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Peter Switzer, one of Australia's foremost money experts, dissects the day's business news and explains what it means for you.
 
Podcast by Jason Switzer, Leor Rotchild and Dan Zilnik
 
Grace Church in Curllsville, PA. Non-Denominational, bible believing, family style.
 
The South Carolina Business Review, with host Mike Switzer, focuses on news from South Carolina's business community with interviews of many small business owners and business leaders from around the state. South Carolina's nonprofits, including its colleges and universities are also regularly featured on the program, as well as many of the state's small business support organizations. The program is a production of South Carolina Public Radio.
 
Recorded and aired live from MadTree Taproom in Cincinnati, the Toyota Dealer FC Cincinnati Fan Show is the official weekly radio show of FC Cincinnati!
 
Giving up is for rookies. You can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
 
Chris & Ray with the famous 12th Anniversary cake
 
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A weekly update of the entrepreneurial activity in South Carolina. Mike Switzer interviews John Warner, co-founder of Accessible Diagnostics and the Swampfox Facebook page, based in Greenville, S.C.By scbr@scpublicradio.org (Mike Switzer).
 
Many k-12 schools these days are specializing in certain areas, such as the arts and STEM. Many are also reaching out to the business community to establish partnerships that help students identify career tracks as early as middle school. Our next guest’s Lowcountry school has decided to connect with area companies to develop a specialty in tea ...…
 
Spring brings more than just flowers and warmer temperatures. In Columbia, it also means the return of an annual film festival that reignites the capital city’s downtown business district. Mike Switzer interviews Seth Gadsden, director of the 13th Annual Indie Grits Film Festival , coming to Columbia March 28-31.…
 
“The things that survive you are the people you impact.” In the 153rd episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Branch Manager/Loan Originator at PrimeLending - A PlainsCapital Company, and former UGA football player, Russ Tanner. For more on Russ, follow him on Facebook. To stay up to date on all things coming out of the Keep Moving Forward C ...…
 
Most business owners understand that two keys to their success are customers that return to buy again and again and employees who stay with them year after year. But our next guest says that while many of these leaders know these are key behaviors, they don’t know how to implement them. Mike Switzer interviews Dr. Daisy White, president of Whit ...…
 
2018 is in the books and 2019 has almost finished one quarter. How is our economy looking? Mike Switzer interviews Joey Von Nessen, with the Division of Research at the Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC.By scbr@scpublicradio.org (Mike Switzer).
 
A weekly update of the entrepreneurial activity in South Carolina. Mike Switzer interviews John Warner, co-founder of Accessible Diagnostics and the Swampfox Facebook page, based in Greenville, S.C.By scbr@scpublicradio.org (Mike Switzer).
 
Over the past year, trade wars, immigration fears, and increasing interest rates have dealt a one-two-three punch to the homebuilding industry, causing a slowdown for the first time since the multi-year recovery emerged from the financial meltdown of 11 years ago. How are the smaller, independent builders faring and how do they feel about the f ...…
 
Our state’s research universities are constantly looking for ways to monetize their research and a recent example just came across our radar screen. A Lowcountry company recently received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to continue developing a double-balloon catheter using technology licensed from the Medical University of South ...…
 
In God's Upside-Down Kingdom, kings and leaders serve the servants.
 
“We don’t develop players, we develop athletes.”In the 152nd episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Founder of Relentless Athletics, Emily Pappas. For more on Emily, follow her on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Follow Relentless Athletics on Facebook and Instagram. To stay up to date on all things coming out of the Keep Moving Forward C ...…
 
As 2019 continues to unfold, many uncertainties still abound. What will the Federal Reserve do next with interest rates? Are the trade wars winding down? Will global and domestic political environments get clearer or cloudier? Our next guest says uncertainties like these are always a concern to financial markets. Mike Switzer interviews Tyson H ...…
 
Most people know what they are trying to accomplish with their investment portfolio: retirement, new house, fund some charities. But our next guest says these goals can be elusive if you don’t have a written document that outlines your objectives and limitations. Mike Switzer interviews Chris Cabri, a certified financial planner with Ameriprise ...…
 
An update of the news, events and issues that are trending right now across South Carolina's business community. Mike Switzer interviews Andy Owens, managing editor of SCBizNews , the company that publishes the Columbia Regional Business Report , Charleston Regional Business Journal , GSA Business and SCBizNews magazine .…
 
Our next guest’s Upstate company recently won the 2018 Innovision Award for Sustainability for engineering a portable, personal, solar energy storage system. Mike Switzer interviews Chris Petrella, founder and CEO of Unlimited Power in Greenville, SC .By scbr@scpublicradio.org (Mike Switzer).
 
