Executive Director of Trips for Kids Eric Supil has a passion for biking, something we don't quite understand but are definitely drawn to. He's taken that passion and translated it into a career of helping young kids explore the outdoors and find their own independence through biking in Charlotte.
It's time for our 6 month check-in with hygge owner Garrett Tichy. In this episode we dive into our recent acquisition of Advent Coworking, talk about reviving community and share what it's like to grow a small team quickly.
This week on Zero to Ten we sit down with hygge team member and local yoga teacher Ben Kalra to talk about finding your life's passion, representation in basketball and some fun recreational activities.
People don't like to discuss death, but it's a fact of life, and one that life insurance agent Bill Wormley tries to make less scary through his work. We sit down to talk with him about his business and his recent move to Charlotte.
Dave Butler is likely one of the coolest, most creative, most generous people we know. One of our favorite things about this episode is learning how he's been able to get involved in so many projects that all work together to further his life goals and mission.
We're finally getting the chance to sit down with hygge's director of membership Chloe Barksdale 9 months after she's joined the team to learn a bit more about her and what she does.
We're sitting down with local coffee roaster Chandler Wrenn, one of the owners of Hex Coffee, a former city planner and musician, and someone we think is pretty funny and cool, even if his kids don't think so.
We're sitting down with #hyggefam member Bryce, who tells about his path to racial justice work, how he's breaking down a complex topic so it's approachable to folks and his history as a college athlete.
We sat down with hygge coworking owner Garrett Tichy to get a bit of a state of the union on business as the year begins. Hear what he's proud of over the last 6 months and where he plans to take the business this year.
Over a year ago, we sat with Courtney Estes, owner of Lincoln's Haberdashery, on one of the worst days of her life. She had just laid off most of her staff and had no idea if her restaurant would survive. In this episode we check in with her to see how Lincoln's is doing and what's next.
A lot has happened since we last spoke with Julia, personally and professionally. Even amid a pandemic, she's gotten engaged and married, has grown her team at Julia Fay Photography and is back at her pre-pandemic work level. Listen in for more deets on what running a photography business looks like in the current world.
Small business owner Erin Waters is not one to words, and we love her for that. As a massage therapist with a petite bodywork studio, she has been hit hard by the pandemic. In this episode, she'll share some of her frustrations struggling to meet ends meet while seeing people continue to gather maskless and spread the Covid-19 virus. Listen in for some refreshing tough love from one heck of a person.
Being a travel advisor in the middle of a global pandemic when many countries are limiting their travel is no easy thing. We sat down with Ashley to talk about how she handled everything, why she decided to jump into her business full time anyway, and what advice she has for others.
In this episode we're chatting with Jennifer Bishop, owner of local event company J. Leigh Events, about how she survived the pandemic and what she's doing differently now in the face of the Delta variant.
Founder and CEO of the American Pit Bull Foundation Sara Ondrako is sitting down with us to talk about how her nonprofit survived the pandemic, what long lasting affects Covid-19 has had on their funding and advice for other nonprofits facing the Delta variant.
Hygge's owner Garrett Tichy is taking over Zero to Ten to talk with Alyssa, the usual Zero to Ten host, about her used bookstore at Camp North End. Alyssa shares how That's Novel Books opened two weeks before the state shut down last year, what she did to survive as a business owner and what's next.
You'd be hard pressed to find a small business owner who didn't learn something throughout the pandemic, but for Olivia Wolff, co-founder of UpDog Kombucha, the lesson was a particularly hard one: she learned she was not the best person to be running her company. Listen in as she tells us about keeping the business afloat during 2020 and finding a buyer to take over.
Over a year ago, Garrett and George first on a podcast about how the Covid-19 pandemic had affected George's music lesson business, Bold Music Co. We're catching back up with this local entrepreneur to see how things are going and what's next.
We sat down with hygge's owner Garrett Tichy to get an update on business as coworking adjusts to life opening up after the pandemic. He shares more about what hygge coworking faced during the pandemic and how we are still working through it all now as a small team of three.
In this extra special episode, Garrett guest-hosts while we hear from Niché Faulkner, a Charlotte yoga trainer and the co-founder of SHAE Movement African Arts, on the state of the city's yoga community post-pandemic and the lack of diversity in yoga spaces.
Mental health and physical wellness often go hand in hand, both in good ways and bad. While physical wellness can alleviate symptoms of mental illness, there's a line that can be crossed. This week we're sitting down with hygge wellness's GM Jamie Horn to talk about her history with this and how hygge wellness tries to keep people well in the safest ways.
If you've been struggling with your mental wellness lately, you're not alone. For Mental Health Awareness Month we're sitting down with Dana Burbridge Pennington and Jenee Thorsell, the owners and therapists behind Starting Point Counseling and Wellness in Charlotte. We chat about changes in therapy over the past year, tips for finding the best therapist for you and other ways you can prioritize your mental wellness.
"Sometimes life is just more fun when you wing it." That's what we did for this week's Zero to Ten episode. Alyssa was in need of another guest, so she forced the unsuspecting Hannah Krueger to hop on the mic and participate with no preparation whatsoever. The result? Well... it's a weird, kind of awkward episode, we won't lie. We talk about things like pie, Pitbull, and her favorite take out spots in Charlotte. We still think it's a fun episode, though. Give it a listen.
When Stacy Cassio started Pink Mentor Network 4 years ago, she saw it primarily as a B2C company. She would work with local Charlotte women on creating a community that could learn from each other and lift each other up. The pandemic changed all of that, though, and Stacy has seen her business primarily switch to B2B. It's a journey she didn't expect, but is embracing wholeheartedly. We talk with her about that, the survivors guilt of seeing a business succeed while so many others have failed, and what's next for her on this episode.