Today, we’re talking with Angie Hundley, author of the book, A Recipe for Bad Lemons, Ingredients for Success from Life’s Sour Moments. Find out how she overcame traumatizing events in her life.
Today, we’re talking with Master Bronson Ko, owner and operator of Ko Martial Arts, also known as KOMA. Find out how he got started in martial arts as a young child, why earning his black belt was monumental and how he hopes to help students worldwide.
Today, we’re talking with Angela Pugh, founder of Kansas City Recovery. KCR is an addiction and recovery resource that offers a range of services, including intervention services, recovery coaching, and continuing education and workshops.
Today, we’re talking with Sandy Malone of Mindfully Driven. She explains how her love of entrepreneurship and meditation can help business owners thrive.
Today, we’re talking with Blake Hodgson, who has turned his passion for product development into a fascinating business. If you can dream it, he can build it.
When Chris Steinlage coaches business owners, he often feels like a hostage negotiator, trying to free the owners from their businesses to help them grow. Find out how Chris started his business and how he helps leaders improve.
The culture of a company can go a long way towards determining success or failure and it needs to be a priority for all CEOs. David Komar, a Brigadier General, built a business that works with leaders all across the country to envision and establish exceptional cultures within their organization. He joins us on the show to talk about his military background, why he’s made culture his focus, and...
For more than 50 years, Meyer Music has been providing lessons, instruments, and edu-cation to Kansas City. This true family business continues to be a big part of the commu-nity, which speaks to their business acumen. Today we talk with Mike Meyer about the family dynamics, their growth, lessons learned, and how the pandemic has been the big-gest challenge yet.
If you’ve ever watched the Kansas City Royals on television, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with broadcaster Joel Goldberg. He’s been in the industry for more than 25 years and that’s taught him a lot about team-building, maintaining relationships, and leadership. Today we’ll look back through his broadcasting career, the transition into speaking, and the things he’s learned along the way.
With the level of uncertainty we’re facing right now, it’s essential that people advocate for themselves. We cannot rely on governments and institutions to open the door and create opportunities for us. This approach is known as the ‘Economy of One’ and it’s a powerful idea that can help people find their passion. Our guest today, Elizabeth Allen, will explain what we’ve been doing wrong and how we change...
Many of our countries great leaders spent time in the military before heading into the civilian world. That’s the exact path Colonel Drew Meyerowich took on his way to becoming the president of Defense Logistics in Kansas City. From leading more than 1,200 soldiers and earning multiple medals to the where he is now has been a smooth transition and one where he can apply the highly-skilled training he’s...
Our guest on this episode didn’t take a traditional route through his career nor did he back down from challenges along the way. Join us as we talk with Randy Powell, owner of Heartland Print & Design, as we learn about work experience, how he created this busi-ness, and his philosophy on building a team.
David Smale is one of the great sportswriters in our country, and he resides right here on the outskirts of Kansas City. You might have heard about his new book chronicling the history the Chiefs, which we’ll discuss on the show, but we wanted to hear more of the stories behind the other 20+ books he’s written during his career.
In a year where staying home has become a necessary choice for everyone, a business that provides home care for seniors becomes even more important. To get an idea of how that’s being handled locally, we asked Kristy Whitney to join the show to tell us more about Home Care Assistance Kansas City and her role overseeing operations.
Leaving a legacy behind isn’t something everyone wants to do, but if it’s a priority for you, then estate planning is a big piece of that process. Whether you’re a business owner or an individual, estate planning attorney Steve Brown will help you get a better grasp of the process and why it’s so important.
On the debut episode of the KC Business Huddle, we head out to the country and visit with Bill Gaughan of the Rural KC Team to talk real estate. The Kansas native has years of experiencing selling properties like country homes and farmland so we’ll talk to him about the business, real estate trends, and what made his choose this niche.