• Fritzi Gros-Daillon, Founder and CEO of Household Guardians and Expert on Aging

    December 21, 2016

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    Household GuardiansThis week Richard and Joe welcomed Fritzi Gros-Daillon, a highly successful entrepreneur in senior move management, environmental consulting and most recently, the aging-in-place field. Her work entails providing help and insights for the real-life challenges facing Adult Children and their Parents. Her passion for keeping family members safe in their own home environment for as long as reasonably possible has frown from watching families struggle with choices and decisions about the issues of staying home or downsizing. The goal is to maximize longevity and independence in the home environment of choice while minimizing stress and worry.

    Fritzi Gros-Daillon worked as a senior move manager in New York for ten years and helped over 1,000 families work through the later in life transitions that included downsizing, moving and re-settling. These experiences are the basis for her national award-winning book, “Grace and Grit: Insights to Real Life Challenges of Aging for Adult Children and their Parents” published in 2014.

    Fritzi founded Household Guardians in southern California to provide home accessibility and modification consulting. She is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) and certification instructor for the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB). She certifies remodelers, designers, DME suppliers, occupational and physical therapists and other professionals in the three-day course. Fritzi has recently become Chief Advocacy Officer for Age Safe America, an organization whose mission is to help home safety advisors build responsible service businesses to help the aging population with fall risk reduction.

    Fritzi spoke at Aging in America 2016 in Washington DC in March. She speaks nationally, regionally and locally on aging in place topics. She is on the Board of San Diego County Council on Aging and Foundation for Senior Well-Being. She is a member of the National Aging in Place Council, American Society on Aging and several local San Diego caregiver and senior professional organizations.

    She received her Master’s in Business from Columbia University, is a Certified Senior Advisor, and Certified Aging-at-Home Specialist.

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  • 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
    Listen to Podcast of the Show 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 ... 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
  • Candidate for County Assessor Susan Guinn and Psychiatrist Dr. Krista Roybal

    May 29, 2014
    Joining the show this Saturday night will be Dr. Krista Roybal and Susan Guinn. Susan Guinn is currently a candidate for county assessor’s office. She announced her campaign at the beginning April, and her platform consists of the following priorities: Protect Taxpayers from Overpayment End Bloated Budgets and Excesses Fees Save Money by Modernizing Systems Empower Taxpayers Ms. ... Read more
  • Bob Brewer Candidate District Attorney and Rich Brocchini Author and Owner of Third Alarm Coffee

    May 23, 2014
    As the June 3rd elections rapidly approach, the show welcomed back Bob Brewer, candidate for San Diego’s District Attorney’s Office for half the show. He is running against the incumbent, Bonnie Dumanis, yet he has secured the endorsement of 98% of San Diego Law Enforcement Associations. Brewer has pledged to never run for ... Read more
  • Fastest High School Miler Jim Ryun: Bring Back the Mile Event

    May 19, 2014
    June 3, 2014 Your host Richard Muscio, an accomplished distance runner, will be running alongside other personalities in Balboa Park on June 5th to celebrate the achievement of Jim Ryun, who was the first high school runner to break the 4-minute mile mark. Ryun is involved in Bring Back the Mile, an organization that promotes the ... Read more
  • Practical Advice on Growing Your Business

    May 15, 2014
    Rick Day has built and sold businesses for most of his career. After serving in the US Navy and earning a BS in Finance from San Diego State, Mr. Day founded and build the value-added-reseller communications company Daycom Systems. He was involved in all aspects of the business and it was sold in 2009. Since ... Read more