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“You have to meet all of today’s performance requirements… then of course greatly outperform on others – that’s the justification for adoption.” Doug Campbell, CEO, Solid Power Solid Power is a “technology transfer” business with science that originated at CU. Solid-state batteries are 50% more efficient than current lithium-ion batteries used to p…
 
“That was the problem – we had too many mountain bikes… and I decided to build my own nice looking shed.” Jeremy Nova, co-Founder, Studio Shed Studio Shed is another Colorado example of a business started, not on purpose, but as the outcome of one person’s effort to solve his or her problem and not being able to find that solution on the market. Je…
 
“We had somewhat of a plan, we kind of knew where we were going… the truth is the basis for a plan didn’t even come close to what the business is today.” Randy White, co-Founder & CEO, Wheel Pros It took me a while to understand the impressive scope of Colorado-based Wheel Pros. I’d done my research and erroneously entered my interview with Randy W…
 
As the world starts thinking about getting back to normal, the question comes up, "What is normal?" For each of us, it's a different answer. Among the community of avgeeks, it generally means joining with other pilots in getting back in the airplane and finding destinations. For many, an aviation museum is a special place, as it connects us with av…
 
“I constantly tell my senior leadership to try to do less and think more.” John Street, Founder & CEO, Pax8 Pax8 CEO John Street shares perspective and wisdom in this episode, all shaped and earned through his multiple startups. John has been an entrepreneur steering technology innovations in telecom, email, internet technology, and now cloud servi…
 
“What I think is great about the TRUTH is that it always wins… It’s not about selling – it’s about sharing knowledge with people and letting them make a decision.” Avrum Emakis, Founder & CEO, CLMBR CLMBR (“Climber”) is earlier stage than I normally feature and I was super excited to do this interview because I love cool fitness equipment (see the …
 
With 2020 behind us and with high hopes for a great 2021, what better way to change our mindset, than sitting down and talking aviation. During our last 9 seasons, the SimpleFlight crew has had the pleasure of hosting north of 200 guests., with a focus on finding amazing people doing amazing things in aviation. And this week's show is no different.…
 
“Most people don’t think of the Arts as an industry sector. It’s 4 ½ % of our GDP – we need to make sure that arts and creative industries are part of our state’s economic recovery strategy.” Christin Crampton Day, Executive Director, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts A couple of times a year I feature a successful non-profit and its leader.…
 
“There’s a profoundly important problem to be solved... in terms of creating a product with DEMAND, electric aviation is the ideal solution.” George Bye, CEO, Bye Aerospace The key topics I wanted to discuss with George were 1) the patience and perseverance required to create an entirely new aircraft, and 2) how he maintains his excitement for an a…
 
“The top three questions I get are: 1) Which were my favorite episodes? 2) Have you had any really difficult guests? and 3) How do you get such great guests on the podcast?” Dave Tabor, Host, PROCO360 podcast This episode of PROCO360 was a lot of fun for me. It reminded me of all the great guests I had during 2020 – guests I’d almost forgotten abou…
 
“Because of the opioid epidemic I expect we can develop that market to $1 Billion a year because our products provide great pain relief without side effects.” Thomas Sandgaard, Chairman and CEO, Zynex Medical Zynex’s main product line treats pain with FDA-approved electric stimulation that reduces the need for opioids in the marketplace. Direct and…
 
2020 has been a notable year. How is that for an understatement. For many of us, aviation serves as an escape from the pressures of daily life. It can be relaxing, energizing, and fulfilling, with an added benefit of providing an attitude reset. How ironic that various "shelter-in-place" or other constraints, served to limit aviation's accessibilit…
 
“You will have your physician’s cell phone number… we’re creating nice alignment with those providers… they are being incented to provide better clinical outcomes and better patient satisfaction scores.” Chris Miller, CEO, Paladina Health Kudos to Chris Miller on two fronts: 1) he’s delivering on the holy grail of health care – providing high patie…
 
“The problem with organic social media is there is so much noise – everybody is producing content… you gotta PAY TO PLAY.” Benjamin Kepner, Global Social Media Marketing I struggle with what I perceive to be endless NOISE on social media and I was eager to understand from Benjamin how to cut through that noise for effective social media execution. …
 
After the last three shows on airplane ownership, it's only natural to talk about what comes next. And of course the answer is, TAKE A TRIP. But where? I suspect if I asked all of you, the answer wouldn't be to take a 5,000 mile, 63 hour international flight over 2 1/2 weeks. But that's exactly what tonight's guest did. Join us as we "sit down" wit…
 
“It always seemed disingenuous to me for companies to talk about how well the animals for the food source are treated when their employees have to work two or three jobs.” Pete Turner, Founder and President, Illegal Pete’s I used to think that Illegal Pete’s competed with Chipotle and Qdoba. The more I explored Illegal Pete’s, the more it’s clear t…
 
“It dawns on the guest that it’s done by design – that the sincere friendliness of the staff is something that rings true.” Jack Damioli, President & CEO, The Broadmoor I feel terrible for all our state’s hospitality businesses that are suffering through the COVID pandemic – none more than the Broadmoor, a Colorado icon. Here’s what I really wonder…
 
