Episode 183: Matt Marvin, MGM Consulting

September 18th, 2017

Meet Matt Marvin, owner of MGM Consulting. Marvin works with business owners and corporate leaders to help maximize the potential of their business. His latest book, “Nailed It”, highlights 10 keys to crushing the interview. 

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Episode 182: Mark Kiner & Jim Blair, Premier Social Security Consulting

September 8th, 2017

This was truly a show that could've gone on for hours. Marc and Jim helped us navigate the complicated world of social security benefits. Grab a pen and get ready to take notes.

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Episode 181: Robynn Anton & Tom Tasset

September 4th, 2017

If you have the guts, vision and determination to start your own business... we applaud you.  Unfortunately, some of you...actually MOST of you won't make it.  You should know that the odds are stacked against you.  In this episode of American Dreamers, we talk about some of the most common, but unexpected, challenges you will likely face. Tom also tricks Robynn into giving us some free marketing advice!

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Episode 180: Tim Bankes, Freeset USA

September 4th, 2017

Freeset is in Business for Freedom. The mission is simple: to help stop sex trafficking and prostitution in West Bengal, India. Freeset USA is a non-profit distributor for two social enterprise businesses: Freeset Bags & Apparel (FBA) and Freeset Fabrics. Through the distribution of tees and accessories, they are providing a new approach for confronting trafficking and prostitution through sustainable business. Freeset works to provide freedom to women who have been trafficked by offering them an alternative choice of employment. They are taught sewing and screen printing skills, and are also provided physical, emotional  and psychological support. Freeset women learn how to read, write, budget and handle their finances, plus they receive insurance and a pension.

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Episode 179: Dr. Andy Robbins & Pat Ward, The CEI Foundation

September 4th, 2017

You can go as far as the eye can see. But what if you can only see a foot in front of you? And what if you don't have the financial resources to go to the eye doctor? Enter Patrick Ward, president and CEO of The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation. Established in 2006, the mission of The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation is to preserve and improve sight. The Foundation provides access to eye care for vulnerable and under-served populations, including the operation of free charitable eye clinics, and provides community outreach services, supports community and professional education, and funds research.

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