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For her internship, Kalyana interviews her mentor, Jessica, about her journey to becoming an aerial arts business owner, all the challenges she’s encountered along the way, and the life lessons she’s learned through pursuing what she genuinely enjoys in her...
In this interview, Emily Lambert (14) interviews her mother Sindy Lambert (37) on November 25, 2017, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Mrs. Lambert shares about her childhood and the influences her parents and husband, Chuck Lambert, had on her. She discusses...
Seyi Falade (40) shares a conversation with her father, Christopher Falade (70), about their relationship, the beginning of their business, how their relationship has changed as a result of working together, and how their business has grown.
Justin White (37) talks with his father, Waymon White (67), about his life growing up in Monroe, North Carolina.
Victor Gallardo (no age given) and his friend and mentee Luis Ayala Rangel (25) discuss their experiences as immigrants to the United States from Mexico and building their lives and careers in a new country. They talk about their friendship...
Pamela Jennings (57) shares a conversation with her father, Wyatt Jennings (88), about Wyatt’s upbringing on a tobacco farm in Virginia, his time in the armed services, his experience working as an automotive technician, and about the businesses he owned.
A grandmother tells her granddaughter about growing up and her married life.
One Small Step partners, Sundra Flansburg (63) and Robin Bumbera (60), share about their experience as mothers, what they find important, and how visiting Central American and Caribbean countries have shaped their views about politics and poverty.
Thelma shared the story of her first marriage, the start of their trucking company, her divorce and eventual sale of her trucking company, her trip to California and the accident that resulted in the unexpected death of her father.
This interview is about work and how life is hard but we should focus on the good.
One Small Step conversation partners Diane Snelling (69) and Robin Ingenthron (59) talk about the environment, government regulations, recycling and renewables, and Act 250.
My mom and I talk over college plans, early profession and important life skills.
One Small Step participants Susan Miller (73) and Ruth Belhumeur (66) discuss their experiences in the medical field, their husbands' careers in medicine compared to their own, and their common enemy: insurance companies.
I am interviewing James Smith about his business
Donald Cabana is 45 years old and lives in Fort Mill, South Carolina. He has a wife, three daughters, two dogs, and one cat. He owns his own dental practice in Tega Cay, South Carolina. He was born and raised...
My mom's life story, growing up and being a business owner.
I interviewed my boss about her experience as a Physical Therapist and her decisions to open her own practice.
Friends Liliane Lemani (38) and Emiliana Salama (51) talk about their interests in starting businesses in the United States, and reflect on their experiences selling goods and materials while they were at a refugee camp in Namibia.
Daniel Peoples III (28) is interviewed by his friend and mentor Marc DeWitt (45) about his experience as a member of the African American Male Initiative and how his participation in the initiative has impacted his life.
Dean Zaidan (61) talks with his daughter, Kate Zaidan (36), about the drive and risks he took to open his store, Dean's Mediterranean Imports, which Kate now runs. Dean tells Kate about his path that led him from Lebanon to...
Jason Wollermann talks with Brian Madigan regarding life, work, and education in the Great Thanksgiving Listen of 2018 on November 24th, 2018. They discuss Madigan's life as he grew up in Ireland and came to America as an immigrant, as...
Kiplyn Primus (61) talks with fellow entrepreneur and Atlanta Business League member Gretchen Fuller (53) about Gretchen's education, her corporate experience, and her path to operating her own successful business, Warner Fuller Consulting.
Husband and wife Arnaldo "13" Salinas (62) and Liz Velez-Salinas (48) talk about their marriage, their upbringings, and the values that they have instilled in their children. Together, they reflect on how Liz's terminal cancer diagnosis has impacted their approach...
this details the creation and life of the business alpha Omega Gymnastics by Sarah pogue.