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Monday, June 17, 2019

David Noble
David Noble joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how UConn is teaching entrepreneurship to all students during their time there, not just the business students.
David Noble
David Noble joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how his company uses blockchain to help online users be fully functioning online, but in control of how and when they reveal themselves there.
Michael Harrison
Michael Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the existential assaults on radio over the past 75 years, from TV to Internet, and yet it continues to morph and flourish.
Michael Harrison
Michael Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the practical and emotional aspect of how he had to adjust and reinvent his business over the past 25 years to survive and remain relevant, including the decision to drop print and go 100% electronic.
Michael Harrison
Michael Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to remind you that humans are primordially connected to the spoken word, and why you should capitalize on that, regardless of the medium.
Chris  Carosa
Chris Carosa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the lessons he learned working in a carnival and what the “carneys” taught him about selling.
Chris  Carosa
Chris Carosa joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to set your teenagers up with a retirement program that, even though it’s only funded for six or seven years, makes them millionaires at retirement age.
Jessica Moser
Jessica Moser joins Jim Blasingame to reveal results of the MetLife/U.S. Chamber small business index that shows small business owners are not only optimistic, but are investing in that attitude.
Jessica Moser
Jessica Moser joins Jim Blasingame to report on the MetLife/U.S. Chamber index that shows small business owners need more information on health care options in order to be competitive employers.
Jessica Moser
Jessica Moser joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the more sophisticated steps small business owners have to make today to find qualified employees – and keep their key people – in the current tight employment marketplace.

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