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Fixing the Mental Health System with CEO Jaime Bristow
In this episode, we talk to Digital Health Tech CEO Jaime Bristow. Jaime is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and an expert in mental health. She is leading the development efforts for a new mental health platform called MindScout. Jaime has a long history of helping people significantly improve their lives through her treatments
Leading multimillion dollar corporations with Harvard MBA Tom Spears
Fortune 500 exec and Harvard Business MBA Tom Spears discusses how to be successful in the corporate world. Tom got started in Engineering, but decided to make a bigger impact by going into marketing and management. You'll learn about the 4 Ps of marketing just like Tom did at Harvard: Price, Product, Place and Promotion. If you have a creative side, want to know how to get ahead and learn how to deal with office politics, this episode is for you. If you feel like your co-workers are "out to get you", you might be right! In his spare time, Tom writes fictional cooperate thrillers where bad bosses are around every corner. You won't want to miss this Indy legend talk about running businesses valued over $100M dollars.
Audio and Transducer Engineer John Busenitz from Bose Speakers
In this episode we talk to legendary speaker designer John Busenitz who is currently working for Bose. He has an electrical engineering background and makes some of the best speakers in the world. So, turn up the volume to 11 because you are going to learn something today!!!!
As with all things tech, you have to have a Hello World episode! Just testing. Join us in the next episode where we talk to Matt Terry from Imperfect Foods.
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Great start for a new tech podcast!
I love learning about different kinds of technology. I learned. Lot about transducers and some of the history of Bose in this one. Definitely recommend!