Now she’s sharing what she’s learned and taking her friends along for the ride. On The Lawyer Who Rocks, Joleen chats up fellow entrepreneurs about what they do, how they do it, and what they’ve learned along the way. From founders of startups making waves in tech and media, to authors, musicians and VC’s – The Lawyer Who Rocks is amplifying their badassery with the world at large.
After guiding ReachNow through its joint venture with Daimler, Steve Banfield handed over the reins and bought a one-way ticket to Europe for a pilgrimage on the historic trail through Spain called the Camino de Santiago. With a voice as smooth as the Kentucky Bourbon he brought with him, Steve sits down with Joleen to talk about his departure from ReachNow, share insights from his 850 Km journey across Spain, and why it was important to unplug.
Want to see/hear more from Steve? You can visit his blog.
His love of food and his get up, show up, and get it done work ethic has carried Tom Douglas through more than 30 years in the restaurant business here in Seattle. He was so very kind to sit down with Joleen at his cooking school, Hot Stove Society to share his insights on the restaurant business in Seattle and his circle of life business model.
If you would like to hear more from Tom, you can find him weekly on his KIRO radio show, “Seattle Kitchen” with fellow chef Thierry Rautureau. Which of course, is also available as a podcast here.
Data. Data. Data. In the tech world, all we hear about is the importance of data. Marty Roberts, CEO of Wicket Labs shares how his nerdtastic idea to bridge the gap from insights to action led to the creation of ground-breaking data analytic products. As a seasoned and respected tech veteran, Marty has great insights on creating a corporate culture. If that weren’t enough, you will learn Marty’s Law of Corporate Common Sense.
When the two most famous female rock icons in the world showed up on Sue Ennis’ doorstep at Berkeley, her life changed forever. Sue’s friendship with Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart began at Sammamish High School and their songwriting partnership has led to over 30 million records sold. Sue talks to Joleen about the business of songwriting, the changing music industry and why relationships are the lifeblood of a long career.
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