The show where we interview leading figures in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Area about what they had to let go of to reach their goals. Sponsored by Jolly Plumbing.
Betsy Wecker - Ep. 5
Betsy is a freelance brand strategist and writer, a futurist and provocateur who’s passionate about helping people and brands connect more deeply with themselves, others, and new ideas.
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Joe Boyd - Ep. 4
Joe Boyd is the Founder and CEO of Rebel Pilgrim Creative Agency, a growing company that assists organizations, including multiple Fortune 100 companies, produce story-driven content and live experiences. Joe is a storyteller with a unique dual background in business and improvisational comedy (The Second City). He has produced over 10 feature films and is a contributor for The Huffington Post and Leadercast. He speaks often on the topics of Story-Driven Leadership, Improv as Innovation, and Embracing Failure.
Joe lives in downtown Cincinnati with Debbie, his wife of 25 years. Together they have two sons, Eli and Aidan, a beagle named Charlie, and Rosie, a yellow lab who firmly believes Joe is the greatest person to ever walk the earth.
Twitter - @JoeBoyd
Company – www.rebelpilgrim.com
Kelly Rippin - Ep. 3
Kelly is the morning news anchor at WLWT Channel 5 here in Cincinnati. She’s loves to bring you the local news as you get ready for school, work or just another day.
Before her first stint in Cincinnati, she worked in Clarksburg, WV, and from Cincinnati she went to Nashville and Orlando, before returning to the Queen City.
When she’s not at work, she’s spending time with her dog, Penny, or her fiancé (In that order).
Rachel DesRochers – Ep. 2
Rachel DesRochers is the founder of Grateful Grahams, an artisanal graham cracker company; the Incubator Kitchen Collective, a non-profit providing kitchen space, business support, and mentorship to food entrepreneurs; founder of The Good People Festival, an annual free music festival; and In Gratitude, a podcast of tools, tidbits and chats on living a life in gratitude. Rachel has received numerous local awards and was a semi-finalist for Martha Stewarts American Made Award and awarded the Local Luminary from Slow Foods Cincinnati. Rachel is a passionate believer in the power of gratitude and the role of food in creating of community. Her mission goes beyond making a great cookie: she also wants to impact her community with positivity and action.
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Mark Collier - Ep. 1
Mark Collier the publisher for Living Magazine and Fort Thomas Matters. He is a current member of Leadership Northern Kentucky and an elected member of the Fort Thomas City Council. Mark talks about letting go of certainty and how that has impacted on how he approached our current CO-19 crisis.