Uncorking a Story - The Podcast

Curiosity conversations with people making a difference in the world today. Listen here or download directly from iTunes.

New York Times Bestselling Author Lou Aronica

Lou Aronica didn’t intend to be a writer; born on Elvis Presley’s birthday, Lou felt it was his destiny to be a rock star, but that all changed after a teacher encouraged him to develop an evident talent for writing. After graduating college with a degree in English,...

Bruce Miller – Founder of Smart Alex

Today is a big day for Uncorking a story because I get to share with you my conversation with Bruce Miller, the creator of Smart Alex – a new, better for you, snack food. I love talking to entrepreneurs because I’m always left feeling inspired by their stories; the...

The Karen Rands Interview

As many of you know, I write novels and a few weeks ago I did an email promotion with an author services company to get the word out about my first mystery Uncorking a Murder. While that promotion was running, I received an email from a fellow author who was also...

Episode 18 – John Boettner of Teen Press

John Boettner is a social studies teacher at Santa Barbara Middle School, but he’s not like one I ever had. It’s a special kind of person who can take middle school kids on a cross country bicycle trip across the United States and an even more special person who can...

Episode 15 – Allison Yacht of Bravehoods

Shortly before her daughter was to begin kindergarten, Allison heard the words that no parent wants to hear – your daughter has cancer.  As treatments progressed, and hair was lost, her daughter Meredith was eager to find some item of clothing that would help her...

Episode 14 – Jeryl Abramson

In the course of my job, I have had the opportunity to meet some wonderful people who have shared their stories with me (and my clients) over the past 20 years. Of course it is fair to say that some of these stories stand out more than others. About seven years ago, I...

Episode 12 – Andy Greenfield

How important is curiosity in business? Andy Greenfield has a point of view. In 1996 I was a 22-year-old kid working in the new field of digital marketing while Andy was pioneering new ways of conducting business online.  By that point in time, he was already a...

Episode 11 – Richard Owen

Richard Owen is the CEO of Crowdlab and has followed his passion to pioneer the use of mobile technology in the consumer insights business. Richard’s path to success will inspire anyone looking to follow their passion in the face of significant obstacles....

Episode 10 – Jim Bryson

Jim Bryson is the founder and CEO of 2020 Research; a Nashville based qualitative research firm with facilities in Nashville, Charlotte, and Miami. In addition to traditional facilities, 2020 is a leading provider of online qualitative solutions including both...