Mark Chapman & The Athletic's Matt Slater are joined by John Textor, who earlier this year invested almost £90million in English Premier League side Crystal Palace and in doing so became a fourth partner and director at the club.
Joey Mure, Founder and Partner at Wealth Without Wall Street, brings impact, integrity, and generosity to the company every day. He hopes to be remembered as a lover of Jesus, devoted husband, and faithful father. Despite dreaming, around age 10, of becoming an orthopedic surgeon, Joey was in the mortgage business for 11 year before moving to finance in 2014. His personal mentor, Nelson Nash — another man of integrity and impact — is someone Joey deeply admires. Joey's strengths in building relationships, asking great questions, and influencing and empowering people with the Wealth Without Wall Street message make him invaluable to the company's mission. He is relational, impactful, and a true leader. His colleagues would add that he's thoughtful, funny, and a family man. Many people don't know that Joey ate a 72-ounce steak dinner once. If he could be anywhere other than work, you'd find him at the beach with his family. And every Sunday morning, they're worshipping the Lord. A lifetime goal of Joey's is to impact the world for Christ; and a more near-term goal is to purchase a beach house for my family. Aside from Wealth Without Wall Street, Joey listens to Sharran Srivatsaa's Business School podcast and Donald Miller's Building A StoryBrand podcast. He's happiest when he's traveling with his wife or golfing with his girls. He cares deeply about Campus Outreach, Cru, Navigators, Sav a Life, Lifeline Adoption, and Young Business Leaders. His aims to live by the words “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your path (Prov 3:5-6).” Wealth Without Wall Street's Founder and Partner, Russ Morgan, is known as “The Idea Guy.” Russ began his professional career as an investment advisor in 2004 after graduating from Auburn University — a slight foray from 10-year-old Russ' dream of becoming a professional baseball pitcher. Russ started IBC in 2009, and eventually went on to found Wealth Without Wall Street in 2015. Russ' mother was an enormous inspiration for him growing up. As a single mother with two young children, she took a rigorous, accelerated track through college while working multiple jobs, all with the goal of bettering her children's lives. When he's not working, you can wave to Russ on a boat at the lake pulling his kids around on a tube. And on Sunday mornings, he's probably rushing to church with his family … only 10 minutes late. Russ' creativity, fresh ideas, and knack for problem solving are indispensable assets to his role at Wealth Without Wall Street. Russ would describe himself as competitive, creative, and passionate; his colleagues would likely add that he is helpful and abundant. Russ hopes to be remembered as an innovator who loved to teach others, and he has a goal to one day serve in the mission field. Finishing the book is another more near-term goal. Aside from Wealth Without Wall Street, Russ learns from the Business School podcast with Sharran Srivatsaa and Donald Miller's Building A StoryBrand book and podcast. Aspire Movement, Campus Outreach, and Young Business Leaders are three causes near to Russ' heart. Russ in one motto? “Just try!” “I would say doing what you're doing right now, educating yourself and even taking it one step further, networking… The more you can force yourself to be in a position to network and to grow that to me is number one… Find people who are successful, way more successful than you and spend time with them ”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to https://wp.me/p6Tf4b-mmL
We are kicking off Season 3 with the visionary Beth Birkett. Beth is what many would call your fave's fave. As the Co-Owner of the lauded Union Los Angeles and Founder of Bephie Beauty Supply, she has been a fixture in the fashion and creative industries for decades. Stepping into the spotlight, Beth is adding "Co-Signer" to her accomplishments as a judge for HBO Max's The Hype. For Episode 31, Beth and I get personal talking about starting over when transitioning careers, success vs. the optics of success, raising teenage boys, and the conscious choice to move from behind the scenes to a star in the forefront. Tap in, because we are talking sh*t and gifting wisdom.
In this podcast ILLUME Founder and Co-Owner, Anne Dougherty, talks with ILLUME Vice President, Laura Schauer, to discuss ways in which utilities are becoming more customer-centric as they seek to add value to the customer experience. This conversation is a follow up to Laura's blog, Why the Future of Utilities Is All About Adding Value to Customer Experience, published in collaboration with Salesforce
Wine Road Podcast Episode 138 Sponsored by Ron Rubin Winery Episode 138 | Katie Bowman Co-Owner of Bowman Cellars in Graton. Katie Bowman joins us to tell the great story about how Bowman Cellars got started, the experience and vibe you'll find at the Bowman tasting room in Graton, and her favorite spots to take out of town visitors. Wine of the Day – Bowman Petillant Natural of Sauvignon Blanc & Bonus wine—Bowman Chardonnay Wine Book of the Day – Wine Doors of Florence by Robbin Gheesling Wine Word of the Day – Barrique Podcast Sponsor – Ron Rubin Winery SHOW NOTES 1:03 Find Bowman Cellars in tiny town of Graton on a corner location—you can't miss it! 2:20 Wine of the Day Bowman Petilliant Natural / Pet Nat Sparkling Wine and the Bowman Chardonnay –double flavor, double the fun today. 3:35 Chardonnay has so many expressions -- try it you'll like it! 5:00 Pet Nat something new and delicious. 5:54 Bowman is one of the most Instagramable tasting rooms, look for the cute Airstream trailer out front. 7:33 Reservations accepted but also can accommodate walk-ins with space indoors and outdoors. 8:25 Story of how Bowman came to be. Katie's husband Alex began making a Sauvignon Blanc got great feedback and launched Bowman in 2017. Katie's Grandfather is Andy of the famous Andy's Market. 12:58 Where Katie takes friends visitors from out of town – Sonoma Coast, The Casino (restaurant) in Bodega, the redwoods and all the great dining spots. 15:55 Wine Word of the Day—Barrique 17:00 Book of the Day – Wine Doors of Florence, a pictorial book of the wine doors. 18:58 New section on the Wine Road Web site –featured members. Changes each week. Check it out. 19:40 Varietal of the Month goes out third Thursday of the month and you can sign up for the newsletter on the website. 21:00 Reach out to Bowman via their Instagram, by phone on via the website. 21:30 One More Thing—we need podcast reviews on iTunes please! Beth reads the reviews on air so leave a review and we may read yours on the show. 24:38 Get a 2 for 1 Tasting at Bowman if you say you heard it on the podcast! Links Bowman Cellars https://bowmancellars.com/ Wine Doors of Florence-- www.winedoorsofflorence.com Podcast Sponsor: Ron Rubin Winery -- https://ronrubinwinery.com/ Wine Road https://www.wineroad.com Wine Road Podcast Instagram -- @wineroadpodcast Credits: The Wine Road podcast is mixed and mastered at Threshold Studios Sebastopol, CA. http://thresholdstudios.info/
What started as a small, cramped office with a 5-person team in 2008 has become an incredible 50-person remote team of experts. Ian Garlic talks to Dobbin Buck, the Co-Owner of GetUWired, about identifying needed skill sets and finding the right people to join your team. They also discuss adding services to your business using white label implementation.What You'll Learn:Staying Ahead of the Curve to Serve Small BusinessesIdentifying Needed Skill Sets and Finding the Right PeopleMaintaining an Incredible TeamAdding Services or Products to Your Business Using White Label ImplementationThe Main Key to Being Successful at SalesWhy Dobbin Got Shot At in the WoodsConnect with Dobbin:GetUWiredLinkedInFacebookInstagramResources:Connect with IanBook a Discovery Call Today with Our ExpertsSubscribe to the YouTube Channel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
November 2021 - Birmingham This month on the Brews Less Traveled Beer Club Podcast, Molly and co-host Tim explore the craft beer scene of Birmingham, AL. This week continues our stop in Birmingham with Back Forty Beer Company's “Naked Pig” Pale Ale and “Truck Stop Honey” Brown Ale. Also, a conversation with special guest Brad Wilson, Co-Owner and Director of Sales and Marketing at Back Forty Beer Company. In this episode, Brad explains his craft beer origin story, starting with a small ski town in Colorado. Brad details how changing the narrative from alcohol bills to jobs bills helped pass beer laws in Alabama. Molly and Brad chat about mutual musical interests Jason Isbell and Drive-By Truckers. You can drink along with Molly from the comfort of home! Join the Brews Less Traveled beer club, get delicious beers delivered monthly, then tune into our weekly interactive virtual beer tastings on Wednesday evenings. Visit https://brewvana.com/product/beer-of-the-month-club to join! Cheers! Subscribe to the most well-traveled beer podcast in the nation! Follow us as we travel the country finding America's BEST undiscovered craft beer! Instagram: Molly - www.instagram.com/molly_brewslesstraveled Brewvana - www.instagram.com/brewvana Facebook - www.facebook.com/brewvana
On today's show, recorded live at Claima Stories: Feast Portland edition, I speak with Megan Sanchez, Chef and Co-Owner of Guero. Megan grew up admiring her grandmother, who was a hustler, moving to the States with 5 kids and working in restaurants. She never had a master plan, but she walked through every door opened for her. Eventually becoming a landlord. Now, this isn't about Megan's grandmother. But let's just say the apple's apple doesn't fall too far from the tree. Megan moved to France after college to teach English but soon after gravitated towards food. Especially cheese. When she returned to the states, she'd work at Shelburne Farms in Vermont, where she'd become a cheesemonger.But it was when she met her business partner Alec, that she would begin to go down a more entrepreneurial path. While selling food out of his apartment, Megan decided to turn his kitchen into a restaurant. They would go on to create a flourishing bicycle taco delivery service. With some naive confidence, Megan and Alec packed up their bags to sell tacos in Portland and eventually sold Tortas. business was booming, and they transitioned from a food truck to a restaurant space called Guero. When recalling how she ended up down this path, Megan shares a story about the impact of her Grandmother on her life today.About Claima Stories with Bimma:Former Nike Marketer, Bimma Williams interviews leading and emerging BIPOC creatives about how they were able to break into the notoriously guarded creative and sneaker industries. From these stories, listeners will learn how to claim their dream careers. Featuring Melody Ehsani, Jeff Staple, and James Whitner. Listen and Subscribe now.Subscribe: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claimastories/Twitter: https://twitter.com/claimastories
Megan Sanchez shares story about being optimistic when starting a restaurantAbout Claima Stories with Bimma:Former Nike Marketer, Bimma Williams interviews leading and emerging BIPOC creatives about how they were able to break into the notoriously guarded creative and sneaker industries. From these stories, listeners will learn how to claim their dream careers. Featuring Melody Ehsani, Jeff Staple, and James Whitner. Listen and Subscribe now.Subscribe: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claimastories/Twitter: https://twitter.com/claimastories
In this episode, Heather sits down with Shafik Mina, President and Co-Owner of the Mad Science® Group and Co-Founder of 2inspireTM and Crayola® Imagine Arts Academy TM. Shafik's company wants to inspire kids and get them interested in science, all while making it fun. He claims that they are “a business with heart” that wants to inspire children through science, and spark lifelong imagination and curiosity. Take a listen!
