Suzanne Massingill – Barefoot Model and Talent – Discovering the “it” factor

Posted On November 30, 2020

Suzanne learned her business by doing it at all levels. Moving to Mobile, she saw an opportunity in the market where she could provide models and actors for productions along the Gulf Coast. As the popularity of this region as a filming destination increased and Netflix and the like began…

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Andy MacDonald: The Art and Business of Music

Posted On November 16, 2020

Andy MacDonald owns Picker’s Paradise in Stockton, Alabama. Musicians from all around know of the store and the jam sessions that occur there. Has Corona shut him down? Not at all. Aspiring musicians, with time on their hands, have shown up to get lessons, upgrade their skills, and get new…

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Knox Boteler Talks about How the Little Guy can Take on the Big Corporations

Posted On November 9, 2020

Knox Boteler knows how to protect the little guy when he’s bought a defective product and can’t get the major corporate manufacturer to take responsibility. Document everything, save receipts, and when all else fails, post to social media. Knox takes us through how the world of consumer protections are changing…

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Josh Duplantis – Working On Tomorrow’s (and Today’s!) Workforce

Posted On November 2, 2020

Pandemic + hurricanes + huge numbers of jobs available equals… what? No one is quite sure. Josh Duplantis isn’t waiting, though. He’s working to train the next generation in his role as Dean of Workforce Development for Coastal Alabama Community College. Check out this episode!

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