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On Think Realty, we'll connect the dots between the real estate agent and the real estate investor. Joining host Tom Rubadue is Native New Yorker, Dr. Tameka Bryant who has dedicated her life to helping others. On this episode, discover... more

Meet the owners of Eagle Animal Hospital and Pet Resort, one of the 25 Under 25 ® class of 2016. Smart Companie-KC host, Kelly Scanlon sits down with Dr. James Sparks and Dr. Matthew Silvius to find out what makes this Northland... more

Have you ever had to fire a client? On Smart Companies Radio find out how to consistently get the clients you want. Host Kelly Scanlon talks with consultant and author Dov Gordon who will help you get more of the customers you want. You'll... more

It's Politics ala Jason today on the QTI Power Hour. There have been a lot of changes and some surprises along the Presidential campaign trail. Host Jason Lofton weighs in with his thoughts and predictions. Plus an update on QTI, and... more

On this episode of Real Estate Matters with hosts Tameka Bryant and Kristi Porter, meet a huge influence on the Kansas City real estate market, Judy Johns. Johns explains how she got into the real estate business more than 35 years... more

Kellen Jones whose name is ubiquitous in the world of private lending in the West and Southwest joins Think Realty host Matt Benson to talk private capital and explain how it's done in the world of private lending. Jones has personally seen... more

Steve and Nicole Pierce are continuing the family tradition that has been a part of Muehlebach Funeral Care since it was first established in 1954 by James Harrington. Muehlebach Funeral Care was the first funeral home to sell... more

Maxwell Ivey, is a totally blind business owner, blogger, sometimes podcaster, and newly self published author. His primary business is helping people sell new and used amusement equipment and related items. He started his business... more

On the QTI Power Hour with hosts Jason Lofton and Steve Kucharski, you'll hear how Roger and Dana Ward through their military training, business seminars, and life experiences were actually training for their next big adventure.... more

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