Earlier this year, Marian Leitner-Waldman, CEO of canned wine brand Archer Roose, found an unusual business partner: the actor, producer, and director Elizabeth Banks. Celebrity-backed brands are not a new phenomenon, but the trend is gaining considerable momentum in beverages. In this episode, Marian and Elizabeth (now Co-Owner and Chief Creative Officer at the company) help us understand celebrity partnerships as a modern brand-building strategy – discussing why they joined forces, where they expect their collaboration to pay dividends, and their plan moving forward.
This episode is FOGGY. We sat down with one of the more exciting brewers in the state (maybe the country right now) Josh Arno of Abomination Brewing Company. The brewery came to the CT beer scene about 2 years ago out of Twelve Percent and has hit the ground running with their Fog IPA series. We talked to Josh about his beer journey to Connecticut, how he was able to get away with creating a beer called FUCK 2020, and some future beer releases for 2021 and 2022. Be sure to follow Abomination on social media @abominationbeerco Follow us on instagram @1056Podcast
Have you ever wanted to know what it takes to build an activewear empire from the ground up!? Well today's your lucky today, because we are joined by the co-owner of Stax, Matilda Murray
Ashleigh is a power house lady! Co-Owner of MOVE athletics, Certified Nutritional Specialist, MS.CSCS, Athlete, Shooter and much more! I have learned a lot from this lady in our times training together in health and fitness! Ashleigh's company MOVE Instagram @ashleighrgassJoin the FSW University and train with us online! Instagram @FSWINC Tactical Tips VLOG
Special Thanks:www.wellscare.net World's only at home hands-free cold laser therapy device.www.wexford-harbour.com/unrestricted Customized & Optimized Insurance for familiesJohn Pucketthttps://punchpizza.com/about-us/- Bachelors Degree & MBA: Dartmouth College- Caribou Coffee created and launched with wife Kim, in 1992- Expanded quickly to 100 stores with 2,000 employees- Sold in 2000- Joined owner of Punch Pizza, John Sorranno, in 2001- Has grown Punch Pizza to 12 Twin Cities stores- John's words of business wisdom: "Keep things simple." "Important to say 'No'." "Employees over profits."
Thinking about adding a new milk machine to your parlor? Jason Porter co-owner of Capralite may have the products for you.. Find out how Jason and his wife got started in Capralite and where they plan to take it. https://www.facebook.com/Capralite/?ref=page_internal
Zach Haptonstall is the CEO and Co-Founder of Rise48 Equity. He Founded ZH Multifamily in 2018 and grew his portfolio to $35M. ZH Multifamily founded the organization, The Phoenix Multifamily Association “PMA” where Zach hosted 200+ members and held monthly speaking and networking events. In order to scale and add experts to the team, he retired ZH Multifamily and PMA in 2020 and Co-Founded Rise48 Equity. His professional background includes Healthcare Sales and Administration. He is the former President and Co-Owner of a Hospice Organization in Phoenix with 110+ Employees. He is also a former live television news anchor and sports reporter for Arizona PBS and co-hosted a show on Fox Sports Network Arizona. Zach holds a Master of Business Administration from the Colangelo College of Business at Grand Canyon University, and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor's in Journalism and Mass Communication from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. He attended Colorado Mesa University on a football Scholarship his Freshman Year of College. He has been a licensed Real Estate Agent in Arizona since 2016. He is also an official member of the Forbes Real Estate Council, a Directors Council Member of GPEC, and is a #1 Best Selling Co-Author of “Success Habits of Super Achievers.” [00:01 - 05:17] Opening Segment Get to know Zach Haptonstall What is Rise48 Equity? Zach shares about their projects through the years [05:18 - 10:18] Real Estate Rising in Phoenix Where is the opportunity in the Phoenix market? Phoenix is Number One with No Competition Funding for Workforce Affordable Housing Leveraging Local Relationships [10:19 - 23:59] Fleeing California for Arizona Everybody is fleeing California Zach talks about the big tech companies in California Big Data and the Future of Phoenix The Greater Phoenix Economic Council Phoenix Maricopa County and Phoenix Metro Our Future is Serving Our InvestorsThe Future of Rise48 Equity Zach shares the current focus of their company [24:00 - 33:39] Closing Segment Quick break for our sponsorsGroundfloor offers short-term, high-yield real estate debt investments to the general public. Check www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ to get started. What is the best investment you've ever made other than your education?First multifamily deal Zach's worst investmentA suite during the Super Bowl in Phoenix What is the most important lesson that you've learned in business and investing?“To not listen to other people… you have to have a warrior mindset where you don't care what other people think.” Connect with my guest. See the links below. Tweetable Quotes: “Being local has a lot of advantages.” - Zach Haptonstall “The fact that all these big companies are coming here, you know, is encouraging for the water situation.” - Zach Haptonstall “Our number one goal is to serve our investors.” - Zach Haptonstall ------------ Connect with Zach Haptonstall through firstname.lastname@example.org, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Visit their website https://rise48equity.com/. Invest passively in multiple commercial real estate assets such as apartments, self storage, medical facilities, hotels and more through https://www.passivewealthstrategy.com/crowdstreet/ Participate directly in real estate investment loans on a fractional basis. Go to www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ and get ready to invest on your own terms. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes
