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036 – How to Set Goals that M.A.T.A. and Achieve Them in 2020
In this episode, we share strategies you can use for setting goals and resolutions for the New Year, plus we give you a sneak peek into what you can expect from this podcast in 2020.
037 – Hunter Berry of Taco Billy on Finding Purpose in Breakfast Tacos
Ever wondered how West Asheville's beloved Taco Billy got its start? In this episode, we uncover the story of this local eatery's founder and learn more about his experience with building Earthships.
038 – Garnet Fisher on Creating Art from a Place of Enough
What does it take to become an artist in Asheville and should you do it full-time? In this episode, local artist and designer Garnet Fisher shares her story and perspective on creating art and finding more meaning in life.
039 – Myles Alexander of Form & Function Architecture on Doing “Okay-ish” in Asheville
When most people think of architects, they think of rich, white old men in fancy highrise buildings. But Myles Alexander, the founder of Form & Function Architecture, has a slightly different story.
040 – Lisa and Dean Peteet of Atlas Branding on Building a Sustainable Brand and Working with Your Spouse
What do you do when the job you want just isn't out there? The couple behind one of Asheville's top branding and design agencies gives advice for creating your own work and growing a sustainable business.
041 – Kaye Bentley of Asheville Rooftop Bar Tours on Career Change, Following Through, and Asheville History
Kaye Bentley, founder of Asheville Rooftop Tours, shares the story of following through on an idea that just wouldn't leave her alone.
042 – Gareth Higgins on Telling More Meaningful Stories and Building a Better Community
Storyteller and writer Gareth Higgins shares advice on how to tell and create more meaningful stories about the world and ourselves.
043 – Kyle Brown of Clawhammer Supply on Following Your Curiosity and Leveraging Content Marketing to Grow Your Business
The founder of a home brewing and distilling equipment company shares his secret sauce for success.
044 – Change Agent Philip Cooper of UpSkill WNC on Building Bridges and Filling in the Gaps in the Community
In this episode, we interview change agent and re-entry expert, Philip Cooper.
045 – Nicole McConville on Visual Storytelling, Connection, and Stretching Yourself to Be Fearless
Asheville photographer and artist, Nicole McConville, shares her story of developing a passion for visual storytelling.
046 – Clint Spiegel of Industry Nine (i9) on Innovation and Keeping Your Edge
Clint identifies as a "constant innovator" with an "overactive mind." Over the years, he's started numerous businesses, from manufacturing knives to building engineering software and industrial robotics. Some of these businesses failed and faded away, but some of them—like Industry Nine (appropriately name "nine" because it was his ninth business)—have been wildly successful.
047 – Tyler J. McCall on Business Strategies to Help Deal with COVID-19 / Coronavirus
In this episode, we sit down with online marketing expert, Tyler J. McCall to discuss new ways you and your business can utilize digital marketing strategies throughout the COVID-19 quarantine.
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