This week, the show is pleased to welcome Carole Schaeffer of Friede & Associates, who discusses the circuitous route that led her to the construction industry and the integral role that relationships play in the building process.
Ascend Outcome Improvement Systems' Amy Harrill sits down with Alyssa & Dawn to discuss how she helps owners "refurbish and multiply" their businesses, and how the mantra of "less is more" is applicable to building a client roster.
The Edgewater's Amy Supple is this week's guest on the pod, stopping by the show to talk about the path that led to her spearheading the $100-million-dollar redevelopment of one of Madison's most historic and best-loved hotels.
Christy Metcalf, one half of the motivational force behind 2 Smart Girls, is this week's guest on the pod, sharing the story of how she broke out of the corporate mold to reshape her professional journey, and so much more.
When mapping out an investment portfolio, any good advisor will advocate that you diversify your holdings. It simply makes sense – having a variety of asset types helps to insulate you from risk, in the event of a downturn in any specific area. However, the same logic doesn't apply when it comes to banking. In that case, having all of your eggs in the same basket is a strategic advantage, not a liability.
The show's first guest of the New Year is Mary Gaffney-Ward, general manager at The Madison Club, who talks about the path that led her to her role, the Club's rejuvenation during her tenure, how her marketing background informs her professional decision-making, the importance of prioritizing inclusivity, and more.