Eh Yo! This week we dive into Starcade. We get to talk about Starcade with Paul who is one of the three owners. Paul is at Starcade a lot for day-to-day operations. Starcade is a new arcade that is located just outside Minneapolis in Roseville in the Rosedale Mall. Starcade is an awesome arcade with tons of classic and rare arcade games occupying what use to be a Green Mill. This space is fantastic and the games are even better. Paul Joins us to tell us the story of how Starcade started, what Starcade is all about, and what advice he would have for entrepreneurs that are interested in the arcade space. If you are near Minneapolis and are looking for an amazing arcade just past the university, go check out Starcade. If you like what we are doing here at Indie Arcade Wave don't forget to like share and subscribe. It helps us out a lot and we love doing these shows for you. Starcade Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/starcademn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/starcade_mn/ Website: https://www.starcade.us/ Indie Wave Arcade Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/IndieArcadeWave Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@indiearcadewave Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indiearcadewave/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/indiearcadewave Discord: https://discord.gg/6GntJQN Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/6dFWBTnIroJdBla3hi9SAK --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/indiearcadewave/support
Real estate business tips from expert Jay Papasan to help you get your most important work done and truly move the needle for your business. Hear insights about: Why Jay left his career in publishing and found his way into real estate, and how he found his calling at Keller Williams How Jay co-authored the bestselling book “The Millionaire Real Estate Agent” with Gary Keller and Dave Jenks Why too many agents get stuck hustling and find themselves “trapped” in a thriving business without taking advantage of the free time they could create for themselves How working with his own mentors impacted Jay and inspired him to co-author his bestselling book filled with real estate business tips to help you do “the one thing” How the outbreak of the global pandemic changed Jay's priorities and encouraged him to make a key pivot when researching and writing his book “The ONE Thing” Why identifying your one thing, your biggest priority, and then “making an appointment with yourself” to do it can help you accomplish big things for your business How the book was designed specifically to help you easily find the key takeaways the book has to share Why Jay's goal for the book is “teaching leaders how to do what they need to do when they need to do it so they can get what they want when they want it” Why it is important to block out time for yourself, and how to avoid distractions and preserve that time as sacred Real Estate Business Tips: One Thing a Day Especially during the early days of your real estate career, it can be easy to get stuck in the weeds grinding out and spending your time on all the day-to-day work that is constantly seeking your attention. How do you ensure that, even with all the distractions, you're able to move the needle for your business? This week's guest expert on the Pursuing Freedom podcast is Jay Papasan, Vice President of Learning at Keller Williams Realty International and bestselling co-author of “The Millionaire Real Estate Agent” with Gary Keller and Dave Jenks, and “The ONE Thing” with Gary Keller. During our conversation, Jay shares extraordinary real estate business tips he learned over the course of his career, and we discuss the idea of making appointments with yourself to get “the one thing” done each day that will make the most difference to the growth of your business. Real Estate Business Tips for Getting More Done One of the biggest real estate business tips Jay had to share comes from his book “The ONE Thing”, where Jay says it is crucial to accomplish at least one thing each day that will make a lasting difference toward your business success. If someone told you you could only do one single thing today that would benefit your business, what thing would you do? Once you know where your important priorities lie, you get important clarity on your business! When you have a particular activity in mind, the next important thing is to reduce or eliminate distractions to ensure that you're able to do that one thing. Jay says the ideal way to do that is to set an appointment with yourself. Go ahead and put it on your calendar! And treat that time as sacred… no matter what's going on, don't cancel your appointment with yourself. Doing so will help you ensure that you're able to do your one thing a day without distractions. The Benefits of Doing One Thing The strategy Jay shared during our conversation is so powerful, because it can be very easy to undervalue your time or get distracted by things that in the moment seem much more important than they really are! However, by making an appointment with yourself, you are carving out time for growing your business, which is