Lorena Mosquera of LW&H Business Solutions drops in to talk to us about making your business leaner and more efficient, including the paramount importance of repeatability through SOPs. And, speaking of repeatability, we discuss the pros and cons of paper plates and whether they can or should be reused.
Karen Donaway of SKC & Co. CPAs joins us to discuss the benefits of working at the firm, advice for marketing your company during the pandemic and what it’s like being named Karen in 2021.
Clelia Pergola of the New Jersey Elder Law Center joins us for this discussion about the passion she brings to her work protecting seniors.
Shane Brockwell drops in to tell us about the value Insperity brings to its clients, as well as the value of Paul Newman’s Daytona Rolex, his time in military school and The Umbrella Academy.
Alisa McCabe of First Steps Financial joins us to talk about her team of accountants that actively listens to their clients’ dreams and goals so they can make them a reality.
Rachel Durkan of Paradigm Marketing and Design joins us to talk about how her business thrived during the shutdown and how you can too.
Tom Phillips of Thomas Edison State University, and chair of our new Diversity & Inclusion Council, joins us to talk about the importance of the Council, his advice for people feeling alienated and the wubble.
Rina Desai of Panasonic, and vice chair of our new Diversity and Inclusion Council, joins us to talk about how embracing her authentic self and unique voice has advanced her career.
For the 75th episode of Other People’s Business, we come to you live from the SobelCo Women’s Executive Breakfast where we interviewed Jacqueline Breslauer, Chief Audit Executive of Valley National Bank, on her career, mentoring and dreams for retirement.
Rosanne DeTorres, of DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law, returns to talk about the struggles of domestic violence victims during the COVID-19 quarantine and NJBIA’s new Women Business Leaders Council. Also, Vinnie makes good on an apology he’s owed Kate for two and a half years.
For any victims and survivors of domestic violence who need support, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233. If you’re unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to 22522.