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Discovered as a foundling baby on the streets of Chicago and raised to value service and acts of selflessness, Washington County Judge Joseph Wood shares with us his unique upbringing and describes the moment he contacted the man who saved his life as an infant.We also dive into Judge Wood's career experience at Walmart, share a few Mr. Sam stories, and discuss his work with the Northwest Arkansas community as county judge.

In Episode 8, Charles and Dana were joined by Benton County Judge Barry Moehring and Cindy Moehring, Founder and Executive Chair of the Business Integrity Leadership Initiative at the University of Arkansas, to talk about navigating Benton County's growth, the importance of community dialogue, and their advice to families considering a move to Northwest Arkansas.

In this episode, we'll cover the Bentonville Schools' initiative called Bright Futures, how it was started, who it helps, and how you can get involved to help children in our community.

We’re talking about change and resiliency with guest Jim Haworth.

We invited Andrew Heath, Executive Director of Downtown Bentonville, Inc., to discuss the organization's new partnership with SafeHaven Security Group, with the mission to ensure events like Farmers Market remain safe for families to socialize, support small business, and gather for entertainment.

We spoke with Ken Robertson about his experiences selling a business, purchasing an established business, and launching a start-up business -- all within the past year.

In this episode, we welcome Nick Robbins, Executive Director of Returning Home, a non-profit that helps people with criminal backgrounds --- many of them straight from incarceration --- overcome the barriers to successful reentry.

Every successful business leader will always point to specific people in their lives who mentored them along the way.

How does a career weave from filling prescriptions to radio sales to a leap into successful entrepreneurship? Patrick shares his story, his advice, and the mantra that he's carried through his entire career --- "Where Does It Hurt? How Can I Help?"