On this episode, we talk to Mark Boothe about the 25th anniversary of the digital ad and what impact that has had on the world around us.
This week on the podcast Nate Staniforth, magician, author, tv host, YouTuber, and student of life talks about his amazing book called Here is Real Magic. I had a great time talking to Nate about wonder, the art of magic, creativity, and writing. I hope you dig it.
Eric Hultgren talks to Peter Shankman about entrepreneurship, selling a business for the first time, and the power of exercise and boredom to create new ideas.
Adrian “AB” Butler has become an ambassador for the city of Grand Rapids and its unique breed of entrepreneurial creatives. As the frontman and founder of AB and Coconut Brown! (2007), the emcee helped craft a sound that delighted hip-hop heads and party people alike, earning the band numerous accolades including Grand Rapid's Best Band (GR Magazine 2011) and headlining The Local First Street Festival (2012). Now he is back on the podcast to talk about building a business and the art of djing. I truly hope you enjoy.
Don Myers is the owner of The Comic Signal, a comic book shop in Grand Rapids, Michigan. This weekend they celebrate their third anniversary so we sat down to talk about the business of comic books, how to build a community, and what is life in the comic book world after Stan Lee like.
Cole Williams is the CEO and Founder of “Son To A Father” and “Cole Speaks”, which are programs that work to empower and restore relationships between teens and their parents. Cole has developed curricula and workshops that explore the emotional terrain of Parenting. But that doesn't begin to capture the magic of actually hearing him share these stories. I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did making it.
In this second episode celebrating Black History Month, we talk to Skot Welch is recognized as a leader in utilizing the principles of global quality standards for the development and implementation of sustainable, systematic and measurable diversity initiatives. He has worked in the area of Diversity Management for nearly 20 years and his sought after in-depth knowledge of organizational diversity management systems development brings together and maximizes the perfect blend of people and process. We talk about culture, music, the etymology of words, and the importance of travel to understand other humans.
On this episode, we speak to Julian Newman, pastor of Tribes Church, keynote speaker, a leader in race and culture, along with actor, writer, and director. He joins us to talk about Black History Month and the impact it has on his life.
On this episode, we talk to Brian Kelly of Brian Kelly Photography about how he got his start, how to learn from your mistakes, and how to take risks in order to grow. I loved this conversation and I hope you do too.