The last two shows have focused on airplane ownership from both a sole owner and a partnership perspective. As we close out our trilogy, Brandon and Marc are joined by Steve Rogers, owner of a beautiful 2004 Glass Panel Archer. Steve bought the plane off the manufacturing floor in 2005 after making the decision to pay for it by "leasing it back" to…
 
“Yes, things change – we want to bring the people in the community along as we develop.” Haroun Cowans, Partner & Chief Real Estate Development Officer, Five Points Development Corporation I’ve always been curious about real estate development and cognizant of the impact of “gentrification” on a community. After a walking tour of Five Points by Har…
 
“There is the fallacy that you can outgrow any problem. (You think) I’ll just sell more – that will solve the problem. Well, that’s not true.” Matt Cutter, Co-founder & President, Upslope Brewing Company Many of us are familiar with the stories of our favorite small microbreweries and of the huge Colorado successes like New Belgium Brewing which wa…
 
As a follow up to our last episode, the SimpleFlight crew reached out to Edward Forman, a pilot that embarked on a mission to find a plane and some partners to help him build proficiency and get more utility out of general aviation. The big questions revolved around number of partners, type of partners, how much to spend, and what make and model of…
 
Every job I've had before this I'd get bored after 4-5 years... fixing the home services business, fixing the experience for home owners, is an intractable problem that will probably outlast me. Brandon Ridenour, CEO, ANGI Homeservices Angie’s List and HomeAdvisor have always fascinated me – and until recently I didn’t know that the company that ho…
 
As SimpleFlight Radio starts its 9th season, we decided to sit down and revisit with Andy Thome, who was our guest twice in the last three months of 2019. At that time, Andy was going through an airplane purchase process and shared his experience from start to finish. His purchase of a 1959 Piper Comanche 180 in December, was not the end of the sto…
 
“We think about the consumer first and foremost and not about a business opportunity. That authentically resonates. What do you do after that – who the heck knows?” Ian MacGregor, CEO, Skratch Labs Ian at Skratch Labs was recommended as a guest by Dan Konigsberg of CampMinder (listen to that episode!) This is an episode you’ll enjoy if you still be…
 
“I used to be embarrassed to charge for my pictures… It took many, many years to value my own work.” Guadalupe Laiz Once a year I do an episode in which I feature three rising entrepreneurs with businesses and styles that I really like. I had intended that Guadalupe Laiz would be one segment of this episode. I am so enthralled with her work, her bu…
 
Covid-19 has impacted so many people across the globe in some physical or emotional way. The specifics are tough to recount. To say we need to find a way to "de-stress" is an understatement. For many of us, we find our escape in flying. And tonight's guest, takes that to an extreme. Meet Bob Reynolds, a Chicago pilot that uses his SR22 to see the U…
 
“My goal is to make passion and business line up... and usually passion wins out." Adam Miller, Founder and CEO, Revel Bikes, Why Cycles You’ll enjoy the interview with Adam Miller. It’s different from what you normally hear from a founder basing the business on a “passion” because Adam is passionate about business as well as his passion. This epis…
 
“A lot of entrepreneurs want to get into stores way too fast – before they have the consumer following… as quickly as they got on the shelves, they’re going to be off.” Jane Miller, CEO, Lily’s Sweets Consumer products companies are tough! For every home-started product like Bobo’s (PROCO360 episode) and Justin’s, there are tens, hundreds (thousand…
 
“It comes back to the science... I do think it comes down to credibility and trust.” Deanie Elsner, CEO, Charlotte’s Web The CBD business is exploding and Charlotte’s Web went from startup to $100 million in 3 years! Deanie Elsner, CEO, left a consumer foods company where she was named a “Top 50 Chief Marketing Officer in the World” to join Charlot…
 
There are a lot of paths to a job in aviation. Some are unconventional. And sometimes the job itself is unconventional. Welcome to this week's episode of SimpleFlight radio. Join us as Marc and Brandon spend time with Wayne Temple, a Helicopter Line Pilot and COO of Wake Aviation (wakeaviation.com). His story about how he became the only active Jou…
 
“It (effective marketing) isn’t about a consumer angle! It’s about razor sharp focus by the brand that triggers some tension that a consumer has.” Christian Gani, Match Marketing Group Christian Gani focuses on “experiential marketing” for his clients. Until COVID-19, that meant creating amazing experiences that customers would visit to be WOWED by…
 
“The #1 thing going forward is going to be about hygiene… The thing that surprises me most?... with 125 shops, the importance of technology in the customer experience – I didn’t see that coming.” Jamie Repenning, President, Floyd’s 99 Barbershop I’m always curious about franchises. There have been some great success stories from Colorado, and some,…
 
All pilots are passionate about aviation. It's the one thing that creates a bond. As Marc likes to say, it's our Common Unity. And that's what makes us a COMMUNITY. But it doesn't stop there. There are families within the family. Some are based on aircraft types (there are more than 100 aircraft type clubs), while others are pilot segmented groups …
 
