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Chris Heinz

Chris Heinz

January 17, 2021

Chris Heinz is the President of the MRINetwork Charitable Foundation that supports Shriners Hospital for Children and also a board member for the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation. He is an endurance athlete and ran for 24 hours to raise money for Shriners Hospital for Children, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, and Dementia Care. He became the Managing Partner of Westport One in 2015.   

[00:01 – 13:18]  Running to Help

  • I welcome Chris Heinz, to the show
  • Chris talks about how he prepared his endurance before running
  • How his wife supported him
  • He also talks about why he started running
  • Running for a cause
  • Why Shriners Hospital for Children 
  • He also talks about Dementia Care
  • Pivoting and adjusting to the impact of COVID-19

[13:19 – 16:50 ] Finding a shoe that Fits

  • Chris talks about running for 24 hours
  • What running shoe Chris would recommend 

[16:51 – 21:58] Learning More About Chris Heinz

  • The first animal Chris would like to see in a zoo
  • Chris talks about the kindness he witnesses, receives and gives
  • Bringing out the goodness 
  • How to find and learn more about Chris
  • See links below 
  • Final Words

 

Tweetable Quotes:

“One step at a time. Just like everything in life, it all starts with one step at a time.” - Chris Heinz

“Every shoe brand has a different style, every different style will work for every different foot.” - Chris Heinz

“We can do even more by doing than we actually can just by giving” - Chris Heinz

Resources Mentioned:

 

Connect with Chris on LinkedIn and visit their website at ww.westportone.com 

 

To know more, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, visit my website https://100thmm.com/ to learn more about getting your free social media marketing consultation! 

I want to know more about you! Email me at mich@100thmm.com 

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Kate McKearn

Kate McKearn

January 10, 2021

Today my guest is Kate McKearn. She is the executive director of Eye Thrive, which removes barriers of access and expense of eye care that stands between too many poor children and a bright future.

Things you will learn in this episode: 

[00:01 – 11:30] Making a difference with Eye Thrive

  • I welcome Kate McKearn, to the show
  • Kate talks about their mobile vision clinic
  • How she found her way to Eye Thrive
  • Pivoting and adjusting to the impact of COVID-19
  • Expanding their replacement glasses program to every child in their community
  • What a pair of glasses can do to help a child

[11:31 – 15:42] The Future of Eye Thrive

  • Kate talks about the next steps for Eye Thrive
  • Providing opportunities for underprivileged children
  • How to reach out to Eye Thrive and Kate
    • See links below

[15:43 – 21:30] Learning More About Kate McKearn

  • Kate’s favorite color
  • If you could meet any fictional superhero, who would it be?
    • Mrs. Incredible
  • Kate talks about the kindness she witnesses, receives and gives
  • Bringing out the goodness in our kids
  • Final Words

 

Tweetable Quotes:

"I’ve seen first hand the situations our kids live in. There’s a lot of circumstances that are out of their control and they have a lot of things on their plate already. So if they lose those glasses, let’s just get them a new pair.” - Kate McKearn

“It’s a simple thing, a simple tool that really does make a big difference. If we can get more of those tools in the hands of the kids that need them, they have an opportunity to thrive.” - Kate McKearn

“There’s so much goodness in our kids and when we look ahead to the future, it’s just about building experiences that continue to bring that out of them and showing them opportunities to use that.” - Kate McKearn

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

Connect with Kate on LinkedIn and visit http://eyethrive.org/ to learn more.

 

To know more, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, visit my website https://100thmm.com/ to learn more about getting your free social media marketing consultation! 

I want to know more about you! Email me at mich@100thmm.com 

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Patrick Murphy

Patrick Murphy

December 13, 2020

Patrick Murphy has spent the past 30 years producing television programs for PBS, both locally and nationally. A five-time Emmy award winner, he has created documentaries, weekly series, and musical variety shows. For the past 22 years, he has hosted the St. Louis Speakers series from Powell Hall, interviewing more than 150 of the world’s most renowned artists, writers, adventurers, and political leaders.

