Does Wealth Equate Happiness?

Depending on who we ask or what we consume in the media, the psychology of wealth for many individuals can be viewed as a more subjective term. As a culture that mostly views ‘chasing paper’ to accumulate visible assets, are we doing all that we can to ensure that our abundance is creating a legacy for our families, and impacting in our communities?

Why Brands Must Lead With Purpose; Saudi-backed LIV Golf takes on the PGA Tour

Diane Primo is on a mission to help businesses find their purpose and live it out every day. As the CEO of Chicago-based Purpose Brand Agency, she joins The Business Communicators to share her thoughts on why brands must be relevant, purpose-driven, and committed to consumers to be successful – and why representation matters.

To close the show, Thomas and Austin discuss the upstart LIV Golf Tour, which is financed by the Saudi Public Investment Fund, and has poached several high-profile golfers away from the PGA Tour. Is this a money grab, a reputation campaign, or bad PR?

The Accidental Brand Strategist with Kate DiLeo

Kate DiLeo is an “accidental brand strategist” who has worked with more than 200 brands across 20 sectors. As a sought-after branding expert, Kate joins The Business Communicators to the power of branding, how businesses have the potential for growth within their own organizations, and why it’s important to stop telling stories and start having conversations.

Daniel Vaughn Talks BBQ, Digital Media, and How to Keep Your Audience Wanting More

Daniel Vaughn is the barbecue editor at Texas Monthly and he is the ultimate barbecue snob. He joins The Business Communicators to talk about the science of BBQ, his unique career path, the importance of following your passion, and why brand and audience engagement is crucial to maintain small business success.

Why Representation in Children’s Books Matters; Burger King Shares the Throne

Allyson Neal isn’t just a digital communications expert — she’s the author of nine books that are having a lasting impact on children. With 70 percent of all children’s books featuring white children or animals, Neal is changing the status quo by publishing family-oriented books that embrace diversity. She joins The Business Communicators to discuss her career, and why she’s using her platform to create a world that is better for all children.