Critical Mass Radio Show September 11, 2013 Bob Eakin and Nitai Pathak

September 30, 2013

Bob Eakin, Chief Executive Officer at JCAP Financial Group joins our show to discuss how watching big banks dominate over mid sized mortgages bankers influenced him to start a boutique financial provider firm  that focuses on providing a high level of customer service.  With over 25 years of experience in the industry, Bob has grown his company into a multi-faceted finance lender that caters to consumers and the business community.

Nitai Pathak, Managing Partner of Kling & Pathak LLC oversees the overall strategic direction and operations of Kling & Pathak LLC, while continuing to serve clients in his role as a tax partner.  Nitai's firm prides itself on providing an innovative service package tailored to your specific needs to save you time and money.
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Critical Mass Radio Show September 19, 2013 Debra Hoffmeyer and Bill Black

September 30, 2013

Debra Hoffmeyer, CEO of CITrials join our show to discuss the impact, if any, that globalization of clinical trials has had on her firm.  Debra's firm is learning how to grow in a world dominated by the internet and is now using social media to help find patients for their clinical trials. 

Bill Black, Certified Exit Planner at Exit & Retirement Strategies has over 25 years of Succession and Exit planning experience in Orange County and Southern California.  Bill knows how to get business owners over the "Perma-Five" year plan and into an exit strategy that works.  Bill was one of the first in the US to earn the prestigious CExP (Certified Exit Planner) designation and served as Chairman of "The Private Business Group".


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Critical Mass Radio Show September 18, 2013 Kip Marlow and Tal Galon

September 30, 2013

Kip Marlow, Author of The Entrepreneurs: Success and Sacrifice joins our show to discuss the five basic tips he gives to all entrepreneurs trying to start their own business.  Kip will also discuss the role of small business in our economy and explain some of the greatest challenges facing these small businesses.


Tal Golan, CEO of Killer App Factory, Inc. recently made the decision to run his consulting firm full-time and leave his old job behind.  Tal will explain what "cloud computing" means and how his firm helps enterprises with this specific area of technology.

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Critical Mass Radio Show Ken Mader

September 27, 2013

Ken Mader, Founder of Maderfilm Productions joins our show to discuss the growing trend of crowd funding and the important role it plays in independent film production.  This show originally aired on May 11, 2013, explores how independent filmmakers are finding new sources of money and investors through sites like indiegogo. Ken's latest film, "Displacement", is an intense thriller that is inspired by the loss of his mother to cancer.

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Critical Mass Radio Show September 5, 2013 Sonia Marsh and Doug Boutwell

September 11, 2013

Sonia Marsh, Author of Freeways to Flip-Flops was living in Lake Forest, California when she decided to pack up her family and move them from Orange County to Belize.  "Freeways to Flip-Flops" chronicles Sonia's realization that paradise isn't always a destination, but an appreciation of the simple things in life.  Sonia's second book, "My Gutsy Story Anthology", was released on September 1st and a portion of the proceeds with be donated to WomanSage.


Doug Boutwell, Founders of Totally Rad! Inc. is a photo pro turned software creator that found success in photo editing software and iPhone apps.  Doug and his wife created Totally Rad! Inc. and developed RadLab, the widely used desktop digital photo editing program for Photoshop.  Doug's most recent creation, PicTapGo, is an iPhone app that features 55 different customizable filters.

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Critical Mass Radio Show September 4, 2013 Ken Mader and Rael Isacowitz

September 5, 2013

Kenneth Mader, Founder of MaderFilm joins our show to discuss "crowd funding" and the important role it plays in independent film production.  Ken's latest film, "Displacement", is an intense thriller that is inspired by the loss of his mother to cancer.

Rael Isacowitz, Founder of BASI Pilates discusses his inspiration for starting an educational academy for Pilates teachers and a training ground for enthusiasts.  This year celebrates BASI's 25th year of contribution to the Pilates community, which is headquartered in Costa Mesa with locations in 27 other countries.
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Critical Mass Radio Show August 28, 2013 Lacy Kelly and Jeri Wilson

September 5, 2013

Lacy Kelly, CEO of Association of California Cities-Orange County joins our show to discuss how her organization serves the needs of small and mid-sized businesses in Orange County. ACC-OC sponsored the 2nd Annual Golden Hub of Innovation Awards that honored cities in Orange County providing the highest quiality of services to their community while exemplifying fiscal responsibility.


Jeri Wilson, Executive Director of The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation joins our show to discuss some of the new developments in cancer research over the last 30 years.  Jeri's organization is holding the "Dribble for the Cure" event on October 20th at UCLA, which is a national campaign that involves college and university's basketball programs in the fight for children with cancer.
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Critical Mass Coast to Coast August 22, 2013 Ramona Fasula

September 5, 2013

Ramona Fasula, Owner and President of Wellness By Ramona joins our show to discuss how she is bringing awareness to the health conditions seen in CEOs and business owners that result from stress and the fast-paced lifestyle common in the business community.  Ramona is a certified holistic health coach who works with doctors to get patients referred for the purpose of improving their health through diet instead of pharmaceuticals.

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