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Week #5 Email Newsletter Update: Insider tips on how to handle an IRS Audit – from Brandon

Week #5 Email Newsletter Update: Insider tips on how to handle an IRS Audit – from Brandon

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We’re in week #5 of the year like a cheetah chasing a gazelle in the Sahara.

Last week we had some great “how I got started” stories from Founders and a bunch of high percentage tips dropped for you on the EDGE podcast that will help you with your business. 
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 There is book you’ll find interesting about building your company’s tribe, something new I learned that you will find interesting about the size of venture capital investments in 2021(maybe never a better time to raise money then now) and…

I have a question for you towards the bottom of this email that I need your help answering, please reply. Here we go…

New Podcast Episodes on the EDGE

  • What It’s Like Being a Business Owner in Canada Right Now | Ep. 243
     
    There’s a freedom convoy happening in Canada at the time of this recording, they’re going back into lockdown, and tightening restrictions on businesses in Canada. Listen to his episode for a first hand account from Danielle the owner of Domestic Divas Cleaning Co of what it’s like to run a business in Canada right now, the challenges businesses like hers are facing and how she’s dealing with them. Listen to the episode >>>
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  • The Future of Video in Business with Rose Bentley COO of Qumu | Ep. 242
     
    A little over a decade ago I met Rose through some mutual friends here in Silicon Valley and have had the opportunity to see her grow her career.
     She is currently the COO at Qumu, a global public company that has gone completely remote and is on the forefront of using video in the workplace from internal applications to marketing. Listen to the episode >>>
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  • Insider Tips on How to Handle an IRS Audit with Rick Green, Author and Former IRS Agent | Ep. 241
     
    Rick Green spent five years as an IRS auditor — and lived to tell the tale. Tons of insights you want to know in case you get audited. Listen to the episode >>>
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  • From Living In Tent to Starting a 20 Person Company with Gregg Treinsh the Founder of Adventure Scientists | Ep. 240
     
    Gregg founded Adventure Scientists in 2011 with a strong passion for both scientific discovery and exploration.
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     National Geographic named Gregg an Adventurer of the Year in 2008 when he and a friend completed a 7,800-mile trek along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range. Learn how Gregg built Adventure Scientists. Listen to the episode >>>
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  • How To Work with Influencers and Why the”Pay for Post” Model is Dead with Taylor Lagace the Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Kynship | Ep. 239
     
    Learn everything you need to know about how to do influencer marking for your business. Listen to the episode >>>

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Something New I Learned This Week About Venture Capital Funding
 
Venture funding in 2021 broke records across the board, with investment last year up more than 10x what it was a decade earlier.

Global venture investment last year totaled $643 billion, compared to $335 billion for 2020. That’s 92 percent growth year over year.

The figures underscore a dramatic change in the startup funding environment in the past year. Consider that at the end of 2020, almost a year into the pandemic, global venture investment had grown around 4 percent year over year.

Bottom line is that venture capitalists are flush with cash looking for companies to invest in. If you’re looking to raise money for your company there might never be a better time!
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 ​* Source: Venture capital funding data on Crunchbase.
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 ​What I’m Reading or… Finished Reading in this Case
 
Tribe by Sebastian Junger
 
Humans have a strong instinct to belong to small groups defined by a clear purpose and understanding, aka”tribes.” In more ways than one, the people that work for you, through the culture you build, create a tribe. 
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 Combining history, psychology, and anthropology, Tribe explores what we can learn from tribal societies about loyalty, belonging, and the eternal human quest for meaning. 

Great read (or listen as I did on Audible). Recommended. Best price is here for book or audio >>>

Question for you…
 

 
Do you have a program you use to back up your personal and business contacts?
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 If “yes” please hit reply to this email and let me know what program you use.

If “no” please hit reply and tell me why not because I’m looking for a solution.What I’m Writing About for The EDGE’s Print Newsletter
 Your best team member. You’ll never guess who it is until you read the article. 
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 Here’s to attacking the rest of week #5 of 2022!
 Brandon

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