Mike Seminary & Friends
Like a lot of people, Jonathan Holth worked in the restaurant industry growing up. Unlike a lot of people he then decided to start a restaurant, which has since expanded across North Dakota and caused
My friend Shane Balkowitsch was searching for his place in the universe. He has found it, and more. This oncology nurse turned successful business owner has become a renowned wet plate photographer wi
Not a fan of baseball? That's ok. Larry Tye's book on Satchel Paige is about way more than baseball and he has some great stories to tell. Learn about Satchel's time in Bismarck, North Dakota, his inc
I wrap up my focus on female business owners with Former North Dakota Department of Commerce Commissioner, Michelle Kommer. She joins me this week to talk about her new business, High Road Partners.
When Nicole's boss asked if she wanted to buy the business, she took out a second mortgage to do so, and told her husband about it later. Hear some of her story and how a fire actually saved her resto
When Leititia Hanke realized she wasn't going to make much money as a musician, she took a job as a receptionist at a roofing company. Hear how she eventually became the owner of that roofing company
Bismarck native Anne Mahlum joins me to talk about her passion for exercise and keeping others fit, as well. That passion led to starting a successful non-profit and most recently, solidcore, which ha
How does a California native decide to become a welder solely to get a job in the North Dakota oil patch? As she says, 'You've really got to want to weld when you want to do it in negative thirty-five
How can someone who went to church just to please his wife start having conversations with God about helping people (who live in a landfill) in Nakuru, Kenya? Listen as Dave Hatfield shares his story.
Growing up in North and South Dakota simultaneously (yes, it's possible), Rory Hoffman became a member of his family's band at age 5. He has learned to play many instruments over the years, something