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Best Good Company podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Good Company podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A podcast for working women, hosted by Women Who founder Otegha Uwagba. Full of practical advice, fresh ideas, and interviews with smart, successful women, this is essential listening for working women – whether you’re just starting out, or already have years of experience.
 
Good Company (@goodcompanyzine) is a weekly podcast about the intersection of creativity and business. Good Company provides motivation, inspiration, practical advice, and a vital sense of connection and community for creatives at every stage of life. Each episode of Good Company will focus on honest, open conversations about the ups and downs of creative life. (Theme song by Lame Drivers http://lamedrivers.com/)
 
Mindfulness expert and “The Here and Now Habit” author, Hugh Byrne, PhD. explores the power of mindfulness and how to apply this fundamental practice in day to day living – from increasing focus, productivity and creativity in the workplace to enhancing the quality of personal relationships, breaking bad habits, building resilience, and achieving a greater sense of well being. Hugh talks with entrepreneurial and inspiring guests along the way, discussing how they have cultivated mindfulness ...
 
Keeping Good Company - Join two business besties, Karly Nimmo and Lisa Corduff, while they explore what it takes to create, grow and keep good company. In this day and age, when the barrier to entry for entrepreneurs is so low... while people can create a brand for themselves with nothing more than internet access and youtube tutorials, and the amount of noise in the online space is so high... what is it that sets those who make it apart from those that don't? Lisa and Karly intend to find o ...
 
We explore the lives, careers, and advocacies of people who want to create positive impact in the world. Reese Fernandez-Ruiz (founder of Rags2Riches and Things That Matter) and Tom Graham (founder of MAD Travel and author of The Genius of the Poor) are joined by other social entrepreneurs to discuss the ins and outs of doing good. If you’re someone who’s looking for inspiration, positive stories, and opportunities to pursue meaning and purpose, you’re In Good Company.
 
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A Jamaican family’s tea recipe had been passed down from generation to generation. When the oral recipe reached entrepreneur Nailah Ellis’ branch of the family tree, she knew it was her calling to share the tradition with the masses. This episode shares Nailah’s trials and errors mastering the recipe and launching her national brand, Ellis Island T…
 
For Hamissi Mamba and Nadia Nijimbere of Baobab Fare, the business idea came naturally - bring the food and culture from their birthplace of Burundi to Detroit. The story of their new restaurant in Detroit’s New Center area spans the globe, political persecution, separation from family, and struggle to survive. And through it all, they’ve always co…
 
Glimpse inside the nation’s oldest hat retailer and one of Detroit’s most iconic shops.This 127-year-old hatter has outfitted the likes of Steve Harvey, LL Cool J, the notorious Purple Gang, Jimmy Kimmel, and President Dwight Eisenhower, who wore a hat from the shop at his second inauguration in 1957. But just a few years ago, that legacy was threa…
 
A special bonus episode produced in collaboration with the Standard Hotel as part of their new audio programming platform, Sometimes Radio, and recorded in the Library Lounge of the Standard Hotel’s London outpost. This episode is a live recording from the Feminist State of the Union I hosted on International Women’s Day, a conversational salon abo…
 
Carol Himelhoch is the great-granddaughter of the founder of Himelhoch’s Department Store. Himelhoch’s has a retail history of innovative women’s fashion going back to 1907 in Detroit. When strangers would ask about Carol’s surname, if it were associated with the store, she would confirm and listen to stories of people who loved and missed her fami…
 
We're back with Tim Gleisner, Manager of Special Collections for the Library of Michigan, to cover more of the rich history of Grand Rapids! On this episode, we explore the history of partying in GR, from the beer scene to exciting presidential visits. Tim also touches on how the Spanish flu impacted the community, and much more, all while we enjoy…
 
Gias Talukder knew he was made to be an entrepreneur. He always desired the exploration of entrepreneurship, with all of its uncertainty and limitless opportunity. However, responsibilities, traditions, and circumstances required his focus on career stability. Gias had to take a chance on an unexpected road to find the path that was just right for …
 
The idea for Michigan Farm to Freezer is simple - pick fresh produce from a variety of Michigan farms, then freeze the local fruits and vegetables for year-round goodness. Co-founders, Brandon Seng and Mark Coe, talk about their unexpected journey from a northern Michigan farmer's market and school lunch program to their move to Detroit's historic …
 
From a young age, Clement “FAME” Brown Jr. has been able to recognize opportunities around him. And his true gift is converting those opportunities into revenue. In this episode, Fame shares his lessons on hustling and how he overcame challenges to create Detroit’s Brand Name - Three Thirteen.By Clement Brown Jr, Andrew Bishop, Sam Beaubien, Alex Trajano, Shannon Cason
 
Scott and Christine Vogel took the leap into becoming business owners in 2017, when they opened Nothing Bundt Cakes, and since then, they have dedicated themselves to giving back to the community. Hear them chat about being part of the World's Largest Cake Walk, and their unique connection to Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant!…
 
SWEATER WEATHER HAS FINALLY ARRIVED!Your readyfortherain-ass friends are back for the 38th installment of GCR. Sean, Soosh, Jaas, and Vinny discuss Dad Bod Dad Squad, Alleged Birthday Threesomes, Jesus Is King, Agent Orange's Playlist, Major League Boobs, and more chestington topics.The Hella Good Company family sends our love and condolences to th…
 
