Episode 68 Former Texas Ag Commissioner, State Senator, and State Representative Todd Staples

Todd Staples was named President of the Texas Oil and Gas Association in November of 2014. As President of the state’s oldest and largest trade association, Staples has focused on expanding TXOGA’s presence as the “go-to” source for reliable and credible oil and gas information. In order to continue a positive jobs and growth environment … Continue reading Episode 68 Former Texas Ag Commissioner, State Senator, and State Representative Todd Staples

Episode 67 Billy “The Fowl Hunter” Campbell

Billy Campbell has turned his passion for public wetland water fowl hunting into a career. He and Dennis "Dr. Duck" Loosier are quickly becoming household names in the fowl hunting world. Billy spent 20 plus years in marketing. However, after taking up duck hunting, he soon found a way to combine his passion for the … Continue reading Episode 67 Billy “The Fowl Hunter” Campbell

Episode 66 Dan Hooper

Dan Hooper founded ScholarShot in 2009. Dan has been a successful business growth executive in Dallas since 1979.  He left a successful business consulting firm, ISI, he helped manage and grow since 2003 to serve as Executive Director of ScholarShot.  ISI has experienced record growth the last 6 years.  It’s Dan’s vision and passion which … Continue reading Episode 66 Dan Hooper

Episode 65 Dr. Bill Cunningham

. William H. Cunningham holds the James L. Bayless Chair for Free Enterprise in the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. He teaches corporate governance at the McCombs School of Business and the Law School at The University of Texas at Austin. Cunningham served as chancellor and chief executive officer … Continue reading Episode 65 Dr. Bill Cunningham

Episode 63 John Olajide, Founder and CEO Axxess

Since Olajide founded Axxess as a consulting firm in 2007, Axxess has grown rapidly, and today more than 7,000 organizations serving more than 2 million patients have used Axxess software and services to make care in the home easy and make lives better.  John Olajide is founder and CEO of Axxess, the leading home healthcare … Continue reading Episode 63 John Olajide, Founder and CEO Axxess

Episode 62 Forensic Accountant and Entrepreneur Steve Dawson

For over 30 years, Dawson has performed forensic investigations and related forensic services for various businesses and agencies, representing industries ranging from federal and state governmental agencies, to financial institutions, to non-profit organizations, and to a multitude of "mom and pop" type industry organizations.  He is a nationally recognized speaker in fraud detection, prevention, and internal control design methodologies.  He is a … Continue reading Episode 62 Forensic Accountant and Entrepreneur Steve Dawson

Episode 61 “From ZZ Top to Don Henley the Man Who Recorded Them Way Back When” Robin Hood Brians

Robin Hood Brians was involved in music from the tender age of five. His first performances were in Corsicana, Texas on the Lion’s Club Variety Show. His voice instructor was Aline Trimble, his Godmother, who later moved to Dallas and became Aline Byrd. She was very active in the music circles in Dallas including Symphony … Continue reading Episode 61 “From ZZ Top to Don Henley the Man Who Recorded Them Way Back When” Robin Hood Brians

Episode 60 Podcaster, Ad Executive and Former Pro Basketball Player Rob Howe

Rob Howe is a Type-1 Diabetic living in Dallas Texas. Diagnosed on January 1st, 2005 at the age of 16, Rob was the recipient of excellent care from the incredible endocrine staff of Children's Medical Center of Dallas. They assured him that as long as he took care of his health, he could achieve all … Continue reading Episode 60 Podcaster, Ad Executive and Former Pro Basketball Player Rob Howe