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What's Working with Cam Marston

Release Date: 09/05/2018

Marty Strong - Retired Navy SEAL and Author of Be Nimble - on Business Leadership show art Marty Strong - Retired Navy SEAL and Author of Be Nimble - on Business Leadership

What's Working with Cam Marston

got tired of vapid platitudes about busienss leadership and wrote a book full of simple, actionable ideas called . We talk about what makes SEAL training an incubator for business leadership, how to interview to find a nimble leader, and the deep power of humility in leadership.  Thanks to Show Sponsors:

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Eunice Mingo Helps Me Understand all the Violence and What To Do show art Eunice Mingo Helps Me Understand all the Violence and What To Do

What's Working with Cam Marston

is a licensed therapist. I invite her on the show to help me understand the voilence that's escalating everywhere across our country these days. Where is it coming from and what can you and I do to keep people around us from getting so far out of control? We also hear her perspective as an African American after the "We feel hunted," she says.  Thanks to show sponsors:  

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Scot Hunsaker Teaches Leadership How to Prepare to be Gone from their Business show art Scot Hunsaker Teaches Leadership How to Prepare to be Gone from their Business

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took over the family business, built it, then sold it to his employees. Along the way he learned how to create and execute a succession plan. He asks business owners, "Could you be the limiting factor to your businesses success?" and told his own successors "I did the best I could, now you make it better." Leadership, empowerment, and motivation. If your job is to prepare future leadership, this show is  a prescriptive path to getting them ready and getting out of their way. Thanks to Show Sponsors:

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Cajun Mike's Termite Protection Business Has EXPLODED. Plus NEST - A Program for At-Risk Youth. show art Cajun Mike's Termite Protection Business Has EXPLODED. Plus NEST - A Program for At-Risk Youth.

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Mike Adams - aka "Cajun Mike" - has grown his company, , by leaps and bounds over the past few years. One reason is he can treat and bond buildings with sprayfoam insulation and I can find no other companies around who will. His focus on service and technlogy is a perfect match. Then I visit with Norman McCrummen and Carol Grant to talk abot - a local service for at-risk youth. Lots of kids out there need help and NEST is doing a great service for the community. Thanks to Show Sponsors:

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Cliff Kennedy Bets on Himself - From Customer to Franchisee to Owner in Short Order show art Cliff Kennedy Bets on Himself - From Customer to Franchisee to Owner in Short Order

What's Working with Cam Marston

tells a wonderful story of being stuck in traffic and pulling over to take a break and try a gourmet popsicle. In short order he became CEO of with franchises across the country and aggressive plans to get in to making private label product. His bet is paying off. Thanks to show sponsors:  

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Phillip Faulkner has an Impressive New Fishing Boat Company show art Phillip Faulkner has an Impressive New Fishing Boat Company

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Phillip Faulkner owns in Armory, Mississippi. He's the son of a boat builder and once the family business was sold, Phillip knew he needed to be back in the business as a innovator and decision maker. He's created new tools that shape the aluminum in a unique way, giving the boat the light-weight and low-cost of aluminum with appearance and elegance of a fiber glass boat. He's a millennial, in his early thirties, and is quite impressive. Thanks to Show Sponsors:

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Helium, Blockchain, and Coffee in Uganda: Scott Tindle, Johnny Gwin and I Talk Web 3.0 show art Helium, Blockchain, and Coffee in Uganda: Scott Tindle, Johnny Gwin and I Talk Web 3.0

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Scott Tindle is fresh off a trip to the Middle East and Egypt with the US State Department to represent the US's interest in web 3.0 technology. Johnny Gwin adds to the conversation with his deep understanding of the technology and I try to keep quiet or risk total embarrassment and I do a poor job. 

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David Steele of Monroe Meats and Their Fantastic Monroe Sausage show art David Steele of Monroe Meats and Their Fantastic Monroe Sausage

What's Working with Cam Marston

wiped out   but a small team of investors brought it back. Their flagship product is Monroe Sausage and it is fantastic. Hear managing partner David Steele tell the story of the company and of today's surging growth. And, heck, and try it for yourself - you'll be happy you did.  Thanks to Show Sponsors:

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Solar Technology Continues to Advance: A Conversation with Eagle Solar and Light's CEO Sam Yates show art Solar Technology Continues to Advance: A Conversation with Eagle Solar and Light's CEO Sam Yates

What's Working with Cam Marston

Solar technology continues to advance. More energy can be gained from a solar panel than ever before. And the panel's are lasting longer than ever. sees huge opportunity in Alabama because of abundant sunshine and the fact that the state lags behind neighboring states in deploying solar technology. And lags by a LOT. Hear Sam's plan for growing his company and find out why Alabama is so far behind. Foreshadowing: if you're an Alabamian, you won't be happy.  Thanks to Show Sponsors:

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Economic Update with Economist Peter Ricchiuti show art Economic Update with Economist Peter Ricchiuti

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This week my favorite economist in all the land returns to address the status of the world today. Tulane's makes predictions for inflation, addresses rumors I've heard about corporate bankruptcies, and addresses what the government's huge infusion of cash post Covid may do to us. He also updates us on his MBA program call Thanks to Show Sponsors:

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Skip Ames is an attorney who studies workplace ethics, teaches them at the university level, and travels abroad to teach them to students across the world. His take on the topic is more than compelling, putting you in the middle of some tough decisions. Listen as he talks about how to make workplace ethics an aggressive and proactive business advantage.