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Taste money you may, but time is more important see, Wesley Wright of Taste & See food truck on Finding Asheville

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Taste money you may, but time is more important see, Wesley Wright of Taste & See food truck on Finding Asheville

Skip the riddle of a headline and listen to the podcast silly….   Nathan sits down with Wesley Wright, owner of Taste & See food truck for the 38th episode of the Finding Asheville Podcast. They chat about growing up in Decatur, Alabama, why watching Paul Prudhomme cook was his gateway to the culinary world, why the AB Tech culinary program is regarded as the Harvard on the hill, why he eventually gave up his passion for cooking for the corporate world, and how ultimately the food truck business provided an escape hatch from that corporate world.   Listen to the full episode below or here: This episode was recorded at Mojo Coworking at 60 North Market Street in Downtown Asheville.    Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes to download to your listening devices each week and get caught up on past episodes!         Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Asheville Facebook page here.   ...

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Beauty of beer pairings with Wesley Wright of Taste & See food truck on Finding Asheville Monday

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Beauty of beer pairings with Wesley Wright of Taste & See food truck on Finding Asheville Monday

The 38th episode of Finding Asheville will be with Wesley Wright owner of Taste & See food truck.   Listen to a preview below:     Nathan sits down with Wesley Wright, owner of Taste & See food truck for the 38th episode of the Finding Asheville Podcast. They chat about growing up in Decatur, Alabama, why watching Paul Prudhomme cook was his gateway to the culinary world, why the AB Tech culinary program is regarded as the Harvard on the hill, why he eventually gave up his passion for cooking for the corporate world, and how ultimately the food truck business provided an escape hatch from that corporate world.   Full episode will be available for download via iTunes June 2nd here.         Remember the easiest way to listen to Finding Asheville each week is by clicking the subscribe button via...

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Finding the ‘tin man’ entrepreneur a heart with Jason Spencer of Tribe.ly on Finding Asheville

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Finding the ‘tin man’ entrepreneur a heart with Jason Spencer of Tribe.ly on Finding Asheville

Finding a heart for the ‘tin man’ entrepreneur?   Nathan sits down with Jason Spencer owner of TRIBE.LY for the 37th episode of Finding Asheville. They chat about growing up in Telford, PA, how he once walked away from his business and his dream by walking straight out his office door and directly home 8 miles in the rain and never looked back, why Asheville offers a safe place to heal, why everyone has a unique gift to offer to the world, and why the concept of resistance can show us what we are ultimately supposed to do with our lives.    Listen to the full episode below or here:   This episode was recorded at Mojo Coworking at 60 North Market Street in Downtown Asheville.    Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes to download to your listening devices each week and get caught up on past episodes!         Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Asheville Facebook page here....

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Rising from the ashes of failure, Jason Spencer of TRIBE.LY on Finding Asheville Monday

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Rising from the ashes of failure, Jason Spencer of TRIBE.LY on Finding Asheville Monday

The 37th episode of Finding Asheville will be with Jason Spencer of TRIBE.LY.   Listen to a preview below:     Nathan sits down with Jason Spencer owner of TRIBE.LY for the 37th episode of Finding Asheville. They chat about growing up in Telford, PA, how he once walked away from his business and his dream by walking straight out his office door and directly home 8 miles in the rain and never looked back, why Asheville offers a safe place to heal, why everyone has a unique gift to offer to the world, and why the concept of resistance can show us what we are ultimately supposed to do with our lives.   Full episode will be available for download via iTunes May 26th here.       Remember the easiest way to listen to Finding Asheville each week is by clicking the subscribe button via iTunes here.  ...

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Revealing the grain of our soul, Scott Meek of Scott Meek Woodworks on Finding Asheville

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Revealing the grain of our soul, Scott Meek of Scott Meek Woodworks on Finding Asheville

Revealing the grain of our soul?   Nathan sits down with Scott Meek owner of Scott Meek Woodworks for the 36th episode of the Finding Asheville podcast. They chat about growing up in Hastings, Mich., why a degree in Engineering isn’t the right answer for everybody that is good at math, how a door-to-door sales job opened up his world perspective, how he had the courage despite one business failing to be able to start another one, why consumers who are already starting to think about where their food comes from needs to have the same mindset when they buy furniture, and why being true to what you want to do is a successful business strategy.    Listen to the full episode below or here: Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes to download to your listening devices each week and get caught up on past episodes!       Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Asheville Facebook page here.  ...

