Education
Mike The Trainer Taylor

Episode 77 – Mike Tayor, Taylored Fit

Posted: September 24, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Education, Featured, Health, Sport

Mike The Trainer Taylor Mike’s college education started with studying business until an economics class brought him to the realization that it might not be the right career for him. After moving on to performing arts and finding out that his lack of piano proficiency would be a big stumbling block he turned to his […]

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Kristopher Walton

Episode 72 – Kristopher Walton, Kristopher L. Walton & Associates

Posted: July 30, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Education, Featured, Health

A Mindset of Abundance Considering himself an entrepreneurial social worker sets Kristopher apart from other mental health professionals. “I use a lot of business ideas in order to create an outcome. I measure outcomes,” Kristopher said. He feels this approach helps his clients to work toward the future and limits their time in mental health […]

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Private Label University

Episode 66 – Neil and Karen Gwartzman, Private Label University

Posted: June 11, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Education, Featured, Service, Travel

What’s Your Perfect Product? In 1983, Neil Gwartzman dove into the private labeling industry when he joined his father’s brick-and-mortar manufacturing and importing company. After learning the business from the ground up, he committed himself to distill everything he and his father knew into a step-by-step system that could be used to easily and consistently identify, […]

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Yellowstone Playhouse

Episode 65 – Drew Durrant, Yellowstone Playhouse

Posted: June 4, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Education, Entertainment, Featured

Laughter is the Best Medicine From Memorial Day until Labor Day you will find Drew Durrant and his crew in Island Park cooking prime rib and performing family-friendly productions for thousands of visitors to the area. COVID-19 has put a little kink in theater plans this year and has delayed opening of Yellowstone Playhouse until […]

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Proxyscore

Episode 56 – Dave Roseberry, Proxy Score

Posted: March 26, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Education, Featured, Service, Technology

Service to the Core Scoring acts of service is a new concept but Dave Roseberry feels that it’s necessary. “Similar to a credit score but based on service and generosity,” Dave says, “you are building your life’s legacy.” Proxy Score is like a journal to keep track of service and generosity. It can also be […]

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Hope on the Horizon

Episode 54 – Mindy Rees, Hope on the Horizon

Posted: March 12, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Editor's Choice, Education, Featured, Health, Service

Accidental Influencer “I never intended on sharing anything”, says Mindy Rees, “for three years the only people who knew he was sick were family and close neighbors.” After deciding to seek answers at the Mayo Clinic, Mindy finally posted on social media that she needed the prayers of others to help them find a diagnosis. […]

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Shelly Shumway

Episode 52 – Shelly Shumway, Life Empowered

Posted: February 27, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Education, Featured, Health, Service

Emotional Decluttering “I want [my customers] to have hope, to be able to get rid of the things that aren’t them, so that they can shine through in their God-given gifts and talents and know whey they are here.” Shelly Shumway says of her work. Teaching mindset and connecting the body and mind is the […]

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Episode 25 – Stuart Draper of Stukent

Posted: June 6, 2019 at 6:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Education, Featured

The Student Becomes the Teacher When Stuart Draper attended college to learn about marketing, there was very little information that was taught about online marketing. Fast forward a few years later when Stu took an adjunct teaching role at that very college, he saw that some things had not changed and that included what was […]

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