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David and Aron are disciples in the Prescott Potters House CFM. They were inspired to do their part in preserving all that God has done through Christian Fellowship Ministries. They are a part of the third generation and don't intend to sell the farm! Join them as they interview amazing guests. Be inspired, gather nuggets of wisdom, and hear the incredible, behind the scenes stories of pursuing all that God has for you! We will talk about things that pop out to us during church and events an ...
 
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America's favorite pastime has just gotten more fun, thanks to Savannah Bananas! If you have not heard about them or been to their show yet, you are in for a treat! In this episode, you get a sneak peek as owner, the man in the yellow tux, Jesse Cole returns to the show and lets us in on what it's like to have sold out every game since the first se…
 
Culture is the fundamental pillar in the success of any business. In this episode, Steve Farber chats with Hector Fernandez, CEO of Aristocrat Gaming, to discuss the three priorities of the company that allowed them to leapfrog beyond their competitors even during the pandemic. Love is not just a concept, it’s a practice and its positive impact on …
 
Working in a family-owned business where its culture is love and respect is rewarding. Employees feel like they are part of a family and are treated with respect and kindness. That is precisely the motivation behind the foundation of the Triton Stone Group. In this episode, Steve Farber is joined by Katie Jensen and Rachel Jones, Co-Founders at Tri…
 
How does surrendering help in striving for success? Today’s guest has the answer. Kute Blackson is a beloved inspirational speaker and transformational teacher. Steve knows him from the Transformational Leadership Council, a select group of one hundred of the world’s foremost authorities in the personal development industry. In this episode, Kute s…
 
A lot of companies fail to scale because they think the key to scaling is to be lean. The real key is to develop your company culture. Have a culture where people are excited to go to work and have conversations. Treat your people like family. This is what Phenix Technologies has been doing to great success. They prioritize company culture and pers…
 
"The only way I can describe it - It was the best of times. It was the worst of times." - Jack Miller. He felt called to serve as a missionary himself and answered the call to go to Africa. In this interview, he shares his thoughts on his time as a missionary, the challenges he faced, and the people he met. He talks about the challenges of being a …
 
If we leave out love in the learning piece, how can we expect kids to have a voluntary relationship with lifelong learning? Steve Farber sits with Glen Warren, the Literacies, Outreach, and Libraries Director at Encinitas Union School District. Glen points out how love is not just a sentiment; it’s a discipline. If we focused on love first, we woul…
 
Caring for your child’s health is a family ordeal and finding the right care and the right help isn’t always easy. Today’s guest is Caitlin Stella, MPH. She is the CEO of Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, the pediatric hospital recognized for providing outstanding patient and family-centered care. Caitlin joins Steve Farber to share how they’ve est…
 
The real estate industry often gets a bad rep being stereotyped as the industry that only cares about money. That is why when we think about "love" as a value in business, real estate is the last thing many can think of. Our guest for today is about to change that. Steve Farber is joined by the Chief Executive Officer of Crow Holdings, Michael Levy…
 
Without inspired teachers, a school can hardly take care of its students. That’s why leading with love is essential. Steve Farber sits with Antoinette Gutierrez, Ed. D, the Principal at San Bernardino High School. Dr. Antoinette explains that teachers tend to teach in areas where they had a past negative experience. That’s why it’s important to lov…
 
Will society ever be able to reach its full potential? Passionate actor turned passionate civics activist Richard Dreyfuss joins us today to share excerpts from his upcoming book, The Return to Senselessness. His book is centered on the significance of history and honoring our roots in preserving our nationalism. He seeks to revive civics education…
 
We sat down with Pastor Gutierrez and discussed life after Christ! Many have heard and been impacted by his testimony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXXcv2xuLzE, but Aron and I sat down with Pastor Gutierrez to discuss what life has been since he met Jesus. He goes into depth and opens up details about his life in the ministry, and gives insight …
 
If you're a leader of a company in the United States and you see your employees as tools. Tools that you use to earn success for yourself. Then there's a high possibility that your employees wanted you out. Truly human leadership is to not see your employees as a function to success but it's to see them as somebody's precious child. Leadership is s…
 
Nothing can beat the feeling of doing something and living in the moment. Werner Berger found this happiness by becoming a mountain climber even at his advanced age. Joining Steve Farber, he shares his incredible feats as an octogenarian mountaineer. He talks about his world record as the oldest person who completed the Seven Summits at 71 and cele…
 
Are you a soul sourced entrepreneur? If you haven’t even heard of that term until now, then you’re one of the lucky ones to learn about it here. In this episode, Steve Farber discusses entrepreneurial concepts in the most unique way with Christine Kane of Uplevel You. Christine is also a professional singer, songwriter and the author of the bestsel…
 
Leaders come out stronger after overcoming difficult challenges. Steve Farber’s guest today is Dan Javan, the CEO and President of Suntuity. Dan discusses the leadership lessons he learned during the COVID pandemic, the foremost of which was nailing down virtualization. A good leader ensures their people are all set up, and effective leaders put th…
 
Many of us think happiness and success are hard to achieve. But what if there really is a sure-fire way to happiness? Join Steve Farber as he gets into a conversation with Hale Dwoskin, International speaker, founder of Sedona Training Associates, and a life-long proponent of The Sedona Method. Hale and Steve talk about happiness, what it takes to …
 
Employee retention can make or break a company. For most managers, getting good people to stay is one of the most difficult parts in their job. Employee engagement expert Beverly Kaye believes that it is a manager’s responsibility to keep employees engaged and learn their concerns to find out why they want to leave. Steve Farber brings Beverly in t…
 
