Doug Wells

Co-host of Mountain Money since 2012.

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Mountain Money - October 5, 2015

Oct 5, 2015

Doug Wells and Erik Posterneik speak with John Hagel III, Director and Co-Chair, Deloitte & Touche LLP. The name of John’s presentation at the Future In Review Conference is “Patterns in Disruption and Market Value Creation.” He will talk about Patterns in Disruption.

Jeffrey Pfeffer, author of Leadership BS - Fixing Workplaces and Careers One Truth at a Time, offers a hard-hitting dissection of the leadership industry and ways to make workplaces and careers work better. Pfeffer shines a bright light on the leadership industry, showing why it’s failing and how it might be remade. He sets the record straight on the oft-made prescriptions for leaders to be honest, authentic, and modest, tell the truth, build trust, and take care of others.


Today’s first guest is author E. Freya Williams.  Her book, Green Giants, examines nine companies that are merging social responsibility with wild profitability - and reveals the six factors responsible for their success.

The second guest, Mo Reeder, is with  DevMountain,  an industry-leading code / design school nestled in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains.  Founded by fellow coders, DevMountain's expert faculty love sharing their craft and empowering the next wave of programmers, designers and entrepreneurs.


Larry Warren and Doug Wells interview two-time Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist Gilbert M. Gaul author of, Billion Dollar Ball: A Journey Through the Big-Money Culture of College Football. Gaul offers a riveting and sometimes shocking look inside the money culture of college football and how it has come to dominate a surprising number of colleges and universities.


Hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells interview Bobby Monks, author of Uninvested: How Wall Street Highjacks your Money and How to Fight Back:

Every month our financial statements arrive, and every month we glance at them, trying to understand, hoping that we’ll come out ahead. But most of us have no idea what’s really going on or the costs involved. According to Bobby Monks—who has been a banker and borrower, investor and entrepreneur—financial firms and money managers have complicated the investing process to keep us in the dark, profiting from our ignorance.


It's Day One of KPCW's Summer Birthday Pledge Drive and the phones were ringing off the hook.  In studio with Larry and Doug were Ryan Hoffman and Brooks Harbertson of Mountain West Bank, sponsors of Mountain Money. 

The second segment of the show featured Terry Orme, publisher and editor of the Salt Lake Tribune.  The discussion centered around the ever-changing landscape of news and newspapers.


Larry Warren and Doug Wells talk with Paulo Shoemaker, author of Can’t Not Do: The Compelling Social Drive that Changes Our World. Can't Not Do is a catchphrase for the urge that captures the heart of effective social change agents – explaining in their own words, their passion and drive, "I can’t not do this. It’s not that I can do this, it’s that I can’t not.” The lessons are reflected in seven seemingly simple questions that provide guideposts and unlock the readers potential to make a difference for a social cause they care about.

On this episode, hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells spoke with Renee Robertson, author The Coaching Solution: How To Drive Talent Development, Organizational Change and Business Results. Other guests included Mark Mazzone of Park City Reality Group and Jim Harsch of Mountain Town Realty talking about synergy between local independent real estate firms. The show wrapped up with Richard Reed  of Zions Bank talking about new "chip cards" and how that's changing transactions.

Hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells kicked off this episode with author Paul Zane Pilzer and a conversation about his book The End Of Employer-Provided Health Insurance. It could be just what you need figure out the modern U.S. health care system. Blaine and Honey Parker of Slow Burn Marketing then joined the show to talk about their book Billion Dollar Branding.

Mountain Money - June 22, 2015

Jun 22, 2015

On this episode of Mountain Money, hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells kicked off the show with Jeff Bartlett from Consumer Reports. They had a conversation about the 10 Best Cars Made In America or assembled in America with many American parts. Entrepreneur and Park City resident Daniel Might then joined the show to talk about some of his projects, including Uber and Seth Adams, owner of Riverhorse, also joined the show to talk about their purchase of The Imperial Hotel and the plans for it.