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Finding your truth in your work, Scott Meek of Scott Meek Woodworks on Finding Asheville Monday

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Finding your truth in your work, Scott Meek of Scott Meek Woodworks on Finding Asheville Monday

The 36th episode of Finding Asheville will be with Scott Meek of Scott Meek Woodworks.     Listen to a preview below:     Nathan sits down with Scott Meek owner of Scott Meek Woodworks for the 36th episode of the Finding Asheville podcast. They chat about growing up in Hastings, Mich., why a degree in Engineering isn’t the right answer for everybody that is good at math, how a door-to-door sales job opened up his world perspective, how he had the courage despite one business failing to be able to start another one, why consumers who are already starting to think about where their food comes from needs to have the same mindset when they buy furniture, and why being true to what you want to do is a successful business strategy.   Full episode will be available for download via iTunes May 19th here.       Remember the easiest way to listen to Finding Asheville each week is by clicking the subscribe button via iTunes here....

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The ‘heel’ Asheville needs, Jonathan Wainscott on Finding Asheville

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The ‘heel’ Asheville needs, Jonathan Wainscott on Finding Asheville

The heel the City of Asheville needs?   Nathan sits down with Jonathan Wainscott, former City Council candidate, West Asheville advocate, former woodworker, artist and stay at home dad for the 35th episode of Finding Asheville. They chat about growing up in Clemson, SC, why he eventually pursued a degree in interior design versus political science, why woodworking was initially a passion that eventually wore down over time, what it was like to run for Asheville City Council, and why the lack of embracing elders is perhaps the biggest thing America is missing.   Listen to the full episode below or here: This episode was recorded at Mojo Coworking at 60 North Market Street in Downtown Asheville.      Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes to download to your listening devices each week and get caught up on past episodes!       Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Asheville Facebook page here....

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Aspirational to Inspirational former City Council Candidate Jonathan Wainscott on Finding Asheville Monday

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Aspirational to Inspirational former City Council Candidate Jonathan Wainscott on Finding Asheville Monday

The 35th episode of Finding Asheville will be with Jonathan Wainscott former City Council Candidate, West Asheville advocate, artist, and stay at home dad.   Listen to a preview below:    Nathan sits down with Jonathan Wainscott, former City Council candidate, West Asheville advocate, former woodworker, artist and stay at home dad for the 35th episode of Finding Asheville. They chat about growing up in Clemson, SC, why he eventually pursued a degree in interior design versus political science, why woodworking was initially a passion that eventually wore down over time, what it was like to run for Asheville City Council, and why the lack of embracing elders is perhaps the biggest thing America is missing.   This episode was recorded at Mojo Coworking at 60 North Market Street in Downtown Asheville.     Full episode will be available for download via iTunes May 12th here.     Remember the easiest way to listen to Finding Asheville each week is by clicking the subscribe button via iTunes here. ...

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Evolving into Stability, Sean McNeal of Asheville Growler and Bar of Soap on Finding Asheville

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Evolving into Stability, Sean McNeal of Asheville Growler and Bar of Soap on Finding Asheville

Evolving into stability?   Nathan sits down with Sean McNeal owner of Bar of Soap and Asheville Growler for the 34th episode of Finding Asheville. They chat about growing up in Nashville, TN, why he wanted to write the next great American novel, why he gave up a career as a scuba diving instructor, what it was like to be a wilderness firefighter, his time with the Asheville Global Report, why his multipronged approach at Bar of Soap provides a business failsafe, whether he may have opened Asheville Growler too early, and whether the beer economy has finally been tapped?    Listen to the full episode below or here: This episode was recorded at Mojo Coworking at 60 North Market Street in Downtown Asheville.    Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes to download to your listening devices each week and get caught up on past episodes!     Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Asheville Facebook page here.    **Profile Photo via...

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Mitigating risk with Sean McNeal of Bar of Soap & Asheville Growler on Finding Asheville Monday

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Mitigating risk with Sean McNeal of Bar of Soap & Asheville Growler on Finding Asheville Monday

The 34th episode of the Finding Asheville podcast will be with Sean McNeal owner of Bar of Soap and Asheville Growler.     Listen to a preview below:    Nathan sits down with Sean McNeal owner of Bar of Soap and Asheville Growler for the 34th episode of Finding Asheville. They chat about growing up in Nashville, TN, why he wanted to write the next great American novel, why he gave up a career as a scuba diving instructor, what it was like to be a wilderness firefighter, his time with the Asheville Global Report, why his multipronged approach at Bar of Soap provides a business failsafe, whether he may have opened Asheville Growler too early, and whether the beer economy has finally been tapped?   This episode was recorded at Mojo Coworking at 60 North Market Street in Downtown Asheville.     Full episode will be available for download via iTunes May 5th here.     Remember the easiest way to listen to Finding Asheville each week is by clicking the subscribe button via iTunes...

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