Sharing Passion and Purpose

Mia Mascarin-Oven: Discusses Winemaking, Family and Philanthropy

Mia Mascarin-Oven is the featured “Green Country Grown-up” in the October issue of Tulsa Kids Magazine. To read her interview about working in the family wine business, 32 Winds, her heart for giving back and what she does to instill a sense of giving back in her son, check out the article at: https://www.tulsakids.com/mia-mascarin-oven-winemaking-family-philanthropy/.

Make 2022 the Year of You! – By Building Your Community

It is important to Build Your Community – Both Personally & Professionally! One way to build your community is through networking! What is networking? It’s about creating a connection with another person. Why is networking important? Networking gives you access to connections that you may not have on your own and expands your connections, both …

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Visit with Trey Jefferies, Pursuing his Passion as a Side-Hustle

Check out my visit with Trey on the podcast. I’m also posting the Questions and Answers in case you’d like to read about our visit: What sparked the idea to write a book?   I’ve loved writing since 7th grade and been published a few times but have always dreamed of being an author.  I write poetry, …

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Interview with Scott Taylor: Colorful Artist & Creative Entrepreneur

Scott Taylor has always had an artistic and creative personality but didn’t put brush to canvas full-time until just a few years ago. Prior to embarking on his own career in contemporary art, he had the idea to create a company that would help connect clients and patrons with local art. Taylor founded ColorPop Art …

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Emeka Nnaka

Emeka Nnaka: Encouraging other to embrace challenges with the Power of Hope and Positivity

It’s been almost twelve years since Emeka Nnaka’s life changed in an instant. He went from being in optimal physical shape to suffering a neck injury during a football game that left him paralyzed and unable to walk.  After enduring a nine-hour surgery, ten weeks in the ICU, and three months of intensive rehabilitation, he …

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