Starting a Biotechnology Company (Interview w/ John Howell)

John Howell shares lessons from building his algae-producing biotechnology company. John is President of Tekmanna, a green biotechnology firm focused on growing the purest algae possible for nutritional purposes here in the USA. Previously, he was Founder and President of Light Process Company, a $12 million manufacturing firm named to Houston Business Journal 100 Fastest …

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How to Succeed in the Red Zone of Entrepreneurship (Interview w/ Spencer Tillman)

On this episode, Spencer Tillman explains what it takes to overcome the pressures of entrepreneurship. Spencer is a sports broadcaster, former NFL player, journalist, business owner, churchgoer, devoted husband, and father of four daughters. An all-American running back for the University of Oklahoma, he started and ended his pro career with the Houston Oilers and …

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Why Reconnecting with a Community Starts with Revitalizing Your Reputation

By Mark MacDonald, author of Be Known for Something Like talking in the wind. We have great ideas, products or services that we’ve formulated, improved, and packaged. We think it’s as easy as communicating everything about our product and our audience will readily adopt what we’re offering. But, like talking into a wind storm, the …

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Developing the Next Generation of Principled Entrepreneurs (Interview w/ Michael Player)

Why are entrepreneurship and free enterprise so critical for a flourishing society?  Michael Player is the founding director of the McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise at Houston Baptist University. He is a Certified Entrepreneur Program Director from the esteemed Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation; FastTrac® NewVenture™ and FastTrack® GrowthVenture™ Programs. He fully designed, orchestrated and …

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