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23 minutes | May 14, 2019
052 - Nate Kneifel - Add Value, stay relevant!
Nathan Kneifel is a local digital marketing consultant in Summerville. He helps local businesses and professionals get found online. He assists organizations with local search, paid advertisements, review generation, and social media. Nathan also runs the website OpulentWisdom.com and a video production company.
23 minutes | May 14, 2019
052 Nate Kneifel - RevLocal Digital Marketing Specialist
36 minutes | Mar 19, 2019
051 - Nic Sawa - It's a good thing food tastes so good, because we have to do it so often!
Nic cultivated a love of cooking at an early age cooking with his grandmother and mother. This passion was fueled even farther when Nic got his first job at the age of fourteen. Nic started out his culinary career working for a Mom and Pops burger stand in his home town. Dairy Mart has been a community fixture in the small farm town of Huntley since the 1960s and still is to this day. After a few years Nic’s desire to learn more drove him to another small family owned restaurant. Nic worked in a small Italian restaurant and pizzeria for a year before joining the military. Having access to all the different cooking equipment at the pizzeria to play with instilled a curiosity in Nic for the Art of Cooking. How one ingredient can be transformed so many ways simply by cooking with different tools and techniques. After his military service Nic continued to study cooking and Baking on his own while attending College, working construction and working in several restaurants. After College, Nic attended a masters program at the Italian Culinary Institute in Southern Italy. This gave Nic the opportunity to fully jump into his passion of learning about the Art of Cooking from several different Masters in their fields. From Bread baking to pastry making, from cheese making to salami making, even conserving and preserving all sorts of fruits and vegetables. As Nic traveled around Italy and Ireland studying how to cook he has come to understand that what we cook and why we cook is just as important as how to cook, but often over look. Here in the US we often turn to convince foods that are often not very good for us instead of taking our time to make something nice for ourselves. Through his travels and unique working experiences Nic has made it his Mission to inspire people to take some time out of their day and appreciate their meals. Food should not be an afterthought as we run around with our busy schedules. Good, nutritional, simple food is what Nic wishes to share with you and inspire you to cook. Connect with him here: firstname.lastname@example.org FB: https://www.facebook.com/nic.sawa
38 minutes | Mar 12, 2019
050 Steve Koslan - Stay In Your Lane
Steve Koslan brings 28 years experience in the office equiment industry to Summerville. Saulisbury Business Machines is a locally owned independent office equipment dealer that has been in business for over 50 years in the Low Country region. We provide office solutions, which include office equipment, software, office automation and workflows. Connect with Steve! https://www.saulisbury.com/ SKoslan@saulisbury.com 843-408-9714
37 minutes | Mar 5, 2019
049 - Jamie Mattingley - Plan for your loved ones!!!
Jamie graduated from The Citadel and received her J.D. from Charleston School of Law. Jamie works in estate planning, probate, business formation, and real estate. Jamie enjoys helping clients with business, family, and personal asset management and structure planning. She understands the process of planning can be overwhelming and tries to relieve the stress by helping people create a plan covering all aspects of life. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Grant, and their daughter, Cora. email: email@example.com phone: 843 • 636 • 8841 web: www.SuttlesLaw.com
30 minutes | Feb 26, 2019
048 - Jordan Graffis - Summerville's Newest Author
In Cicada Summers, author Jordan Smith Graffis brings readers an emotional, heart-wrenching coming-of-age narrative that ultimately stands as an ode to motherhood. Adults can learn a lot from children—actually, they have a lot to relearn. The narrator, a mother in her sixties, is writing a compilation of her greatest achievements—and failures—for her son, Billy Rubin, who is himself about to become a parent. She wants Billy to be prepared for the changes this gift will bring, and she wants him to know how much he taught her, and in turn, how much his child will teach him. At the beginning of each chapter, Billy’s childhood adventures and antics are presented to the reader as illustrations of what’s truly important in life; she wants Billy to feel like he’s reading a children’s book about his youth. These lessons parents experience are actually repeats of ones thought to be previously mastered during childhood, like the importance of sharing, how to love unconditionally, and that the future is full of possibility. There is value in learning—re-learning—these important lessons, whether the knowledge contained therein is to be passed down to loved ones or not. Author Bio Jordan Smith Graffis earned her master’s degree from Columbia University and bachelor’s from Marshall University. She is a former journalist turned business owner. She currently lives in Summerville, South Carolina, and splits her time between owning/operating a consulting company and acting as referee during toddler fistfights.
