Lisa and Paul Raggio from One True North provide advice on life and business to local business owners in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Lisa and Paul Raggio speak to Calvin Hedman, President of Hedman Partners, about his work providing accounting services to entrepreneurial businesses and what inspires him help growing companies.
Lisa and Paul Raggio offer their reflections on 9/11 ahead of the 20th anniversary of the deadly terrorist attack.
Lisa and Paul Raggio invite Jennifer and Carlo Avancena, the co-owners of Calajo Catering, onto the podcast to talk about their business and how it allows them to share their culture through food.
Lisa and Paul Raggio invite guest Brian Koegle onto the podcast to talk about his practice in employment and labor law and share the passion he has for his business.
Lisa and Paul Raggio share tips for transitioning teams from working remotely to returning to the office.
Lisa and Paul Raggio discuss the important issues of workplace Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging.
Lisa and Paul Raggio talk to the president of Vance Wealth, John Vance and discuss the challenges businesses face emerging from the pandemic.
Lisa and Paul Raggio go through the business mindset going from good to great. Together, they discuss the growth mindset, purpose, and vision to be able to make impactful changes as a business leader and for a business.
Paul Raggio and Lisa Raggio discuss ambiguity in the workplace and society. They discuss the case of CDC’s updated mask wearing guidance for vaccinated people and how important the role of communication is within a business to avoid ambiguity.
Paul and Lisa Raggio sit down with Hillary Broadwater. Owner and Creative Director of QM Design Group in Santa Clarita. QM Design Group is an award-winning women-owned creative design agency that delivers exceptional big agency creativity with the care and attention to detail of a small firm for businesses who want to voice to be heard. They discuss how mentors in the community guided her and how her Hillary’s values have shaped he...
Paul and Lisa Raggio focus this week’s episode on women in leadership. Together, they share opportunities for women in the community and ways women can understand and overcome barriers in their professional career. Paul and Lisa also reflect on experiences about their mother being a leader in the community and in business, Paul discusses his experience in Vietnam and how the role of women continues to grow, and Lisa talks about the...
Paul and Lisa Raggio sit down with Sharlene Duzick, the 94th President of JCI California, about the importance of leadership and recognizing skills and abilities in yourself rather than comparisons against other individuals. As the President of JCI, Sharlene talks about what JCI is and what are some of the leadership challenges she has faced during her time.
Paul and Lisa Raggio sit down with Jon Gardner, President and CEO of JSG Insurance, about how he has helped people evaluate their insurance needs and current coverage, educating them on how insurance works, and explaining everything in plain English, all before they have a loss. Jon also explains how his business has adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic for his clients and his staff.
Mayor Bill Miranda sits down with Paul and Lisa Raggio to introduce a new partnership with the Bill Miranda Leadership Center and One True North: Executive Roundtable. This new partnership focuses on the BMC’s of leadership: body, mind, and character. As the episodes progresses, Paul, Lisa, and Mayor Bill Miranda dive deep into how impactful this new partnership will be for current and future business leaders in the Santa Clarita V...
Paul and Lisa Raggio discuss the role of marketing and the foundational aspects that help shape your business. They discuss the development and definition of “why,” the importance of business development, stewardship, etc. Paul and Lisa tie this into the pandemic and how businesses can attract and retain new customers, but also connect with current customers.
Paul and Lisa Raggio sit down with Sonya Kay Blake, CEO and President of the Valley Economic Alliance. She facilities economic development in the San Fernando Valley, an area that has five cities, 1.9 million residents, and 64,000 businesses. Sonya talks about how her alliance engages stakeholders in business to create and retain jobs as well as improve the quality of life in the San Fernando Valley area.
Michelle Ray is the Executive Director of the College of the Canyons Foundation. She is focused on asking the question, “How can I make an impact?” In her discussion with Paul and Lisa Raggio, Michelle discusses her roles at College of the Canyons and Power of Philanthropy (POP) to provide individuals, families, and organizations the ability to create a positive impact in their community.
Paul and Lisa Raggio discuss two tools that can be used for business success. The first, DGLPA or, Dreams Goals Learning Planning Action, is a great way where you can identify small changes that create large impacts to your business goals. The second, IVVM or Ideation Visualization Verbalization Materialization, is a tool you can use to make your business dreams clearer
Paul and Lisa Raggio speak with Keri Aaver, Director of Job Placement at College of the Canyons. Keri has found her niche in building effective teams that fast track job seekers into sustainable employment using individual strengths and comprehensive career development training. Keri discusses ways that employees can improve their weaknesses, increase their productivity, and lead extraordinary lives.
Paul and Lisa Raggio sits down with Patti Handy, a wealth advisor, as she discusses her professional pathway and her accomplishments. Patti also explains how money stories influence us from our upbringing to our adult life, including the beliefs about money and the limits we impose on it.
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The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
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