“We are focused on a mission and a vision to truly disrupt product development and design... along the way we’re probably gonna step on some toes.” Matthew Klein, CEO, Backbone PLM Backbone PLM is a quintessential story of tech company success. The dominating and most intriguing point for me is that the company was created to solve a very painful p…
 
Marc commonly says that YouTube is his favorite app. The main reason comes down to access to education and people doing really cool things. And as no surprise, Marc spends a lot of time watching aviation videos. One of the "Tubers", Mike Ojo (mojogrip.net) became a favorite of Marc's, due to his love of aviation and diversity of topics he covered. …
 
– Buy Ready for Departure merchandise (t-shirts, hoodies, caps, mugs and more) and support my podcast https://r4d.uk/shop In the second of our video podcasts, Steve interviews fellow microlight pilot and aircraft co-owner John Quigley, who co-owns and flies an Ikarus C42. John’s group has just bought an (almost) new C42B. Steve and John compare not…
 
“I believe the role of a CEO is to be that face, the smile, the heart and soul that the customer thinks of when they think about the company.” Adam Contos, CEO, RE/MAX Most CEOs of large public companies, no, just about ALL of them, seem to keep their private lives, even their personal personas, separate from their public facing CEO self. Not this …
 
With Covid-19 being so front and center in everyone's mind, it's very common and appropriate to hear people sending wishes for safety and good health. Certainly, SimpleFlight wishes the same for you and yours. The path to getting to a healthier state, starts with a cultural change that now requires us to stand apart physically. Ironically, the desi…
 
– Buy Ready for Departure merchandise (t-shirts, hoodies, caps, mugs and more) and support my podcast https://r4d.uk/shop We are back! In this latest episode of the Ready for Departure podcast, Steve takes us through a recent flight after a long lay-off, which is something a lot of us leisure pilots are going to have to contend with once the Corona…
 
“When there’s CHAOS all around you, and when things are moving SO fast… the best way to figure out how to balance competing interests… is look at your values…” Paul Raab, Managing Partner, Linhart PR Notice that while Paul and I were together in the studio, we were 6 feet apart! Normally when we think of “crisis communications” it’s about a company…
 
Tory Bruno, President and CEO, United Launch Alliance – From aerospace engineer to CEO of the world’s most successful launch company, Tory shares his approach to management that has yielded 137 rocket launches with 100% success. “Nothing trumps mission success... now, let's talk about the decision we have to make.” Tory Bruno, President and CEO, Un…
 
With our reoccurring theme of aviation bucket lists,, many would say flying into KOSH during Airventure is near the top of the list. But once you've done that, how do you top it? How about being a part of one of the mass arrivals. Sounds pretty good, but how do you prep GA pilots to take on the risk and responsibility of flying in formation to the …
 
Eric Gutknecht, CEO, CharcūtNuvo – Eric and his wife Jessica basically STOPPED the multi-generation business of Continental Sausage to remake the company and its products. The decisions, the branding, and the product innovation are the subjects of this episode. “People try it at Costco and it’s, ‘oh my goodness’ – They’re so proud to have found us …
 
It seems every pilot has an aviation bucket list. Sometimes its a type of airplane, an experience, or a destination. And sometimes it's all three. Regardless, the lists are wide ranging and not often duplicated. But there is an exception. A flight to Alaska is found on most lists. It's easy to understand why. No other state is as dependent on gener…
 
"The people with the best ideas were the least likely to share them… I set out to solve the problem of getting those people to speak up. Anthony Franco, CEO, MC Squares Anthony Franco’s company, MC Squares, is an earlier stage company than I typically feature on PROCO360. I wanted to interview him NOW, because 1) the company has gone from $5,000 in…
 
With a late cancellation of SimpleFlight's guest, our listeners came to the rescue. We asked them if they had any questions, and they came through in spades. Armed with topics to discuss, we knew we would need help with the ATC-related questions. Enter repeat guest, Eddie Trujillo, our favorite C90 (Chicago Approach) air traffic specialist. From th…
 
Nancy Fitzgerald, CEO of iLendingDIRECT – After her husband, CEO of the company, was killed in a tragic bicycling accident, “the sharks were circling” the company. Now it’s thriving. Here’s the story. “I never quit... I’ve always known that no matter how hard my life has been at times that the sun is going to shine the very next day.” Nancy Fitzger…
 
When Marc earned his PPL in the mid-70's, he learned from young CFI's, who were on a path to the airlines. Getting a job was tough, as young pilots were competing with military pilots and those that were having their training paid for by the GI Bill. Fast forward 40 years, and while it's still tough to get with the majors, the candidate pool and jo…
 
Happy Holidays!!! With the end of the year in sight, Brandon and Marc reflected on different areas of general aviation that have an opportunity to improve with just a little effort from all of us that love the industry so much. Certainly there are many highlights as well, so the guys touched on some of the things aviation got right. All of us are i…
 
Dan Konigsberg, Founder and CEO of CampMinder – an inspiring and entertaining story of creating a software as a service to enable an old industry to flourish. “Employee engagement is our #1 goal, before client satisfaction… That will lead to client satisfaction.” I really was eager to talk with Dan Konigsberg about building a COMMUNITY of customers…
 
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