The Capitalist Sage is a twice a month podcast that seeks out entrepreneurs and business experts, that speak to the real world life of doing business, for their sage advice.
Our audience is future, present, and past small business owners. Our mission is to provide “sage” advice to small business owners from other business owners and business subject matters experts. We aim to inspire business owners to explore traditional and new ideas to improve their business.
Your podcast hosts are Karl Barham and Rico Figliolini
ASHRAE: Changing the value of a building and setting standards for the world
ASHRAE, and the engineers that make up its society, are responsible for setting the standard of building in the United States and many countries. Today’s guest, Ginger Scoggins, is the current Treasurer and served as chair for the Building Headquarters Ad Hoc Committee at ASHRAE. In addition to her work there, she is also president and co-founder of Engineered Designs, Inc. In this episode, Karl and Rico talk with Ginger about the new ASHRAE Headquarters in Peachtree Corners and this society's amazing work.
ASHRAE is a global professional society committed to serving humanity by advancing the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, and their allied fields.
Learn How A Full Event Production Company Handled Growth, Pause and the Challenges of Coming Back
How does an event company handle the challenge of a forced moment of pause? Lindsay Schwartz of M2EventsGroup and Tyler Scott of Music Matters Productions discuss with Karl Barham and Rico Figliolini the challenges they faced, investments made and the next level of growth during these times.
How the Wesleyan Artist Market Converted to a Virtual Market for 2021
The Wesleyan Artist’s Market has been a celebration of local and national art and community creativity. With all of the changes of this past year, the volunteers and leaders of this event are innovating with how to continue to put on a great show in a virtual way. Join Karl Barham and Rico Figliolini on this very exciting episode of the Capitalist Sage as they sit down with the many wonderful organizers of this event.
How The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Comes to Life Virtually & In-Person
Learning to run a virtual film festival with drive-in movies too, for the first time isn't easy? The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is back and better than ever! Karl Barham and Rico Figliolini are joined by Sari Earl, the vice president of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival board. For years the AJFF has been bringing great films to Metro Atlanta and on this episode listen in to explore how they're doing a film festival in a pandemic and socially distanced environment.
New Website: https://ajffrecommends.org
Social Media: @AJFFAtlanta
[00:00:30] - Intro
[00:03:17] - About Sari
[00:07:10] - Changing Perceptions
[00:13:20] - Going Virtual
[00:18:09] - Ideas to Take into the Future
[00:22:33] - How Films are Selected
[00:24:35] - Cost of Films
[00:26:53] - Getting Involved
[00:27:58] - Film Recommendations
[00:32:11] - Closing
From the Corporate World to Full time Real Estate Investor and Author with his Son
On this episode of the Capitalist Sage, Karl and Rico are joined by Rudely Kelly and his son, Jayden. Rudley is a real estate investor, a realtor and an author who with the help of his son, wrote “Real Estate with my Daddy”, a children’s book that explains the ins and outs of real estate to kids. Listen in on the inspiration behind this book and hear Rudley’s expert insight into the real estate industry.
How to get what they want out of their business - meeting today's challenges
On this episode of the Capitalist Sage, Karl and Rico are joined by Brian Sulka from Provisus Partners. He’s here to share some knowledge about EOS and help you figure out the role you need to play in your business journey. Listen in to hear tips and tricks that you and your organization need to continue to grow and thrive.
Grandson of a farmer
I rather be a farmer then working out corporate world. This make re think my life, this was good listen.
Informative podcast, thank you for the effort.