The Enterprise Tucson Podcast
By Jamain T. Miller
The Enterprise Tucson PodcastMar 19, 2019
"Black History in Tucson" with Debi Chess| PP&C Ep. 56
Power, Passion, & Coffee Podcast Short Clips: "What is Trauma?" w/ Andres & Jamain From Ep. 12 "Forgotten Past Impacting Your Future" Guest: Liliana Sanchez
"Trauma is affecting you right now. It's a pain that's within you. In order for you to heal, you have to be ok with whatever happened to you back then when you were 5 or 10 years old.". Listen to this 5 minute clip of Liliana Sanchez talking about trauma, what it is, who has it, and how it affects them.
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Power, Passion, & Coffee Podcast w/ Andres & Jamain Ep. 53 "Lead with Personal Power" Guest: Lori Diguardi
"Lead with Personal Power" Guest: Lori Diguardi
Ep. 52 "Simple Changes: Wellness from Inside Out" with guest Nicole Larson
we learned about the Wellness Wheel, beneficial morning and evening routines, speaking to yourself in third person, the Healthy Living Revolution, and making minor changes that lead to major results.
Ep. 51: "Mentoring Tucson's Kids" w/ Mary McGuire & Don McNeill
As a Christian-based organization, Mentoring Tucson's Kids is working to provide kids facing tough life challenges a positive future and a strong sense of hope through their one to one mentoring program.
Listen as we speak about
- Issues facing 30,000 in Tucson
- Motivation over 24 years
- The power of listening
- Success stories
- Intense stories
- What you can do to help mentor Tucson's Kids
Ep 50: "A Vision for Tucson" w/ Randi Dorman
Ep. 48 "Investement: Tucson's Economic Future" w/ Edmund Marquez
Worthy You Are with Vana Dee Worthy Lewis
On today's episode we talk to the founder of the movement worthy. We talk to Vana about the five sacred ways of taking care of your self-worth mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally and environmentally.
The Human Communication Studio With Kathryn Kellner
On today's episode we talk to the amazing Kathryn Kellner about the importance of communication, speaking and having the human interaction needed to be successful in business and life.
Connection Through Authenticity with Gabi Montoya
Gabi Montoya is the vocal powerhouse, guitarist and songwriter behind Tucson-based bands Taco Sauce (Tucson Weekly's Best Punk Band 2018) and Juju Fontaine (runner up for Tucson Weekly's Best Rock Band 2018). Gabi was born in Santa Fe and raised in southern New Mexico. She moved to Tucson in 2014 and fell in love with the city after spending five years in Orange County, CA teaching music while earning her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. Though classically trained in voice and piano, she immediately started getting back in touch with her rock n' roll roots once she got to Tucson, quickly writing music for the projects that would eventually become Taco Sauce and Juju Fontaine. Gabi is known for her big voice, stylistic versatility and catchy songwriting. She has played almost every well-known stage in Tucson, including Club Congress, 191 Toole, and The Rialto, as well as a handful of Phoenix and Bisbee venues as well. She has proved her mastery of various genres, having opened for a variety of musical acts such as Zoso, Together PANGEA, and Frank Turner. She recently released the highly-anticipated debut EP, Original Hot, with her Chicana surf-punk garage-pop band, Taco Sauce.
The Power of Kindness with Jeannette Mare & Helen Gomez of Ben's Bells Project
The Chief Kindness Officer and the Chief Executive Officer of Ben's Bells Project talked about...
☕ Kindness vs. Niceness
☕ Kindness as a skillset
☕ Kind impact vs. Kind Intentions
☕ The Golden Rule vs. The Platinum Rule
☕ Kindness as the "doing", not the "thinking"
The IMPACT of The Next Generation
On today's Episode we talk to Diana Charbonneau Event Coordinator for IMPACT of Southern Arizona. We talk to Diana about her experience growing up to help the youth, our community and the future of our community.
Standup, Improve, & Story Telling" Guest: Linda Ray, Founder of CATcomedy520
On today's episode we talk to linda about stand up comedy, improv, her non-profit company Cat comedy520 and girl scout cookies
Fitness, Military, Football and the mindset to be successful in life with Eddie Lopez
On today's episode we talk to Eddie Lopez about having a powerful mindset in order to be a success in every aspect of your life. We also talk about his experiences in the military and football and how that made him successful in his fitness career
Overcoming Anxiety with Work/Life Balance w/ Joel De La Rosa
Native to Tucson, AZ Joey attended the University of Arizona and graduated with a BS in Engineering Management with a minor in Systems and Industrial Engineering. He also holds an MBA from Northeastern University. Joey has had the pleasure of living in San Diego, Nashua, NH, and Austin, TX. Joey prides himself on his Engineering Creativity, Entrepreneurial Mindset and Philanthropic Heart He has a strong background in Product Development, Internal and External Consulting, Marketing, Quality Engineering, and Lean Manufacturing. His experience include working at Fortune 100 companies such as Boeing and BAE Systems, running a start-up K9 product development and marketing company, and launching and running a local non-profit aimed at boosting wellness with low-income youth. That organization is Chad champions.
"At Risk Youth: A National Crisis" Guest: Desiree Cook, Founder of "I Am You 360"
Had an amazing time with Desiree Cook & her story of struggling with loss of a loved one, drugs, going to prison, losing her kids to reinventing herself and becoming a leader that serves the community thru her amazing organization I AM YOU 360...
"Community: Connection through Understanding" with Mehreen Naqvi-Sherazee
Mehreen talks about her experiences traveling all over the world. She also talks about the importance of having connection in the community to have an understanding of one another
Kindness, Compassion, & Connection with Mrs. Green
On today's episode we talk to Mrs. Green from Mrs. Greens world about the impact climate change is making in the world, her path in soul searching and what we as a community can do for the world.
Visualize What You Can't See
On Today's episode Jamain & Andres talk about Martin Luther King Jr., how to visualize the future and what they do with visualization to accomplish their goals
"How to Fail Appropriately" with Amanda Holbert
Amanda is an Award Winning Serial Entrepreneur and Eller Alumni. Specializing in Manufacturing, Intellectual Property, Business Start Up and Government Contracting. After 14 years of successful boot strapping, she recently sold her two companies Elegant Iron, LLC and PlasmaGlide, LLC.
Manufacturer of the Year 2012
Woman Business Owner of the Year 2015
40 Under 40 2016
Woman of Influence 2017
Woman of Impact 2018
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Drawing Conclusions with David Fitzsimmons
On today's show, we have the great David Fitzsimmons, cartoonist for the Arizona Daily Star on the show. I guarantee that you will laugh your a** off!
Enjoy and have a Happy New Year!!!🍾
Toastmasters & Leadership with Enid Moore-Crenshaw
On today's episode we talk to Enid, Toastmasters International District Director, about her experiences in toastmasters as a leader. We also talk about the qualities of being a great leader in business, community & relationships.