Voices of Texas welcomes author Lela Suttee (Jackson), formerly of Brownwood, to the program! Lela’s first book is “If Houses Could Talk – Oh the Stories They Would Tell!”. Join us as we talk about the book and growing up in the Lone Star State.
A special Celebrity Edition of Voices of Texas, with my guest Brian Brushwood, internet & television personality. Brian hosts several podcasts and YouTube shows like Scam School, Weird Things, and Night Attack, in addition to hosting the television series Hacking the System on the National Geographic Channel. Join us for this very special Voices of Texas!
Episode 013 – Ellory Wells is a personal business coach who helps empower and equip entrepreneurs to take their offline expertise and turn it into a successful online business.
In 2009 he was laid off from a job. 5 years later he was fired from another one. Through these experiences he has learned a lot about building a successful business, the value of having a mastermind, and how to be successful.
Join us as we discuss the challenges of starting a new business.
Episode 012 – Sonia Van Meter – Who doesn’t dream of space travel? Setting foot on other worlds, exploring the deepest reaches of space… My guest this week is planning to just that. Sonia Van Meter is one of the finalists for the Mars One Project, a one-way ticket to the Red Planet in an effort to colonize there. Join us as we talk about leaving the earth for good, and the human impact it has.
Episode 011 – David Werst
I can’t say I’ve met anyone with more knowledge about Texas than David Werst. A veteran of the newspaper business, David has been writing about Texas for decades. Enjoying time in Helotes, TX, now with his talented wife Ramona, David continues to entertain and educate about Texas on his blog, RealTexasBlog.com. Join us as we tell a few stories about baseball rookies, and the difference between a taco and a burrito.
Episode 010 – Tracy Pitcox has been a radio personality since his teens, working a small-town radio station. Starting a classic country music fan club in the 80’s, he came in contact with celebrities, and others, who brought him memorabilia. This “stuff” eventually made Pitcox open the Heart of Texas Country Music Museum in Brady, Texas. Join us as we talk about the museum, country music, and telling a few stories about celebrities.