38 minutes | Feb 19, 2019
047 - Jack Griffith - Response is Everything
Jack was born and raised in Beaufort, SC as technically the middle child, the younger of a set of twins and an older brother to Mac, his brother. Upon graduation from the University of South Carolina, Jack moved back to Beaufor to pursue a career in the insurance industry with Kinghorn Insurance Agency of Beaufort, the oldest business in Beaufort, SC. He worked there for 2 years gaining invaluable experience from his agency owners and surrounding support staff before being asked to move to Summerville, SC and help start a new branch of Kinghorn Insurance, operating under the name TW Insurance Agency. In May of 2018 Jack moved to Summerville and officially opened the doors for business on May 1st of 2018. Jack gained interest in the local, independent agency side of the insurance industry by growing up watching his father own and operate his own law firm. Watching him make his small business a a professionally run and well respected firm, encouraged Jack to look for an industry where he could make a difference in the community while working for a family first business. He found that in the Kinghorn/TW Insurance family. By gaining the trust of his clients and putting there needs first, Jack hopes to develop an agency where he can gain the trust of local families and business owners to protect their assests correctly from all potential exposures. He is hopes to one day grow the TW brand to the same level of respect that Kinghorn has in Beaufort. Jack has just recently purchased a home in the Summerville area and looks forward to becoming a part of the local community. When not working or out and about Jack enjoys golfing, spending time with his girlfriend Katie, enjoying time outside in the Lowcountry weather (warm or cold), and catching up with friends and family. Certifications: Licensned SC Property and Casualty Agent Licensed SC Property and Casualty Broker CBIA (Certified Builders Insurance Agent) Connect with him: www.TWIAInsurance.com firstname.lastname@example.org this episode sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
32 minutes | Feb 12, 2019
046 - Dan Sullivan - Know Your CPA
Dan Sullivan is with the firm of Jan Waring Woods, CPA. "We offer a wide variety of services and resources, but even more importantly, we bring all these together to address the entire range of our clients’ business and personal financial needs." 843-261-0096 Dan.Sullivan@jwwcpa.com www.jwwcpa.com Latest episode of Summerville Advice Givers Sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
31 minutes | Feb 5, 2019
045 - Emily Fischer-Bunker - Improve Your Quality of Life!
The middle child of medical doctors, Emily Fischer-Bunker grew up in a home where medical problems and solutions were often discussed. As an adult, she has pursued her education in integrative nutrition health coaching to bring her clients practical, proven, and effective ways to improve their health and their quality of life. Emily employs not just one or two, but a variety of methods to help her clients improve their overall health, because, after all, everything else pales in significance if one has poor health. She offers sage advice, sound knowledge, and effective methods to deliver optimal health to her clients. Emily studied at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where she was trained by some of the top leaders in the health and wellness industry. She learned about different dietary theories and was trained to look at each client from a holistic point of view. She helps clients assess their lives in areas such as relationships, career, finances, and spirituality as well as diet and exercise; working to improve any areas that the client feels needs improvement. By working with each client holistically, Emily can aid clients in improving not only their health but their happiness as well. www.journeytowellness.net email@example.com
39 minutes | Jan 29, 2019
044 - JJ Evans - Restoring Dignity
DISCLAIMER: Please don't think this creates any sort of attorney/client relationship with you. This is just a conversation between friends. Use what you can, but don't take this as actual legal advice. For real. This is just a podcast. Johnny J. Evans grew up in Walterboro, SC. He graduated from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina in 1993 where he was a member of the Honor Court. Mr. Evans earned his Juris Doctor magna cum laude from the Charleston School of Law in 2015. Mr. Evans will focus on criminal defense. He spent nearly the last two decades as a law enforcement officer in the State of South Carolina where he worked variety of cases from simple traffic tickets to homicides and simple narcotics possession to federal wiretap investigations. https://tktlawyers.com/our-team/johnny-j-evans/ (843) 937-8000 This episode is sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
42 minutes | Jan 23, 2019
043 - Alex Wizes - You Don't Have to Be Sick!
