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The Business Kitchen

Tea Hoffmann

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Host: Tea Hoffmann

Welcome to The Business Kitchen! Creating a successful model for your business is much like perfecting a recipe in cooking. The ingredients, environment and temperature must be tailored for perfect results. Join Tea Hoffmann, Host and Head Chef at the Business Kitchen and her expert guests as they share their tools and tips to avoid the bitter bite of failure and techniques that will lead you to the the delicious state of success!

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The Business Kitchen – Get P.I.S.S.E.D.!

This week in The Business Kitchen, Tea Hoffmann discusses how she got “pissed off” about a project and turned her initial response into a recipe for business success. Join Tea and this humorous look at how our emotions can be turned into opportunity.

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Biography

The Business Kitchen with Tea Hoffmann

Tea Hoffmann earned her law degree in 1988 and joined a Nashville firm where she practiced business litigation, entertainment law, copyrights and trademarks.

She then became an in-house counsel for Private Business, a company providing financial software and business development support to banks. She was promoted to General Counsel in 1995 and became instrumental in taking the company public in 1998.
In 2001, Ms. Hoffmann left Private Business to create Legal Training Group (LTG). Over the next five years, she spoke to thousands of attorneys nationwide, producing training programs and consulting with more than 50 law firms throughout the United States on client development and retention, time management and practice management.
While at LTG, Ms. Hoffmann authored two book; “The Proactive Practice” and “Masters of Success”. Ms. Hoffmann is a Major in the Tennessee Army National Guard, a member of the National Speakers Association and the American Society of Trainers and Developers, a board member for the Middle Tennessee Chapter of Junivelle Diabetes Research Foundation.


 

Previous Episodes

  • The Business Kitchen – Get P.I.S.S.E.D.! This week in The Business Kitchen, Tea Hoffmann discusses how she got “pissed off” about a project and turned her initial response into a recipe for business success. Join Tea and this humorous look at how our emotions can be turned into opportunity.
  • The Business Kitchen – Motivation: Not Such an Easy Recipe The age old question is how do I motivate my employees? Tea Hoffmann, host of The Business Kitchen, explores some common myths, and reveals some simple, yet doable, remedies to help you get your staff motivated and cooking again! You owe it to yourself and your staff to listen!
  • The Business Kitchen – Optimism Creates A Competitive Advantage This week in The Business Kitchen, host Tea Hoffmann continues her series on optimism and its impact on business success. How can employee engagement and an optimistic leader create a winning recipe for your business? Find out this week in The Business Kitchen!
  • The Business Kitchen – The Power of Optimism This week in The Business Kitchen, host Tea Hoffmann, cooks up some winning solutions for creating an optimistic work environment. Tweaking just a few simple habits can lead to a winning recipe for business success…listen, learn and modify these tips, to make your business really cook!
  • The Business Kitchen – Sales Tips for the “Little Guy” This week in The Business Kitchen, Tea Hoffmann invited back Marc Fortune, an extraordinary salesman and entrepreneur to discuss how the “little guy” can make a BIG impression and increase sales volume. The simple principles of branding, clarity of mission and staying in touch with prospects and clients are just a few of the ...
  • The Business Kitchen – Creating a Recipe for Obtaining Goals This week in The Business Kitchen, Kent Vaughn, Area Director for Franklin Covey, returns to explain how the company’s highly successful “Four Disciplines of Execution” program works, and how its principals can be used to create goal achievement in almost any business. Join Tea and Kent as they explore the four key elements that ...
  • The Business Kitchen – Creating an Effective Recipe This week in The Business Kitchen our guest Kent Vaughn, Area Director for Franklin Covey, explains why creating an atmosphere of effectiveness can lead to greatness in almost any business. Uncover some of the ingredients that have make Franklin Covey an international success story for over 25 years, this week, in The Business Kitchen.
  • The Business Kitchen – Who’s the Chef? This week in The Business Kitchen, Tea Hoffmann spends time talking about her background, prior business experience and goals for her newest venture, The Business Kitchen. Tune in to hear how a lawyer became a butcher, this week in The Business Kitchen.
  • The Business Kitchen – Putting the 3 P’s Into Your Recipe This week in The Business Kitchen our guest Bill Campbell, of the Christian Life Management Group, explains his group’s vision, product, marketing strategy and goals. A great discussion of why Patience, Persistence and Passion can all lead to a Payday ,in almost any business, keeps this show really cooking. Join us to learn ...
  • The Business Kitchen – Stirring Up Your Whole Brain This week in The Business Kitchen, we stir up a winning recipe for developing leadership, resolving disputes and advancing your career by understanding how the brain works. Bob McKown, an HR executive with over 30 years of experience explains how the Herman Brain Dominance Instrument can be used in your business to create a ...
  • The Business Kitchen – Cooking Up a New Model for Real Estate Success Come into The Business Kitchen, where this week our guest is Barry Owen the founder and owner of Pareto Realty, where “live, work, play” and “life rhythm” are common ingredients to his business success. Attracting on the “vital few” who are willing to outperform the competition while remain involved in the local community, Barry ...
  • The Business Kitchen – Who Knew? College Football Recruiting Businesses Really Cook! This week in the kitchen, we are joined by Coach Kyle Lingerfelt, who heads up CoachKyleRecurits.com, and gives us his recipe for success in the area of college sports recruiting, which has become a big business over the past ten years. Niche marketing, word of mouth referrals, selective prospecting and reputation are just a ...
  • The Business Kitchen – Cooking Up a Recipe for Intelluctual Property Protection This week in The Business Kitchen, Tea Hoffmann, and her guest, Ed Lanquist, discuss the winning ingredients necessary for any business to protects one of its most valuable assets, its intellectual property. Many businesses get caught in legal limbo because they fail to follow the simple directions that may protect their designs, slogans, software ...
  • The Business Kitchen – Finding the “force” using peer to peer coaching Marc Fortune discusses his latest business venture, Force Five. Force Five is a sales coaching group that caters to both sales reps and sales managers. Small groups meet monthly to discuss their struggles, strategies and successes with their peers in an effort to help each other achieve even higher levels of success. ...