extremely important for the long term health of your career! Even if it's just a little time each day, those small actions can add up to big gains if you're consistent and if you resist distractions. If you would like to learn more about Jay Papasan, you can visit his website at www.jaypapasan.com or check out his newest book, “The ONE Thing,” here. And as always, check out www.pursuingfreedom.com for other great podcast episodes and interviews with industry professionals! About Jay Papasan: Jay Papasan [Pap-uh-zan] is a bestselling author who serves as the Vice President of Learning for Keller Williams Realty International, the world's largest real estate company. He is also Vice President of KellerINK and Co-Owner, alongside his wife Wendy, of Papasan Properties Group with Keller Williams Realty in Austin, Texas. Jay was born and raised in Memphis, TN. After attending the University of Memphis, he spent several years working in Paris. He later graduated from New York University's graduate writing program and began his publishing career at HarperCollins Publishers. There, he helped piece together bestselling books such as Body-for-Life by Bill Phillips and Go for the Goal by Mia Hamm. After moving to Austin, Jay joined Keller Williams Realty International, and in 2003 he co-authored The Millionaire Real Estate Agent, a million-copy bestseller, alongside Gary Keller and Dave Jenks. His most recent work with Gary Keller on The ONE Thing has sold over 2 million copies worldwide and garnered more than 500 appearances on national bestseller lists, including #1 on The Wall Street Journal's hardcover business list. It has been translated into 39 different languages. How to Connect With Jay Papasan: 2021 Goal Setting Retreat: https://trainings.the1thing.com/#section-1547763499199 Website: www.jaypapasan.com Website: https://the1thing.com/ LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jaypapasan/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/jaypapasan Instagram: @jaypapasan Twitter: @jaypapasan Balanced Growth Course: Website: https://pursuingfreedom.thinkific.com/courses/balanced-growth Additional Resources: Set for Success Planner Time Tracker 5-Step Guide to More Referrals
October 2021 - Charlotte This month on the Brews Less Traveled Beer Club Podcast, Molly and co-host MC explore the craft beer scene of Charlotte, NC. This week finishes out our stop in Charlotte with Newgrass Brewing Company's “Hummingbird Cake” Pastry Sour. Also, a conversation with special guest Brad Burton, Co-Owner and Director of Sales of Newgrass Brewing Company. In this episode, Molly, MC, and Brad discuss the difference between kettle sours, mixed culture fermentations, and wild ales. Brad explains how Newgrass bases their sours off of southern desserts their Grandmothers made. Brad shares what it's like working on a collaboration beer. Also, the group discusses the farm-to-table food served at Newgrass Brewing Company. You can drink along with Molly from the comfort of home! Join the Brews Less Traveled beer club, get delicious beers delivered monthly, then tune into our weekly interactive virtual beer tastings on Wednesday evenings. Visit https://brewvana.com/product/beer-of-the-month-club to join! Cheers! Subscribe to the most well-traveled beer podcast in the nation! Follow us as we travel the country finding America's BEST undiscovered craft beer! Instagram: Molly - www.instagram.com/molly_brewslesstraveled Brewvana - www.instagram.com/brewvana Facebook - www.facebook.com/brewvana
Rushion McDonald talks with the Founder and CEO of the American Black Film Festival, along with the General Manager of the American Black Film Festival, Howard Alumnus, Jeff & Nicole Friday. We discuss the necessity of a platform highlighting black creativity and black contribution to the film industry. We also have 25-year-old millionaire and Co-Owner of TradeHouse Investment Group Bryce Thompson discussing his new book. “Millions: Accepted & Excepted.”https://www.moneymakingconversations.comhttps://www.youtube.com/MoneyMakingConversationshttps://www.facebook.com/MoneyMakingConversations/https://twitter.com/moneymakingconvhttps://www.instagram.com/moneymakingconversations/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This week, we're talking with a returning guest on the show, Tarek Kamil, the CEO of Cerkl, who is also one of our returning sponsors. Being in the industry for as long as he has, Tarek will be sharing some trends he's currently seeing, where things might be heading in the future, and ways that you can take valuable time to look into these trends yourself to stay ahead of what's coming in our industry. We're also continuing our new segment with Ragan's Communications Leadership Council with James Ylisela, Co-Owner and Senior Partner at Ragan Consulting Group. We discuss other intranet trends and what you can learn from them. You can find our resource guide as well as our guests' contacts on our associated blog page: www.internalcommspro.com/shownotes You can learn more about Ragan's Communications Leadership Council on their website: https://commscouncil.ragan.com/ Music Provided by Bensound
We are choppin' it up with Jae Graham, CEO and Co-Owner of MARYJAE, Texas' Most Inclusive Cannabis Dispensary. that is LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and women-owned. Join us as we discuss her reason behind opening a cannabis dispensary in Texas and how her love and passion for the cannabis plant has allowed her to provide one of the most unique cannabis shopping experiences with a strong focus on the plant's holistic and healing properties.
