Monologues and conversations about business, sales, marketing, management, games, human nature, and society. Talking to old friends, new acquaintances, and lots of interesting people who are doing interesting things. Listen in and enjoy.
Aaron Smith talks about his push to bring more STEM and STEAM to schools, and his ideas for getting educators and workforce managers working together. https://www.linkedin.com/in/workplacereadinesssolutions
Maura Sweeney of maura4u.com talks about spreading happiness. No, not the frivolous and goofy version of happiness you see in pharmaceutical commercials ... instead, she talks about finding the happiness that is a life strategy and a part of your plan. ...just listen
Josh Cohen started his junkluggers.com business with his mom’s SUV when he was in college. He now has franchises around the country and is showing us all how you can keep almost everything out of the landfill when you are disposing of things.
Talking about music with Bill Protzmann of billprotzmann.com. He is doing great work helping people keep music in their lives as a way to care for themselves and to bring joy and meaning to life. • Bill Protzmann of Music Care •
Family budgeting and spending management are challenging. Shane Walker talks about his new service that makes it easy to forecast and spend within your budget without making yourself crazy. His Proactive Budget app and specialized debit card are powerful ways to manage money better.
• How we frame new technologies and present them matters... Have we chosen the right words, the right phrases or the right associations around block chain and digital currencies? I don’t think so. ...at least not yet.
Talking with Stacey Button, who heads up economic development for the city of Columbia, MO. She also leads the local Regional Economic Development Inc, and oversees promotion of the local regional airport. Stacey talks about what her teams do and how they impact the region.
I have a lot of interesting acquaintances. I first met Clenora Hudson Weems probably 27 years ago when she first came to the University of Missouri. We were in a carpet store. Since she has never met a stranger, we struck up a conversation. I bumped into her many times over the years. I primarily knew her as having great yard sales. My wife and I like to go to yard sales and estate sales. When Clenora had a yard sale, there was always great stuff to look at, and interesting conversation. At some point I saw an article about her in the local news and realized she had done groundbreaking work on the Emmett Till case, Africana Womanism, and more. It goes to show you, you never know who you’re saying hello to in the grocery aisle, until you find out.