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Steve Dunn interviews Charlotte leaders, innovators, and creators about their work and what motivates them as people. Tune in for conversations that dig beneath the surface and explore the human side of business, community, and art.

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    • Business
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Steve Dunn interviews Charlotte leaders, innovators, and creators about their work and what motivates them as people. Tune in for conversations that dig beneath the surface and explore the human side of business, community, and art.

    Amanda Moody - Bombshelves

    Amanda Moody - Bombshelves

    Amanda is a professional artist whose work is featured in the https://bombshelves.com/the-one-you-love-is-not-far-away (American Express Centurion Lounge) at the Charlotte airport, and on the Design Network show, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7n3VOkqzB8 (Commissioned). I get to enjoy her painting, https://bombshelves.com/#/broken-wing/ (broken wing) every day, hanging behind the reception desk at Miles Mediation and Arbitration.
    To see more of Amanda's work, commission your own original artwork, or peruse her line of textiles and wallpaper, check out https://bombshelves.com/ (bombshelves).

    • 46 min
    Dave Redding - TLG Law and F3

    Dave Redding - TLG Law and F3

    There are many lawyers in the world, but only a few regularly take cases to trial. Fewer still think deeply about the art and practice of litigation. And it's a rare individual indeed who writes prolifically about courtroom advocacy. Dave Redding is all that and much more.
    Dave is a seeker of truth who values diverse viewpoints because he recognizes his own biases. He is guided by core principles derived from a hard-earned faith. Along with Tim Whitmire, Dave founded F3, a fast-growing organization of men pursuing fitness, fellowship and faith. As a leader, Dave is modest to a fault, uncomfortable with the accolades that inevitably accompany the positive impact he has had on so many lives.
    Having observed first-hand Dave's work as a lawyer, this conversation went exactly as I expected: candid, thoughtful, and wide ranging.
    TLG Law: https://www.tlg-law.com/
    Dave's bio: https://www.tlg-law.com/david-redding
    F3: https://f3nation.com/
    The Collision Learner: https://www.collisionlearner.com/

    • 1 hr 44 min
    Charles Thomas - Knight Foundation

    Charles Thomas - Knight Foundation

    Charles Thomas is the Charlotte Program Director for the Knight Foundation, whose mission is to promote democracy in America by fostering informed, engaged, and equitable communities. We talk about the Foundation's support of Charlotte's Historic West End Neighborhood and explore the concept of community as it has evolved in context of the digital age and the Covid pandemic.
    https://knightfoundation.org/employee/charles-thomas/ (Charles' bio)
    https://westendclt.com/ (Historic West End)

    • 41 min
    Tony Mecia - The Charlotte Ledger

    Tony Mecia - The Charlotte Ledger

    Here we are at the first episode of the Steve Dunn Podcast. Bear with me as I figure out how to do this, including now, as I type this, as you read this, my first show notes.
    https://charlotteledger.substack.com/p/why-i-started-the-ledger (Tony Mecia) is an old friend and the founder of https://charlotteledger.substack.com/ (The Charlotte Ledger), an essential email newsletter bringing you information you don't already know about local news, business, and the personalities that define our city. I asked him to be my first guest on this podcast because I genuinely admire the work he does. I also figured since we know each other, and our wives know each other, he would have to say yes. And he did!
    Like any new venture, The Charlotte Ledger is a work in progress. Tony and https://charlotteledger.substack.com/p/why-i-joined-the-ledger (Cristina Bolling), the Ledger's Managing Editor, are constantly working to improve their product and try new things. It is no surprise they are enjoying success, growing a substantial subscriber base in just a couple years.
    Tony and I talk about his career in journalism, his founding of The Ledger, and we dig deep into the choices he and Cristina have made in producing a newsletter that is timely and relevant, yet refreshingly free of clickbait, sensationalism, and political pandering characterizing so much of the ad-driven digital media landscape.
    Subscribe to The Charlotte Ledger https://charlotteledger.substack.com/ (here). It's free! If you enjoy it as much as I do, you will find the paid subscription options offer additional quality content at a reasonable price.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Welcome to The Steve Dunn Podcast

    Welcome to The Steve Dunn Podcast

    Steve Dunn interviews Charlotte leaders, innovators, and creators about their work and what motivates them as people. Tune in for conversations that dig beneath the surface and explore the human side of business, community, and art.

    • 1 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

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Worth a listen

Steve’s a great interviewer. Excited to see where this goes.

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Good conversations

I am adherent of the philosophy that if you don’t toot your own horn, who will? Therefore, I leave myself this five star review!

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As a fellow podcaster, I don't give out five stars everyday . . .

The Steve Dunn Podcast, is a must listen. Steve is well known in Charlotte for being one of the best employment law mediators in town, but Steve’s talents apply equally to the podcasting space. He has a unique talent for extracting probing content from his guests and good humor at the same time.

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