Things you will learn in this episode: 

[00:01 – 14:44] A look back on Switzer’s History

  • I welcome back, Patrick Murphy, to the show
  • Patrick talks about his family’s history with Switzer’s Licorice
  • The journey of Switzer’s throughout the years
    • History of Switzer’s in St.Louis

[14:45 – 26:43]Candy Men

  • Patrick’s inspiration to write Candy Men
    • Connecting with people
    • Sharing the immigrant’s story
    • Stories from people with memories of Switzer’s Licorice
  • Resources and references to complete his book
  • Patrick’s other favorite candies

[26:44 – 36:53] More about Patrick and Switzer’s history

  • Patrick’s other skills and hobbies
  • The History of the Irish in St. Louis
  • Switzer’s during the great depression
  • Discrimination of immigrants in the US

[36:54 – 38:11] Closing Segment

  • Connect with Patrick
    • See links below
  • Final Words

 

Tweetable Quotes:

"Buying a candy is one of the first consumer decisions we ever made as kids.” - Patrick Murphy

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

Grab a copy of  Patrick’s book at https://www.candymenthebook.com/ 

To know more, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, visit my website https://100thmm.com/ to learn more about getting your free social media marketing consultation! 

I want to know more about you! Email me at mich@100thmm.com 

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Walter Johnson

Walter Johnson

December 6, 2020

Walter Johnson is a History professor at Winthrop University and an African-American Studies professor at Harvard. He is the author of The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States.

 

Things you will learn in this episode: 

[00:01 – 10:07] Opening Segment

  • I welcome and introduce my guest, Walter Johnson
  • Catching up with Walter
  • The challenges of doing online conferences
  • Walter’s history in St. Louis
  • His inspiration for writing his book

[10:08 – 16:32] St. Louis’ History

  • The history of Urban planning and St. Louis
  • Harland Bartholomew’s impact on St. Louis
  • Going off-the-grid

[16:33 – 24:10] Racial Segregation

  • Walter talks about the Political economy of Ferguson
  • History of Ferguson
    • Racial Segregation
    • Communism

[24:11 – 35:55] Fragments of a better future

  • Changes that are happening for St. Louis
  • White supremacy’s ideology
  • Researching and reflecting on his own experiences as inspiration for his book
  • His career as a Professor of African-American studies
  • The people who have inspired him to speak out against injustice

[35:56 – 40:32] Closing Segment

  • Educating students about History through the lens of the unprivileged
  • Connect with Walter
    • See links below
  • Final Words

 

Tweetable Quotes:

"Everyone’s understanding of the world is structured by their material experience.” - Walter Johnson

“If you aren’t wrestling with the history of white supremacy and racial capitalism in the United States. You are evading history.” - Walter Johnson

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

You can connect with Walter on Twitter . Be sure to grab a copy of his book on Amazon or click here

To know more, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, visit my website https://100thmm.com/ to learn more about getting your free social media marketing consultation! 

I want to know more about you! Email me at mich@100thmm.com 

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Maura Senneff

Maura Senneff

November 29, 2020

Every now and then, Life throws curve balls and challenges our way. Depending on how we react and what our mentality is towards these challenges, can either make or break us as a person. Today our guest is Maura Senneff. Maura is the mother of Ryan Senneff. Ryan, born with a surprise diagnosis of Down Syndrome, has been raised with a “No limits” mentality.

Things you will learn in this episode: 

[00:01 – 06:20] Opening Segment

  • I welcome and introduce my guest, Maura Senneff
  • Maura talks about the “No Limits” mentality with her family
  • Dealing with the shock and overwhelming sadness

[06:21 – 27:05] No Limits. No Boundaries.

