Business English Podcast | Corporate Finance | Business Development: The Balance Scorecard

In order to have a good view or the organization’s performance, you need to look at different areas of your business (or business in general) that affect each other.

Finance, customers, internal processes, and learning and growth are all part of it.  If one suffers, all suffer. Here are a number of stories and questions you need to ask yourself in terms of profitability.

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Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 8: Episode 21 | The Language of Meetings

When it comes to the decision making process and holding meetings, there’s a set agenda for you to follow. In this agenda will be objectives, priorities, data analysis, alternatives, pros + cons, and making the final decision. However, how can you open up sentences in these six categories? In today’s episode, I’ll give you a dozen ways to do so, along with hearing a completely discombobulated (confusing) meeting with constant interruptions. 

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Business English Podcast | Corporate Finance | Cash-flow Crisis

In business, there are certain ways to generate income when you’re dealing with a crisis. From a personal perspective, it sparks that creativity within one. However, we don’t always want to wait for a crisis to happen for us to be creative and act. In today’s podcast, we look at different ways, creativity, and what you’ve learned since the dawn of the pandemic.

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Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 7: Episode 21 | Conversation Gambits: What Topics to Avoid

When it comes to starting conversations, it’s really hit or miss. If you talk about football with a woman, more than likely they will be clueless. I was one-dimension about 11 years ago because I was so involved with sports while living in America that I couldn’t initiate conversations with anyone on other topics. If you find it hard to start conversations, you need to take notes in this podcast and start building up the conversation starters!

When People Get What They Want From You…

Boy, how often does this happen? Whether it’s some of my coaching students, getting their score before disappearing (and not telling me what their score was); or the language institutes that I’ve worked for who get what they want (financially) before disappearing.  How can you protect yourself from other’s agendas? In today’s podcast, I’ll give you the three “stop” doings. 

Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Investment | In-Company Interviews: Diversifying Your Assets

Think about, when COVID had first erupted last year, how prepared were you — financially? Good chance that you were on the outside looking in. Meaning, when everything shut down, you put all your eggs into one basket (your main income stream) and then POOF! Gone!

How about the second, third, fourth, etc…..times that the economy in your country had been shut down due to COVID?

What I learned was diversification, whether it’s your job, multiple streams of income, and even assets….it’s unbelievably important.

In today’s podcast, you will listen to three financial managers giving their opinions on diversification.

Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 7: Episode 8 | How to Initiate Conversations in Business Settings

Whether you’re at a seminar or your first-ever meeting, how do you initiate a conversation? Most of you find it daunting to do so and believe me, I was that same person back in my freshman year of high school. This was with my BAND MATES! Now, I’m a phenomenal conversationalist because I look at context clues, relate, use gambits and send jolts of energy and positivity in the initiation. In today’s podcast, I’ll teach you the basics of how you can do this in the world of business.

Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 7: Episode 3 | LinkedIn & Social Media

We’re back! Has connecting with people on LinkedIn ever presented new business opportunities? On LinkedIn, it’s a hit-or-miss market. Last year, I was supposed to start a new short stories series with a voice coach from Jordan, but after being stood up a couple times with zero communication, it failed.

However, did that make me put my guard up and never communicate with people anymore? No.

This year, I’ve connected with the phenomenal Lisa Catto, who appeared in a book I was reading. A wonderful Business English language teacher and solopreneur from Canada, and an international school teacher from Jordan….all through Linkedin, and just recently, I’ve connected with business coaches from Brazil, Turkey, and Chile.

Social media and LinkedIn could be either positive or negative — and it solely depends on the end-user.

Today’s Business English podcast is about that! Early Access ($5 a month) gets you all scheduled podcasts and $30 gets you templates, podcasts, webinars, and 1-hour of business English coaching!

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Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 6: Episode 31 | When CEOs Lack Empathy

If you work for a boss, manager, CEO or anyone above you that lacks empathy, your life will be miserable. In today’s interview, a CEO by the name of Graham says “if you’re not here at work, you don’t get paid” — indicating that ‘sick leave with pay’ is something he doesn’t impose. 

So, when funerals come, emergencies soar, COVID happens, he’s the type of CEO that will not give you a paid day off = lack of empathy. These people you should NEVER work for, so in today’s podcast, it’s going to be a passionate-filled tirade on these people who lack the number one quality in human existence.

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