Episode 170: Melinda Zemper, Oak Tree Communications

April 24th, 2017

Some people have a way with words.  Melinda Zemper, of Oak Tree Communications, is one of those people.  She also puts leftover frosting on crackers and freezes them.  But fortunately, she has a way with words and at her day job she helps small business owners  leverage their unrealized strengths into communications strategies that lead to profits. Oak Tree Communications is the publicity and public relations firm to turn to for creativity, experience and expertise.

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Episode 169: Mary Kacaba, Resources Within

April 17th, 2017

Many people are under the mistaken impression that hypnoisis is a form of mind control.  I'll admidt, I may have been among those mistaken people.  Our guest, Mary Kacaba, clears up this common misconception and explains how hypnotherapy can help with things like anxiety, depression, pain management, peak performance, forgiveness and so much more.  

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Episode 168: Bill Kramer, General Tool

April 13th, 2017

Interesting show featuring Bill Kramer, of General Tool.  Who knew they were developing the latest in green energy.  It's not solar or wind...it's waves!  Might want to put this long time Cincinnati company on your tour list.  

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Episode 167: Joe and Jessica Hagan, All Decked Out

April 13th, 2017

 There are many benefits that can come from owning your own business.  Working 10 years without a paycheck is NOT one of them.  Such was the case for Jessica Hagan...co-owner of All Decked Out.  Thankfully, times are much better now...and even the owners get a paycheck!  If you've every seen, (or stood on) their work...you'd understand why they are now one of the area's most sought after deck and outdoor hardscape builders.  

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Episode 166: Dan Dressman, HBA of Greater Cincinnati

April 13th, 2017

Robin Hobb once said, “Home is people. Not a place. If you go back there after the people are gone, then all you can see is what is not there any more.”  Maybe... but it sure would be a whole lot more fun (alone) in a Homearama home!  Dan Dressman would probably agree.  His organization, HBA of Greater Cincinnati, has been hosting Homearama and other similar events for over 50 years.  In this episode we'll get the back story of Homearama.  We'll also learn about all the other things that the HBA does for and with area builders. 

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