  • Going beyond the typical methods of western medicine
    • Alternative methods of medicine
  • The steps they took to help Ryan
    • Behavioural therapy
    • Traditional Chinese medicine
  • Mentality on disease management
  • Maura talks about the improvement of Ryan’s overall health

[27:06 – 37:56] Closing Segment

  • Maura talks about the improvement of the quality of life of her family
  • Spreading the word and helping others with similar problems
  • Finding institutions that accepts Ryan
  • Connect with Maura
    • See links below
  • Final Words

 

Tweetable Quotes:

"The more we do today, the easier tomorrow will be.” - Maura Senneff

“We have to turn around the mentality on disease management. From reactive sick “care”, to proactive and preventative.” - Maura Senneff

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

You can connect with Maura on Instagram. Check out the following podcasts here, to learn more about Maura and her family’s story.

To know more, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, visit my website https://100thmm.com/ to learn more about getting your free social media marketing consultation! 

I want to know more about you! Email me at mich@100thmm.com 

 

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Susan Balk

Susan Balk

November 22, 2020

Our guest for today, Susan Balk, is the Founding Director of Hate Breakers. An organization that celebrates those who end the hate-breeds-hate cycle in St. Louis. Susan is recently named as a woman of achievement. Susan also serves on the Board of Delancey Street Foundation, the country’s leading residential self-help organization for substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless, and others who have hit the bottom of their lives.

Things you will learn in this episode:

[00:01 – 10:32] Opening Segment

  • I welcome and introduce my guest, Susan Balk
  • Susan talks about her background
  • Her first published work
  • Susan shares her idea about Fame
  • The dynamic between celebrities and their supporters

[10:33 – 26:50] Hate Breakers

  • A talk about Truth
  • Her Published work together with her husband
  • The beginning of Hate Breakers
    • Overcoming Hate
    • Her inspirations

[26:51 – 0:0] The Transition

  • Susan recalls her time as a non-fiction editor
    • Bringing her sensibility to magazines like the Playboy foundation board
  • Her business and time as a liaison for publishers and magazines
  • The transition from print to the Internet

[33:36 – 38:44] Closing Segment

  • Relating and admiring Famous and interesting people
    • Sacha Baron Cohen
    • Jordan Peele
  • Final Words 

 

Tweetable Quotes:

"We buy into this myth given to us by the movies. That somehow if we’re famous, we’re immortal. Somehow if we’re known by enough people, we’re not going to die.” - Susan Balk

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

You can connect with Susan through the Hate Brakers Facebook and Website.

To know more, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, visit my website https://100thmm.com/ to learn more about getting your free social media marketing consultation! 

I want to know more about you! Email me at mich@100thmm.com 

 

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Richard Rosenfeld

Richard Rosenfeld

November 8, 2020

It can be quite daunting facing the rise in crime in our communities, but we are not powerless. Today my guest Richard Rosenfeld will give us insights into what we can do. Richard is a criminologist and criminology professor at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Rosenfeld's research focuses on crime statistics and policies aimed at reducing crime, also known as crime control.

His research interests include the social sources of violent crime, crime statistics, and crime control policy with a focus on explaining U.S. crime trends. Let’s jump in and learn from Richard some insights into what is happening and how to keep ourselves and loved ones safe. 

 

Things you will learn in this episode:

[00:01 – 07:29] Opening Segment

  • I welcome and introduce my guest, Richard Rosenfeld
    • Career and study focus 
  • Richard gives some background on what’s happening in St. Louis 
    • Reflection of the whole country 
    • Increase in violent crime 
    • The last week of May 
    • Violent crime isn’t from the protests itself 
    • Disadvantaged communities of color
  • Waiting on emergency calls 
    • So much activity keeping lines busy 
    • These issues are on the increase 

[07:30 – 16:02] Creating Constructive Pressure with the PD 

  •  Richard’s insights on apps siting suspicious persons
    • Mapping capabilities 
    • How to look at addresses and statistics 
  • Richard talks about how to improve safety 
    • Staying in communication with the police department 
    • Creating Constructive Pressure
    • Be careful at night and don’t stagger 
    • Know your private community safety operators i.e. Neighborhood Watch
    • Let the PD get to know you 

