The story of Ed’s life and career in Tucson radio.
Lora Reis from Heritage.org stops to discuss immigration reform, plus Chris gets after Chuck Huckleberry, how Rex Scott can save Pima County, Unions wanting Huckleberry out, Antifa and the Capitol Riot.
Zach talks with the Founding Director of Arizona FORGE, Brian Ellerman, about how that arm, and the University as a whole, is driving entrepreneurship forward in Greater Tucson and Southern Arizona in 2021. Zach goes into greater detail about the often-not-talked-about reasons why impeachment of President Trump are not helpful to anyone. Then, Jason Robinson of MassMutual talks about the keys to financial planning and how to get started.
Mark Napier, Steve Spain, Eric Sloan, Vince Leach, Steve Christy, Lea Marquez-Peterson, Tiffany Shedd, David Gowan, Brandon Martin; Inside Track Show, 10/31/20
Paul Karlowicz Professor of the Constitution – Benny White – Election Oversite
Design trends 2020/21
Guest Ray Lindstrom
With the need greater than ever before, Tucson’s Hispanic Voices is dedicating most of its show to promoting the 18th Annual Miracle En El Barrio, co-founded by host Steve Nunez and Nova Home Loans CEO & President Jon Volpe. Plus, we are also highlighting the 7th Annual South Tucson Shoe & Jacket drive founded by Maria Cardenas. Together, we will help put a smile on a child’s face for Christmas!
Guest Peter Sherayko
M. Lee, NRA Board Member; S. Kais, Pima County GOP Party Chair; L. Reis, Heritage Foundation
Travis Geary, Computer Tech
From storming the Capitol to running a business, failing to plan is a common reason for failure. During the pandemic, individuals and business failed to plan well. Restaurants made the temporary changes of enforcing healthy guidelines in line with COVID-19, but what more are they doing? Without investing time in organizing your business goals and understanding market trends, your business will fall victim to competitors and disruption. Even Manny admits that lack of planning played a role in past business errors.
Take it from Spark Partners to know how to plan SMART for the future.
Planning is not just goal-setting, or about making short-term adjustments. Planning requires envisioning where you want your business to be in the future and detailing exactly what you’ll do to get there. You must go beyond being reactive to the market towards being a proactive for future success.
How are you planning for the long-term? Smart retailers, for example, are planning for a future that incorporates the gig economy and mobility to better manage inventory. No reality show feature or stimulus check will guarantee your survival into the future. Take the time to plan continuously to adapt to the changing world. Shift your business to provide value to customers now and into the future.
M. Klink, GOP Strategist-Consultant; J. Morgan, Member-Republican Party
Dara Kurtz, author of the new book “The Gift of Sending Letters to Loved Ones”
Edmund Marquez, Allstate Insurance Agency
Pastor Greg Ayres, Gap Ministries
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