Chumworth. He’s a comedy writer. You’ll find his work used frequently by David Letterman, but he has also contributes to other late night entertainers and several publications such as the New York Times. In this interview, Chumworth aka Phil Johnson talks about writing and his freelance work in comedy, cartooning and keeping us laughing even when life sucks. (Thanks again to Phil for a re-pre-record of this interview. I had tech difficulties)
I’m for Iowa. Lynn and Ed Fallon explain their business working to advocate democratic principles and provide consultation for electoral and issue-based campaigns. They detail their background experience in the non-profit sector that led them to create this unique enterprise focused on maneuvering the political world to make a difference.
Memory Miner. John Fox shares his journey from epiphany to fruition of creating the digital storytelling application called Memory Miner. The potential of this tool to take digital content and “mine it” for meaning and connection is huge. This is one of those “expand your way of thinking interviews.”
Sarah Shah. Image coach, TV expert, and speaker. Sarah is fearless in her own entrepreneurial journey and her positive attitude is infectious. In this interview she explains the ways and whys to looking good and offers inspiration.
Daniel Shipton. Redship Technologies and Impromptu Studio. Daniel tells the story of how building and working his business Redship, an Iowa based software development company, led to creating the collaborative workspace called Impromptu. Learn how he and others are connecting to bring energy and change to how small business owners work in Des Moines, Iowa.
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