Carol Roth is a national media personality, ‘recovering’ investment banker, investor, speaker and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Entrepreneur Equation. She is currently an on-air contributor for the national cable television station CNBC, the pre-eminent name in business news, and the host and co-producer of The Noon Show, a current events talk show on WGN Radio, one of the top stations in the country. Carol multimedia commentary covers business and the economy, current events, politics and pop culture topics.
Carol has helped her clients complete more than $2 billion in capital raising and M&A transactions. She is a Top 100 Small Business Influencer (2011 &2012) and has her own action figure.
While we all begin our business endeavors with boundless energy and excitement, as time goes on and we get caught up in the day-to-day, the dreaded feelings of business burn-out can start to set in. Read More
Since Twitter goes by so quickly, here are some great posts and videos from the past week, some of which I have contributed to and some of which were brought to my attention, that you may have missed. Business Strategy/ Finance What Your Business Can Learn Read More
Having a solo business or a small business can be completely overwhelming. You are responsible for the sales, marketing, strategic planning, office supply procurement, technology implementation and support – help! Even the most competent entrepreneur suffers from information overload and choice overwhelm. It is very easy Read More
Being a business owner is an emotionally, and sometimes physically, exhausting road of ups and downs. When you are in service of customers and clients, two things often happen: (i) You get burnt out; and (ii) You put your business goals on the back burner. However, Read More
Popularity has its perks. In high school, it was invitations to the best parties...In business, being popular creates the perception of credibility, opens up business opportunities and attracts new clients.
You can’t have a business without having customers and unfortunately, where there are customers, there are also “difficult” customers. We’ve all had to deal with them in varying degrees- the customers that argue, yell and complain, the customers that call/email constantly and want you to be Read More