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050 – Nick Dodson of Broken Helm on Building a Production Company to Help Suffering Addicts Create
In this episode, we interview Nick Dodson, the founder of Broken Helm, a multi-media production company for people who are afflicted with addiction and want to create. Nick and his team help recovering addicts produce podcasts, music, art, merchandise, and more.
051 – Marilyn Ball of Speaking of Travel on The Rise of Asheville
In this episode, we interview Marilyn Ball, host of the Speaking of Travel podcast and author of The Rise of Asheville.
052 – The Founders of Moonlight Makers on Testing, Trusting, and T-Shirts
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, when they first started out, their intention was to sell the artwork of local artists, not their own line of products.
053 – Stephanie and Matt Trowbridge of Range Urgent Care on Reimagining Healthcare
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 services Asheville citizens providing them with a simplified healthcare system, friendly and open service, and insanely transparent pricing.
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.
055 – Luke McLaughlin of Holistic Survival School on Relearning, Remembering, and Rewilding
One glance at a photo of Luke, long-haired and bare-chested, and you might have the impression that he's some kind of lone caveman, a modern-day Tarzan. But, as you'll see in this episode, that's not exactly the full picture. Luke is committed to helping other people not only learn "earth-based skills" like building a fire from sticks, but also remembering and relearning what it means to be human again.
056 – Oby Morgan, Founder of Capital at Play, on Blind Ambition
In this episode, we interview Oby Morgan, the founder of Capital…
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.
058 – Sarajane Case on the Enneagram, Publishing a Book, and Building a Content Strategy that Works for You
Based in Asheville, Sarajane Case is s coach, writer, and speaker. Using research and mindset shifts that she has compiled over the years, Sarajane help women find (and re-find) joy in their work and life. She is the author of The Honest Enneagram, as well as the founder of Enneagram and Coffee and @YourCoffeeatHome.
059 – Jaze Uries on Creating Art and Music with Intention
Jaze Uries is a singer, drummer, songwriter, and photographer. Jaze has been creating music for nearly three decades. At age twenty he left the New School for Contemporary Music in NYC where he was studying to tour the world as a drummer. He recently released his first song called "Touch" together with his bandmate, Ted. Their group name is Tü Koyote.
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.
061 – Keynon Lake of My Daddy Taught Me That
Born and raised in Asheville, Keynon Lake is an author, mentor, social worker, radio host, and public speaker. In 2012, he founded My Daddy Me and has been running the program on a volunteer basis since.
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