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Posted On January 11, 2021

Devin Marks Coaches Experts to Deliver their Powerful Messages Powerfully.

Devin Marks has a recipe for delivering the spoken word powerfully. Story. Conflict. Resolution. Vulnerability. Empathy. Simplicity. Who new there was a method? Devin discovered the method and now teaches experts worldwide how to organize their message in such a way that audiences will NEVER forget what they heard.

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Posted On January 4, 2021

Jeff Butler is building a mid-century American furniture retail empire.

Covid forced Jeff Butler to change how he brought his furniture finds to market which began a banner year for Jeff and his team. He’s focused today on building his business to scale larger and larger and the top lesson he’s learned: sharing the pie will yield bigger results than keeping most of it for himself. 

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Posted On December 14, 2020

Holiday Trends in the Wine Business: A Chat with Jim Cox of Southern Napa Wines

Easy to get excited about recording a radio show when the guest starts pulling out corks before we’re even seated at our mics. Jim Cox is no stranger to teaching the neophyte to the most sophisticated palette how to enjoy wine. We discuss wine trends, his story, and how during Covid he and his team went through some reinvention that lead to one of the best years they’ve ever had.  

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Posted On December 7, 2020

Robert Tucker – A Peek into the Post-Pandemic Future

Robert Tucker is a futurist with insights into how our work world will look once normalcy has returned. He makes big predictions that will impact the way business functions. 

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Posted On November 30, 2020

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

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 their own productions, she got busy and remains so today. Learn what it takes to find and market talent and the most surprising things that talent wanna-be’s have to learn. 

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Posted On November 16, 2020

Andy MacDonald: The Art and Business of Music

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 guitars (when Andy can find them – inventory nationwide is low.) Hear how Andy has evolved his business and himself and learn the state of the local music business. 

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Posted On November 9, 2020

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

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 and, most importantly, what I should do about my chronically broken ice-maker. 

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Posted On November 2, 2020

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

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.

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Posted On October 26, 2020

REPLAY: Lane Zirlott and Murder Point Oysters

Lane Zirlott remains one of our favorites and fall means oysters to us so we’re replaying Lane’s interview. We can’t get enough of him. 

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Posted On October 19, 2020

Victory Health Partner’s Mission: Service plus Excellent Healthcare

On a mission trip providing medical care, Dr Robert Lightfoot felt a stirring inside that he couldn’t deny and returned to Mobile, Alabama with the intent to provide healthcare to a marginalized community that needed it the most. In 2019 it totaled nearly 20,000 patient encounters and nearly $40M in free medication. Since Covid, he and his team have been in ever greater demand, continuing to serve his community and being obedient to a higher calling. 

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