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Mountain Money - February 8, 2021

Feb 8, 2021

This morning, Jill Shroyer ( 01:13) , founder of Expedition HR Consulting, joined Mountain Money to talk about her new book - Conquer Sticky Situations! The book empowers the reader to conquer the "stickiest" situations they may encounter at work or in their personal lives.  Shroyer offers a freebie to listeners.

Some things seem to be a part of every Superbowl broadcast. Budweiser Clydesdales, Coca Cola Polar Bears, clever Hyundai ads and- of course Tom Brady. But while Brady showed up once again, the starting lineup for the ads was quite different this year.  Tiffany Hsu (25:41), a media reporter for the business desk at the New York Times, joined Mountain Money for her second annual post Superbowl visit. Her focus on advertising and marketing made her the perfect guest to talk with us this morning.

We ended the hour talking with Michael Santoli ( 37:27)  about the frenzy over GameStop's share price that small-time investors drove.

Mountain Money - January 11, 2021

Jan 11, 2021

This morning, Skip Miller, author of Outbounding: Win New Customers with Outbound Sales and End Your Dependence on Inbound Leads, joined Mountain Money to talk about them with the knowledge, training, and road-tested sales tactics that raise the success rate (and even the enjoyment level) of outbound sales.

Mountain Money - September 21, 2020

Sep 21, 2020

This morning on Mountain Money we discussed the (1:31) Five Reasons Why Community Colleges Are Key to Our COVID-19 Recovery with Michael Collins and Anne Kress, about a brief recently produced by JFF that outlines what the nation’s public community and technical colleges have to offer for students, workers, and the economy.

(22:26) Mountain Money spoke with founder and CEO, Christian Schauf of Uncharted Supply Co., a local Park City business, to talk about their survival gear designed for the average person. 

Dr. Bryan Taylor, President and Cheif Economist for Global Financial Data, speaks with Mountain Money about the impacts the Spanish Flu had on the stock market in 1918 and how we can look at that data to understand the current market and impacts from COVID-19.