It’s time to rethink our status quo. Paul Jarvis is back, picking the brains of entrepreneurs writing their own rules.
Small Business Spotlight: Solu n.o.w. Tone Therapy System, featuring Co-founder Michael Joly
In this small business spotlight, Michael Joly's n.o.w. Tone Therapy System delivers gentle, calming tones amidst the noisy backdrop of the Tampa, Florida, neighborhood that his company, Solu, calls home.
Fathom: A Study In Partnership
Fathom Analytics founders Paul Jarvis and Jack Ellis chat about creating privacy-first analytics software, splitting the duties of owning and operating a business, and the shared values that have helped guide them along the way.
Annie Cannons: Training a Tech Workforce from a Place of Trauma
Laura Hackney is CEO and co-founder of AnnieCannons, a nonprofit that trains human trafficking survivors to be software engineers. They’re empowering folks to rebuild their lives—and changing the culture of STEM in the process.
Beam Paints: Deputize Yourself to Make Bold Choices
Anong Beam is the founder of Beam Paints in Canada’s M’Chigeeng First Nation. Fueled by her passion for color and strong business acumen, she’s creating products that are rooted in equal parts tradition and sustainability.
Dirty Girl Produce: Farming as Activism (while making a profit)
Dirty Girl Produce owner Joe Schirmer is passionate about small-scale organic farming. He’s trying to change the agricultural industry and knows that the relationships he builds are as vital to his success as the food he grows.
Whispering Smith: Architecture as a Gateway to Change
Kate Fitzgerald, director of the feminist architecture firm Whispering Smith, is helping to move the needle toward truly sustainable architecture—and shaking up the status quo of an entire industry in the process.
Real yet hopeful - just what’s needed
Over the course of the last month, we started dividing the world into BC and AC (before and after coronavirus). This is a great series to listen while trying to figure how the AC world is going to look. It’s honest, realistic yet with a ray of hope. Thank you!
Leave it to Paul...
One of the most valuable things right now is hearing real-time (or close to) stories from people just like us about what’s happening on the ground where they are. Thank you Paul for opening this connection. Looking forward to the next episodes and to weathering this thing together.