[16:03 – 25:55] Identifying the Incentives to Commit Crime 

  • Richard breaks down the ‘Fergusson Effect’ 
    • After the death of  Michael Brown 
    • Crime rates spiked after these incidents 
    • Coined by Chief Sam Dawson 
    • A change in community dynamics 
    • The conception that police are withdrawing  
  • Richard’s idea of the Minneapolis Effect 
    • Suggesting that police are drawing back 
    • We’re done with this 
  • Anecdotal evidence 
    • It seems like police are drawing back 
    • Is it willful? We don’t know the scale 
    • PD’s have been hit by the pandemic 
  • Richard talks about his recent research 
    • The Council on Criminal Justice 
    • Crime changes in big cities 
    • A sustained drop in property crime 

[25:56 – 36:08] Can Violence be Cured

  • Richard’s thoughts on lowering violent crime
    • Strategies currently in place 
    • Training people in the community to monitor and intervene
    • Community-based solution 
    • Monitoring its success 
  • Focused deterrence 
    • Involving legal entities 
    • The Stick Message 
    • The Carrot Message 
    • Consistent support in this research 
    • Good results so far 
  • Inside the two-pronged message 
    • What the process looks like 
    • Current progress 

[36:09 – 41:11] Closing Segment

  • Richard summarizes the cure violence approaches 
  • Richard’s call to action
    • Contact your officials and ask for the latest cure violence
  • Any fictional criminologists you like? 
    • Sherlock Holmes for sure 
  • Favorite Saturday morning cartoon as a kid?
    • Looney tunes then Rocky and Bullwinkle 
    • Serials like Three Stooges and Lone Ranger 
  • How did you get interested in crime? 
    • Experience from Richard’s mother 
    • College program teaching experience 
  • Final Words 

 

Tweetable Quotes:

"The police respond to pressure, and in this case, we’re talking about very constructive pressure. The more they hear from citizens about particular problems in particular areas, the more likely they are to respond.” - Richard Rosenfeld

“These are tips not just for St. Louis… anybody who lives in a big city should know these tips by heart, they should be part of your Urban Central Nervous System.” - Richard Rosenfeld

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

You can connect with Richard by emailing richard_rosenfeld@umsl.edu

To know more, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, visit my website https://100thmm.com/ to learn more about getting your free social media marketing consultation! 

I want to know more about you! Email me at mich@100thmm.com 

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Jillian Hind

Jillian Hind

November 1, 2020

The climate for the job market has definitely gotten rough, but there are people out there helping to pick up the people who were put out. One of them is my guest today, Jillian Hind. Jillian is an amazing recruiter/talent seeker for Square, a company that creates products that push boundaries and innovates business. She is also the Director of Corporate Relations at TecxStLouis and is an integral part of the team. You could say Jill is passionate about finding the gold in people and connecting them to the right space. I can’t wait for you to get to know more about my friend, what we do, and learn the best ways to pursue a career. 

Things you will learn in this episode:

[00:01 – 07:08] Opening Segment

  • I welcome and introduce my guest, Jill Hind
    • Talent seeker for Square
    • A bit of background on how we know each other
  • Jill talks about what Square is and what they look for
    • Competing with other well-known social media companies 
    • Similar in culture to places like Instagram and LinkedIn
    • Looking to expand in St. Louis
    • Looking to recruit people with restaurant and retail experience 
    • People who speak the language of the people we serve
    • Looking to pick up the people who were let go 
  • Jill talks about her experience in TEDx
    • Can I do this? 

