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Having owned small businesses several times over, including selling one for over a million dollars, Barry Moltz understands how to help businesses get unstuck. Why? He likes helping business owners take their vision and passion to the next level.
At Sage Summit, Barry will be covering a session: “You Need to Be a Little Crazy: The Truth About Starting and Growing Your Business.” Not only will he help business owners take their businesses to the next level, Barry will talk about the fundamentals, including how “You need to be comfortable with getting uncomfortable.” Every day is a new adventure with new information and changes.
In this podcast, Barry talks about what people can expect in his session, including how to help small business owners.
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Barry Moltz is one of the founders of Shafran Moltz Group, a consulting company that helps get businesses unstuck. He’s also part of an angel investor group, an angel fund, and is a former advisory member of the board of the Angel Capital Education Foundation.
Barry’s written several books to help small businesses, including You Need to Be A Little Crazy: The Truth about Starting and Growing Your Business and his most recent one, How to Get Unstuck: 25 Ways to Get Your Business Growing Again.
Ed Kless is the senior director of partner development and strategy for Sage. He is a contributor to industry publications, including the Journal of Accountancy and Harvard Business Review, and has spoken at many conferences worldwide on project management, pricing, and knowledge workers. In addition, Ed is senior fellow at the VeraSage Institute. He lives north of Dallas with his wife and two children and ran for Texas State Senate in 2010 and 2012 as a Libertarian.
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