In this podcast I have an eye-opening conversation with Todd McAlister, PhD, the CEO of Fountain Therapeutics discussing the reality of stem cell therapy, some regenerative promise, and why it makes sense to keep our expectations realistic.
Why would someone—anyone—first acquire a fledgling business in their 30’s, invest 20 years building it into one of the most successful firms in its industry, choose the best fit next majority investor in a successful capital gain transaction, then retire from the business and join the public sector as a civil servant...only to acquire the business back again nine years later?
George Antoniadis always knew he’d be an entrepreneur. In this private, one on one interview with Pete Worrell, he describes how he took his “flying club” concept to what is now one of the top fractional aircraft ownership companies in the world.
Cam Brensinger just might be the embodiment of the phrase often uttered to job seekers, “do what you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life.”
Join Pete and Meryl Levin from the Mills Fall Charter School as they talk about the path to entrepreneurship, activism, unique abilities and kryptonite in this hour-long, candid interview which took place in the storage room (really!) on the school's campus in Manchester, NH.
John Ready talks about how his teenage years lobstering with his brother grew into a meaningful company to his family and to Premium Brands who acquired Ready Seafood in 2018.
Howard Brodsky speaks to us about building CCA Global, co-ops, people who inspired and motivated him and lessons learned along the way.
A discussion about the entrepreneurs varied journey after a capital gain transaction at the 2018 Bigelow Forum.
Our featured speaker at this year's Bigelow Forum was Steven Pinker, the Harvard psychologist, linguist, and popular science author. Most…
This one-on-one long-form interview is with Mike Trigilio, the former owner of Associated Home Care which was acquired by Amedisys…
Jay Jacobs' life is a journey, filled with successes and failures. Listen to hear the lessons he's learned and unlearned along the way.
Paul LeBlanc is the motivational force behind an incredible growth and stabilization of SNHU. This conversation covers not just his background but also thoughts on being a high-profile leader in higher education and what lies ahead for him.
Allison is the co-founder of VT Creamery. In this unscripted conversation, you'll hear her answers to what it was about her personal background that inspired her to start a goat cheese company? What are some memorable failures? And other questions that she candidly answers.
Find out what Peter’s 30 laws are, his thoughts on what is (and what is your) massively transformative purpose, the squeaky wheel gets replaced and the creation of X Prize Foundation.
Angela Duckworth, best known for her book Grit, joins us for a wide-ranging conversation. We talked through who Angela considers to be thought leaders for her, her best habits personally, what nouns she uses as self-desciptors and more. Listen here for the full conversation.
The Golden Age for mergers and acquisitions hasn't passed us by. What is the private market for M+A? What is the most significant reason most acquisitions fail? Why is it important to prepare for a capital gain someday? Pete has some thoughts on these ideas.