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Ep.37 – Kevin (Arthur) Thomas

Kevin was born as a young child to Don & Audrey. Don & Audrey then had three daughters, so it was Kevin and Dad against the four women. That is where he got his sensitive side. He really started enjoying taking things apart when he finally was able to put them back together and they […]

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Ep.36 – Jason Liller Returns

Jason Liller returns to the podcast for another discussion around publishing, writing, speaking and the new Stone Soup Group coming soon from both Mark Matteson and Jason Liller.

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Ep.34 – Larry Zollinger

Larry Zollinger helps facilities solve their HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing issues through comprehensive maintenance agreements for all trades. He consults with business owners and managers to help them better control of their utility costs. He works with all of our branches state wide to help our customers that have multiple locations.  

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Ep.35 – Jason Gay

Jason Gay is the Owner and Operator of Maine Wood Signs (https://mainewoodsigns.com/) With a background in communications, internet, and app development Jason is right at home running the technical aspects of their new CNC milling operation. His experience in graphic design is also a huge benefit.  

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Ep.33 – Swen Nater

Swen Nater has a truly remarkable story. No one has done what he did. He never played high school basketball (cut from tryouts) and sat the bench behind Bill Walton at UCLA. Yet, he was the 16th overall pick in the 1973 NBA draft. Swen chose the ABA first; he was not satisfied with simply […]

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Ep.32 – Ellen Rohr

Ellen Rohr started Bare Bones Biz, a venture capital and consulting company in 1995 to help folks of all ages turn their big ideas into successful businesses. Ellen is also a successful franchisor, helping launch a plumbing franchise to 47 locations and $40 million in sales in under 2 years. Now, she is the president […]

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Ep.31 – Paul Kelly

Paul Kelly brings over 35 years in the home services industry and purchased Parker and Sons in 2004, where he grew the business from 25 trucks and $7 million in revenue to more than 350 trucks and $125 million in revenue in 2019. Under Kelly’s leadership, Parker and Sons has become one of the largest […]

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Ep.30 – Stone Soup Group

In this episode of On Books and People, we flip the script with Jason Liller (Liller Creative) interviews host Mark Matteson and discusses his career, advice for speakers and writers, and the introduction of their new joint venture – Stone Soup Group – and online community which works with speakers and writers from novice to seasoned […]

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Ep.29 – Roy Newey

Roy Newey has spent 40 years running his own companies and selling them. Leading companies from £3m to £180m turnover and acting on the boards of more than 100 growth companies over the last 20 years. Consulting in 85 countries then opening businesses in 15 countries by working with the public, private and not for […]

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Ep.28 – Sylvia Hampel

Since 1995, Sylvia Hampel has shaped the training programs, product choices and systematic cleaning services that make Clearview Cleaning one of the top commercial janitorial companies. Ms. Hampel is a strong advocate throughout the community on the benefits of green cleaning methods and products and achieving LEED certification for her clients. Prior to founding Clearview […]

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Ep.27 – Donna Cameron

Donna Cameron has spent her career working with nonprofit organizations and causes—as an executive, consultant, trainer, and volunteer. She has seen kindness in action and been awed by its power to transform. While she considered herself a reasonably nice person (with occasional lapses into crankiness), she knew that true kindness was a step above. When […]

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Ep.26 – Steve Miles

Steve Miles is VP & CEO of Jerry Kelly Heating and Air Conditioning Company in St. Charles Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis, and a recipient of the 2017 Ron Smith Leadership Award. Steve has been with Jerry Kelly since 1994 (serving as General Manager since 1999). Among other things, he’s known throughout the HVAC […]

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Ep.25 – Jason Liller

After serving in the US Air Force during the First Gulf War, Jason Liller made the fateful decision to visit his local bookstore and ask for a job, beginning a thirty-year odyssey of bookselling, publishing, writing, and editing. Recruited by the legendary Charlie “Tremendous” Jones, Jason spent almost twenty years helping run his publishing company, […]

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Ep.24 – Kenny Chapman

Kenny Chapman is an acclaimed authority on helping people discover their true potential. His compelling teachings have inspired individuals worldwide to reshape their lives and organizations, creating lasting change and unparalleled success. An entrepreneur at heart, Kenny built a highly successful plumbing/HVAC company which created the personal freedom to travel and pursue other endeavors. To […]

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Ep.23 – Adam Christing

Adam Christing has been featured on more than 100 radio & TV shows including ABC World News, PBS, and Entertainment Tonight. He is the President of CleanComedians.com, an entertainment & speakers bureau. He has personally given more than 4,000 performances and speeches. Adam is a popular master of ceremonies and is the author of Your […]

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Ep.22 – David Heimer

David Heimer is a founder of Service Nation Inc. and currently serves as Senior Vice President where he is responsible for business operations, sales, and technology deployments. He has been instrumental in building the company’s membership offerings (Service Roundtable and Service Nation Alliance) designed to provide service contractors with an affordable means to improve their […]

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Ep.21 – Tom Jackson

Tom Jackson is the chief executive officer of Jackson Systems, LLC. A Purdue University graduate, Tom is a degreed engineer and spent several years as a territory manager with a large heating and cooling wholesaler in Indiana. During that time, Tom learned a great deal about controls, equipment and incredible client service. In 1997, Tom […]

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Ep.20 – Chuck Lencheck

Chuck Lencheck is Sr. Vice President Channel Development at Service Partners which is the leading distributor of residential insulation products and related accessories in the United States. With over 75 distribution centers that offer a comprehensive array of products and services.

