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So far Andrew Wang has created 6 blog entries.

IM 005: How to Start and Sustain an Interfaith Movement for Hope and Peace | Alison Van Dyk

By | 2017-09-18T14:47:59+00:00 September 18th, 2017|Podcast|

Alison Van Dyk has dedicated much of her life and resources to advocating for interfaith education. She wants to inspire people to love each other and care about each other. 

IM 004: Helping Entrepreneurs and Minority Owned Businesses | Terrence Clark

By | 2017-09-18T02:39:13+00:00 September 11th, 2017|Podcast|

Terrence Clark heads the New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council, one of the 23 councils within the National Minority Supplier Development Council network.  The Council brings together more than 900 certified minority owned businesses and more than 120 corporate members for new business opportunities. 

IM 003: Transforming a Passion for Ping Pong into Big Business | Franck Raharinosy

By | 2017-09-06T14:23:00+00:00 September 5th, 2017|Podcast|

Meet Franck Raharinosy, an entrepreneur and ping pong player who has worked in event production, media, fashion, hospitality, writing, and film. When talking to him, it doesn’t take long to realize that passion drives his actions, and he strives to make a positive difference in the world.

IM 002: Multiply the Impact of Your Money by Helping the Poorest People in the World | Gret Glyer

By | 2017-09-06T14:27:21+00:00 September 5th, 2017|Podcast|

Have you ever walked past a homeless person? I’ve occasionally given my left over food to someone in need on the streets of New York or opened my wallet to give a dollar. Other times, though, I’ve just kept walking. What do you do? Our guest today feels compelled to do something bigger and better.

IM 001: Playing Guitar for the Love and the Money Followed | Jim Kimo West

By | 2017-09-06T14:29:28+00:00 September 5th, 2017|Podcast|

Today, I’m speaking with guitarist Jim Kimo West. Now I grew up watching Late Night with David Letterman in the early 90s. I’ve always had this understanding that the best musicians were those like Paul Shaffer and the World’s Most Dangerous Band because they could perform at the highest level with any musical guest covering all genres.