The Soul of Enterprise is designed to champion the insight that wealth is created by intellectual capital, a product of the inexhaustible human spirit.
Wealth is above all an accumulation of possibilities. These possibilities lie hidden in the womb of the future, waiting to be discovered by human imagination, ingenuity, and creativity, manifested in free enterprises dedicated to the service of others. Tune in to The Soul of Enterprise, with Ron Baker and Ed Kless, broadcast live every Friday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Influencers Channel and 1 PM Pacific Time, on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.
Interview with Professor Antony Davies
Ron and Ed will be joined by Professor Antony Davies, associate professor of economics at Duquesne University. He is co-host of the podcast, Words & Numbers with Professor James Harrigan.
Ken Teasdale, Armanino Audit Partner, Cannabis Group
Even though forty-five states permit marijuana, and one-third of Americans live in a location where recreational marijuana use is legal, it is still a controlled substance as a matter of federal law.
Woke Capitalism: Virtuous or Virtue-Signaling?
Should sustainability be our new standard for investing? According to Larry Fink of BlackRock (more than $7 trillion in assets) the answer is yes.
Second interview with Mark Stiving
"Your market cares about how much value they will get from your product. Purchase decisions are driven almost entirely by the perceived value of the alternatives." This is just some of the wisdom from our Guest, Mark Stiving.
Project Management and The Subscription Model
This episode is dedicated to the possibility that we can understand project management quite differently when we view it through the lens of the subscription model.
Interview with Mustafa Akyol
Ron and Ed welcome Turkish journalist and author, Mustafa Akyol. Like Rabbi Daniel Lapin and Father Robert Sirico, Mustafa ardently defends the free market in a religious context in his case, Islam.
After recently sustaining a back injury I have taken up walking and this podcast is my constant partner. Ron and Ed have a great rapport between themselves and their guests. They have brilliant guests who share openly about matters that should inspire any business leader that desires their business to be more than it currently is. Their journey to find the soul of enterprise is one I thoroughly recommend you follow.
While Ron and Ed were good and my dad was okay (Matthew), my favourite bit was Greg Kyte and when he talked about the book Ron and Ed wrote.
Kind regards Aven Burgess age 10
(Matthew’s little kid)
In the words of Tina Turner - 'Simply the Best'!