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About Jesse Torres
Jesse Torres has spent nearly 20 years in leadership and executive management posts, including executive management roles at financial institutions. In 2013 the Independent Community Bankers of America named him a top community banker influencer on social media. He is a frequent speaker at financial services and leadership conferences and has written several books. He hosts an NBC News Radio show called Money Talk with Jesse Torres.
Entries by Jesse Torres
Keeping your business cash flow alive is one of the most difficult challenges for small business owners and entrepreneurs. It can define the life or death of your business.
Substantial research has affirmed the importance of first impressions while exploring a variety of factors that contribute to their formation.
There’s a difference between being famous and being an influencer. O.J. Simpson was and continues to be famous. Better yet, infamous. John Wooden was an influencer.
We all make mistakes but when mistakes happen to someone else, especially if we are responsible for their results, we tend to be controlling and unforgiving. Leading is also
A significant percentage of cash-flow issues result because owners have not spent adequate time estimating the arrival of various revenue streams and balanced that against their need to pay certain expenses.
In the near term more than 250,000 service members a year will transition into civilian life and become veterans, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). This means the economy…
Today’s socially conscious businesses with corporate social responsibility programs are not socialists nor hypocrites. We are entrepreneurs that believe that it is possible to be profitable while supporting the communities in which we operate.
Helping children become leaders has many advantages. Kids that develop into leaders generally have a strong sense of self-esteem. Self-esteem provides kids with confidence and the drive to excel.