[07:09 – 14:55] Making Partnership Real and Influential 

  •  Jill talks about how expanding should look
    • Making a real partnership 
    • Finding people who share the passion 
    • Showcasing the amazing talent in St. Louis 
  • The kind of people Tedx needs to volunteer
    • Administrative assistants
    • Utilizing your skills or learning a skill 
    • Stretching your skills in recruitment 
    • Ambassador program 
  • The benefits of partnering with TEDx
    • Highlighted experience on LinkedIn
    • Discount codes 
    • Opening the doors for other opportunities 
  • Building a community of thought leaders

[14:56 – 25:47] People Hire Your Potential; Tips to Get Through

  • Jill shares a bit about her life
    • Single working mother 
    • Empowering other working mothers 
    • Active physically and in the community 
    • Volunteer for Connections to Success
  • Jill’s tips for resumes 
    • LinkedIn is a good snapshot 
    • Stop writing your job description 
    • List of wins 
    • Show off your leadership skills 
  • Our thoughts on Micromanaging 
    • There can be more creativity without micromanaging
    • Get out of your comfort zone
  • Jill talks about her bias as an interviewer 
    • Funny will get you farther

[25:48 – 36:53] Closing Segment

  • Have you ever met celebrities at the theatre?
    • Jill talks about walking Jay Leno and Aretha Franklin
    • Michelle Obama and Oprah
  • Weirdest thing ever you’ve seen on a resume?
    • Jill’s funny story about an engineering resume 
  • Funniest thing your kids have ever said? 
    •  Jill’s story about her daughter 
  • How you can reach out to Square 
    • Links below 
  • Final Words 

 

Tweetable Quotes:

"We really want to make sure that partner means partnership… how can we give them a degree of influence?” - Jillian Hind

“Our mission is to build an inclusive and equitable community of thought leaders.” - Mich Hancock

“People are trying to hire you for potential, they’re not trying to knock you out. They need talent...” - Jillian Hind

 

Resources Mentioned:

 

You can connect with Jillian on LinkedIn and Twitter. Go to https://squareup.com/us/en to learn more about her space and how you can become part of the team. 

To know more, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, visit my website https://100thmm.com/ to learn more about getting your free social media marketing consultation! 

I want to know more about you! Email me at mich@100thmm.com 

 

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Dan Flynn

Dan Flynn

October 25, 2020

We all know that death is an unfortunate part of life, but today’s guest, Dan Flynn, helps people make it a more beautiful process. Dan is a Funeral Director and Federal Responder in the St. Louis area, who is passionate about sharing new funeral dynamics that get people thinking outside the box and let them know they have options. These days, as you can imagine, Dan has been very busy with the recent Covid19 pandemic, but even during this time, he treats the funeral process a little differently than most. 

 

Things you will learn in this episode:

[00:01 – 04:17] Opening Segment

  • I welcome and introduce my guest, Dan Flynn

    • Funeral Director in St. Louis 
  • Dan talks a bit about his actions during covid
    • Part of mass death federal response team
    • Losing 1,200 people a day on top of the normal death rate
    • Losing people on top of the normal rate
  • Dan’s story with a small family firm
    • From 2 people a week to 30 a day

[04:18 – 11:36] The Effects of Covid on the Funeral Process 

  •  Dan walks us through the usual process and the strain on funeral homes

    • Federal Response includes refrigerated trailers 
    • Most funeral homes were overwhelmed without the resources to handle it
  • The delay for people mourning their dead
    • There are people still waiting 
    • Funeral homes unable to take in more people 
  • The cultural dynamics of certain funerals 
    • Media skewing the beauty of the process as mass graves 

[11:37 – 29:41] The Alternative Options; Breaking Tradition

  • How certain cultures approach cremation 
  • Dan talks about the other options of funeral arrangements 
    • The final disposition 
    • Human composting 
    • Green Burial 
      • Wrapped in a shroud and laid in the ground 
      • Going back to nature
    • Sea Burials
    • Open Pyre 
    • Water Cremation 
      • Dissolved by base 
    • Shooting ashes into space 
  • Other lesser-known alternatives 
    • Diamond out of ashes 
    • Turned into river rocks 

