Today we visit with a man following his passion in a big way. Brian Fruit has built his empire around sports and cycling. He's the owner of Bike Peddler, Timpanogos Cyclery, and Lizard Skins, all with their core centered around his passion for cycling.
Today we welcome tech-entrepreneur Scott Schwab to the show. Scott discusses his journey from writing curriculum and co-founding Bottega University, to building Mett Naturals. Mett Naturals is a company developing and distributing hemp-based CBD products. https://open.spotify.com/episode/10FeZ1zHrCgp5P6eL2T9LC?si=-YNJ6L1UQqiTiezfjQimKA https://youtu.be/oaxia_ov4so
Today Cam and Andrew sit back and reminisce on everyone's favorite time of the year. Merry Christmas, everyone!
Brock Blake, Founder and CEO of Lendio, joins us to share his entrepreneurial story from delivering newspapers to managing a CEO's worst nightmare during the Covid-19 stimulus package PPP loans. Brock shares how he overcame his "fetal position moments" to bring his company through as a stronger competitor in the industry.
Joining us today is the amazing Chelsea Fairbourn. Chelsea wears many hats, including Director of Operations for the Tony Finau Foundation, on-field host for BYU Athletics (hosting football, basketball, and baseball games), and reporter/producer at KSL 5 TV. Listen to her story of how she has created huge success around her contrasting talents.
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.