• City Council Seat District 2 and Understanding Financial Literacy

    April 17, 2014

    Photo of San Diego City Council Candidate Sarah BootThis Saturday night the show will be welcoming two different guests. The first half features Sarah Boot, who is running for a City Council Seat in District 2. The second interview will be with Brad Pagano of the San Diego Financial Literacy Center. Ms. Boot was in private practice early in her law career, but she was drawn to public service and became a Federal prosecutor. Now, she wishes to further serve her fellow San Diegans and help restore the city’s image which has been recently tarnished by political scandal and bickering. To read about her views on the issues facing San Diego, visit her campaign’s website.

    photo of NPO director Brad PaganoAnother important issue facing our community is how well individuals understand their financial health. The San Diego Financial Literacy Center is a nonprofit organization that aids families and individuals to understand their personal finances so that they can begin living debt-free. The organization has a specific interest in helping families eliminate credit card debt. Brad Pagano is the Director of Community Development for SDFLC. Mr. Pagano has over 15 years of experience in the non profit organizations including the March of Dimes, the American Cancer Society and the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce. He holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from University of Delaware, an MSM from Wilmington.

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  • Making Sense of Wall Street

    April 9, 2014
    This Saturday night’s guests will be former securities trader Larry Doyle and returning guest Gary Aguirre, former SEC attorney and founder of Aguirre Law, APC. Mr. Doyle, a former securities trader, publishes his blog, Sense on Cents on topics related to Wall Street. He launched Sense on Cents in 2009 when he realized that ... Read more
  • Succession Planning for Accountants

    April 14, 2014
    The average CPA in this country is 58 years old. As an accountant, it is important to differentiate your practice from other CPA firms so that you can transition your clients profitably when you when you retire. Don’t Be a Commodity Richard Muscio talks about the CPA Horizons 2025 report that was released in 2011 that envisions ... Read more
  • San Diego Reader’s Don Bauder and The Espresso’s John Rippo

    April 4, 2014
    Besides insiders, no one knows more about the sudden vote to shut down the San Diego Opera than Don Bauder. Mr. Bauder is a columnist for the San Diego Reader, and he has written seven articles on the shocking vote to shut the San Diego Opera at a lightly attended board meeting on March 19th. ... Read more
  • Stephan Aarstol and Robert Brewer

    March 26, 2014
    The guests were the founder and CEO of Tower Paddle Boards, a local San Diego company and San Diego District Attorney Candidate, Bob Brewer. Mr. Aarstol earned a MBA in New Venture Management from the University of San Diego, and has over 15 years of entrepreneurial experience. While he has been a long time avid ... Read more
  • No. 1 on La Jolla Bookstore Warwick’s Best Selling List

    March 26, 2014
    U-T San Diego reports Warwick’s, the country’s oldest family owned-and-operated independent bookstore best selling list, and in its Sunday March 9, 2014 issue the list was: So What’s Your Play? by Richard Muscio Doing Harm by Kelly Parsons The Boys in the Boat by Daniel Brown How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia by Mohsin Hamid ... Read more
  • Understanding Intellectual Property with the Founder of CONSOR Wes Anson

    March 19, 2014
    The guest was founder of CONSOR, Wes Anson. Mr. Anson has more than 20 years of experience in the field of licensing valuation and as a marketing professional. Among his credentials are his position of Chairman at CONSOR, the company he founded more than twenty years ago in the San Diego region, and a Master’s ... Read more
  • Author Joseph Sorge, Architect Heather Johnson and Environmental Engineer David Dickins

    March 12, 2014
    This Saturday night, our guests were: Joseph Sorge author of Divorce Corp Heather Johnston, La Jolla Architect David Dickins, La Jolla Environmental Engineer Divorce Corp is Dr. Sorge’s debut piece as a writer and director. Prior to his work in the film industry he earned a B.S. from M.I.T. and a M.D. from Harvard. His focus changed ... Read more
  • Good Deeds Day

    March 4, 2014
    This Saturday’s guest will be Shari Arison, who is the founder of Good Deeds Day, a global annual celebration of good. This movement began in Israel in 2007 with only 7,000 participants across the nation. March 9, 2014 will be the 8th Annual Good Deeds Day and we are encouraging all our listeners to participate. Good ... Read more
  • How Values and Leadership Impact Companies

    February 28, 2014
    This podcast features returning sponsor Carl Sheeler of Berkeley Research Group LLC. and Life and Business Coach, Malcolm Avner. Dr. Sheeler discusses how the culture of a business affects its value. Although culture may seem like a vague component of a company’s value, Dr. Sheeler has broken it down into measurable metrics: How can you measure ... Read more
  • Book-signing at Warwick’s La Jolla

    February 26, 2014
    On February 24th, your host Richard Muscio signed some books at Warwick’s in La Jolla. Richard is the author of So, What’s Your Play? How Billie Jean, Bobby and Blindness Begat Tolerance Richard was the scrapbook maker for tennis player Bobby Riggs in the early 1970s. It was appropriate that he should sign books at Warwick’s ... Read more