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Ep.19 – Nancy Soloman

The CEO and Founder of The Leadership Incubator, Nancy D. Solomon is an experienced and inspiring Leadership Keynote Speaker. Currently, she delivers high energy, inspiring, relevant and timely content to thousands of people in 85 countries. Passionate about helping people become the leaders they are born to be, Nancy deeply connects with the audience and […]

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Ep.18 – Christine Rose

Christine Rose is passionate about coaching, people, and culture. Her life mission: Compassionately developing people to life their best future. Founder and CEO of Christine Rose Coaching & Consulting, a Seattle/Tacoma based coaching firm, Christine helps CEOs and SMEs from startups to $50M annual revenues in a variety of industries to grow leadership, effective and […]

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Ep.17 – Bob Burg

Bob Burg shares information on topics vital to the success of today’s businessperson. He speaks for corporations and associations internationally, including fortune 500 companies, franchises, and numerous direct sales organizations. Bob regularly addresses audiences ranging in size from 50 to 16,000 — sharing the platform with notables including today’s top thought leaders, broadcast personalities, Olympic […]

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Ep.16 – Michael Angelo Caruso

Michael Angelo Caruso teaches people how to be better speakers and presenters so they can help more people and amp up their careers. He utilizes his unique background in the technology sector and a separate career in the entertainment business to deliver keynote speeches that feel like a combination of your best teacher and your […]

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Ep.15 – Patrick Snow

PATRICK SNOW is an international best-selling author, professional keynote speaker, publishing, speaking and book marketing coach. He first discovered his gift for speaking at the age of 17 while giving the pre-game speeches to his high school football team. Since then, Patrick has electrified more than 3,000 audiences on four continents to create their individual […]

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Ep.14 – Public Promises

“Public Postings” comes straight from Mark’s new e-book “When The Tide Comes Back In…” Available soon on his website.

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Ep.13 – Kelly Schols

Kelly Schols is a speaker, author, success mentor, and business consultant. Kelly’s book: “Never by the Book” offers readers a ‘how to’ manual for living, loving, accepting life’s inevitable pain, and growing in spite of it. The book is raw, real, and riveting. Author Kelly Schols shares his life story in a strikingly transparent style […]

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Ep.12 – This Too Shall Pass

“This Too Shall Pass” comes straight from Mark’s new e-book “When The Tide Comes Back In…” Available soon on his website.

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Ep.11 – Jay Lipsey

Jay Lipsey has nearly 20 years of experience in corporate finance, real estate, and strategic consulting across a variety of industries. He started his career in the debt capital markets group of National City Bank (now part of PNC), where he syndicated bank loans on behalf of borrowers in the manufacturing, food and beverage, and […]

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Ep.10 – Andrew Bennet

Andrew Bennett is a former corporate executive with a Fortune 100 company who started his career as H. Ross Perot’s personal assistant. Eight years later he led a $65 million business in Australia. He has over two decades experience as a global leadership and organizational culture consultant and executive coach working with clients all over […]

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Ep.9 – Ron Smith

A true entrepreneur, in 1965 he founded Modern Air Conditioning, Inc in Ft. Myers, FL with a borrowed $500, no customers and no coworkers, and built it into one of the premier and most recognized and respected firms in the U.S. with $15 million in annual revenues (that translates to $40 million to $45 million […]

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Ep.8 – Potential and Awareness

POTENTIAL Just what exactly are you capable of?  Are you manifesting all that is in you?  If we are honest with ourselves, the answer, for most of us, is no.  Potential is like an iceberg.  90% of it is unseen. The world only sees 10% or less.  Margaret Mead once said, “Most human beings operate […]

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Ep.7 – Tim Brink

Tim Brink is the chief operating officer at the Mechanical Contractors Association of America. He’s also the executive director of the association’s foundation, the Mechanical Contracting Education and Research Foundation. Tim brings a unique perspective to his work at MCAA. He’s served in virtually every role in our industry, including a contractor, local association exec, […]

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Ep.6 – Dr. Hal Urban

Since 1992 Dr. Hal Urban has been passionately dedicated to the Character Education movement, and is recognized as one of the leaders in the field. He has been speaking both nationally and internationally since then.  It all started with his best-selling “Life’s Greatest Lessons.”  He is the author of seven books. You can learn more here https://halurban.com/ […]

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Ep.5 – Goal Achievement (How to Go From HERE to THERE!)

New Years Resolution don’t work. There, I said it and I am glad. We need to wake up! According to Newsweek “89% of American set Resolutions and only 49% are successful in achieving them six months later!” It’s a trap called “Fresh-Startism”. (This time it will be different.) Rubbish! It’s a wish. I ask people […]

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Ep.4 – Nic Bittle

Nic Bittle is the founder of Work Force Pro and works with contractors that want to prepare and develop their workforce to lead with impact, act like a pro, and perform at their best on a daily basis. He does this in a variety of different ways. Nic is author of three books, Small Business, […]

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Ep.3 – Elaina Burdick Wellstead

Elaina (Burdick) Wellstead is the President of EB&L Marketing (https://ebandlmarketing.com/), a full service HVAC marketing firm. Elaina grew up around HVAC and recognized that residential contractors – with their limited time and marketing training – needed help promoting their companies. This led her to open a marketing company that is 100% focused on HVAC. Her […]

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Ep.2- Optimism and Attitude

Most people want to be happy.  If you ask 100 people, 80% will say, “Of course I want to be happy.  Doesn’t everyone?”  Yet most of those people are not.  Why?  What causes happiness?  Can it be created? I believe the answer is yes.  Abraham Lincoln, who suffered more tragedy and heartache than most men […]

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Ep.1- Kevin Knebl

Kevin Knebl is an international speaker, author, trainer, and Joie de Vivre coach, whose clients include small, medium, and Fortune 500 companies. He’s an in-demand, leading authority on social selling, relationship marketing, LinkedIn and Twitter, with a healthy dose of personal development and humor blended in for good measure for conferences, conventions, company training, and […]

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