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SignOn Radio #38: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Nov 12, 2008
A new era for entrepreneurs
The sky’s the limit for entrepreneurs (not age!)

SignOn Radio #37: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Oct 29, 2008
Looking for answers in a questionable economy
Tracking down scammers and spammers

SignOn Radio #36: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Oct 22, 2008
Hold ‘em or fold ‘em? What’s next for small business owners?
The “mind reading” of analytics technology

SignOn Radio #35: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Oct 15, 2008
Nature’s fingerprints provide blueprints for future innovation
A sleeping business that’s a Beauty

SignOn Radio #34: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Oct 8, 2008
The future of science requires us to BE WiSE today
At Red Door Interactive, “jerks” are shown the exit door

SignOn Radio #33: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Sept 24, 2008
Credit Lehman’s ASSets
Fending the fees – tips for managing legal matters

SignOn Radio #32: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Aug 20, 2008
Locate the nearest exit
Science education is more than a small problem

SignOn Radio #31: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Aug 13, 2008
Money isn’t everything
Getting “generations apart” together

SignOn Radio #30: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – July 30, 2008
Turning failures into accidental discoveries
Purpose, potential and the power within

SignOn Radio #28: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – July 16, 2008
Lee Iacocca challenges leaders to fill driver’s seats
Preventing mistakes beats fixing them

SignOn Radio #27: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – July 9, 2008
Mapping the Financing Trail
Becoming Brain Brilliant

SignOn Radio #26: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – June 25, 2008
Get a second life
An intelligent look at Intellectual Property

SignOn Radio #25: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – June 18, 2008
Can manufacturing survive in high-tech San Diego?
The first lady of wireless “dances” with the technology stars

SignOn Radio #24: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – June 4, 2008
The entrepreneurial tempest…don’t wait for nature to nurture strong performers
Failure is a dress rehearsal for success

SignOn Radio #23: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – May 21, 2008
Prepare your own agenda
Enterprising America’s future

SignOn Radio #22: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – May 14, 2008
What drives the “I think I can” entrepreneur?
Colbert effect: fact or fiction?

SignOn Radio #21: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – May 7, 2008
Finding the Filet Mignon in spam
Noodling your way to success

SignOn Radio #20: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – April 30, 2008
One man’s dinghy is another man’s yacht
Envisioning a solar future

SignOn Radio #19: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – April 23, 2008
Gambling on your company’s future?
Corporate America gets a “free lunch”

SignOn Radio #18: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – April 16, 2008
“D” is for debt…and dangerous
Bootstrapping a Biotech Start-Up

SignOn Radio #17: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – April 11, 2008
Solidus Networks proved the Greater Fool Theory is still alive
Office politics shouldn’t be deadly

SignOn Radio #16: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – April 4, 2008
Why does the US send the best and brightest away?
KidZui: adding the “eye” to Internet for kids

SignOn Radio #15: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – March 28, 2008
Are you a mentorable CEO?
Starting the next Qualcomm

SignOn Radio #14: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – March 21, 2008
Get into the game–from the sidelines to the headlines
Marketing on You Tube instead of the boob tube

SignOn Radio #13: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Mar 14, 2008
Trimming options may be the best option
Not your average “Joe”

SignOn Radio #12: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Mar 7, 2008
Love-hate business relationships… and how they fit into productive teams
Transforming science into sustainable semiconductor manufacturing

SignOn Radio #11: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Feb 29, 2008
The list is endless… what’s next for Craigslist
The boss has a right to know… or does he?

SignOn Radio #10: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Feb 22, 2008
True customer service is always open
Green technology attracts the green

SignOn Radio #9: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Feb 15, 2008
Accidental innovation
Raising a family and a business

SignOn Radio #8: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Feb 8, 2008
Still want to be king? Do what’s best for the company and grow rich
Hi-tech solutions for improving productivity

SignOn Radio #7: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Feb 1, 2008
Finders, keepers…tips on finding and keeping customers and cash
Reaching milestones with venture capital

SignOn Radio #6: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Jan 25, 2008
Negotiating by concession rather than aggression yields results. A coffee entrepreneur cashes in on the organic trend
Outsourcing employee administration makes cents. Negotiations, like puzzles, come together when all of the pieces are visible

SignOn Radio #5: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Jan 18, 2008
Don’t make the mistake of worrying about making mistakes. ARISIS CEO Dean Rosenberg, winner of CONNECT’s Most Innovative New Products Award shares how failures lead to fortunes
Helping women entrepreneurs grow sustainable businesses is the goal of Nell Merlino, founder of Count Me In and the Make Mine a $Million Business program. Neil and Barbara offer a smorgasbord of entrepreneurial thoughts and tips

SignOn Radio #4: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Jan 4, 2008
Planning “right” turns for your business
The business, the boardroom and the bedroom
The business, the boardroom and the bedroom; and The Elevator Ride
Businesses without borders

SignOn Radio #3: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy – Dec 21, 2007
Neil and Barbara analyze the decision making process and why “shoulds” often lose out to “wants” when making sound business decisions
Professor William Duggan, author of “Strategic Intuition,” teaches us how to turn a flash of insight into the next big business idea
Entrepreneur Kathy Fackler talks about how her son’s serious injury during a ride at Disneyland led her to start a non-profit aimed at improving amusement ride safety
Outsourcing expert Chris Harris shares “do’s” and “don’ts” for small business owners

SignOn Radio #2: Lessons from the “Bosses” and the Trenches – Dec 7, 2007
Neil and Barbara explore how super star Bruce Springsteen mixes reputation with innovation
As one of a few women CEOs in a male dominated industry, Pamela Coker co-founded Acucorp, a global business software company in 1988
As one of a few women CEOs in a male dominated industry, Pamela Coker co-founded Acucorp, a global business software company in 1988
Intellectual property attorney Randy Broberg