Entrepreneurs are driven, focused, and succeed under pressure. We talk with people who do difficult things at the highest level. Through these conversations we see how they power through adversity to build their businesses and their lives.
Clint Ayesh, Owner Crestview Wine and Spirits-- Liquor Industry in Kansas
Entrepreneurs see obstacles as temporary impediments rather than a crippling problem. They do not focus on hurdles, they adapt and move forward in spite of them. In no case is that greater represented than the liquor business. Laws are draconian in the state of Kansas (ever-changing) and an entrepreneur in that industry must be alert because the rules are always changing-- mostly to the detriment of their business. Clint Ayesh has adapted over the last 20 years and his business thrives because of it
Roy Turner, Tournament Director Wichita Open & Dr. Brian Pate, Chair Pediatrics KU Medicine
The measure of a strong community is in the ability to collaborate to increase capabilities and deliver a higher level of service for all. The partnership between the Wichita Open and Kansas University School of Medicine Pediatrics exemplifies how private solutions impact the lives of a community. The beneficiaries are the children and families in Kansas and that makes us all stronger. I am grateful to share this conversation with the Coach Roy Turner and Dr. Brian Pate. We are stronger because of you.
Dr. Dix discusses Culture Wars
CULTURE WARS! This is most certainly an American conjured social construct and primarily a bunch of nonsense, but it sure is fun to talk about the affects culture has on us in this Awesome, wonderful, free country --that gives us all the opportunity to live and say the way we choose-- with Dr. Dix who is full of knowledge and interesting perspectives (yes I know this is a run on sentence). Lets talk to one another, communicate and we can achieve beautiful things.
Jacob Wayman, Orange Theory Wichita & Entrepreneurial Leader
I could tell from the first time I met Jacob that he would be a difference maker in the entrepreneurial community. He has talked the talk and walked the walk— the most important of entrepreneurial traits. And he has evolved and adapted to life as he presses to set higher goals and exceed expectations as he runs his own businesses and builds a family. I enjoy this conversation with Jake Wayman.
Andrew R Garvey, Author
Prolific writer, Traditionally Published Sci-Fi Author and a man with a curious nature who studies people and their relationship with this earth and then talks about it-- Andy is one of my favorite conversations. And it reminds of a a passage in a Kerouac novel, "the only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, desirous of everything at the same time..."
Don Cary, Entrepreneur. Yoder Smokers, All Things BBQ, Straightline HDD
Don Cary, Ladies & Gentlemen, is a very interesting man and they say you must be interested to be interesting. Don has an interest level in life, people and business of which I have rarely seen. The businesses that he has created throughout his entrepreneurial career are not easy businesses with a low barrier to entry— they are hard businesses. And Don does what the best entrepreneurs do, he has the vision, builds a team and is relentless in his pursuit. I am truly honored to share Don’s story.
A Great Show Featuring Great Conversations
This is a great show. It features interesting people just talking about their interests and passions. The topics are wide ranging and I love that guests and the host will sometimes take a detour and talk about subjects I would not have guessed they would delve into. Very interesting podcast even if you are not from Wichita.
Well done, gentlemen.