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05 – Cameron Brown – Dream Big, Live Fully, Make an Impact

Join me in a discussion with Cameron Brown, who is travelling the world helping people, organizations, businesses and communities Dream Big, Live Fully and Make an Impact in the world around them. If we are going to build a better

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04 – Food Waste – John Grant, Environmentalist and Harvard MBA

Join me for an interview with John Grant, environmentalist and consultant on Food Waste. A fascinating, compelling and totally engaged individual, John is a real treat for the ears and mind. John referenced more than a few websites and books.

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03 – Tim Askew , founder of Corporate Rain, on Small Business

Tim Askew, founder of Corporate Rain, joins me for a discussion of finding meaning in entrepreneurship. Tim found his calling after a career as a teacher, administrator, singer, actor, caterer and finally an entrepreneur. He is a long time friend

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02 – Sports and Education with Mike Doolittle

Mike Doolittle, former Harvard National Champion Varsity 8 Heavyweight rower, is writing a book about college sports. The discussion is fascinating and raises many questions about the our system of higher education and the evolution of a sport system that

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My country

I just want to say during this mess of a political season that I am standing up. This is my country, not theirs. It does not belong to the Republicans, or Democrats. It is not the bankers, or brokers. It

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Combat Flip Flops

This is the type of company that we have to support. I found it via an ad I followed, which I am usually hesitant to do. However please check them out here. Their mission statement is below: THE MISSION To

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Setting the foundation from Richard Branson

Richard Branson’s 18 tips for Success Don’t do it if you don’t enjoy it Be Visible Choose your name wisely You can’t run a business without taking risks The first impression is everything, so is the second Perfection is unattainable

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A Man on a Mission

This is a superb piece in the NY Times, here,  that completely surprised me about a NY Giants football player. This guy waits for no one and views life as an adventure. He is a true inspiration for everyone. We

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Political Think Tanks in America

How do they influence policy? What exactly do they do? What makes them effective? How do they survive? Who funds them? A list on Wikipedia here

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Project life

One can certainly take many structures and think that they can explain the universe. We use metaphors all the time to draw parallels. I tend to lean to a “Project” way of thinking. No matter what I do, or want

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