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Seattle Special 100th Episode
In this special episode of The Seattle Shrimp Tank, we reflect on all the events of the previous year, particularly the effects of COVID-19 on businesses across the United States, as well as talk about some of our favorite guests.
We’re so happy and fortunate to have made it to 100 episodes, and we’re looking forward to 100 more and beyond, hopefully in a much brighter year! (more…)
Kriston Sellier has owned id8, an award-winning branding agency, for 20 years. She has helped companies big, small, local and global to find their brand voice and to succeed in a crowded and competitive market. Kriston searches for ways to grow and challenge herself and her team. This tenacity has brought success time and time again to id8, including a spot in the 2020 Top 25 Small Businesses of the Year | Cobb Chamber, the Top 25 Best Small Businesses in Working Mother magazine, and numerous awards from Graphic Design USA and AGDA. (more…)
Paul Christopher has been an established fitness professional, operating in the Boca Raton area for over 20 years. A graduate of the University of Central Florida in 2000, Paul possesses credentials as a Certified Athletic Trainer (NATA-ATC), Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (NSCA), and Certified Personal Trainer (NASM). His experience variety is a blend of orthopedic rehabilitation, sports performance, and personal training. (more…)
Kevin Martin is an author, professional speaker, seminar leader, entrepreneur, and Master Practitioner of hypnotherapy and NLP. He has been training people for over 25 years in both technical and non-technical fields. Kevin understands how people think, how people learn, and most importantly, how people change. (more…)
Rev. Dr. Dwight “Ike” Reighard is the President and CEO of MUST Ministries, serving 34,000 people a year struggling in poverty. Ike has successfully combined business experience with ministry and has an outstanding reputation for transforming communities through serving others. Three years running, The Atlanta Business Chronicle named him as one of the 50 CEO’s of Who’s Who in Atlanta Non-Profits. (more…)