On this episode, we host Britta Carlson, the founder of Med Pros Share - an up and coming digital marketplace for medical professionals to share information and resources with other medical professionals allowing them to save time, increase efficiency, and better serve their patients.
Michael Gorski is sought-after Copywriter, Entrepreneur, Content Creator, and Digital Nomad. Today, we discuss the importance of copywriting in business, telling your story, and re-imagining your low-points as your story's conflict.
"In early May, Nate Denofre and Don Jokinen will embark on an epic adventure – they will canoe the entire Mississippi River, from start to finish. Denofre is a double amputee and CEO of Courage Incorporated. Jokinen served in the Army Engineers in Iraq and is a 100% combat-disabled Veteran. The trip will last 100 nights across 2,500+ miles from Lake Itsaca, Minn. to the Gulf of Mexico."
If you know anyone along the route who would like to offer some assistance, or if you'd like to contribute to their cause, please visithttps://paddlingtopersevere.org/
Have you ever thought about living life as a Digital Nomad? 🌎
Today, we sat down with Jaz and talked about how she created a laptop lifestyle with her husband Mike, giving them the freedom to work wherever they choose. 💻
There's an elephant in the room that's hard to address - this pandemic has taken lives, jobs, and shut the doors of businesses - many of which won't open again.
In this episode we discuss some of the reasons why startups/new businesses often fail (besides pandemics), some things to work on, and getting through it together.
We have not by any means figured all of this out but we know that by working collaboratively within our own team, our clients, and our community that we can build a company that thrives and helps others to do the same.
Do you have days where the smallest, most inconsequential of tasks eat up an insane amount of your already-limited time?
You're not alone.
In this episode we discuss some of those entrepreneurial frustrations, going with the flow, and accepting that the path to success is a twisting, winding road lined with 2018-OfficeMax-level potholes.
Welcome to the Life at LucidCoast, where we discuss the Doomsday Bunkers of the Mega-Rich, 4/20, and whether or not there may be hope for Capitalism - among other things!
Reference article: https://bloom.bg/2Vp0hk8
We are extremely excited to have gotten to have this conversation with the Founders of Marquette's first Space Startup - Kall Morris Inc!
-We discuss a MAJOR problem in space that KMI is positioned to help solve
-How this problem affects everyone, not just space missions
- How the "stars aligned" for LucidCoast to help support these NMU alumni and entrepreneurs to launch their business right here in the UP
- How startups like this are the future for Small Town America
In this episode, RJ chats with Taylor Sirard, the founder of the Marquette Maker's Project. Primarily acting as an arts advocacy group, the Marquette Maker's encourage the community to share their work - both amateur and professional - to learn from, be inspired by, and connect to one another through passionate expresson.
What do you do when you started a business right before a global crisis and statewide shutdown?
How do you handle fear?
What happens when you don't know what next month, next week, tomorrow may bring?
We discuss all of these in Episode Four of Life at LucidCoast!