• Low Cost Energy for Everyday People with Scott Sarem

    July 30, 2014

    photo of Scott SaramThis Saturday night, Richard and Joe will be welcoming Scott Sarem, co-founder of Everyday Energy. With the rising cost of energy, more homes have solar panels to offset energy costs. Everyday Energy is a solar energy company that specializes in the finance, design and installation of solar energy systems for multifamily and multi-tenant buildings.

    Many State and Federal incentives help consumers afford energy-efficient technology that reduces (and sometimes eliminates) their energy bill. So consumers end up with a lease or loan payment on solar equipment that is less than their original power bill, and sometimes the power company compensates homeowners for producing energy more energy than they use.

    A recent survey found that 32 percent of electric vehicle (EV) owners in the western U.S. have solar panels on their homes.

    Mr. Sarem has lived in Carlsbad for the past 13 years with his wife and four sons. A graduate of UC Riverside, he went on to obtain his JD from the UCLA School of Law. Upon completion of his law degree he worked on the deregulation of the local telecom industry and operating competitive local telecoms. He has also utilized his good fortune to give back to his high school by installing a no cost system at Servite High that will save the school a significant amount of money.

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  • North Park’s Future with Patrick Edwards

    July 23, 2014
    W. Patrick Edwards, owner of Antique Refinishers Inc. and the American School of French Marquetry Inc., joined the show this Saturday to discuss the 30-year plan to revitalize the San Diego North Park neighborhood with Richard and Joe. Mr. Edwards opened his shop in North Park in the late 1960s when he was college student ... Read more
  • Blending Music and Comedy with Dick Smothers

    July 17, 2014
    The show welcomed Dick Smothers, the string bass half of the musical and comedic force known as the Smothers Brothers. The Smothers Brothers became household names with their famous TV variety show, “The Smother Brothers Comedy Hour” that air in the 1960s. Its satire played well with the younger disillusioned generation of the time, but ... Read more
  • Retired Army Colonel and Public Servant Lawrence Wilkerson

    July 9, 2014
    Richard and Joe welcomed retired US Army Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson. His military career began in 1966 as a OH-6A Cayuse observation helicopter pilot during the Vietnam War. Then, he completed his undergraduate and graduate degrees (2) from the Naval War College in Rhode Island. It was his position as assistant to Colin Powell from the ... Read more
  • Ventana Venture Capital and Hand-Crafted Beer

    July 2, 2014
    Hosts Richard Muscio and Joe Vecchio welcomed Tom Gephart, founder and Managing Partner of VENTANA, and Bruce Taub, President of The Fat Cat Beer Company, LLC. Mr. Gephart founded his well-known venture capital company in 1984. Today VENTANA has funded over 100 companies with more than $3 billion in 20 different countries. VENTANA invests ... Read more
  • The Maritime Museum of San Diego and the San Salvador Project

    June 26, 2014
    San Diego Maritime Experts Discuss Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo and his ship the San Salvador on Podcast Joe Vecchio welcomed Dr. Ray Ashley, Executive Director and Curator of Ships for the Maritime Museum of San Diego, and Dave MacVean, Founding Principal of Collins MacVean, LLC. Dr. Ashley grew up in San Diego and earned his undergraduate ... Read more
  • The 5th Annual Berry Good Night

    June 20, 2014
    Saturday the show was broadcasted live from the 5th annual Berry Good Night. This event is brought together by the top minds in local and sustainable food, creating a unique environment for networking, storytelling and celebration. Hosts, William & Michelle Ciccarelli Lerach, will welcome their guests and several of San Diego’s most prominent chefs to ... Read more
  • Muscio featured in the San Diego Business Journal

    June 16, 2014
    Accounting Thought Leader Featured in the SDBJ Your radio host, San Diego accounting thought leader Richard Muscio is featured in this week’s edition of the San Diego Business Journal. The article is a Q&A-style interview about the business succession planning for family offices (wealthy families), some of the complexities involved managing the affairs of family offices, ... Read more
  • UCSD Current Chancellor, Pradeep K. Kholsa, PhD

    June 11, 2014
    Richard and Joe welcomed the eighth chancellor of the University of California San Diego (UCSD), Pradeep K. Khosla. As an internationally renowned electrical and computer engineer, Chancellor Khosla began his appointment on May 3, 2012 and began his term as chancellor on August 1, 2012. Most of his career has been spent at Carnegie Mellon, ... Read more
  • Servant Leadership Guiding Accounting Firms Into the Future

    June 9, 2014
    10 Steps to a Ground-Breaking CPA Firm Culture 1. Servant Leadership Mentality 2. Innovative 3. Collaborative vs Competitive 4. Departments Share work Loads vs Hoard best Clients 5. Value Based Pricing vs Hourly 6. Client Centric 7. Many Face to Face meetings with clients 8. More transparency 9. customer service 24 hrs a day 10.community based Read more
  • The Future of Fitness with Josh Weinstein

    June 5, 2014
    Josh Weinstein, CEO of Fitwall, was on the show. As an entrepreneur and brand builder his career has led him all over the world, Shanghai, and to a variety of companies, Walt Disney Company being one. Now he believes that he is on the precipice of a revolution in the exercise industry. Fitwall utilizes a ... Read more