Matt, owner of Xocolatl Chocolate, discusses business during the pandemic. That said, this pandemic is a change unlike anything else. Paul talks to small business owners about the changing terrain. That said, this pandemic is a change unlike anything myself or anyone else has ever really seen. Katherine: We found out today, a big piece of the equipment that we are waiting to arrive, it was coming from China. Paul: We started recording the show when the pandemic hit the West, and it was the elephant in the room that kept getting larger Paul: As business owners, we obviously need to keep making money, but this is a really weird place for us all to be in. I truly believe that entrepreneurs get into business to solve problems, and right now, there are a lot more problems than solutions, which means, this is a moment in time when business owners can adapt, shine, and do what they do best.
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In this podcast Paul Jarvis, designer and author of Company of One, has thoughtful conversations with small business owners and entrepreneurs negotiating new economic realities from the COVID pandemic. Listen on Apple Podcasts. In this final episode, Paul checks in with his first four guests to see how their businesses are doing, and how they are showing up for their communities amid yet another global crisis. Michelle, a race director, explains what it takes to plan and cancel a marathon. Paul talks to creative force Tina Roth Eisenberg about how the pandemic has forced her to interrogate what matters, and knowing when to let go. Even if that means letting go of your business. How do you market during a pandemic with integrity? Paul talks to small agency owner, Sarah Williams, on how some big companies miss the mark communicating during a crisis, and how small businesses are critical to the community. Paul talks to Martin, co-founder of Cosmic Kids Yoga, about the incredible spike in viewers during the pandemic and how it all points back to one thing: being of service. Over the course of the last month, we started dividing the world into BC and AC before and after coronavirus.
Photo by AndyArt Photography. What's Hicks been up to lately? We caught up with him during a recent phone interview. Photo courtesy of Taylor Hicks. Theme song for "The Paul Finebaum Show". If you follow Hicks on social media, you know he's an avid fan of SEC football. The tune, "Call Paul," made its debut in January. It's something I never thought I'd be doing, but the music fell right in line, with the lyrics and the story. Having known Paul as long as I do, I know what his listeners like and what his show is all about.