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Welcome to Breakfast at Stinson's! So how do you define success? In fact, what does that even mean, and how does your definition of it impact your life on a daily basis and the decisions you make? In Breakfast at Stinson’s, recovering attorney and banker John Asher Thompson discusses these questions with a range of successful people— entrepreneurs, moms, dads, musicians and artists, a Hollywood producer or two and many more. John’s aim is to ask the questions others may not, and in the proce ...
 
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So what do you do when school's out.... in March?! The answer for most of us is, we have no idea! That's why we asked Taresa. She's the author of The Homeschool Experiment and the creator of thehomeschoolexperiment.com. We're all at home now, trying to hold down jobs, put food on the table, teach our kids about life, and teach them math too. Taresa…
 
John Asher Thompson III, also known as Boe, was born 5 days before 9/11. He survived the NICU at St. David’s Hospital, came home with monitors and wires attached, and took drops of caffeine to keep his breathing regular. That scrawny kid is now 6’1” and 230 lbs and is the starting guard on his HS football team. He loves music, friends and driving. …
 
Becca Matimba is first generation African-American born and raised in Texas. She’s 24, has a BBA in Marketing, studied the Meisner method in San Fran, runs her own photography business, loves to travel and tell stories. And she also happens to produce our podcast! Becca brings her experiences, insights and unique perspective to our conversation on …
 
Rodney Rice, known to some as Rocket, was bitten by the entrepreneurial bug while eating rotisserie chicken and swilling wine Hemingway-style in Madrid nearly 30 years ago. After a stint on Wall Street, Rodney became part of the founding management team of Einstein Bros Bagels, before venturing out and starting Home Advisors (formerly Service Magic…
 
If you have or someone you care about has experienced the NICU, and especially if you are a parent whose child has spent time in the NICU, Kelli Kelley is someone you should know. She lived a story that hits very close to home, and she decided to do something about it. So she started Hand to Hold, which is all about helping families before, during,…
 
Born and raised in the real Jersey Shore, with dreams of playing in the NFL, Gordon Marino was hit with a hard right that dropped him to his knees. So he did what anyone would do—he learned Danish and studied Kierkegaard. Fighter, philosopher, writer and professor, Gordon holds degrees from Columbia and Penn, with a PhD from the University of Chica…
 
Children’s book author Kat Kronenberg dares us to dream big. After losing both her brother and sister to heart arrhythmias, Kat was at a symphony when, as she says, something whacked her over the head and she decided to write a book about the power of a smile in people’s lives. Since then she’s become a best selling author, and she’s not close to d…
 
The original John Asher Thompson joins Breakfast at Stinsons in this episode to talk about his life, from a small west Texas town to the Gulf of Tonkin and later all over the world with Delta Airlines. A wonderful husband and dad, cancer survivor and Parkinson’s combatant, and a naval aviator who flew 220 missions off carriers in Vietnam too, John …
 
Raised in New Orleans, Jeanne Lewis cut her professional teeth in the media worlds of New York and San Francisco, before venturing out on her own to start up, and then sell, her first internet business called CreativeBug. Now she’s off to the Big Island with her rum philosopher husband and daughters, while building her second web-based business. On…
 
Mike Cross is the best blues singer and musician in Austin, Texas today. Maybe that’s just our humble opinion but you should listen for yourself. Introduced to the guitar in Navajo tent meetings when he was a child, Mike hasn’t put it down since. His music is inspired by his mother’s piano playing, Mahalia Jackson, Marvin Gaye, the Beatles and othe…
 
Deep Eddy Vodka? Chad Auler invented it (with his partner). Dulce Vida Tequila? Chad owns it. A lifelong Austin resident and sixth generation Texan, Chad is active with The University of Texas, many boards and philanthropic endeavors. He’s a family man and an avid golfer and outdoorsman. On this episode Chad shares his insights on success, life, fa…
 
Black Barn is not your run of the mill investments shop. For one thing its founder Sara Glakas wants to listen. She started the Austin Women’s Investing Group, she’s active in the Initiative to Educate Afghan Women, and she also won 4 national championships with her NCAA basketball team. Sara is also a mom and wife and somehow keeps it all moving i…
 
Raised in Florida, artist and designer, Chase Heard was educated in Virginia, where he developed his painting skills and met the friends who would become the band Wrinkle Neck Mules. After several years painting and playing music with the Mules he relocated to Austin, TX to pursue his passion for design. He received his Masters of Architecture at U…
 
Dean Campbell is a good friend and fine man. He has coached at the D1 level for 38 years, both as a position coach and coordinator. He has coached in 20 bowl games and also coached 2 players in the College Football Hall of Fame. He finished his coaching career by turning around the Hyde Park High School football team and has left a powerful legacy …
 
Raised in Fort Worth, Texas, Marty Bowen has reached the pinnacle of success in Hollywood, having produced films like for Love, Simon (2018), the Twilight Saga (2008) The Maze Runner (2014), Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018) and Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015) and First Man (2018) with Ryan Gosling and Academy-Award winning director, Damien …
 
If you haven’t heard of Bumble, you’re not paying attention. Alex Williamson is Bumble’s, Chief Brand Officer and joins us in this episode to talk about how Bumble got started and the inspiration behind founder, Whitney Wolfe Herd’s innovative and radically new networking platform. Alex has her own story to tell as well and it is well worth the lis…
 
The story of David Kirschner’s dad might be one of the most remarkable Holocaust stories you’ll hear. Maybe just the most remarkable story period. Just as powerful is the legacy he left behind in his family. David, who has worked at Goldman Sachs for over 20 years and serves on the firm’s Top Advisors and Advisors Council Groups, joins us in the po…
 
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