Charlie Davis co-founder Davis Miles McGuire Gardner is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. Davis tells Cogan how he realized the true value of what he does for a living, and shares the knowledge of beginning with what you know and building on it for having passion in career. Davis also helped his wife launch scrapbooking dot com, a successful scrapbook website.
Robert Pasin CEO Radio Flyer is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. Pasin is the Chief Wagon Officer who promotes a fun work environment and brings pre-launch ride on toys home regularly to see how kids interact with them. Innovation is key to staying current as the oldest wagon manufacturer in America and most loved. Cogan talks with Pasin about being born into the familly with a silver wagon handle as Pasin is the grandson of the Radio Flyer founder an Italian immigrant.
Tom O'Neil CEO of The Nerdery is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart. O'Neil and his company believe that nerds drive the success of business worldwide. He leads 500 nerds who provide consulting for businesses on the move.
Jason Feifer Chief Editor of Entrepreneur Magazine is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. Feifer has worked at some of the top magazines in the business and is now Chief Editor of Entrepreneur magazine. David and Jason talk about how he got his start going to ska concerts and writing about them. It lead him on the path of being a writer.
Christine Bailey the Executive Director for a business incubator is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. Bailey and Cogan discuss business in their home state of Arizona and the ways to lead startup founders toward enduring success.
Gerry Gorman the founder of Lawyer and Mail dot com websites is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. Gorman talks about purchasing one word domain names at the dawn of the internet industry and building businesses around them. David discusses with Gorman what it took to build mail dot com into a $1Billion NASDAQ listed platform. Gorman methodically creates companies and then moves on to the next domain name.
Rigo Durazo the creator of the Tacville Academy is interviewed by David Cogan of the Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart. Durazo tells David how he provides much-needed training to those in law enforcement and military to make tough decisions and exercise their minds for intense situations so they work like a team. Keeping everyone safe is the name of the training games Durazo leads not only for those in the field, but for citizens alike. Discovered by well-known American Sniper, Chris Kyle, Durazo was inspired to start his own training center and academy with Kyle's initial help.
Frank Shankowitz the cofounder of the Make A Wish Foundation is interviewed by David Cogan of the Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. They talk about the one little boy who started it all and helped Shankowitz become known as Wish Man. Thousands of wishes later, he's still making dreams come true and in talks for a movie treatment of his life and the wreck that killed him. Find out how he came back to life.
Mo Vaughn the Boston Red Sox 3-time All Star is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. Vaughn is known was known as the "hit dog" and by many as the nicest guy in baseball. He always brought a smile to fellow player's faces and remained positive. He has a line of clothing MVP Collections for big and tall men bringing class to casual for style and affordability in something he calls "athleisure."
Beth Ford COO of Land O Lakes and Purina is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. They talk about Ford's "supply forward" approach to better utilize valuable dairy products collected daily from supply chain resources. Ford also recommends cultivating excitement in children and coaching them to allow a non-linear journey on their career path. "The path isn't always linear," she says.
Ted Goldenvoice Williams is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. Goldenvoice as he's known was homeless and discovered on a highway holding a sign requesting donations of support. A viral video later, Ted Williams was on a path to new adventures and a whirlwind of attention. He now launches a fit band inspired by a visit to the Dr. Oz show and more products and projects on the horizon.
Tami Butcher the original Origami Owl Designer is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. They talk about Origami Owl's meteoric rise in popularity with their story lockets and programs to benefit anti-bullying efforts. Butcher is a proud supporter of ChildHelp which helps children get out of abusive environments and focuses on putting them on the path to brighter days.
Ezra Dabah, who was the CEO Chairman of The Childrens Place is interviewed by David Cogan of Eliances Heroes show amfm, iHeart radio. Dabah has developed numerous well-known brands in the industry like Gitano, an acquisition of Disney Stores, and grew Childrens Place to $1.5 Billion. He orchestrated the rapid growth of the retailer into the largest children’s pure play specialty apparel brand in North America. His new venture, KidPik focuses on girls clothing conveniently delivered to your doorstep.