Critical Mass Coast to Coast July 19, 2012

July 20, 2012

Shelly Holland, President and CEO of Jomar Association Services joins host Richard Franzi to discuss her path as an entrepreneur and business owner. She also talks about selling her firm to a national firm where she is now a senior executive.

Michael Araten, President & CEO of K'Nex brings the story of the business he now leads.  They are a 3rd generation family business in the plastic injection molding industry.  Today they have a global brand in the construction toy market and through the use of automation and advanced manufacturing techniques make all their products domestically.  Learn more about how to compete in the global marketplace from Michael.

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Critical Mass July 17, 2012

July 20, 2012

Kim Kelley Thompson, Executive Producer Beautiful Life Productions discusses the Top 5 Sales Professionals of OC event held on June 28th.  Pre-recorded interviews of the speakers from the event are played during the live interview with Kim.

Michelle Seiler, Professional Real Estate Agent talks about the Orange County housing market which has been chaotic for both buyers and sellers.  Michelle provides insight on the area of short sales.  Short sales are a possible way for sellers to avoid foreclosure and an opportunity for a buyer to save money.

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Critical Mass Coast to Coast July 12, 2012

July 16, 2012

Tom Krekel, Founder of Full Sail Strategies and explores the concept of business model generation and modification.  Tom outlines the key steps a business leader needs to take to develop or update the firm''s business model.  The book "Business Model Generation" by Alexandar Osterwalder is discussed as Tom uses the framework outlined in the book to help his clients navigate the challenging process of creating a business model that delivers growth.

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Critical Mass Coast to Coast July 12, 2012

July 16, 2012

JoAnn Boone, President of Rio San Antonio Cruises joins the show to discuss the business she owns as well as sharing how she turned around a failing enterprise using a surprisingly simply yet highly effective gameplan.  Listen to this interview to learn more about the straightforward steps JoAnn followed with amazing results.

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Critical Mass Nonprofit Show July 11, 2012

July 16, 2012

Janie Wolicki, Executive Director Women Helping Women, Men2Work is the featured guest for the show.  WHW (Women Helping Women/Men2Work) is a non profit organization that provides comprehensive employment support services to empower disadvantaged men, women and teens in reaching economic self-sufficiency.  Listen to this interview to learn more about this organization and the programs they offer.

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Critical Mass July 10, 2012

July 16, 2012

Ash Patel, Founder and COO Premier Commercial Bank joins the show and talks about the challenges facing the banking industry.  Ash shares some of the many lessons he has learned during his 22 years as a professional banker.

Jeff Black, Partner McDermott and Bull brings his knowledge of the executive search industry to the show.  Jeff discusses a variety of topics to help CEOs and business owners gain insight into the current environment for finding executive talent.

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Critical Mass Coast to Coast June 28, 2012

July 16, 2012

Patricia Tawadros, CEO of Xercel, Inc. joins Guest Host Paul Roberts for a stimulating conversation about her business which is celebrating it 10th year!  Xercel designs solutions for pixel and paper.

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Critical Mass Nonprofit Show June 20, 2012

July 16, 2012

Vivian Clecak, Executive Director Human Options is on the show and discusses How to Select a Non Profit.  Human Options is a non profit in Orange County, CA that helps battered women, their families and the community end the cycle of domestic violence.

Mamie Yong Maywhort, Treasurer Home Front America joins the show to discuss the organization she co-found.  Also we discuss their July 21.st Heroes Nite Out.  Homefront America is a military family outreach and support organization founded in July 2005.

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