Critical Mass Radio Show host Richard Franzi attended the annual Working Wardrobe VetNet Nite on the Battleship USS IOWA this past weekend to learn more about Working Wardrobes fundraising event that supported all veterans returning to the workforce.
Managing Principal at Sustainable Design Consulting, Sandra Leibowitz, joined our show to talk about the trend in moving towards green buildings in both commercial and private establishments. With the movement towards green energy, sustainable green construction is also on the rise.
Critical Mass Coast to Coast Radio Show June 26, 2014 Sandy McDougle, Sandra Leibowitz and Working Wardrobes VetNet Nite
Sandy McDougle, founder and owner of Sandy's Plants, turned her hobby and passion for botanical gardening into a family owned business in the Richmond, VA area. With many offers to sell to larger botanical companies, Sandy refused and decided that the one on one intimate relationships with her customers were an important aspect to the success of her business.
Founder and Executive Director of The Prosperity Center, Cassandra Novak-Tobey joined our program to talk about how her organization helps disadvantaged individuals develop economic stability for themselves. The Prosperity Center holds programs that help foster the power of entrepreneurship which in turn helps with the growth of the local economy.
Community Development Manager Sabrina Irsay and Even Chair for the Bocce Invitational Carol Fox, joined our non-profit show to share more about the Crohns and Colitis Foundation of America. Sabrina and Carol talked about their connection with Crohns and Colitis and how they became involved with the organization as well sharing more about their annual CCFA Bocce Invitational event.
Are workplace performance reviews really an effective way to evaluate the progress of an employee? Wally Hauck, President of Optimum Leadership, joined our show to talk about his new book The Art of Leading and how CEO's and business leaders of middle market companies can successfully engage and motivate their workforce.
John Bates, Founder and CEO of Executive Speaking Success joined us in the studio to share with us his unconventional path to his firm. John recently returned from a TEDx Taiz where he was a speaker and attributes his speaking success to these factors: being a greater listener and being coachable.
What is your money telling you? Jerry Slusiewicz, principal at Pacific Financial Planners, LLC joined us in the studio to talk about how his firm is helping middle market companies strategically manage their finances. Jerry also hosts a financial business talk show called "Your Money Talks."
Norman Wolfe, CEO of Quantum Leaders, joined our program to talk about how he uses the methods of the Living Organization Model to help middle market companies execute their business strategy. Norm also emphasizes that this strategy can help achieve sustainable growth and sustainable revenue.
Interested in reading feature stories on your local business owner? Rick Weinberg, editor of the California Business Journal joined us in the studio to share his successful business motto. California Business Journal focuses on quality of content featuring stories about local businesses and business leaders in Southern California.
Are you looking to turn your sales revenue around? Tim Wackel, founder and president of The Wackel Group joined us in the studio to discuss what sales strategies are and are not working. The Wackel Group helps leaders of middle market companies create successful sales solutions and boost their sales revenue.
Author of Warriors Pose: How Yoga literally saved my Life, and founder of Deep Yoga School of Heeling Arts, Bhava Ram joined our program to share his incredible story with us. Bhava talks about his early career as a broadcast journalist and how during an unexpected turn of events eventually lead him to turn to the power or yoga to heel his mind and his body.
Vince Duran, owner of Duran Ads, joined us in the studio to talk about the success of his advertising firm. In an age where new technology has taken over the industry, Vince finds that traditional advertising and marketing is actually the most effective way to market a product.