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063 – Aaaand we’re back!
In this episode, we kick off Season 5 with a few special announcements and a teaser of what's to come.
064 – John Fleer on Learning How to Become a Restaurateur
What does it take to run a successful restaurant group in Asheville? John Fleer, our humble guest and Asheville restaurateur, shares his personal story in this episode.
065 – Lisa Zahiya on Dancing, Business, and Goal Setting
Belly dancer, public speaker, and dance studio owner—Lisa Zahiya has found success in many different ventures, all the while helping others to set and achieve better goals through her life coaching practice.
066 – Brian Combs of Haywood Street Congregation on the Imperfect Art of Urban Ministry & Talking to Strangers
"Relationships, above all else." That's the motto of Haywood St. Congregation, the United Methodist church and non-profit that Brian Combs founded in 2009. In this episode, we learn more about why Brian chose urban ministry over a career in industrial design and hear some unexpected advice for serving others.
067 – David Ackley & Cristina Hall Ackley of Ginger’s Revenge on Developing a Recipe for Success
In a town like Asheville where craft breweries are abound, Cristina and David's business of producing a gluten-free alcoholic ginger beer isn't exactly what you'd expect. Still, they've found a recipe for success and are constantly tweaking and perfecting their path forward.
068 – Anneliesse Gormley of Spoon + Hook on Learning to Say No and Ask for What You Want
Female woodworker, Anneliesse Gormley of Spoon & Hook shares her story of learning how to own a business and home her craft in Asheville, NC.
069-Elijah Cox & Patricia Waters of Chill Cereal Bar
Mother-Son duo Patricia and Elijah share their story of Chill Cereal Bar, a pop up cereal bar for people of all ages located in Asheville, NC.
070 – Jared Kay of Amplified Media on Building a Video Production Business Founded in Community
How can being a part of your community impact the future of your business? Jared Kay, the founder of Amplified Media, testifies to the power of relationships and the impact that those connections have had on his success.
071 – Justin & Amanda James of Opie Way on Reviving the American-Made Sneaker Industry
The founder's of Opie Way, a married couple and shoe designers, share their story of crafting the perfect shoe & realizing a dream on the Making It In Asheville Podcast.
072 – John Hornsby on Finding Art Through Community and Breaking Down What “Value” Means
In this episode, we interview John Hornsby, a creative graphic artist, organizer of information, strategic thinker, and an experienced achiever. What one might call, a Chief Creative Ninja.
073 – Carlos Palma & Elizabeth Goyer of Textura Rugs
In this episode we interview Carlos Palma and Liz Goyer, the two experts in customer service and business people behind Textura Rugs in Asheville, NC.
074 – Emily Copus of Carolina Flowers on Being a Keeper of the Dream
Emily Copus, Western Carolina native, owner of Carolina Flowers and Zadie's Market, shares her story of success in Asheville, NC.
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