Alexandria moved to the Charleston area in 2016 from California to go to the College of Charleston. She is currently pursuing a double major of Computer Science and Computing in the Arts. She aspires to have a career as a video game programmer that combines her first passions of computers and technology. She is a graduate of a college in California with her Associates in Digital Media. Her second passion is health and nutrition that developed in her adult years while living in California. Her first introduction is when her mother came home with a product called Juice Plus. Juice Plus is a whole food nutrition supplement made entirely of fruits and vegetables. In the first four months she found she had more energy, her skin was clearer, & she wasn’t sick as often. Then many more benefits grew over time as she took Juice Plus and continued on her health journey. It took two years before she actually became aware of the business opportunities Juice Plus provides. Her direct sales business of selling cookware was no longer profitable. She knew she had to make a change and she wanted to help others start their own health journey and build a business. While the cookware she sold helped make cooking fruits and vegetables easy and effective, Juice Plus made it easy to add fruits and vegetables to one’s diet. Today she continues to share her passion of health and nutrition with others and hopes to help others start or grow their journey to healthier lives. She is also looking for a team to help her in this mission. She would like to help them change their lives, health & financial wellness. “Improving your health with one simple change” Facebook: @alexwizes firstname.lastname@example.org 707-834-7141
40 minutes | Jan 8, 2019
042 - Holly Slice - Live Music is Always Better!
“Talented, Professional, Pleasant, Flexible”… are just a few words clients have used to describe Lowcountry Pianist & Co. LLC. Our company is comprised of multiple musicians who have studied music at the collegiate level and have years of performing experience. We are adept at multiple genres of music including classical, pop, country, oldies, new age, and sacred. Our mission is to become the leading choice for live music services in the Lowcountry by consistently providing premier, quality services to our clients. We specialize in professional performances for weddings, retirement centers, corporate events, receptions, luncheons, and dinner parties. We provide music for funeral and memorial services and also are available to accompany instrumentalists, vocalists, and choirs for competitions and performances. Lowcountry Pianist & Co. LLC was recognized for The Knot Best of Weddings. Our business launched in the fall of 2016 and we quickly are becoming recognized as the “go to” company when the event needs to be just right. We value excellence, cater our services to your specific needs, and do our best in every area to ensure everything goes smoothly for your event! Please contact us for more information. I would love to talk with you! Holly Slice Owner Lowcountry Pianist & Co. LLC (843) 471-4580 www.lowcountrypianist.com this episode is sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
21 minutes | Dec 5, 2018
041 - Meg Severn - Building the ARK
Megan Severn serves as the Development Director at The ARK, Alzheimer’s Family Support Services. She joined The ARK team in 2015 and is responsible for managing the marketing, two signature events for the The ARK (Dancing with The ARK Stars and Race for The ARK), donor stewardship and cultivation. Born and raised in Malvern, Ohio, Megan moved to the Charleston area in 2010. In 2014, she graduated from The College of Charleston earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. In her spare time, Megan enjoys reading and going to the beach with her husband and 2 dogs. Megan graduated from the Leadership Dorchester Class of 2017 & is a proud board member of the Summerville Chamber of Commerce. this episode is sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
25 minutes | Nov 27, 2018
040 - Fleming Moore - Bummerville, One Day At A Time
Fleming Moore, a native of the Low Country of South Carolina, sings songs seeded in a heart of hope, despair and perseverance. His sound is an authentic Americana Fusion style with roots bearing resemblances to Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan. Having persevered through many trials and tribulations that nearly ended his life, he’s moved to share his story with the pubic. Early in life, Moore was exposed to the music of Dylan, The Animals and The Rolling Stones. From the age of three, he has been writing songs, beginning by emulating the melodies and lyrics from the records his older brothers would bring into his world. "Folk Songs For The Apocalypse", his first of a series of three EPs, is an ontology of his own life. It explores the futility of seeking joy through materialism, the inevitability of death and struggles with addiction, faith, forgiveness and reconciliation. These heartfelt songs challenge the listener to examine the purpose of their own lives. Fleming says, "Folk Songs is a story about the beginning of a journey that starts out with the ambitious pursuit of material success in Track 1, but ends up leaving you in the ghetto, lost and looking for a way out at the end of track 4." His 2nd EP, "On The Edge Of America", continues the journey that begins in "Folk Songs". Tracks 1 and 2 take the listener further down the road of despair and futility, but eventually reaches a glimmer of hope in tracks 3 and 4. Moore says, "'Folk Songs' was about the beginning of a journey, where wrong turns lead to despair and brokenness. 