The Phoenix Project Podcast
By Bill Reinking
Join us as guests share their story, challenges, successes and what they’ve learned through these experiences and how it can apply to you!
The Phoenix Project PodcastMar 07, 2020
Episode #015. Tim Hall, Vice President of Digital Operations at Urban One.
Episode #014. Rachael Hansen, Owner of Reach4It Crossfit.
Episode #013. James Prysock, Director of Social Justice & Activism at Otterbein University.
James Prysock talks about his journey in professional work as well as his passion to create.
Episode #012. Marketing Professional, Erika Lee.
Episode #011. Dr. Michelle Ludwig of Central York School District.
Episode #010. Alex White with Peak Human Performance.
Episode #009. Jon Rayeski of Otter Products.
Jon talks about persevering through struggle and how a passion for animation led him to a career in industrial design.
Episode #008. Selby Hansen with Ariat International
Thank you for all of your support!
My goal for 2020 was to release one episode per month, and we're well on our way. I wanted to thank everyone for listening and for your support thus far, I'm so grateful!
Episode #007. President of Homewood Corporation, Jim Lipnos.
Episode #006. Author, illustrator and public speaker, Jason Tharp.
Accomplished author, illustrator and public speaker Jason Tharp tells the story of recapturing his dream.
Episode #005. Kenny Sipes, Founder/Executive Director of Redeeming Injustice, The Roosevelt Coffeehouse and Roosevelt Roasters
An interview with Kenny Sipes of Roosevelt Coffeehouse in Columbus, OH. Kenny tells his story of how a passion for coffee lead to a community of social change.
Episode #004. Duck Donut COO, Betsy Hamm, talks about her story and how stepping out of your comfort zone leads to growth.
Episode #003. Grit, gratitude and perseverance with author and Luxnow CEO, Matt Sweetwood.
An interview with author and entrepreneur Matt Sweetwood. We discuss reinventing in business, his memoir Leader of the Pack, and his most recent endeavor as CEO of Luxnow.