Nieves Longordo is the owner of Diseños Ornamental Iron. When young Nieves is presented with the opportunity to purchase the construction company from her step-father, Tony Martinez, she takes it, unaware of the fire she was stepping into. In this episode, Nieves shares her journey to entrepreneurship in Detroit, and she uncovers many of the lesson…
 
Tory Richardson has dedicated his career to the world of aviation, and his talents have recently brought him to Grand Rapids, where he has just begun his tenure has the CEO of the Gerald R. Ford International Airport. Hear Tory discussing the expansions happening at the airport, the competitive world of working in the aviation industry, and the imp…
 
Orthodontic and dental care is important to many people around the country. OrVance is looking to revolutionize a small part of orthodontic care, dental wax, in a big way. Their mission is focused on improving the quality, safety and compliance of a product used by many. We chatted with OrVance CEO Ron Schutt while enjoying Better Life Choices from…
 
As the Manager of Special Collections at the Library of Michigan, Tim Gleisner knows a thing or two about local history. On this episode, Tim chats with the Chamber's resident history buff, Andy Johnston, on Grand Rapids' rich history of floods, furniture, and pigs being used to dispose of trash. We also enjoyed the most fitting beer possible for a…
 
As the youngest ever person to be appointed editor-in-chief of a Condé Nast title – and only the second ever African American person to hold that position – former Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Elaine Welteroth was the driving force behind the magazine’s pivot to a more political, more socially conscious editorial stance that earned it an army of new …
 
As Director of Sales – Strategic Enterprise for Comcast Business, Brad Gramlin knows that technology is changing every day, and it's essential for businesses to be on the cutting edge in order to be competitive. Hear Brad discuss the cloud, artificial intelligence, and what companies like Meijer are doing to maintain top-notch customer service all …
 
Seasoned fashion and beauty editor Funmi Fetto is something of an anomaly within the magazine world – a black journalist who’s risen to the heady heights of executive editor and beauty director of Glamour magazine, by way of a stint as beauty editor at British Vogue, and an on-going column for the Observer. She’s recently published Palette, a caref…
 
At the Grand Rapids Chamber, we believe Michigan needs criminal justice reform to reduce unnecessary barriers to employment. Over-incarceration costs too much and does not make our communities safer. On this episode of good company, we continued the discussion with Representative Graham Filler, who has been a key leader in criminal justice reform, …
 
At the Grand Rapids Chamber, we believe Michigan needs criminal justice reform to reduce unnecessary barriers to employment. Over-incarceration costs too much and does not make our communities safer. On this episode of Good Company, brought to you in conjunction with the Economic Club of Grand Rapids, we chatted with Lenore Anderson, President of A…
 
Consider this episode a masterclass in brand storytelling, courtesy of Kate Hamilton and Emily Ames, co-founders of content and communications agency Sonder & Tell, which specialises in helping brands craft their messaging and figure out how best to communicate with their customers. Since setting up Sonder & Tell two years ago, the pair have worked…
 
PUNKIN' SPICE.Your goingtohavealottocatchuponnextepisode ass friends are back for the 37th episode of GCR. In this mid-September recording, Sean, Soosh, and Jaas discuss Hobosexuality, Bang Bros Basketball, White Claw Sean, Bring Your Own Bun, China vs. Hong Kong, and more cheekington topics.Another episode down, and we still need new AKA's for Jaa…
 
Food writer and chef Alison Roman look set to be the millennial inheritor to Nigella’s domestic goddess crown – funny, sharp, and (cliché though it might sound) effortlessly cool, it’s no wonder she’s developed a cult following in the US (and racked up over 200,000 followers on Instagram). A columnist for the New York Times and contributor to food …
 
You’ll likely already be familiar with beauty and tech entrepreneur Sharmadean Reid, who made her name within the beauty industry through WAH, the nail salon and beauty brand that kicked off the nail art trend globally, and went on to shape beauty and girl culture around the world. A serial entrepreneur, Sharmadean has now turned her hand to the te…
 
Around 50% of students in Kent County report that they don't have somebody in their life with whom they can talk about something important. Affinity Mentoring works to change that by matching students with a caring adult mentor. We sat down with Executive Director Laura Ward to discuss how this positive relationship can help improve students’ acade…
 
“Selfhood is the economic engine of the Internet” – so says Jia Tolentino, staff writer at the New Yorker, and author of Trick Mirror: Reflections on Self-Delusion, a razor-sharp collection of essays examining contemporary American culture that touches on everything from the commodification of feminism and the “nightmare” of personal branding, to t…
 
SPOILER ALERT: THIS EPISODE GIVES AWAY A BAG FULL OF SURPRISES ABOUT JMSEY'S MOMENTS ART EHIBIT!On September 16, 2019, our good friend JMSEY is embarking on a new quest in his creative journey as a musician/artist. An EP-turned-art-installation titled MOMENTS will be open to the public in Sacramento's Historic R Street Corridor - more recently crow…
 
The Mitten Brewing Company is a two-time recipient of the Chamber’s EPIC Awards, recognized as the Young Entrepreneurs of the Year in 2015, and the Excellence in Business Award last year. We sat down with Chris Andrus, Co-Founder and Co-Owner of the Mitten, to chat through the journey of the Mitten: from their start brewing beer in the basement, to…
 
BDO is celebrating 100 years in Grand Rapids this year. As a company, BDO is committed not only to helping their clients, but also to helping their communities. Tune in while we talk with guests Eric Fischer, Tax Senior Manager, and Kevin Patterson, Assurance Partner for BDO Grand Rapids. Both Eric and Kevin are alumni of Leadership Grand Rapids (L…
 
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