Finding investment capital has long been a struggle for entrepreneurs, especially in our small state of South Carolina. However, our next guest says that many small businesses may not be aware of an obscure new rule from the Securities and Exchange Commission that can be used to raise money without a lot of the normal red tape. Mike Switzer int ...…
 
“You can’t manage a team if you are not taking care of yourself.”In the 151st episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Author, Global C-Suite Executive, Top Female Executive in Technology, Mentor, Speaker, Triathlete, and Coach, Rhonda Vetere. For more on Rhonda, follow her on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter. To stay up to date on all things ...…
 
Most of us know what lasers are but many of us may not know that one of their critical components is a crystal. Normally, these crystals are grown in a high temperature environment. However, our next guest’s company has figured out a way to grow these crystals in a lower temperature, fluidic environment that brings them a new competitive advant ...…
 
In a perfect world, everyone would make rational decisions, however our next guest says that when it comes to the average person’s finances, rational decision-making is not only abnormal, it’s almost non-existent, and that’s because of something he calls behavioral bias. Mike Switzer interviews William Jeter, a chartered financial analyst with ...…
 
...where the last shall be first, and the first shall be last.
 
A weekly update of the entrepreneurial activity in South Carolina. Mike Switzer interviews John Warner, co-founder of Accessible Diagnostics and the Swampfox Facebook page, based in Greenville, S.C.By scbr@scpublicradio.org (Mike Switzer).
 
According to the most recent statistics, the cost of a nursing home has increased 54 percent over the past 15 years and, for the first time last year, reached an average of $100,000 per year. So as more and more retirees continue feeding the “silver tsunami” relocation to our state, this is becoming an increasingly important topic. Mike Switzer ...…
 
Jacob doubted God, wrestled with Him, and was changed forever. Doubt is not a bad word. God can handle your doubt, but you must continue to seek the Truth.
 
We’ve all heard the old adage “cleanliness is next to godliness”, and in today’s world of bacterial and viral phobias, schools, hospitals, and hotels are worshiping cleanliness now more than ever. Our next guest’s Upstate company, through a collaboration with another industry partner in its area, recently won an award for disrupting the cleanli ...…
 
“Why not change the narrative for student athletes?”In the 150th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview CEO/Co-Founder of Train Collegiate and former collegiate Baseball Player, Blake McLemore. For more on Blake, follow him on LinkedIn and follow Train Collegiate on Facebook. To stay up to date on all things coming out of the Keep Moving Fo ...…
 
The tourism industry continues to be big business in our state and probably always will be, which is why more and more of our institutions of higher learning are investing in that curriculum. Including our next guest’s Lowcountry campus. Mike Switzer interviews Charles Calvert, dean of the University of South Carolina Beaufort at Hilton Head Is ...…
 
There are many factors involved in achieving financial independence, however our next guest says that a critical one is also one of the most misunderstood. He calls it the “Great Misunderstanding of Risk”. Mike Switzer interviews Bryan Ballentine, a certified financial planner in Greenville, SC.By scbr@scpublicradio.org (Mike Switzer).
 
“Meet people where they are at.” In the 149th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Founder of Sparks Systems and former Ole Miss Soccer Player, Anna Sparks. For more on Anna, follow her on LinkedIn. To stay up to date on all things coming out of the Keep Moving Forward Creator’s Studio, head on over to http://keepmovingforward.us/ and sub ...…
 
The nature of suffering is largely misunderstood in today's culture. As Christians, we know that we can take heart--that Christ has overcome the world. But how does that look practically, in a world where we can be our own worst enemy? Join Pastor Tom today as he delves into the Bible and God's answer to the question of suffering.…
 
“Relationships are the most valuable thing.” In the 148th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Founder and Certified Sports Life Coach at Playmakers, and former collegiate tennis player, Jackie Hutt. For more on Jackie, follow her on LinkedIn. To stay up to date on all things coming out of the Keep Moving Forward Creator’s Studio, head on ...…
 
How much power is too much? Does absolute power always corrupt absolutely? Who are you allowing to have power and authority in you life? Join Pastor Tom as we explore the nature and purpose of Absolute Power.
 
“I didn’t question it...I loved coaching and this is what it was going to take to make that happen.”In the 147th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast I interview Director of Cross Country/ Track & Field at Bryant University and former University of Vermont Runner, Mitchell Switzer. To learn more about Mitchell, follow him on LinkedIn. Fol ...…
 
This is the second of five installments in the Dangerous Topics series.
 
