Interview With Business In Blue Jeans Susan Baroncini-Moe

Known as “The Micro-Entrepreneur’s Mentor,” Susan Baroncini-Moe has been mentoring entrepreneurs and small business owners for over fifteen years. A veteran of the web industry, Susan has leveraged her unique fusion of business and technological knowledge, her experience in the personal growth industry, and her incredible brainstorming capabilities to transform businesses around the globe.

Specializing in working with micro-entrepreneurs (a word she coined to refer to businesses owned and operated by one or two people) in the service industry, Susan works with clients on four continents and is a sought-after trainer, business and marketing consultant, and public speaker. She holds a Master’s degree in social psychology, was trained by Nightingale-Conant, and is a certified practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming. She has read over 1,500 books on business, entrepreneurship, marketing, branding, sales, personal growth, creative thinking, and peak performance.

She has started successful businesses in both the profit and non-profit sectors, and has worked in academia and corporations. She has interviewed some of the most successful entrepreneurs, bestselling authors, and experts for her podcast, Business in Blue Jeans Radio, and has self-published three books and has been a featured contributor in two books.

Susan’s first entrepreneurial venture was a grape Kool-Aid stand in her front lawn (because everyone else was doing lemonade) when she was six. As a teenager, she ran a nannying and lawn care empire in her neighborhood. Because of how she has structured her businesses, she has traveled the globe and has tried over 100 hobbies and pastimes.

We will be talking about building a successful business. And yes, you can do it in blue jeans!

  • Can you really craft a business without wearing a suit and tie, have an expensive office and still be very successful?
  • Susan will talk about the 7 lessons of mega-successful entrepreneurs.
  • What are the first steps you should take when leaving your current job or having lost your job. Can you really build a business working from home?
  • Risk taking? Yes? No?
  • What is a “micro-entrepreneur?
  • Lessons that large corporations can learn from “little-guy” entrepreneurs.
  • Some of the misconceptions people have about work.
  • Hobbies and pastimes.
  • Traveling

Break a Record With Susan Baroncini-Moe

Break a Record with Susan Baroncini-Moe

And finally, we will be talking about Susan’s incredible challenge that is coming up at the end of this month where she will be making an official attempt at a Guinness World Record by running the world’s longest live uninterrupted webcast.

The current record stands at 24 hours, and was achieved by Bella Vista High School, in Fair Oaks, California, USA, between 22-23 February 2011. The record attempt began at 8:30 am on 22 February and lasted until 8:30 am on 23 February 2011. The theme of the webcast was multilingualism.

When Susan decided to attempt to break a world record, she wanted to make a difference with her attempt. She decided to leverage her connections in the marketing and business world to bring together the best and most well-known minds in the industry for what she called “a business and marketing extravaganza.”

The event will be broadcast live online at Break a Record With Susan, and will also be shown on a giant screen in Indianapolis, Indiana, where you can be a part of this record-breaking attempt by going to watch the webcast live and in person if you live in that area.

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