David Jeansonne is a motivated and driven entrepreneur who runs a combination of highly successful organizations. The Louisiana native is a self-taught professional who has paved his way in a variety of industries including group fitness, automotive, staffed event, and direct mail marketing. David is the founder of CHAMPS BOXING™ and Traffic Jam Events™, both headquartered in New Orleans.

David Jeansonne IdeaMensch — David Jeansonne
David Jeansonne IdeaMensch — David Jeansonne

Jeansonne’s career path began when he was a teenager working as a busboy at a local restaurant. Eventually, he worked his way up into restaurant management and ultimately helped David carve out his track as an executive in the automotive space…


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How effectively you manage your business’ finances can have a direct impact on how fast it scales. A mismanaged book can be the proverbial chink in your business’ armor. Unfortunately, not all entrepreneurs are academically trained to manage the complex task of cash flow management. To help fill this gap, here are four books you should start reading:

The Intelligent Investor

The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham is a classic book about smart long-term investing. While its contents are more of guidance for aspiring stock and bond investors, the book also covers market trends and cycles and other fundamental cashflow…


4 Tips to be a Successful Entrepreneur — David Jeansonne
4 Tips to be a Successful Entrepreneur — David Jeansonne

Taking the path to entrepreneurship provides exciting opportunities, but there’s also no guarantee of success. You can reduce the risks that your venture will fail by adopting a few practices that successful entrepreneurs have already incorporated into their daily lives. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.

Embody the “Go Get ‘Em” Attitude

Each day, you should be prepared to dig in and work your hardest towards achieving success as an entrepreneur, regardless of any setbacks or emotional upheavals you experience. This is also called being gritty because it involves dedicating yourself to the hard work and perseverance…


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Whether your business is downsizing, has plans of expanding, or has been met with unforeseen circumstances, a relocation might be the only way forward. And while searching for new office space can be quite exciting, especially when there are plenty of budget-friendly options available, it isn’t smart to jump right in without a clear vision of what is needed and what can potentially harm your operation. Here are a few practical tips to aid you on this pivotal quest.

Establish a Clear Budget

You probably have a general idea of how much you are willing to invest in this new…


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It’s the end of the year, and now more than ever is the perfect time to take a look back at the past year for your business. Take notice of the areas that can use some improvement, and plan for developing more in the new year. Having a New Year’s resolution to achieve success can help dictate the future of a business. The following New Year’s resolutions can help set your business on the right path heading into 2021.

Operating a business can be overwhelming. There is so much to get done, but the fact of the matter is that…


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Owning a successful business requires owners to stay up to date on their industry’s latest developments. Regardless of the industry that the business is in, being informed on the industry’s overview can help owners stay ahead of the curve when new trends arise. Top business owners are continually looking to expand their business, and those owners looking to get ahead in 2021 should keep an eye on these trends.

Mobile Employee Communication

Millennials currently makeup 50% of the workforce and are projected to represent about 75% of it by 2025. If there is one thing companies need to know about millennials, they are…


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Most adults use social media every day, making it a critical part of any business strategy. Social media has become an easy way for individuals to connect to their family and friends and connect to their favorite businesses. But as a business, a large social media following doesn’t instantly happen overnight. If your business lacks a social media presence, the following tips can help you boost audience engagement, build brand awareness, and help your business reach new markets.

Create a Plan

Social media tools are easy to use and can help you start creating organic posts. But any business owner knows you can…


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In a nutshell, an entrepreneur is someone who builds and runs his/her own business. And while the dictionary definition of what it means to be an entrepreneur is a widely known piece of information, only a few people understand what it means to be in business. Here are qualities that make up the core of an entrepreneur:

Has a Diverse Skill Set

Entrepreneurs are known for having a diverse range of skills and expertise to effectively navigate the day-to-day and significant picture challenges of their respective industries. Aspiring entrepreneurs should proactively seek out new skills that they can add to…


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An organized business is more successful because it ensures accuracy and efficiency. While established business owners eventually understand this concept, new business owners and entrepreneurs go through a costly trial and error period before reaching that point. If you want to eliminate that learning curve, these tips will help you create an efficient business model that’s well-positioned for growth.

Ditch the Filing Cabinets

You no longer need to keep every document physically available. Make use of cloud storage to keep a record of most of your documents. While you should still keep important and relevant documents available in print format…


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Your employees with peak performance are some of the best assets at your company. It’s easy as an employer to focus on this productivity without questioning whether your employees are happy.

When employees are overworked or underappreciated, it often leads to burn out. What does this look like? It may feel like they are stressed, exhausted, and becoming cynical about their work for your employee. To you, it may look like decreased productivity. In some cases, it may be impossible to recognize at all. …

David Jeansonne

David Jeansonne is an entrepreneur who founded CHAMPS BOXING™, Traffic Jam Events™, and Cover that Mouth!™. Learn more @ http://davidjeansonne.net.

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