Blair Treu is a film director and producer. He discusses his experiences getting started in the industry as a film student at BYU, landing a job with Disney, and eventually directing for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including such films as "Meet the Mormons."
Today Former Congressman Jason Chaffetz joins us to discuss playing football at BYU, ascending the ranks in politics, serving as Chair of the House Oversight Committee, and his current role as a contributor with Fox News.
Joining us today are Alexis Bradley and Chante Stutsnegger, known for their joint Instagram presence "Let's Talk Sis." They share their stories and perspectives on race, equality, and how we can each learn and improve where we are.
Cam and Andrew take a minute to remember some of their most impactful moments from the last several guests, and they dive deep into the most timely and controversial topic of the season: Thanksgiving vs. Christmas.
Chari Pack is the founder of Persnickety Prints, a company committed to the details of printing photography. After finding a gap in the market for quality prints at an affordable price, Chari sent out to do it herself, and do it well. Her company has been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in Utah multiple times.
Starting in personal finance, Carl Richards started sketching with a sharpie in order to simplify and communicate complex concepts. After the right person noticed what he was doing, Carl started writing a column for none other than The New York Times. Carl discusses his story as well as the unique business that he's built around his talent.
At least one in eight couples deals with some form of infertility. The Hope for Fertility Foundation's mission is "To provide HOPE to couples struggling in their journey to creating or expanding their families, by helping them tell their story, by spreading infertility awareness, and providing financial assistance through grants and fundraisers," and McCall and Mandi join us to do just that.
Joining us today is the co-founder of Troomi Wireless, Bill Brady. From being the first international student body president at BYU (born and raised in Canada), to founding and running multiple businesses in Utah, Bill shares with us some of his tools that have helped him face risk and become so successful.
David Butler is an author, teacher of religion, father of six, and co-host of Don't Miss This, a scripture study aid podcast and YouTube channel. He joins us today to share his story and what being a disciple of Jesus Christ means to him.
We're talking shoes today. Monte Deere, CEO of Kizik and HandsFree Labs, joins us to talk about their hands-free innovations in the shoe world. With education and experience as an attorney, Monte now leads an innovative company developing technology for your feet. They solve a problem you didn't realize you had, and the implications are astounding.