Stanton Moore: A Work Ethic that Never Skips a Beat

Posted On September 24, 2019

Stanton Moore’s dozens of recordings, contributions to other’s recordings, appearances on multiple soundtracks, and appearances on late night TV are a testament to two things: talent + work ethic. It’s his work ethic, though, that has made him a go-to source for the music industry. Once he proved predictable, he says, the magazines, drum manufacturers, […]

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The Coach Belittled an Audience Member. It infuriated me.

Posted On September 23, 2019

On this week’s episode of Keeping It Real, I retell the story of watching a coach’s speech and how he broke one of the cardinal rules of public speaking. For more Keeping It Real commentaries, search for them on your favorite podcast site or search Keeping It Real with Cam Marston on Facebook.

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Think your information is secure online? You might want to think again

Posted On September 23, 2019

Think your computer is secure? Think passwords are a devious prank the IT department invented to drive us all crazy? Think the Dark Web is a working title for the next Spider-Man movie? Our guest in the latest episode of “What’s Working With Cam Marston” begs you to think again. Glenda Snodgrass is president and […]

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You’ve Likely Been Hacked. And Your Details are For Sale.

Posted On September 16, 2019

Glenda Snodgrass says you and I have probably already been hacked. Many times. And our information is for sale on the Dark Web – which is a real place – to the highest bidder. Even little ole you and little ole me are targets for these industrious and entrepreneurial criminals. Glenda walks us through what […]

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Not Just Dorms: Filling a niche by creating a space that feels like home

Posted On September 11, 2019

The foundation of entrepreneurship is identifying a need and providing a solution. Shawn Cushing did just that. When her oldest daughter left for college, she was shocked by the amount of money and effort that parents put into furnishing and decorating their children’s dorm rooms. And she thought she could do it better. So in […]

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Not Just Dorms: An Entrepreneurial Business that Makes Dorm Decoration Quick, Pretty, and Lightweight

Posted On September 9, 2019

When Shawn Cushing moved her oldest daughter into college in 2012 she was shocked at what she spent, how heavy it was, and how much work it was. An entrepreneurial spirit, Shawn dove into finding ways to make the whole process quick, easy, less expensive, and light-weight. In 2019 she and Annie Henseler will fill […]

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Think you know iGen? You might need to think again

Posted On September 9, 2019

What do you think of when you think of iGen? A bunch of teens glued to their devices, posting selfies to SnapChat and following the latest trendsetters on YouTube? Maybe you don’t know them as well as you think. A report from the British Institute for Practitioners in Advertising referenced at PRWeek.com recently found that […]

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Making it in the restaurant business is about more than just the food

Posted On September 6, 2019

Does a restauranteur ever get tired of foodies trying to pick his brain? Not Chris Rainosek. “No, not at all, because I am one of them,” Rainosek, owner and head chef of The Noble South in Mobile and our guest in the latest episode of “What’s Working With Cam Marston,” says of food aficionados. “It’s […]

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Farm to Table Phenom: Chef Chris Rainosek of Mobile’s The Noble South

Posted On September 3, 2019

Chef Chris Rainosek brought The Noble South restaurant to downtown in Mobile at the beginning of Dauphin Street’s recent renaissance. Many restaurants have come and gone since, but The Noble South remains. It’s busy every day and night due to ambitiously setting customer’s expectations as soon as they walk through the door to consistently providing […]

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Scrap that top-down thinking: Listening to your employees is important

Posted On September 3, 2019

If one were to read a book by a man who built a scrap metal business that includes 77 locations and handles 3½ million tons of recycled metals a year, that book would be about recycling scrap metal. But the book that George Adams, owner of California-based SA Recycling, decided to write isn’t about recycling. […]

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