A rising figure in Columbus politics and current City Council President Pro Tempore, Elizabeth Brown brings a very honest and open perspective to this conversation. While many Americans are inundated with negative perspectives on politics,
Kenny Sipes is not your average coffee shop owner. Only in business for about 5 years, Kenny has grown The Roosevelt Coffeehouse into a well-known and loved destination for many in Columbus. Like its owner,
Scott Schweitzer has known since he was a child that he wanted to influence the way politics works in our country. At 8 years old he was listening to political talk radio and absorbing the ideas of how politics influences our country.
In just one short conversation, I have come to see Alex as an inspiring individual and an incredibly engaging conversationalist. He approaches life with vigor and emphatically embraces personal growth and constant learning.
David Mead has had a long and successful career as a leader of live events professionals. His attitudes towards people, growth, and success set an admirable example for anyone making any type of foray into a customer-facing venture.
When considering starting a business, most people tend to look for something big, or valuable, or novel. Few people would consider starting a brand new business with something as simple as selling socks. This is exactly what Michael and the other found...
An investigation in what it means to make the subject of the art, the subject of attention.