Today's show starts with guest, Jacki Zehner, President of The Jacquelyn and Gregory Zehner Foundation and CEO of Women Moving Millions, who dedicates her resources towards the advancement of women and girls. Then Sonia Thomas, President and Founder of Olanova, sustainable fashion with a purpose, by helping women in need become self-reliant. Finally, Linda Wells, entrepreneur and venture capitalist at Tugboat Ventures.
John and Lynn talk with Brad Stone, author of "The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon". In the second half, Mike Dunne, Director of Laser Fusion Energy, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, is heading up a group showing early positive results in fusion.
Tim and Lynn speak with Todd Henneman, 20-year bike shop manager at Jan's Mountain Outfitters, who has left to open his own business at Kimball Junction called Storm Cycles. Then, Julia Geisler from the Salt Lake Climbers’ Alliance to talk about Thursday’s Reel Rock movie this week and the alliance’s efforts to protect and enhance climbing routes in the Wasatch.
Then they’ll talk with bestselling author Bob Burg, about how to win people over without manipulation or coercion – his new book “Adversaries into Allies.”
Chris and Nell interview award-winning director Robert Stone about his latest documentary “Pandora’s Promise”, a controversial 2013 Sundance film that profiles nuclear power as an important means to reducing fossil fuel consumption, greenhouse gases and climate change.
In the first half of the show, Devin Thorpe, President of Mountain West Capitol Network is in the studio, while Kurt Gentry, Vice President of Digital Area Radiate Media is on the phone. Every year Mountain West recognized Radiate Media as Utah's number one fastest growing business. In the second half, Ido Leffler, co-author of "Get Big Fast and Do More Good: Start Your Business, Make It Huge and Change the World".