When you start a business, the first thing that should come to mind is the experience. A great experience shouldn't be for the customers only but for the employees too. It's all about building a team of people who have one purpose in mind and that is to grow your company. Join Steve Farber as he sits down with John Mamon, the CEO of mPowered IT, a …
 
Today on Don’t Sell the Farm, Pastor Jesse Morales talks about the value of the long-standing Concert Ministry. He gives helpful advice to the would-be concert ministry leader and discusses the myriad benefits of building and maintaining a healthy concert scene. Please email us your questions for our next guest, Pastor Tom Payne at dontsellthefarmp…
 
A culture of joy in the workplace can only be achieved with the right level of human connection and positive goal-setting. This is exactly what Menlo Innovations did so that they can bring happiness to every software they design. Steve Farber is joined by the company's CEO and Chief Storyteller, Richard Sheridan, to share how they implemented a joy…
 
What does consciousness have to do with leadership, or where can consciousness contribute to leadership? Is consciousness the same as mindfulness? Dr. Tony Nader, a physician, scholar, and thought leader devoted to the expansion of consciousness, says there's much more to it than simply its binary definition of on or off. Dr. Nader is the definitiv…
 
Today on Don't sell the farm, Evangelist Glen Pugliese from El Paso, Texas gives his salvation testimony, discusses what its like to be a prodigal father, and shares what God has done to bring him into deliverance ministry. In this episode, Evangelist Pugliese makes reference to his April 7th 2019 sermon called Not in the Script. That sermon can be…
 
Today on Don't Sell the Farm, David and Aron speak to Evangelist Kris Hart. Kris relives his testimony and conversion experience, discusses God's miracle provision, and speaks on the office of the evangelist. Please email us at dontsellthefarmph@gmail.com! Check out our social media pages: @ph1970podcast on Instagram and Twitter.…
 
No business can ever succeed with only money-making in mind. What every entrepreneur must aim for is to promote a workplace culture where everyone can grow and love according to a single working purpose. Steve Farber sits down with Cesar Enciso, CEO and Founder of EVOTEK, who shares how his team grew rapidly even in the time of COVID-19, thanks to …
 
Co-creation, teamwork, creative collaboration – these are words that we use a lot, both in art and in business, but the actual dynamics of it can be challenging. A lot of times, it’s because our ego gets in the way of being able to fail, fumble, and look stupid in front of others in order to hold the space for brilliant ideas to come. We see this p…
 
Tom Peters, yes, THE Tom Peters is on the show! And he has a new book to share to the world called Excellence Now: Extreme Humanism. If you’re one of those people who have yet to experience the magic of the guy, Tom is quite simply one of the most influential management thinkers of our day. A prolific writer known for his iconic book, In Search of …
 
It is truly annoying – and expensive – to have a business process that does not actually work and just wastes up all of your resources. What can make it even duller is its lack of humanity, putting the growth and connection between people at stake. Joining Steve Farber to explain the right way to integrate humanity through love when reinventing you…
 
After three months of being coached by Angelo Poli, Steve Farber brings him back on the show to talk about real body transformation. Angelo is the Founder of a fitness and nutrition company called MetPro. In a previous interview, he talked about his approach to fitness and nutrition. Today, they tackle the particulars of Steve’s fitness journey and…
 
Even though science has yet to discover how to revert old age, decelerating the process of aging is indeed a reality today. Dr. Sandra Kaufmann dedicated her free time to this field, turning her simple side study into an organized longevity regimen called the Kaufmann Protocol. She joins Steve Farber to discuss the findings of her research, which p…
 
Adjusting from one leadership to another is certainly hard for employees, but so much so for the leaders themselves. Inheriting a workplace culture calls for courage and patience, particularly if it is a horrible one. Steve Farber sits down with the top brass of Trailer Bridge, Inc., President/CEO Mitch Luciano and Vice President Indie Bollman, to …
 
The world of rock and roll is often associated with loud music, addiction, alcohol, and drugs. But for rock icon Jay Jay French, staying at the top of the game even in this field requires a clear mind, teamwork, and a strong entrepreneurial mindset. He sits down with Steve Farber to share the colorful journey of forming the band Twisted Sister, the…
 
Pursuing a life in the arts is not for those who simply think of a way to earn. It can be tough, and career breakthroughs can arrive late. So why would anyone choose to become an actor, even more, be on Broadway? Steve Farber invites two Broadway legends who can answer that! In this episode, he sits down with Sandra Joseph, the longest-running lead…
 
In the marketing world full of overlapping products and services, coming up with a unique concept is the only way to stand out. This is exactly what Roger Dean Bates did with Assault Fitness when they conceptualized Assault Bike. Being the only one of its kind, this iconic fitness equipment caught the attention of so many athletes around the world,…
 
Rotary International has been a flourishing community that stretches across several countries. And for Barry Rassin, the secret to its lasting success lies in the burning desire to serve others selflessly. He sits down with Steve Farber to share his leadership experiences as the club’s former president, the lessons he learned in pouring out their h…
 
Some leadership skills are acquired through seminars and training. But the most important leadership lessons are found through experience, even the most unfortunate ones. Retired educator Frank DeAngelis sits down with Steve Farber to discuss what it takes to be an inspiring leader by looking back on his experiences as the Principal of Columbine Hi…
 
The heart and mind are two different areas with different purposes. But together, they forge our personality, attitude, and mindset, making us unique human beings. Author Adam Markel joins Steve Farber to discuss how understanding our intellect and emotions can help us come up with proper decisions and actions in life despite the occasional battle …
 
For most people, body transformation is all about physical attributes, like losing weight and trying a certain diet. But bigger and rewarding changes cannot be attained by these strategies alone. Steve Farber sits down with Angelo Poli to talk about how true body transformation can only be achieved by making significant adjustments not only to your…
 
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