EP 158 | BOD™ Business Alert – March 23, 2020 with David C. Baker

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About this Episode

Now, more than ever, your ability to survive the impending recession will depend on the quality of your business decisions today. Entrepreneurial expert, David C. Baker shares some insights into what is to come and what to avoid.

In this episode we learn:

  • what does it mean to be a lagging indicator
  • resist the urge to widen your positioning
  • resist the urge to chase cash, rather than profits
  • get ready to make the tough decisions

About David C. Baker

David C. Baker is an author, speaker, and advisor to entrepreneurial creatives worldwide. He has written 5 books, advised 900+ firms, and keynoted conferences in 30+ countries. His work has been discussed in dozens of international publications. The NY Times referred to him as the expert’s expert. He co-hosts the most listened to podcast in the creative services field (2bobs).

www.thedesigncoach.com.au


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