Episode 466: Positive Energy
We believe the entrepreneurial class will save the world and solve our energy issues. Houston’s newest source of energy, Featured Guest Lori Lambropoulos, will make you believe it too! In our vignettes, Leisa visits with rock lady Bonnie Blue; Karen chats with PKF’s Scott Soles; and Robin interviews the Houston Symphony’s Glenn Taylor.
Russ and John host the show about the innovators and the entrepreneurs. We are working hard to keep the economy moving in the right direction. Includes: our Quote of the Week—a dead right on quote from author Ayn Rand; This Week in Business History includes the first patent for welding, the development of the tubeless tire, and bad news for smokers; the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak you don’t know, but should; and Dumb Moments—Are we losing the battle?!
We believe the entrepreneurial class will save the world and solve our energy issues. Featured guest Lori Lambropoulos will make you believe it too! Energy Institute High School is the newest magnet school in the Houston Independent School District and the first “energy” school in the nation. It’s project-based learning in the pathways of the Geosciences, Alternative Energy and Offshore Technology. It’s still an “early stage” operation, but so far, things are really looking good! Russ interviews Lori Lambropoulos, the principal of Energy Institute High School and Houston’s newest source of energy.
Creating buzz on several levels: Robin Tooms discusses launching the rebrand with Glenn Taylor, chief marketing officer for the Houston Symphony.
Believe in yourself, advises the wonderful Rock Lady. Leisa Holland-Nelson interviews artist and rock caricaturist Bonnie Blue.
Karen Love asks Scott Soles how entrepreneurs can start the Enterprise Risk Management process in their business.