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Focus on Financial Services: The Re-Architecting of Business

Posted On November 12, 2019

I’ve been working on this new presentation since the spring and am happy to report that it has been met with great success with my financial services clients. Most recently was the Schwab IMPACT! Conference in San Diego last week. Our office has received requests for this presentation to other groups since last Tuesday. Below […]

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship via Univ of South Alabama’s I-Corps

Posted On November 12, 2019

Drs Michael Chambers and Andrew Byrd know the questions to ask, the people to talk to, and the processes to explore to get your business idea or invention started. They work with individuals and companies that are trying to break through and offer coaching, feedback, and introductions. If it’s going to fail, they want it […]

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What’s Working? CBD is Working.

Posted On November 12, 2019

Joe Brown owns Your CBD Store of West Mobile. Dr Jan Roberts teaches at the NYU Silver School of Social Work and has a weekly podcast called New Hemp Times. Between the two of them, they know the chemical composition of CBD, how the body reacts to it, and to manage expectations about what it […]

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Keeping It Real: A simple question: “Is that what you’re wearing?” Answer: “Basspole.” Or something like that.

Posted On October 8, 2019

You can now find my Keeping It Real commentaries via your favorite podcast app. Search for Keeping It Real with Cam Marston. Or tune in to Alabama Public Radio Fridays at 7:45am or 4:45pm. Today’s episode – A seemingly simple question that gets an odd reply.

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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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Perking Along for Four Generations: Matt Saurage and Community Coffee

Posted On August 19, 2019

Matt Saurage’s great grandfather, Cap Saurage, began Community Coffee in Baton Rouge, Louisiana four generations ago in the year 1919. Matt’s vow is to keep the company true to its roots by providing the best, most consistent brew of coffee the company is capable of and keeping the company viable for the next generation of […]

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This Week’s Keeping It Real – Meet Conrad and Thomas. Two kids in the neighborhood learning about work and money.

Posted On July 15, 2019

On this week’s episode of Keeping It Real meet Conrad and Thomas – two neighborhood kids learning the value of hard work and money. They came to my door one Sunday afternoon and my heart melted.

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Keeping It Real – Friday May 24 – Surprising and worrying decline in mental health in next gen workforce

Posted On May 28, 2019

On this week’s Keeping It Real – my research for a client reveals a trend that is worrying to say the least.

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Keeping It Real – February 15th – Alabama Public Radio

Posted On February 15, 2019

Why February 15th should be a holiday called the National Day of Apologies and Reconciliations. 

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AL Public Radio – Keeing It Real – Memories of Football as a Boy

Posted On January 15, 2019

AL Public Radio – Keeping It Real Remembering Football as a Young Boy

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