TJ is a long-time friend and former college classmate and colleague of mine. We talk about some projects he has in the works, what it means to be a good person, and how we should seek to understand before we judge. Follow @switzerfilm and @tjgaylord on instagram.
On March 22nd, at 6:30pm, I'll be playing a show at Pat Connolly Tavern with Right Quick, and an art display by Tracy Hutton. Get tix at positivepunk.eventbrite.com. See you there and thanks!
In this episode, I visit with my good friend, Alyssa Murfey, at Messenger Coffee in Kansas City. Alyssa is one of the nicest people I've met. She's a live music enthusiast and social media strategist at VML. We talk about careers, Kansas City, social media, and much more! Follow her on twitter and Instagram @alysmurfey.
Special thanks to Messenger Coffee (@messengercoffee).
Danny has become a good friend of mine in just the last couple of months. He's a videographer, photographer, and owner of Reasonwhy Productions. He helps business owners share the reasons why they do what they do through amazing "why" videos. He's also a big advocate of the Law of Attraction, which I am as well. We talk about all kinds of stuff, and go deep into discussion about what the Law is and how it's helped us through different scenarios.
Visit his website at reasonwhyproductions.com and follow him on social media @dzofness and @reasonwhyproductions.
Levi K. Banker is a designer, entrepreneur, and owner/operator of Banker's Best a men's grooming brand and product line. We had an awesome conversation about his entrepreneurial past, how he got started making products, and his experience as a Free Mason. Very interesting stuff!
Follow Levi online @lkbanker and follow Banker's Best @bankers_best. Thanks Levi!
Chris has been a friend of mine for the last few years. We met at the StrangeHouse Workshop we held here in St. Louis in 2016. He started his own podcast, Pubcast Worldwide about a year or so and has been going strong ever since.
Follow him online @pubcastWW on twitter or @pubcastworldwide on Instagram and @cwluecke on twitter and Instagram.
My good friend Becky from SymBowl shares some insight on spirituality, business, connection and more. We talk about my own spiritual journey through entrepreneurship and life. Get some amazing, healthy food at any of the SymBowl locations and follow them online @symbowlstl and follow Becky @symbowl_becky.
Thanks for listening and follow me @wesleyhoffman on Twitter and Instagram and listen to my music at weshoffman.bandcamp.com.
Tara Nesbitt is a connector, event planner, strategist, and all around amazing person. Tara shares her experiences in being an integral part of STL Design Week, her career path in the creative industry, and more about her current company, Slalom Consulting. Follow Tara on social @taranesbitt.
This episode is sponsored by BTMA Studios. Follow them @btmastudio or book your class at btmastudios.com
Scott Sandler of Pizza Head, and formerly of Pizzeoli, stopped by my office to share his story of how he became a business owner, pizza enthusiast, and more. If you haven't been to Pizza Head yet, please check them out. They are a vegetarian pizza joint specializing in NY style, serving slices, whole pies, and cheap beer. It's one of my favorite places in STL.
This episode is sponsored by BTMA Studios. Check them out @btmastudio or btmastudios.com
Special thanks to The Great Dane Dickmann.
Brian Byrd is a good friend of mine. He's an entrepreneur, personal fitness and mindset trainer, and all around positive thinker. Brian comes back on the podcast to talk about some new services he's offering.
Follow Brian online @train4lifestudios or train4lifestudios.com to book a training session.