November 21, 2015
Richard and Joe put on their running shoes. They interviewed Steve Scott, America’s greatest miler. Steve has posted three outdoor U.S. Mile records, a World Championship silver medal, two Olympic appearances and an astounding 136 sub-4 minute miles. No one ran more sub-4 minute miles than Steve Scott. His 3:47.69 mile in 1982 was the second-fastest mile ever run and stood as the U.S.record for 25 years. Steve was the founder of the Carlsbad 5000 road race and set world-best 5K times in 1986 and 1988. In 1999 Steve became the cross-country country coach at Cal State San Marcos achieving remarkable success building the team from the ground up into perennial contenders in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
Although he has had an outstanding running career, his life has not been without challenges. Twenty years ago he was diagnosed with testicular cancer, which he beat, and a little over a year ago he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. He has successfully finished his treatment and is now using his experience to increase public awareness of prostate cancer and the importance of early detection.
Joining Richard, Joe and Steve were Mark Sarno and Nick Scarpello. Mark is an award winning scientist, inventor, biostatistician, scientific advisory board member, doctor of law, and licensed patent agent with 32 years experience in research, development, clinical/regulatory, biostatistics, patent law, and project management resulting in 44 commercialized products (8 drugs, 36 in vitro diagnostic assays). He is also an avid runner and the co-founder of The Encinitas Mile. The Encinitas Mile is the ultimate test of speed and endurance takes place along the fast, flat USATF-certified course on Vulcan Avenue in downtown Encinitas.
Nick is Brand & Creative Communications Project Administrator at Illumina and the marketing and communications specialist for The Encinitas Mile.
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November 13, 2015Richard and Joe welcomed Paul Hynes, President and CEO of HearthStone Private Wealth Management for a return visit. A Certified Financial Planner, Paul founded Hearthstone in 2006 leaving a successful 22-year career at a large Wall Street investment firm. The major topic of discussion will be retirement planning. Paul has a passion for educating and empowering ... Read more
November 5, 2015Richard and Joe welcome Kathy Kinane, President of Kinane Events, Inc., and spokeswoman for the O’side Turkey Trot, Anne Garrett. Kathy Kinane Kathy Kinane has been marketing, managing and participating in running races, triathlons, bike tours, sports tournaments for over 30 years, and she was honored last February on RunningUSA.com as a 2015 Trailblazer. Kinane Events has ... Read more
November 2, 2015The 42nd Annual San Diego Press Club Awards was the third time It’s Your Money and Your Life was recognized for its continued commitment to stellar radio programming. The Show Placed: First Place for Best Talk/Interview/Call-In Show First Place for Best Specialty Report-Single Report…for the Berry Good Night Dinner Second Place for Best Radio Series and Best Specialty Report-Series The ... Read more
October 31, 2015Kathi Diamant, Actress, Author, Director of the Kafka Project This weeks guest is Kathi Diamant, accomplished actress, TV producer and anchor and adjunct Professor at San Diego State University. Kathi’s first love is theater and her acting credits include stage, screen and television for which she has received numerous awards, including an Emmy Award for outstanding ... Read more
October 23, 2015David Arison of Miya Urban Water Supply Systems Richard and Joe interviewed two guests this week. Their first guest, David Arison, is VP of Global Business Relations at Miya, a company whose goal is optimizing water supply in urban water systems worldwide, partners with utilities to help insure an abundance of fresh water through efficient management ... Read more
October 16, 2015Richard and Joe welcomed public face and behind-the-scenes writer of the San Diego History Center, Matthew Schiff. Matthew directs the San Diego’s History Center marketing department and project manages all of the major installations at the museum. He is a published author who also writes all public information and news releases for the History Center. ... Read more
October 8, 2015As Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure is quickly approaching, Richard and Joe welcomed guest, Lorraine Hutchinson. Lorraine was the first African American Women Deputy in the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department. She oversaw all the fire stations in the district while on duty for over 20 years until she heard some unexpected news. In November ... Read more
October 2, 2015Richard and Joe welcomed back Lane Elliott, the Senior Vice President of sponsor, California Republic Bank. SNL Financial named it the nation’s 3rd best performing community bank in 2012. Their philosophy is to earn the business of one good client at a time. They have grown from zero to $1 billion plus in total assets ... Read more
September 26, 2015Neal Stehly Richard and Joe interview sponsor, Neal Stehly of Marrs Maddocks & Associates (a Division of HUB International). Mr. Stehly is an executive Vice President in the Benefits Division of Hub. He is a native of San Diego who attended the University of San Diego, earning a degree in political science. He has been in ... Read more