With the pandemic behind us, let's discuss the MATH that Bruce saw during the past 15 months that will help operators better prepare for what's ahead. Bruce is the author of "Restaurant Management: The Myth, The Magic, The Math" and a 40 year restaurant veteran. Currently he's the CFO of Nova Restaurant Group.
BTTR Hit the Mat - Episode 19 - Hard or Soft? ft Bruce Nelson
BTTR Hit the Mat Podcast
You put anything in front of me and I would slam it! In episode 19, the boys found Dr. Tom and they learn all about his trip to the DDPY Performance Center to record upcoming DDPY Jacked workouts. This week's guest is Bruce Nelson. Bruce is an L1 DDPY instructor, a taco aficionado and quite possibly the most positive and supportive member of the community. Follow Bruce on Instagram: @dadvstacos Follow DAD vs TACOS on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dadvstacos/ Email us: email@example.com
SALT through the Years: The Adversarial Relationship Between Taxpayers, Revenue Departments and Legislators, a discussion with Bruce Nelson and Judy Vorndran
SALTovation: Making Sense of State and Local Tax
In this episode of the SALTovation podcast, we are joined by Judy Vorndran and Bruce Nelson. Bruce has dealt with adversarial relationships for 40 years and is now an instructor for the AICPA and CSCPA and the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of State Taxation. Bruce talks about why the relationships between taxpayers and the department of revenues keep on deteriorating on so many levels. He shares the factors that have contributed to worsening these relationships and the role each of the parties has played. Listen in to learn how you should handle your taxes as a business owner and the responsibility you have to ensure you’re complying. Questions asked and answered in this Episode: What are the issues that come together to create the environment leading up to the Quail decision in 1992? Was the Quail case a huge blow to the states? Does Bruce think good tax policy and good tax law are just more of the same? Will Wayfair change relationships between taxpayers and departments of revenues for the better as opposed to Quail? What should business owners be expecting since there are fewer taxpayers’ victories in tax law nowadays? Why do we need the marketplace? Who is the market place? What You Will Discover: [2:29] The issues that have changed the relationships between taxpayers and tax administrators and legislators to become more divisive. [7:34] How technological transitioning has changed the tax world which has broken the relationship between auditors and taxpayers. [10:22] Ways in which Quail was a huge setback for states. [14:57] Why tax policy and tax law need funds. Things that do not make sense from a conducting business perspective that impact taxpayers’ duties across the country. [22:34] Bruce explains why relationships between taxpayers and state department of tax are only going to get worse due to COVID even after Wayfair. [29:35] How business owners should handle their tax planning and audits to avoid tax cases. [35:38] Why things are going to get interesting in the coming years with business and their taxes. Quotables: “You can’t just train to an audit, you have to understand business as a whole.” -Bruce Nelson [9:46] “There’s a lot of things that don’t make sense from a doing business perspective that impacts taxpayers’ duties across our land.” - Judy Vorndran [21:35] “I think it’s going to get worse; it’s going to get uglier, and I don’t see any solution to that.” -Bruce Nelson [28:44] “Taxpayers and attorneys and accountants, we have our share of the blame here too that makes the situation worse.” -Bruce Nelson [34:11] Relevant Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bruce-nelson-2a434064/ Disclaimer: This podcast is for educational purposes only and is not intended, nor should it be relied upon, as legal, tax, accounting or investment advice. You should consult with a competent professional to discuss specifics of your situation and the applicability of the information presented.
The former CEO of Office Depot talks about his new life after retirement. Being the Co-Owner of Reverence Farms and Cafe certainly wasn't in his plan. What corporate expertise is he applying to this small family business and how is it driving the local economy. Panelists Ted Pitts, South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and John Silvia, Dynamic Economic Strategy join us.
Defining Your Organizational Culture (Part 2): Bruce Nelson
Conversations on College Athletics
Bruce Nelson, former CEO & President of Office Depot, continues to discuss the mechanisms of developing an organizational culture. His emphasis on people and trust is very obvious as he quotes from the book, The Speed of Trust, and asks the question “As a leader, what are you doing to develop trust?” Nelson mentions that everyone in an organization knows exactly what the leader will tolerate to accomplish goals, whether good or bad, so be aware of the culture you create.
Defining Your Organizational Culture (Part 1): Bruce Nelson
Conversations on College Athletics
From values, to culture, standard operating procedures, and getting the right people on the bus, Bruce Nelson essentially gives ADU a tutorial on successfully leading an organization. The former President and CEO of Office Depot gives insight on the aspects of executive level leadership. With a staff of over 50,000 employees, Nelson touches on the thought process in defining the culture of a national corporation. There is plenty to learn from this (part 1) audio interview.
Healing Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue with Dr. Bruce Nelson
Dr. Bruce A. Nelson is a holistic Chiropractic Physician who has specialized in Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome since 1992. Dr. Nelson also treats many other health related problems, and has helped thousands of patients get over their health problems in completely natural ways.Dr. Nelson is an internationally recognized lecturer on FM/CFS and a published author in a number of national magazines in the US. He has also appeared on television and national radio talk shows, explaining his unique approach to chronic and seemingly impossible conditions.