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Feb 19, 2024

The NFL attracts elite athletes. Chancellor Moody and Timaje Porter think they have what it takes. Timaje is preparing for NFL Day where scouts will look him over. Chancellor is preparing to join a college football team where he expects his skills to shine. They both have lots of support in their corner, they're doing...


Feb 12, 2024

Nick Bloom is an economist at Stanford. He began studing work from home trends long before they became a thing with Covid. Nick gives me the final word on whether work from home is profitable for companies, how it impacts creativity, and what most organizations are doing now that employees are insisting on a work from...


Feb 5, 2024

Amy Morin made a name for herself with a blog that caught fire followed by a Ted Talk that caught fire. In both instances she wrote and spoke about what mentally strong people DON'T do. Avoid these pitfalls, she says, and you'll deal with life's inevitable adversity much better. In today's show I ask her to apply...


Jan 29, 2024

When huge chemical containers are cleaned at chemical plants, what happens to the left over hazardous sludge? What's done with the excess from some cosmetic overruns? What about those piles of tires we used to see stacked up behind old tire shops?  Ted Reese is president and CEO of Cadence Environmental Energy. His...


Jan 22, 2024

Are electric car batteries an environmental disaster like some would have you think? Or are they God's gift to planet earth as others would have you think? I speak with Maria Caballero, President of E-Mobility, a division of TERREPOWER and John Boyer, President of TERREPOWER, a division of BBB Industries. TERREPOWER...