'On The Edge Of America' marks a turning point, along that journey." www.flemingmoore.com twitter: Fleming Moore FB: Fleming Moore Spotify iTunes this episode is sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
45 minutes | Nov 21, 2018
039 - Dr. Mike Alden - Concussion (not the movie)
Dr. Michael Alden has been practicing in Charleston, South Carolina since 1994. In 2010 he began to focus on Neuro-Metabolic Testing and Treatments, concentrating his interest on Autoimmune Conditions. Dr. Alden credits both Dr. Datis Kharrazian and Aristo Vojdani, PhD. for the training that he has accumulated both through conferences and one on one meetings. In July 2016, Dr. Alden co-founded Atlas Concussion Testing in order to develop a company that exclusively serves mTBI (concussions) in a new and innovative way. Through utilizing the basic principles of evaluating autoimmune reactions through a serological biomarker screening for autoreactive antibodies, and then modulating the immune system metabolically, Dr. Alden has been very successful with managing concussion victims. Beyond the obvious, concussion management, Dr. Alden has created an initiative to help eliminate Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), called Predict, Prevent and Prevail over CTE. The research is clear, CTE arises from within the brain and immune system long before signs and symptoms appear. As he often states, “The Blood Doesn’t Lie”. www.AtlasConcussion.com FB - Dr Mike Alden email@example.com 843-367-6980 This episode is sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
35 minutes | Nov 14, 2018
038 Joshua Jarman - Do the Next Right Thing
Working Hands Captivating. Insightful. Raw. These are a few words used to describe Joshua Jarman's songwriting and performances. With performances that each seem personal and unique, Joshua is known for engaging a crowd and gently ushering them through the pains and triumphs of human emotion... at least as he sees it. Treating the acoustic guitar like some forgotten limb, Joshua unveils percussive qualities of the instrument, plays the rhythm structure, and creates lead lines all at once. No loops. One take. His ability to do this while singing leads some to remark his music as surreal. Especially when seen live. Minor chords aided by the thumping heart of the acoustic guitar accompany Joshua's impacting vocals. A conviction that can heard and felt by the listener. Joshua regards this style of playing to the influence of artists like: Jon Gomm, Newton Faulkner, or Andy Mckee. He quotes his muse as 'The benefit of all beings,' and dedicates his work to the relief and understanding of human suffering. "There are reasons that my songs are sometimes sad. Depression has been no stranger to me, nor those around me. But, the Blues are medicinal in music because they are relatable. You never know what healing powers a song can have on the mind. Because music has done so much for me, for my mental health, I owe it to the world to sing these songs." Joshua is an Award Winning Charleston, SC local who has been featured on Fox News, ABC News, Balcony TV, 9 to 5 Magazine, Fix FM and even at local schools. His performances and hosted events numbered over 250 in 2017, helping him gather product endorsements from Shubb Capo Company and Nicola Brand Strings. Check him out: soundcloud reverbnation bandcamp www.joshuajarmanmusic.com firstname.lastname@example.org this episode is sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
43 minutes | Nov 6, 2018
037 - Amber Chandler - Life By Design