From being an entrepreneur all around the private sector to making his home training high-level and professional basketball players at Pace Fitness Academy, Justin has some incredible stories from 10+ years in the field. Justin shares his stories about: -Inviting an Indiana Pacer to his wedding as a joke then him becoming a client -Having athletes of his connect all around the world playing for the same team -Journey of giving back to his high school and its athletes -The daily question: "What do you want to accomplish today?" Instagram and Twitter: @JustinOchoa317
Show # 270 - Coffee with Rich | Mallory is the co-owner of Michigan Civil Defense and a Krav Maga Black Belt Show # 270 - Coffee with Rich | Mallory is the co-owner of Michigan Civil Defense and a Krav Maga Black Belt On today's Coffee with Rich, we will be joined by Mallory Brake. Mallory is the co-owner of Michigan Civil Defense, a community organization that focuses on transforming civilians into trained and engaged citizens. Michigan Civil Defense offers training in self-defense, emergency first aid, and community preparedness. Mallory is a Black Belt in Krav Maga and a Level 2 Certified Instructor. Krav Maga is a military self-defense and fighting system developed for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and Israeli security forces derived from a combination of techniques sourced from Boxing, Wrestling, Judo, Aikido, and Karate. Mallory is the first and only female Krav Maga Black Belt in Michigan. She has been training Krav Maga for 10 years and instructing for 6. Her pride and passion for teaching is empowering women to take responsibility for their own self-protection. Mallory is a certified USCCA firearms instructor. She was the Honor Guard at the American Warrior Society's Firearm Instructor Development Course 3-21. Mallory is a certified American Heart Association Instructor for Basic Life Support, CPR, First Aid, AED and a Stop the Bleed Instructor. Mallory has also been a Registered Nurse for 12 years. She is a bachelor's prepared RN from Bellarmine University in Louisville Kentucky, and she has a certification in Critical Care nursing. Mallory worked in the Intensive Care at Henry Ford Hospital, a level one trauma center, in downtown Detroit for the past twelve years. While there she also worked as a Unit Educator for the Medical ICU. Mallory's unit is run by Pulmonologists, and therefore was the COVID ICU during the current pandemic. During her limited down time, Mallory loves being with her family – who made her the woman she is today. She also trains, trains, and trains some more. Coffee with Rich Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rhodieusmc/videos American Warrior Show: https://americanwarriorshow.com/index.html SWAG: https://shop.americanwarriorsociety.com/ American Warrior Society please visit: https://americanwarriorsociety.com/
Federal agents served several federal search warrants throughout northern Indiana, including in South Bend, as part of an investigation into members and associates of the Sin City Deciples motorcycle club. The president of a Massachusetts trucking company is pleading guilty to federal charges related to a 2019 crash that killed seven motorcycle riders in New Hampshire. Timestamps
In today's episode we are learning from Hannah Diop, the Founder of Sienna Naturals. What I love about this episode is the perseverance that Hannah has undertaken into creating the brand that we see today. Starting in 2012 it took multiple pivots and years of iterating and tweaking her approach before things really caught steam in 2020. As they say, Rome wasn't built in a day and overnight success takes 10 years. Literally. Owned by Hannah & Issa Rae, Sienna Naturals is setting a new standard for clean, plant-based performance in the textured hair care industry, one that is focused on hair and scalp health. Just like a skincare regimen, Sienna Naturals products create Wash Day Rituals that keep textured hair and scalp healthy, enabling customers to see immediate improvement and wear their hair in all of the magnificent and diverse ways people with kinks, curls, frizz, waves and texture choose - without compromising on ingredients.LINKS WE MENTION:Hannah's InstagramSienna Naturals' InstagramFemale Startup Club's InstagramDoone's InstagramIn partnership with Klaviyo, the best email marketing tool for ecommerce businesses.Female Startup Club's YouTubeFemale Startup Club's Private Facebook GroupSay hello to Doone: email@example.comFemale Startup Club $1000 Monthly Cash Give AwayBook: Four Thousand Weeks by Olivia Burkeman
Featured in this week's episode of The Productive Designer, host Crystal Collinson, chats with fellow designer and the Principal Lead Designer and Co-Owner of West of Main Design, Sascha Lafleur.Sascha had a passion for design for as long as she can remember so she moved to Montreal to study Interior Design. She is committed to design spaces that are not just a valued addition to the client's varied lifestyles, businesses, and environments. She believes that spaces are a true reflection of who they are, where they've been, and where they are going.West of Main was initially established as an interior design services business. Over time it organically became a multi-faceted business. I includes a brick & mortar furniture store as well as a newly added e-commerce store. By launching an online e-commerce store, it allows the business to reach audiences across Canada & the United States. Sascha shares how her amazing team collaborates on the concept development to nail down the design direction. When moving on to the planning phase, this allows for the implementation phase to run smoothly as possible. When you implement something completely unorganized in your interior design services, people live in chaos for a year to two. Which is extremely frustrating for the client, construction, and the design team. Take the proper time to plan the entire project before starting construction. Then the implementation experience can be a pleasurable journey for everyone involved.So join in as Crystal and Sascha talk about Sascha's interior design services and how she has expanded her team and furniture store . Then, “Do something today that your future self will thank you for” and listen to this episode. How to reach Sascha:Website - westofmain.comFacebook - Westofmainshoppe I Instagram - westofmainshoppeRecommended podcast : Gut podcast
