Jim Muehlhausen CPA, JD has had articles feature in numerous publications including Businessweek.com, Entrepreneur, Inc., Indianapolis Business Journal, The Small Business Report, Undercar Digest, Digitrends and NAICC Legal Journal.
Jim graduated from Valparaiso University with a B.S. in Accounting, passing the CPA exam while still in college. While subsequently attending the Indiana University School of Law, he became the youngest franchisee in Meineke Discount Muffler history (1987-1991).
After successfully selling that business, Jim founded an automotive aftermarket manufacturing concern. During his 9-year tenure, the company achieved recognition from Michael Porter of the Harvard Business School and Inc. Magazine in the IC 100 Fastest Growing Businesses. Over the past eight years, Jim has personally coached hundreds of business owners in more than 3,500 face-to-face coaching sessions and has clients in North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
President, Author and Speaker at 51errors.com
Privately Held ; Publishing industry
January 2007 – Present
Working with business owners to impliment best practices gathered from around the world.
President at CEO Focus
Higher Education industry
April 2001 – Present (8 years 3 months)
CEO Focus is a nationwide organization sprecializing in bringing business owners together in peer consulting groups.
CEO Focus is currently in 22 North American cities serving virtually every business sector. Member companies benefit from shared best practices, increased accountability, a strong advisory board mutually committed to each other's success.
Thanks for the great explanation of Sales vs. Marketing. I've recently shifted my focus from marketing to sales believe it or not; calling prospects on the phone and visiting them in person. It's "old school" but so much more fun than internet marketing.…