Doug Wells

Co-host of Mountain Money since 2012.

Ways to Connect

  Larry and Doug’s first guest is Liz Carlisle, author of Lentil Underground: Renegade Farmers and the Future of Food in America. A protégé of Michael Pollan, Liz shares the story of a little known group of renegade farmers who defied corporate agribusiness by launching a unique sustainable farm-to-table food movement.  The guest on the second segment of the program is Lori Harris of Mary Jane's which is celebrating the 12th years on Main Street in Park City. Lori Harris opened Mary Jane’s Boutique on Valentine’s Day in 2004 to celebrate her love of fashion and business.

  On the program today, Larry and Doug welcome Bill Brunson, Media Relations at the IRS.  Bill has valuable advice on tax scams.

In the second segment of the program,  Ryan  Hoffman  of Mountain West Bank  joins us as we kick off day one of the KPCW Pledge Drive.

  Doug and Larry’s first guest is Al Pittampalli, author of Persuadable: How Great Leaders Change Their Minds to Change the World.. Drawing on evidence from social science, history, politics, and more, business consultant Al Pittampalli reveals why confidence, consistency, and conviction, are increasingly becoming liabilities—while humility, inconsistency, and radical open-mindedness are powerful leadership assets.

In the first segment of the program Larry and Doug speak with Joseph Mitchelli, author of Driven to Delight: Delivering World-Class Customer Experience the Mercedes-Benz Way.

  Today’s edition of Mountain Money features a conversation with Mike Kerby, Vice President of the Park City office of Big D Construction, which just opened an office in town. During the second half of the show, Larry Warren and Doug Wells talk to Ted McAleer, Managing Director of Pando Labs and entrepreneur Wesley Smith.

  Larry and Doug’s first guest is Bruce Tulgan, author of  Bridging the Soft Skills Gap: How to Teach the Missing Basics to Today’s Young Talent. Managers at every level in every industry are asking: "What's the matter with kids today?” Since 1993, generational workforce expert Bruce Tulgan and his team at RainmakerThinking, Inc., have been studying the newest new young workforce. The second guest is Meryl Van Der Merwe   talking about Jaffles.  Guests in the third segment of the program were Paola and Paula Bello of Bodega on Main, Tapas and Wine Bar.

  Larry and Doug’s first guest on the program is Lee Marshall of Magic Space Entertainment. MagicSpace has been producing and presenting national tours, Broadway shows and concerts worldwide for over 30 years. Consistently one of the top promoters in North America, MagicSpace Entertainment typically produces and presents more than 250 events in 75 cities per year. The second guest on the program is Michelle Powel of Spruce Organizing. Spruce Organizing has been operating in Park City since 2008.

  Edward Brown, author of The Time Bandit Solution: Recovering Stolen Time You Never Knew You Had. Edward G. Brown is an efficiency and workflow consultant and co-founder of Cohen Brown Management Group.  Research shows that on average we check our cell phones 150 times a day and the average employee sends and receives over 100 emails a day. The average office worker is interrupted every three minutes and it can take them 23 minutes just to get back to where they left off and one of the top Interruptions in the workplace is technology.

Hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells’s first guest is Bill Adams of Mastering Leadership. The company is based in Salt Lake City. Leadership programs tend to be superficial short term Band-Aids covering only a piece of the picture. However, more than 66,000 leaders are claiming breakthrough results from using the Universal Model of Leadership. For the first time ever, a fully comprehensive map is available and becoming accessible to the masses.

  Doug and Larry's first guest is Tobie Stanger who is senior editor for  Consumer  Reports.  Seniors and their families lose billions of dollars each year to fraud. Financial elder abuse is rising fast.  Estimates of the crime’s frequency vary. A 2010 survey of seniors by the nonprofit Investor Protection Trust projected that 1 in 5 seniors had been taken advantage of financially.  In the second segment, Dana and Mark Gaunt of Vacation Lockers talk about Vacation Lockers.

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