BUSINESS BLUEPRINT

Maximize your business potential and earn your growth. You're the one with the inspired ideas - now, power those dreams into motion with this step-by-step guide.  

san antonio business heroes

San Antonio Business Heroes prove that anything is possible with self-belief. Draw inspiration from the unique success stories told in the new San Antonio Business Heroes podcast. From how to build a business, to finding the right talent to join your team, let these insights and advice help guide you to success.

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Trish DeBerry

President & CEO of The DeBerry Group

Learning To Share Responsibilities

“...one of the hardest lessons as an entrepreneur that I had to learn was the art of delegation. It's so difficult to want to micromanage everything and every person and every client and every project. You have got to be able to delegate responsibility.."

Dr. Richard T. Schlosberg, IV, MD

Co-Founder of ABCD Pediatrics, Board Certified Pediatrician

Trusting Your Financial Partners

"The banking relationship for our practice, with The Bank of San Antonio, has been that growth of our practice has paralleled growth of the bank. The growth of technology and banking services, for us, has been helpful, and I'm a believer — to change and listen to what the banking team gives us.”

Junab Ali, II

Co-Founder & President, Mobius Partners

Advising The Next Generation

"You don't get experience from just all success. You learn experience from the ups and downs, and when you look back upon that, you can draw upon that to help yourself—but quite honestly, to help future entrepreneurs."

Lynn K. Peters

President & CEO, LK Design Group Inc.

Establishing A Solid Network

“It's building relationships with people. Part of it is doing good work and being conscious of that aspect, the technical and the architectural part. And then part of it is building a relationship with people, and they can depend on you. "

Lorenzo Gomez, III

Chairman, Geekdom

Focusing On Your Strengths

"What can you differentiate yourself so extremely that you put yourself in a category of one? This is hard because most success stories are by big companies that do everything. Most entrepreneurs will fall for that trap, but the great ones will say, I'm gonna be famous for one thing.”

Jay Uribe

Co-Founder & President, Mobius Partners

Starting A Business

“There's never a right time to start a company... it's kind of like having a baby. There's never enough money you can save to have a baby. There's no amount of ‘just in case’ that can help you through those valleys. You just got to have the confidence and jump in feet first and work hard, and surround yourself with really good people."

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