060 – Aisha Adams on Creating Equity for Everyone

In this episode, we interview Aisha Adams, a coach, business developer, and social media influencer. She is the founder of Aisha Adams Media Group, Equity Over Everything, and NappyThoughts.com. Here’s What You’ll Learn in this Episode: The story of how Aisha started Aisha Adams Media Group 5 ways businesses can support BIPOC and POC while … Continue reading 060 – Aisha Adams on Creating Equity for Everyone

058 – Sarajane Case on the Enneagram, Publishing a Book, and Building a Content Strategy that Works for You

In this episode, we interview Sarajane Case, a coach, writer, and speaker. Here’s What You’ll Learn in this Episode: A basic breakdown of what the Enneagram is, what it’s not, and how it can help you better understand yourself and others Sarajane shares what it was like to write and publish her first book, The … Continue reading 058 – Sarajane Case on the Enneagram, Publishing a Book, and Building a Content Strategy that Works for You

057 – Molly Dingledine, Jeweler and Founder of Sisters in Circles

In this episode we interview Molly Dingledine, an Asheville-based jeweler and the founder of Sisters in Circles, a non-profit organization run by women for women. Here’s What You’ll Learn in this Episode: The story of how and why Molly decided to dedicate her life designing and making jewelry by hand How trusting her intuition and … Continue reading 057 – Molly Dingledine, Jeweler and Founder of Sisters in Circles

055 – Luke McLaughlin of Holistic Survival School on Relearning, Remembering, and Rewilding

In this episode we interview Luke McLaughlin, the founder and head instructor of Holistic Survival School. Luke has spent hours upon hours surviving out in nature, even competing three times in the Discovery Channel show, Naked and Afraid. Prior to moving to Asheville and starting Holistic Survival School, he worked as a Wilderness Therapy instructor … Continue reading 055 – Luke McLaughlin of Holistic Survival School on Relearning, Remembering, and Rewilding

054 – Jeff Kaplan of Venture Asheville on What Research Says It Takes to Be a Successful Entrepreneur

In this episode, we interview Jeff Kaplan, the Director of Venture Asheville and founder of Just Kibbitz. In our own opinion, Jeff is as close to the gravitational center of Asheville’s startup ecosystem as you can get. For as long as he can remember, Jeff has been fascinated by entrepreneurship. Prior to becoming the Director … Continue reading 054 – Jeff Kaplan of Venture Asheville on What Research Says It Takes to Be a Successful Entrepreneur

053 – Stephanie and Matt Trowbridge of Range Urgent Care on Reimagining Healthcare

In this episode, we interview Stephanie and Matt Trowbridge, the husband and wife founders of Range Urgent Care in Asheville, NC. Stephanie and Matt are on a mission to reimagine healthcare. In 2017, the husband and wife team opened up Range Urgent Care, a walk-in clinic located on Merrimon Avenue in North Asheville. Today, Range … Continue reading 053 – Stephanie and Matt Trowbridge of Range Urgent Care on Reimagining Healthcare

052 – The Founders of Moonlight Makers on Testing, Trusting, and T-Shirts

In this episode, we interview the two founders of Moonlight Makers, Claire Watson and Nicole Hairfield. You probably know Moonlight Makers for their shop on Rankin Ave that sells t-shirts and gifts stamped with silly puns and phrases. But what you might now know is that Moonlight Makers wasn’t always a t-shirt company. In fact, … Continue reading 052 – The Founders of Moonlight Makers on Testing, Trusting, and T-Shirts