Monday Morning Radio
On-the-Spot Coverage of The Wizard Academy's Measurement and the Mind, Taught by Mark & Gene Huffman

Wizard Academy grads Homer Hudson Hillis, Jr., Tanya White and Erik Eustice, each of whom attended the recent Measurement and the Mind course taught by brothers Mark and Gene Huffman, provide some on-the-spot feedback on this week's edition of Monday Morning Radio.

Homer, a regular contributor to Dean Rotbart and David Biondo's Business Unconventional broadcast radio show, recruited Tanya and Erik to share their first-hand Wizard Academy insights and impressions. 

All three guests are successful entrepreneurs and/or consultants in their own right.  And if you weren't lucky enough to attend the Huffman brothers' course, this audio is the next best thing.  

Oh yes, you'll also discover why "Let's Make a Deal" Homer always trades for "Door #2."  Hint:  It's the goats.  (Don't ask.  Just listen.) 

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Monday Morning Radio - Run Time: 27 min 10 sec

Photo (Clockwise): Homer Hudson Hillis, Jr.; Homer's Wizard Academy chair; Homer's dream Let's Make A Deal Prize; Measurement and the Mind guests, Erik Eustice and Tanya White

Direct download: 040113_MondayMorningRadio_BUnPodcast_TeamHomer_2.mp3
Category:Wizard Academy -- posted at: 10:54pm MDT

'Entreprenette' Sarah Shaw Can Help Your Fashion-Related Products Find Their Way to Hollywood

Sarah Shaw knows glamour and she knows Hollywood, a powerful combination for entrepreneurs who aspire to see their fashions, cosmetics, jewelry and accessories worn by some of the Big Screen’s hottest actresses. 

Shaw, a Los Angeles ex-pat, is a successful “entreprenette” – the moniker she adopted for herself and her consulting business – which focuses on helping women fashion designers and business owners bask in front of the klieg lights. Sarah, whose own purses have been worn on screen by Julia Roberts and Reese Witherspoon, can help you catapult your product from the kitchen prototype to the red carpet.

Sarah shares some of her trade secrets for nabbing celebrity clients and high-impact press placements on this week’s Monday Morning Radio with Dean Rotbart.

Rotbart, a veteran broadcast journalist and Wizard Academy faculty member, co-hosts the weekly Business Unconventional radio news magazine broadcast on 710 KNUS AM in Denver along with wealth management expert David Biondo.

On May 2nd, Sarah will host a one-day training event that promises to help those who attend place their products in film and on television.  View details here.

Be sure to follow B. Unconventional on Twitter: @BUnRadio and subscribe to Roy H. Williams's Monday Morning Memo.  The best things in life really are free!

Monday Morning Radio - Run Time: 17 min 22 sec
Photo: Entreprenette Sarah Shaw 

Direct download: 032513_MondayMorningRadio_BUnRadio_Podcast_Entreprenette.mp3
Category:Authors and Experts -- posted at: 6:55pm MDT

WANTED POSTERS: Hendrix, Dylan, and The Greatful Dead: Andrew Hawley Hunts Down Rare Rock 'n Roll Posters

The Rolling Stones at Memorial Auditorium (1964). Jimmy Hendrix playing the HIC Arena in Honolulu in 1968.  The Grateful Dead at Trouper's Club in Los Angeles (1966).

Posters for these concerts and hundreds of others featuring rock 'n roll legends of the 1950s and 1960s were never intended to last. Which is why today's hardcore collectors will pay thousands of dollars to acquire the few concert promotions that have survived the decades. 

If you love the early pioneers of rock music, you won't want to miss this week's edition of Monday Morning Radio, featuring Andrew Hawley, a rock historian who makes his living trading vintage rock concert posters and related ephemera.   

Hawley's Vintage Rock Posters is a niche business, but one that reinforces the notion that personal passions and business savvy are not mutually exclusive.

By the way, Hawley will lay down some fast and serious cash if you've got the right memorabilia hanging around your garage or attic.  This show could be music to your ears.

Hawley is interviewed by Wizard Academy faculty member Dean Rotbart, who along with wealth management expert David Biondo co-hosts the weekly Business Unconventional radio news magazine broadcast on 710 KNUS AM in Denver.

Be sure to follow B. Unconventional on Twitter: @BUnRadio and subscribe to Roy H. Williams's Monday Morning Memo.  The best things in life really are free!

Monday Morning Radio - Run Time: 32 min 57 sec
Photo:  Host David Biondo (l) and Andrew Hawley with a Greatful Dead poster.


Investment Banker Turned Men's Salon Owner: Why A $15 Trim Just Doesn't Cut It In The Business World

Bill Chrismer makes his living making men look successful and advising them on how to "look the part."  Okay, so he's a barber.  But the former investment banker - yes you read that correctly - is no ordinary stylist.

In truth, he leaves the actual grooming to others.  But Bill and his Denver-based GQ Barber Lounge  - one of the first upscale male-specific salons in the country - do provide mens' haircuts, straight razor shaves, manicures, pedicures and hair removal.  It's all part of Bill's mission to help power brokers and would-be power brokers look and feel the part.

On this week's Monday Morning Radio, Bill details why that cheap $15 trim you currently opt for just doesn't cut it.  

Bill is interviewed by Wizard Academy faculty member Dean Rotbart, who along with wealth management expert David Biondo co-hosts the weekly Business Unconventional radio news magazine broadcast on 710 KNUS AM in Denver.

Be sure to follow B. Unconventional on Twitter: @BUnRadio and subscribe to Roy H. Williams's Monday Morning Memo.  The best things in life really are free!

Monday Morning Radio - Run Time:  28 min  25 sec
Photo:  Bill Chrismer, GQ Barber Lounge - Denver

Direct download: 031113_MondayMorningRadio_BUnRadio_Podcast_GQLounge.mp3
Category:Successful Entrepreneurs -- posted at: 8:50pm MDT

5 Key Global Trends That Will Drive Entrepreneurial Success - With George Feiger, Contango Capital

It's not enough for small business owners and entrepreneurs to understand key trends in their neighborhood or even in our nation as a whole.  What happens to your business is not only impacted by local activities, but by developments around the globe.

This week on Monday Morning Radio, George Feiger, CEO of San Francisco wealth management firm Contango Capital Advisors and a respected economist, offers his take on five key global trends that will drive entrepreneurial success in the U.S. over the next several years.

While the outlook is bleak in some parts of the globe - and will dampen American economic growth - George offers a roadmap to where the best domestic opportunities will be found.

George is interviewed by Wizard Academy faculty member Dean Rotbart, who along with wealth management expert David Biondo co-hosts the weekly Business Unconventional radio news magazine broadcast on 710 KNUS AM in Denver.

Be sure to follow B. Unconventional on Twitter: @BUnRadio and subscribe to Roy H. Williams's Monday Morning Memo.  The best things in life really are free!

Monday Morning Radio - Run Time:  28 min  04 sec
Photo:  George Feiger, Contango Capital Advisors

Direct download: 030413_MondayMorningRadio_BUnRadio_Podcast_Feiger.mp3
Category:Authors and Experts -- posted at: 9:26pm MDT

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