October 2021 - Charlotte This month on the Brews Less Traveled Beer Club Podcast, Molly and co-host MC explore the craft beer scene of Charlotte, NC. This week continues our stop in Charlotte with Divine Barrel Brewing Company's “Pleasantly Plum” Berliner Weisse and “Ribbon Reflector” West Coast IPA. Also, a conversation with special guest Gavin Toth, Co-Owner and General Manager of Divine Barrel Brewing Company. In this episode, Molly, MC, and Gavin discuss barrel aging of stouts and sours. Gavin explains Divine Barrel's Cobbler Series, a sour series made with graham cracker, lactose, cinnamon, and fruit. Gavin shares how Divine Barrel is a place for people to gather and the importance of putting your phone down and having a conversation. Also, the group discusses the importance of the philanthropic efforts of Divine Barrel. You can drink along with Molly from the comfort of home! Join the Brews Less Traveled beer club, get delicious beers delivered monthly, then tune into our weekly interactive virtual beer tastings on Wednesday evenings. Visit https://brewvana.com/product/beer-of-the-month-club to join! Cheers! Subscribe to the most well-traveled beer podcast in the nation! Follow us as we travel the country finding America's BEST undiscovered craft beer! Instagram: Molly - www.instagram.com/molly_brewslesstraveled Brewvana - www.instagram.com/brewvana Facebook - www.facebook.com/brewvana
Chad Sakonchick is a serial entrepreneur and automation expert. He believes strongly that humans should do things humans are good at and robots should do things robots are good at. His most recent business is BetterLegal, where he is automating the professional services arena. “a formula for building your business… If you are starting a business, you should develop and then market, and then develop and then market. And do equal parts of both because… Too many people think that their service is better, their product is better, and that might be true. I know ours is but it is not out there enough. And so, if you are starting from scratch, it should be… And develop doesn't have to be software it can be developing processes, developing what your services look like or your culture. But develop in equal amounts as you market. And make sure that you do as much marketing as you do development because if you don't tell anybody, if you don't get that out there then it doesn't matter how much time you spend on the development part”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to https://wp.me/p6Tf4b-lTa
Bryan Kramer kicks off Act 2 by dishing on his discoveries at the intersection of pizzas, cottonmouth, and “unexpected surprise and delight.”He shares stories of meeting his wife, founding his first company, and 18 years of international travel.While home for a short stint, Bryan's son, an outspoken 11-year-old, pulled him aside and let him know that on his current trajectory, it was unlikely Bryan would live long enough to meet his own grandchildren.He was driving face-first into a combination of clinical obesity, diabetes and burn-out…Bryan rounds the bend to home with tales of retooling his life and business, turning his health around, and guiding helping professionals to reach more people with their good work.Bryan Kramer is a renowned business strategist, global keynote speaker, executive trainer and coach, two-time bestselling author and Forbes contributor. As former President and Co-Owner of PureMatter, a Silicon Valley global marketing agency since 2001, he sparked the Human-to-Human H2H movement that set out to humanize business through simpler communication, empathy, and celebrating our imperfections. His TED Talk on the subject in 2014 featured a TED “first – allowing mobile devices during the event to share the experience to illustrate his belief.Noted as the “Zen master to Digital Marketers” by Forbes, named a “Top 3 Thought Leadership Speakers You Don't Want to Miss” in Forbes and in “The Top 100 Most Influential People on Twitter” by Business Insider, Bryan teaches speakers, executives and audiences how to up-level their storytelling and how to be more compelling and clear. With more than 350,000 social fans and followers, Bryan believes that being human is our competitive advantage because of our ability to leverage our emotional intelligence alongside technology to scale, in order to share stories in a human way – not corporate speak.Bryan's first book “There Is No B2B or B2C: It's Human to Human H2H” rose to the #1 spot in Business Books on Amazon in its first week. His second book, “Shareology: How Sharing is Powering the Human Economy”published by Morgan James, made USA Today's Top 150 Book List the week of its release, as well as #1 on Amazon in Business books.Learn more about Bryan at bryankramer.com, LinkedIn and the other socials by searching: @bryankramer!
There's no money for Christmas presents. We've got to try something — anything. Let's start a company. Since its founding in 2017, Viva Electric has evolved from just three vehicles to three locations. Today's guest is the person with the vision for business growth and adaptation that has made the company what it is today: a family. In this episode, I chat with Maegan Giler , COO and Co-Owner at Viva Electric , about orchestrating the explosive growth and change in her company. Here are some topics we highlight in the conversation: - The origin story of Viva Electric as a construction company - Shared services with Griffin Brothers and mentorship - Behind the scenes of a COO's business development strategy - When employees are family - Why marketing is everything Check out these resources we mentioned: Episode #17 with Vanessa Gonzalez If you want to hear more stories from the trades, subscribe to Toolbox for the Trades on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , or here . Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Toolbox for the Trades in your favorite podcast player.
