Many folks have just "too much stuff" which is where Jo Ann Hesse comes in. Following 32 years in the real estate business she decided that retirement was not for her so...she started a business that helps "stage your home" not just for selling but for...living. Good stuff from Too Much Stuff.
We made welcome Rev. Chris Olkiewicz the lead pastor of the Windsor Heights Lutheran Church and we talked about many things from remodeling to immigrant children. Oh, and how somebody with a Polish name became a Lutheran. Enjoy!
Recently board members from across North America gathered in Omaha for the National Tractor Parts Dealer Association Summer Board Meeting. Michael caught up with them and asked about the business of used, rebuilt and aftermarket agricultural and construction parts. He is joined by board members (R to L) Scott Schelling of Rock Valley Tractor Parts, Jeff Griggs, All States Ag Parts and Tom Winkleblack, Schaefer Enterprises.
Part two of the adventure of the Tour Divide where 133 riders started the journey from Banff, Canada to the US-Mexico Border a total of 2,745 miles. Good stuff here.
Brothers Matt and Sean Arndt made the decision to tackle the 2,750 mile Tour Divide that starts in Banff, CA and winds up on the US-Mexican Border. It's an amazing tale...from sleeping in the high desert to the eating...everything in sight.
Each week we (Michael, Mariah and Sheryl) giggle through several minutes of fun stuff to do in the Des Moines Metro. From Wine and Boats to Riding Camels we've got it all. It's Eat, Play, Love Des Moines:
When Start Up City announced they would close their doors Geoff Wood from Welch Avenue and others associated with the tech start-up "incubator" were wondering where "home" might be. The answer is Gravitate located in the Midland Building downtown Des Moines. How is it similar to Start Up City and what advantages are there to this model? We asked those questions and more. Here is our conversation:
Every two weeks Desmund Adams comes to our studio to offer us a nugget of wisdom for business and professional careers. An accomplished speaker he weaves a story about salad...that ends up really being about management and business. Good stuff.
We'll be the first to admit a lack of knowledge when it comes to "chalk paint". However, Janet Piller has got it down. Her shop TLC Vintage Collection is one of a kind in the area and brims with paint that takes the work out of refinishing furniture, kitchen cabinets...just about anything. We talked about the paint, husband Dan and her unique place in retail sales.
Allison Carlson, D.C. knows what a difference twenty pounds, fifty pounds even seventy-five pounds can make on your health. Her husband lost that kind of weight and maintained it. That has, according to Dr. Carlson, changed their lives for the better. Now she wants to take that same idea to the public and on July 19 she will hold the first meeting of The Total Food Makeover. You can learn more right here.