I reflect on the passing of a guest of the show, Joe Fee, and am reminded of the importance of doing those things that are important while there is still time.
Today’s guest knew exactly what she wanted to do at the age of 10—she wanted to help children overcome emotional and psychological issues. That childhood desire has turned into an equine therapy business. Listen in as Cindy Martin shares her amazing story of ingenuity and healing.
Visit the Little Springs Farm website to get more details about Cindy’s work.
Also, check out the Natural Lifemanship Institute to learn more about the methodology and approach that Cindy uses in her work.
A few months ago I had a video on YouTube blow up and reach over 815,000 views. Here’s the story behind that video, and what I learned from the experience.
If you want to see the vid in question, check it out here on YouTube!
Len Caric is the president and CEO of Uncle Charley’s Sausage Co., as well as an adjunct professor at the Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School of Business. I sat down with Len at his Vandergrift, PA facilities this week and had a great conversation. Listen in as Len shares:
It’s a great conversation full of excellent content. This episode is packed with great advice, interesting experiences, and entertaining anecdotes—make sure to check it out!
Please visit Uncle Charley’s Sausage Company website to learn more about Len’s company and their excellent product.
Also, during the conversation we talk about Len’s success in updating the company’s brand and packaging. Here’s an example of the old and new labels: