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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 1 PM Pacific Time, on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel and the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.

The Soul of Enterprise: Business in the Knowledge Economy The VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network

    • Management & Marketing
    • 5.0, 50 Ratings

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 1 PM Pacific Time, on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel and the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
50 Ratings
50 Ratings
Zolly125 ,

When in Bora Bora

About a year ago, I stated listening to the Soul of Enterprise. I started listening on the way to the Expensicon conference in Bora Bora. One morning I happen to sit down with Greg LaFollette for breakfast. You know what we talked about? The Soul of Enterprise podcast.

If you’re a forward thinking accountant or business professional, this is an entertaining as well as enlightening podcast. My favorite episode is Laws of Systems thinking. That episode has saved my company piles of money.

Daniel Dalto ,

Refreshingly Original.

As a newly minted accounting graduate, it’s hard enough to keep up with the learning curve of entering public accounting, let alone get ahead of it. Not only Ron and Ed discuss topics you’ll rarely hear around the office, but their focus on mentorship and thinking beyond conventional wisdom is refreshingly original. I highly recommend this to to any young professional!

Scott The Locksmith ,

Valuable information and common sense

I’m a tradesperson and small business owner, so maybe I’m not the typical listener here but I really love the show. I was searching for podcasts about customer service and efficiency and had the fantastic luck to find this gem! They had me at the Reagan intro but key with topics like value pricing and ridiculousness of Tarrifs. Ron and Ed have taught me lot about how our economy works, not just for Wall Street but also for small-town Main Street. Common sense is something that’s severely lacking in many of our political leaders, we’d all benefit if some of those guys would give a listen here!

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