Co-Owner of Grove 34 Studio(Astoria, NY) Derek Warner talks about whats its been like to start a club, how he's grown because of it, and the kind of community he's trying to build around the club. We also talk about NY and how its the most unique city in the world. Enjoy the episode, I love you all for watching/listening Follow the show @thescotthallshow Follow Grove34 @Grove34Studio Shot/co-hosted by @jacktellsjokes guest co-host @matildywildy Edited by @scotthallstandup --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatsyourdeal/support
• Founder and President of Pacific Capital, a fiduciary wealth management firm in Southern California• Elected City Treasurer for our city, managing the $350 million investment portfolio• Co-Owner of the Draft Sports Complex• Married father of five kids• Chad's been featured in: Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Inc., U.S. News & World Report, Entrepreneur Magazine, NBC News, Financial Advisor Magazine, California Business Journal, etc.• Author of #1 Best-Seller (on Amazon) Stress Free Money: Overcome These 7 Obstacles to Find Financial Freedomwww.pacificcapital.comhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XK20Px8fTghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sC-p1TvkYYM
MAISON 10 provides a unique platform for talented and innovative artists and designers to bring high quality products to a wider market. It is a stunning concept store and gallery space based in the heart of Manhattan's NoMad district. Listen and learn as Co-Owner, Henri Myers shares their 10-10-10-10 business model concept that is at MAISON 10's core. RESOURCES Guest Websites: https://www.maison10.com/ | NY NOW: https://nynow.com | NY NOW Podcast Page: https://nynow.com/podcast | NY NOW Digital Market: https://nynowdigitalmarket.com
Today's Show Sponsor: The Next Generation Real Estate Summit The Next Generation Real Estate Summit is a two-day virtual event curated for the next generation of real estate investors, mainly those in their 20s and 30s. The goal of the Summit is for you to have all of the tools, resources, knowledge, and network to buy your first investment property! We'll accomplish this through various speaker sessions, networking opportunities, and workshops! For a limited time, use this link to get $100 off your ticket! In today's show, we have the Manager of Investor at Spartan Investment Group! His name is Ted Greene! Ted spent 24 years as an investment advisor for Merrill Lynch and an RIA in Seattle Washington. After selling a self-directed IRA facilitation company to Yieldstreet that he helped start in 2019 he joined Spartan Investment Group as the manager of Investor Relations. According to the Inc 5000 list, Spartan is the 5th fastest-growing private real-estate company! If you got value out of today's episode, please head over to Itunes to give it an honest rating & review. And if you're watching this on Youtube, don't forget to hit that subscribe button so you don't miss future episodes! Connect with the host, Bailey Kramer! --------------------------------------------------------------
At our 2021 Grand Summit Conference in Nashville, TN, we were lucky to have two awesome Summit members take the stage. directly following Brian Nolan's keynote on Cascading Change: Travis Ulrich, Co Owner & Director of Operations of Webfoot Painting and Ryan Parsons, Chief Solutions at the Brothers that Just Do Gutters. Today's episode highlights their moments sharing their Change Initiatives in front of the Summit group and gave insight on how this impacted their companies.
This week ATBpod.com welcomes Urgent Care doctor and co owner of Lineage Surfboard Designs Spencer Chun. On this episode Spencer explains to Thaddeus how the covid vaccine works, how it got FDA approval quickly and the effects covid had on his work and family. The two also talk about the future of Hawaii moving forward out of these pandemic times. Spencer also talks to Thad about his new Surfboard and apparel company Lineage that was spawned during the pandemic, his inspiration and concept for Lineage and his love for surfing. Lastly they discuss what the goals and future is for his new company.
The people have spoken: more guests who are learning how to get their dirt businesses up and running. That topic is by and large the most common request from our listeners, and so today, we're happy to introduce you to Kristine Muller, Co-Owner and Vice President of Muller Excavating in Fowler, IN. She was kind enough to come on Dirt Talk and have a candid conversation about her place in the Dirt World and the steps her company takes to build it the right way from the beginning. This week, Kristine and host Aaron Witt talk about how she ended up running an excavating company with her husband, the best way(s) to get more women into the industry, and the importance of teaching children how to work hard. To check out more about Muller Excavating, check out their FB page at facebook.com/mullerexcavating. To connect with other people who listen to this show, use and search for the hashtag #betterdirtworld and join in on the conversation. If you have questions/comments/concerns, reach out to DirtTalk@buildwitt.com. Stay Dirty!
In today's extra long, special episode of the Expert(ish) Podcast, our guest, Tim Kelly discusses at length how he's been able to do real estate investing while being on active duty. We'll also get into talking about faith, regimen, best practices and mindset as we discuss the impact of time management on success, as well as many other tips and hacks on how to achieve financial freedom through real estate investment.Tim Kelly is the VP of Education and Co-Owner of Active Duty Passive Income (ADPI). He is helping active, veteran, reserve, and other military affiliated personnel realize their financial freedom goals through real estate investing. Tim also co-authored the #1 Best Selling book with ADPI titled: Military House Hacking!Enjoy!Engage with Tim KellyCall or Text (847) 910-9161Active Duty Passive Income WebsiteTheTimothyKelly.comMilitary House Hacking BookActive Duty Passive Income PodcastYouTubeFacebookConnect with JAY JOHNSONCall (858) 925- 4536WebsiteLinkedInFacebookInstagram
Co-Director of the Video Game History Foundation and Co-Owner of Pink Gorilla Games Kelsey Lewin rejoins the panel to cover twitch leaks, EVE Oncrime, and the most difficult boss fight in the Braid franchise.
Toto Wolff is the CEO, Team Principal and co-owner of the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula 1 Team. With Toto as Team Principal, the Mercedes Formula One team has achieved an unprecedented seven consecutive World Championship doubles to become the most successful team in F1 history and most successful sports team in the world based on consecutive world championships. Beyond Formula One, Toto is also a partner with Mercedes in the Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team and continues to invest in start-up technology companies. This episode I dive into my Distillation of Toto Wolff which is a monthly feature I do on someone who's greatly impacted my thinking. You can see past Distillations of Josh Waitzkin, Nick Kokonas and Yen Liow - HERE. Watch on YouTube Read The Distillation of Toto Wolff Subscribe to my Newsletter Connect with us! Whatgotyouthere NuSkool Snacks Healthy Protein Bars https://nuskoolsnacks.com/