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MEP174: Steve Kossakoski, Founder of the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School

Guest Bio:  Stephen Kossakoski is an experienced teacher, administrator, and educational technology leader. Dr. Kossakoski is currently the CEO of the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School, New Hampshire’s first statewide online virtual public school with the goal of providing students with anytime anywhere access to a rigorous, personalized education. Under his leadership the school has […]

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Episode 173: Kim Loomis, Director of Online & Blended Learning at Clark County School District

  Kim Loomis came to the Clark County (NV) School District (CCSD) more than 20 years ago, and has since worked with the Nevada Learning Academy at CCSD (NVLA) as a founding teacher, instructional designer and curriculum administrator. The NVLA is part of the CCSD and offers three programs to students in grades 6-12: A […]

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Episode 171: Why “You Are The One” with Transformational Coach Kute Blackson

  Kute Blackson, spiritual and transformational coach, talks about growing up in the huge shadow of his father, finding his authentic voice and mission, and why each one of us is “THE ONE”. Guest Bio: A charismatic visionary and transformational teacher, Kute Blackson offers a fresh, bold look at spiritual awareness for a whole new […]

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Episode 170: Jason Gaignard on How to Build Authentic Relationships

  Jayson Gaignard, entrepreneur and author of Mastermind Dinners, talks about starting a business and being in debt and how he changed his mindset to being value-driven; building a business he’s proud of, and how to build and cultivate authentic relationships. Guest Bio: Jayson Gaignard is a Canadian entrepreneur, networking specialist, and author who founded […]

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Jim Harshaw

Episode 148: All-American College Wrestler Jim Harshaw on Failure’s Role in Success in Sports, Business, and Life

Jim Harshaw of Wrestling with Success Podcast talks about struggle, resilience and using adversity to your advantage, and how this is important to instill in our kids, and in our classrooms. Guest Bio: Failure, struggle and setbacks are not only an inevitable part of life but a necessary step on the path to success. Jim […]

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