Rob Seay is one of the kindest people I've ever met. Rob's an HR professional who's worked at big companies like Energizer and A-B, and is now the Director of HR at Bonfyre. We talk about the HR profession, how it's changed over the years, how to stand out when looking for a job, what sticks out on resumes, and much more!
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Stacy is an entrepreneur, educator, speaker, and owner/operator of Rise Collaborative Workspace. We had an awesome conversation about how she started Rise, the challenges along the way, and entrepreneurial mindset. Follow Rise on twitter @RISEcollabwkspc and on Instagram @risecollaborativeworkspace.
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Bobby has been a friend of mine for several years. Bobby's been involved in live music and large-scale live events for a long time. We talk about careers, networking, music and much more. Follow him on twitter @bobbyautry.
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Laura is an entrepreneur, blogger, influence marketer and owner of Hex STL. We talk about career paths, business, networking, and much more. Follow her online @hexstl.
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Special thanks to producer, Dane Dickmann.
Jeremy Stanton is the founder and owner of Barrel Beard and Tattoo. We talk about how he started this project, what keeps him moving, and share some old punk rock connections/stories. Follow him online @barrelbeardandtattoo or barrelbeardandtattoo.com
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Richard is a good friend of mine who owns a board game subscription company called Game Night Gear. We've worked together on several projects and talk about life as business owners, side hustles, and Richards new Beer Bazaar event. Follow him online @gamenightgear or gamenightgear.com
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Chef Ryan McDonald of Good Fortune stops by to talk about music, cooking, the restaurant and food industry, and much more. Follow him online @bellyopork and follow @goodfortunestl.
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Josh Charles is a chef, entrepreneur, family man, and advocate for mindfulness and positivity. Josh and I sat down at a coffeeshop after being on a panel together for Float STL. We talked for about an hour about pretty much everything. Follow him @chefjoshcharles!
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Chrissy Fogerty is an entrepreneur, advocate for sustainable fashion, and awesome, positive person. Chrissy tells me how she got into fashion, opening her business, and researching deeper into where our garments come from. Follow her business @Fauxgerty and @fauxgertyinthecwe.
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