Amber Chandler Wife | Mother | Author | Speaker Leading others to victory with practical and Biblical principles. Do you find yourself overwhelmed and insecure nearly everyday, apologizing for everything and feeling like you are doing everything wrong? Amber has been there; she lived there for most of her life. But now Amber is living victoriously because she sees herself differently; and refuses to back down from an attack of the enemy. As a practical Christian, Amber realized that we must deal with spiritual things on a daily level. We have the ability to stay victorious even if we don’t have hours to pray. One of her books, Why Did You Make Mosquitos?, is a Children’s Book that Amber wrote and co-illustrated with her daughter, Lily. It shows a realistic conversation between a child and God. The child asks God 10 questions and His answers are simple, but backed with scriptures. It deals with easy and hard questions, but mostly focuses on God’s love for us. The Worrier’s Wish List has been dubbed “The book to help you conquer the anxiety that plagues you everyday.” It takes you on a journey through finding who we battle, why we battle him. Learning what the root cause of anxiety is and how to defeat anxiety one day at a time by using God’s word as our sword. It speaks to individual worries that Amber faced throughout her life and how she became victorious. She shows the reader tools to use and how to speak God’s Word over their own life when anxiety starts to close in. Chandler by Design @chandlerbydesign amberchandlerdesigned @DesignChandler email@example.com This episode sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
33 minutes | Oct 30, 2018
036 - Gil Gatch - This Is Not Legal Advice *grin*
Gil Gatch is a native of Summerville, SC. After having been a worship pastor of a large church in Charlotte, Gil chose to further his education at Southern Evangelical Seminary. After graduating with a B.A. in Religious Studies in 2015, Gil worked for U.S. Senator Tim Scott in Washington D.C. as well as S.C. Representative Katie Arrington. Gil is now enrolled at Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C. He has been married to his beautiful wife Heather for eight years. twitter: @gilgatch FB: Gil Gatch IG: Gil Gatch firstname.lastname@example.org (843) 826-0270 this episode sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
40 minutes | Oct 23, 2018
035 - Jewel Sweeney, Author
I was born in New Jersey, but moved to Massachusetts when I was eight. I came down to Charleston for college so mathematically I’m still a Yankee for four more years. After that I will have lived here longer than I have above the Mason-Dixon line. Surprisingly, my husband was born and raised in Massachusetts. We grew up ten minutes away from each other. We never met until we were down here. I began working at Berkeley High as a PE teacher, volleyball and basketball coach after college. Charlie is an English teacher. We met on my third day at the school and have been side by side since. With our northern blood and approach to life, I attempted a series called Tales of a Transplant, but nobody down here seemed to care for them. Such is life. I continue to write each day regardless of my schedule, or which hat I must throw on. I truly believe my calling from God is to be a writer. I have been asked by a college to speak at one of their chapel services in the 2019-2020 school year. Although I have never been much for public speaking, I feel honored and at peace. I know it is what I am meant to do. As for hobbies, I am quite active. I need to keep in shape as a personal trainer, but I desire to stay in shape for my love of fitness and the results. I read as often as time, and little ones, allow. I’ll read anything from government agents fighting the mysterious international villains to growing my business, to spiritual growth, to short stories, and I love young adult reads. I am a crafty person as well. I used to own a shop in Downtown Summerville called Downtown Crossing. Everything was handmade by myself, my mother, or my sister-in-law. Though the shop is closed, I still love making candles, jewelry, and even knitting. I have shocked quite a few people when I bust out the knitting needles to make a dish cloth. I believe in busy hands. I even work as an Usborne Books and More consultant. I am quite active in church life. I won’t go into details, but I do work the sound booth for our Sunday morning service. I enjoy being a part of the women’s Bible study group. My husband teaches the K-2nd class on Sunday mornings. We lead Financial Peace University classes. And most importantly we try our best to be godly leaders for all around us. My life is an open book, no pun intended. I’m busy constantly, but enjoying the moments that present themselves. jjsweeney.weebly.com FB: Jewel Sweeney Author email@example.com 843.697.1527 this episode is sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
29 minutes | Oct 16, 2018
034 - Liz the Locksmith! - Always Have a Backup!
The key with keys (see what we did there!? *lol*) is to have a backup. Prevention is the cheapest way! At Key Harbor, they specialize in car key duplication and remote fob sales and programming service. Conveniently located at 1055 N. Main Street in Summerville, they strive to offer customers an enjoyable experience. Have a great lunch, go grocery shopping, or even get a massage while they make your car key! Find them everywhere! FB: https://www.facebook.com/KeyHarborSummerville/ web: https://keyharborsummerville.com/ phone: 843-990-3899 This episode sponsored by www.LiveOakRealEstate.net
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