  BS is everywhere in business.  Most sales people talk like they ...
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