Churches today are encouraged to stay away from controversial topics. From things that could get it into trouble. Stay away from things deemed...dangerous. Join us for the next 5 weeks as we dig into some of the more controversial topics of our time and what God has to say about them.
 
“God’s timing is the right timing.”In the 146th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast I interview Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) Golf Coach and former Jacksonville University Baseball Player, Larry Byrnes. To learn more about Larry, follow him on Facebook and LinkedIn. To stay up to date on all things KMF, head on over to my w ...…
 
Are you a volunteer at your church, or are you the body of Christ?
 
“Faith, Family, Work.”In the 145th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast I interview Realtor and former Shorter University Golfer, Winston Gibbs. To learn more about Winston, follow him on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. To stay up to date on all things KMF, head on over to my website, http://keepmovingforward.us/, and leave me your ema ...…
 
“Someone who works hard and brings the next girl along with her.”In the 144th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Licensed Associate with Lotus Property Investments and former University of Georgia Gymnast, Morgan Reynolds. For more on Morgan, follow her on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.To stay up to date on all things coming out of ...…
 
Dan and Jason talk about the biggest moments in energy and environment during 2018 and share their hopes and fears for 2019. How will the upcoming federal election impact carbon and climate policy? Will #CCUS finally take off? What does the upcoming Clean Fuel Standard mean for investment in Canada's oil industry? Most important - how did Jason ...…
 
In the 143rd episode of Keep Moving Forward I discuss my 2018 pursuit to secure an interview with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson for episode 100 of my podcast. The last few months of this journey took the form of my training to complete the CrossFit Hero WOD "Murph" in a 14-pound weight vest.*From CrossFit.com*"Murph"For time:1 mile Run100 Pull-ups2 ...…
 
In the 142nd episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast I interview Registered Dietician and former Collegiate Gymnast, Patti Milligan.Leaving a legacy for the next generation. Patti’s entire life journey is dedicated to that mission, and I am so honored for the chance I had to speak with her and to help share her story. I hope you all enjoy my ...…
 
Leor and Jason are joined by special guest Matthew Klippenstein of Plug In BC. The Canadian electric vehicle market is growing, but are EVs really viable for rural settings and our road trip culture? What is the future of zero emission vehicles and is there a market opportunity for Canada?
 
In the 141st episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Financial Advisor and former collegiate golfer, John Daniel Gibbs.“Let it shape you and move on.” No matter what obstacles John Daniel came up against, he adopted this mentality and continued to move forward. Rather than his struggles derailing him, his faith allowed him to instead be stre ...…
 
In the 140th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview founder of Exceptional Leaders Lab and former US National Team Softball Player, Tracy Spears. “There is no plan B.” When you know what you want, you do whatever it takes to achieve it. There is no possibility of you not succeeding, because you simply will your dream to happen. And there is ...…
 
In the 139th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview AAA Pitcher with the Saint Louis Cardinals, Landon Beck.“Everything you are doing today is going to help you for your future.” When you decide that you are going after your dream, and I mean really going after it, you are deciding to say “yes” to every door that opens in your pursuit. And ...…
 
Leor, Dan, and Jason take a deeper dive into the oil price #differential and how it's affecting the Canadian oil industry. What's driving the differential and which strategies are actually viable for getting back on track? Spoiler: Cutting the carbon tax isn't one of them.
 
In the 138th episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview the Director of Marketing at OPEX Fitness, Kandace Hudspeth.“You can either jump in, or you can sit back and wait for the next opportunity.” Kandace Hudspeth is the living embodiment of her own advice. Walking through the door of every opportunity presented to her until she found the ones ...…
 
In the 137th episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview CEO of OPEX Fitness, Jim Crowell. “If we do our jobs as coaches, we should help you want to live a more inspired life.” As both a coach and an athlete, Jim Crowell imbues within all those he encounters to live a more inspired life, and to simply want better for themselves. Continuously gr ...…
 
In the 136th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview the first amputee athlete to run a marathon and founder of Achilles International, Dick Traum. “My role changed from that of child to that of an adult. From athlete to volunteer.” After a tragic accident caused Dick Traum to lose his leg, he decided that he would not be defeated and determ ...…
 
In the 135th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Founder of PosiFITly Fun Babes and former D1 gymnast, Morgan Sparacio.“I want to be remembered as the person who was always in your corner.” Dedicating her life to making others lives better through fitness, Morgan Sparacio is without a doubt that person who is and always will be in your c ...…
 
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