For episode 10, we dove deep with travel blogger Flower La Warner into traveling in Asia, living as an expat in Korea, and from it creating social good.
Don Strasser moved to Columbus after living in New York until he was 40, and after a career serving those effected by mental health, he retired. But the idea of moving to Florida and spending his days playing golf on pristine golf courses just didn’t sit with him. So what did he do?
Flying horse farms, is not a farm, nor do they have any horses. But what they are is serious fun. So, join me in episode 8 of the podcast for some fun… seriously!
For episode 7, we dive deep into Mysore style Astanga Yoga, with Danielle DePompei, an instructor at Astanga Yoga Columbus.
This is a podcast about what you can do to help the environment. Steven Anderson’s environmental activism is inspiring. He is an avid bird watcher, and has been counting birds to track their migration and population for 20 years. He works to protect rainforest abroad as well as local wetlands. He drives a Chevy Volt, composts, and he’s traveled to Washington DC to meet with our congressmen.
Entrepreneurs often don’t understand the value of graphic design. People like me don’t understand the world of freelancing. So…
My father founded his company, ASG, 15 years ago to provide retail real estate services: helping retailers to audit landlords, manage leases, build stores, negotiate deals and develop strategy. This is the story of how he started.
I am delighted to bring to you a podcast with Matt Reese, a Columbus photographer who has built up the Commons Studio photography company with a social mission.
An insightful conversation with Lindsay Stevenson, who delightfully discussed her passion for permaculture farming… and her motivations on why she wants to leave her profession as a medical doctor to start her own farm!
For this first episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Mikela Thomas, the diversity liaison at Cheshire Elementary School, about culture and diversity.