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Growing Rich Over Spilt Milk – An Entrepreneur’s Tale

Mom Nadine Savino was faced with a poorly designed drink bottle for her toddler, she saw a basic need – and a solution. This inventive mother went out and designed a spill-proof, stretchable bottle cap that allows bottles to tip…

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Business Meets Art – Life of a Top Sculptor

Follow top sculptor Joseph Petrovics as he imagines – creates – and moves a work of art to salability. Joseph Petrovics has created the 9/11 World Trade Center firefighters’ memorial, monumental pieces for St. John the Divine cathedral, well known…

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The Internet: The Most Dangerous Source of Financial Advice

Data is not wisdom. Today’s internet allows us to get more fiscal data, accompanied by a truly overwhelming amount of advice. But is this “news” based on agendas that bear no relation to wisely investing your hard-earned dollars? Host Bart…

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Laughing Your Way to Success – and Fun

You heard about the attorney with no sense of humor didn’t you? He lost his appeal.  Host Bart Jackson (master of Business Quips) joins forces with guest Sherri Waryasz, the Queen of Laughter for a rollicking, riotous feast.  Isn’t it…

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Tales of Estate Planning – Lessons from Experience

Hear the one about the guy who left his business to his brother-in-law’s niece, without knowing it?  The difference between the overwhelming complexities of estate law and astrophysics is that you truly do hold the opportunity to take control of…

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The Vet Advantage – Why Your Firm Needs Vets Now

Founders of GI Go Fund & YourJobPath.com, tell how vets contribute innovation, trained talent, and cash to your firm. U.S. military veterans form the most able, exceptionally trained, and tragically neglected talent pool in America.  In a nation of 4.9%…

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