[29:43 – 36:04] Interesting Questions

  • Dan’s favorite/funny funeral movie insights 

    • How it looks in real life 
  • Dan talks about what survives heat
    • You need to know if someone has a device in them 
    • Straps on jeans 
    • Prosthetics 
  • Dan talks about his daughter
    • Shannon Valory - for Valor 

[36:05 – 43:03] Closing Segment

  • Dan talks about his beliefs around funerals

    • Inviting the family into the process 
  • Dan shares the story that changed the way he does the process
    • Getting closure through the process 
    • The breaking point 
  • Final Words 

 

Tweetable Quotes:

"People need to know that they have choices, and they have rights… It’s one thing to accept guidance from a funeral director, but you’re still the boss.” - Dan Flynn

If you are interested in anything Dan talked about today, visit https://simplyremembered.com/ to learn more.

To know more, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, visit my website https://100thmm.com/ to learn more about getting your free social media marketing consultation! 

I want to know more about you! Email me at mich@100thmm.com 

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Jean Storlie

Jean Storlie

October 18, 2020

Welcome to the MichMash Podcast, I’m your host, Mich Hancock. Every business has a story, so how do you communicate it? In today’s episode, I will be speaking with Jean Storlie. Jean is the President of Storlietelling LLC, a service that designs and facilitates processes to help business teams tackle strategic planning, innovation, and other challenges by working together to crack the code of their problem and help professional audiences to create meaningful stories for business communications. Jean is also an author of several books and a facilitator of innovation. 

Let’s jump right into Jean’s story and learn just how it is that Jean is able to solve a business’s biggest challenges through the art of storytelling. 

Things you will learn in this episode:

[00:01 – 05:34] Opening Segment

  • I welcome and introduce my guest, Jean Storlie
    • President of Storlietelling 
  • Solving business problems by “storlietelling”
    • Crafting stories for businesses 
    • First -finding and evaluating problems first then work with the team
    • Collaborate and look for themes and stories within data
    • Find the what and the why 
    • Second - testing, developing, and prototyping 
    • Last - Implementing the solution

[05:35 – 12:42] Using Stories to Solve Problems

  • Jean talks about how and why she started Storlietelling
    • Registered dietitian masters in exercise science 
    • Transitioned into communication 
    • Hired by General Mills to identify areas of innovation 
    • Opportunity disguised as loss
    • Realized a passion for helping people solve problems 
  • Jean’s education process
    • Certified in Myer Briggs 
    • CPSI 
  • Learning lessons from the past 
  • The movement towards business storytelling 

[12:43 – 24:49] The Story Behind Storlie 

  • I talk about all the elements that go behind creating a simple commercial and how storytelling applies
  • How you can reach out to Jean
    • Links below
  • The story behind Storlie
    • Norwegian origins 
  • Stories about the magic of Norway 
  • Jean’s favorite plant - what and why
    • Asiatic Lillies 

[24:50 – 31:56] Closing Segment

  • Jean gives us a story gem
    • Wild story ideas 
    • Potential for stories 
    • Mining your life for ideas from experience 
  • Finding the stories that fit 
    • Strategic intent 
  • Jean talks about her book
    • See resources below
  • Final Words 

 

 Resources Mentioned: 

Tweetable Quotes:

"Whatever the team is trying to crack the code on, I can come and help them combine analytical rigor, along with stories to spark wild imagination and shed new light and insight on tackling those challenges.” - Jean Storlie

“Facts and data tell us the ‘what,’ Stories tell us the ‘so what.’” - Jean Storlie

 

You can connect with Jean on LinkedIn and Twitter. Visit her website https://storlietelling.com/ to learn more.  

To know more, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, visit my website https://100thmm.com/ to learn more about getting your free social media marketing consultation! 

I want to know more about you! Email me at mich@100thmm.com 

This show is brought to you by https://storlietelling.com/; working with you to make innovative and creative solutions for your business using the unique stories you have to offer. 

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