For those of you who don’t know who this man is…please listen to this episode. What an amazing human being.
At the time that this show is being aired, a large number of citizens will exercise their right to protest.
This episode will walk you through how to do this with safety in mind.
We have a new football coach…and, he’s black GASP. Is this a big deal? I think it is for the athletes, many of whom have a difficult time adjusting to Colorado life if they are from predominantly black or much more diverse cities.
I bet you didn’t know that I also geek out about all things personal finance? Well, I do! And, this episode shares the New You New Year Financial Summit that we’ve been working on for the past 3 months!
This is a #TB episode. I speak with Becca, formally of Bike Life Cities, about biking advocacy in the state of Colorado.
Former Chicagoan and recent transplant, Maddy Osman, shares here experience moving to Denver, professional life, and some things that caught her off guard.
I’ve marched in the Marade many times. But, it seems to be dying a slow death. In today’s energized activists’ community will the Marade continue to be the go to march for Denverites focused on social justice and equality in Dnever?
Hap Cameron is one of the most interesting guests I’ve had on the show. I randomly met him at the Pumpkin Chunkin in Aurora (he was selling his delicious ice cream).
In episodes I and II we talk about risk, reward, falling in love, and more.
From time to time I imagine what it would be like to do a Shark Tank pitch. Well, Melissa from Union Stitch and Design pitched her business during Denver Start-up week and survived to tell the tale.
We talk about business, growth, and what’s next.