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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

    • Business
    • 4.9 • 71 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.

    Interview with Art Carden

    Interview with Art Carden

    Ron and Ed welcome economist Art Carden, co-author of Leave Me Alone and I'll Make You Rich: How the Bourgeois Deal Enriched the World, with three-time Guest Deirdre McCloskey to the show.

    • 56 min
    Interview with Kevin D. Williamson

    Interview with Kevin D. Williamson

    Ron and Ed welcome fellow with National Review Institute and National Review’s roving correspondent, Kevin writes “The Tuesday,” a weekly newsletter.

    • 56 min
    Second interview with Dr. Mary Ruwart

    Second interview with Dr. Mary Ruwart

    Ron and Ed welcome back to the show, Dr. Mary Ruwart. Her book Death by Regulation demonstrates the futility of the US FDA and was prescient with regard to the bureaucratic delays we have seen with the vaccine for COVID-19.

    • 56 min
    Interview with Peter Robinson

    Interview with Peter Robinson

    Ron and Ed welcome Peter Robinson, host of the Hoover Institution's show Uncommon Knowledge. This show is among Ron and Ed's top listens, but it is Peter's own work about which we want to talk with him.

    • 56 min
    Interview with Robbie Kellman Baxter

    Interview with Robbie Kellman Baxter

    This week Ron and Ed welcome Robbie Kellman Baxter, author of The Forever Transaction.

    • 54 min
    Third (and a half) interview with Father Robert Sirico

    Third (and a half) interview with Father Robert Sirico

    Ron and Ed are thrilled to have one of their favorite Guests back on the show, Fr. Robert Sirico of The Acton Institute. He along with Rabbi Lapin inspired the name of our show.

    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
71 Ratings

71 Ratings

Chris Hervochon ,

A MUST listen every week

Ed and Ron are some of the deepest thinkers about business and the knowledge economy around. Every episode contains at least one mind-blowing takeaway and I’ve found myself continually refreshing my podcast app on Friday afternoon for the new episode. I only gave them 5 stars because the app won’t let me give them 6.

Thanks for the great content and keep up the good work!

Smacktheduck ,

Soul of Enterprise

Have you ever listen to a podcast twice? I have, but have you ever listen The Soul of Enterprise twice? Many times. Listen, learn, and enjoy. Thanks Ron and Ed for have a great conversation that’s worth listening to twice.

ThatGuySam ,

Too many commercials

I had heard someone recommend Ron Baker, and I found this podcast because his name was on it.

I was listening to the podcast when a voice said something like, “Have you ever stopped listening to a podcast because it had too many commercials? Of course not because you’re here right now. ”

I didn’t like how many ads there were in the first place, but something about that kind of disrespect of the listener that made me want not only to stop listening but let the author know how terrible it is with a full review.

I’m sure Ron Baker produces excellent content, and it seems like plenty of people enjoy this podcast, but I’m not going be listening to it.

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