Charlottesville Violence, Spam, Teaching Kids Boundaries
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1268
- Aug 14, 2017 4:00 pm
- 2:22:48 mins
Charlottesville Violence (17:34) Joe Cannon is the CEO of the Fuel Freedom Foundation, former Chairman of the Utah Republican Party, past assistant administrator in the US EPA, and editor of the Deseret News. Joe Cannon discusses the violence in Charlottesville, VA and the current news out of North Korea. History of Spam (1:06:37) Ayalla Ruvio is a professor at the Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. She is a consumer behavior researcher, and her research focuses on how people express who they are through possessions and experiences. Her research has been featured in many media outlets all around the world, including CNN, Today Show, Good Morning America, TIME magazine, The New York Times, and Forbes. When you think of Spam you probably envision the dark blue can with rounded edges and bright yellow lettering, and the picture of a Spam sandwich. Most people can picture in their minds what Spam looks like, even if they’ve never tried it. Since Spam first went on supermarket shelves in 1937, over 8 Billion cans of Spam have been sold in 44 countries around the world. How did Spam become so successful? Spam is both one of the greatest business success stories and also a cultural phenomenon. Ayalla Ruvio shares her research on Spam’s successful journey. Teaching Kids and Adults to Have Boundaries (1:51:11) Nicole Cunningham is a Master Executive Coach with 15 years of coaching and consulting experience. Nicole has dedicated her career to assisting companies, individuals and families in Australia, Malaysia, UK, Singapore and America to understand, change and improve human behavior and relationships. Nicole is a people whisperer, she has an incomparable understanding of all aspects of human nature and she is the creator behind the 12 Psychological Inclinations. She is also the COO at Clarity Point Coaching. Nicole Cunningham talks about Teaching kids and adults to have boundaries.