Of all the startups that Ron accumulated throughout his career, which was the most important to him? As he has said many times, it would be his family, his wife, Karen, his son Jaxon and his daughter, Lexi. Today, on the final broadcast of American Entrepreneur Radio, we revisit the first shows after the births of Jaxon and Lexi, where we can hear the real thoughts of a successful entrepreneur facing his biggest challenge yet: being a worthy father to his children. Finally, we end it where it all began, with a rebroadcast of his very first show, originally airing June 20, 1999. Plus, members of the American Entrepreneur Radio staff, as well as a surprise guest at the end of the show, share their thoughts about the end of American Entrepreneur Radio.
A Tough Man For Tough Times
Bruce Williams is back once again offering his no-nonsense, sage advise to help you tackle lifes everyday issues head on. Bruce, a Radio Hall of Fame inductee, is the #6 greatest radio and television talk show host of all-time and is one of the most listened to talk show hosts in the modern era.
Practical Business Advice from a 12-Time Entrepreneur
Ron Morris puts over forty years of entrepreneurial experience to work answering your business questions, solving your business problems, and bringing you all the latest insights from interviews with entrepreneurs and business owners from around the world.
American Entrepreneur Radio host Mark Laskow anchors the final live episode of the radio program, as he talks with three business leaders and good friends of the program, Bob Boyle of JA Sauer Heating and Cooling Company, Lou Stanasolovich of Legend Financial Advisors, and Ken Komoroski of Fulbright and Jaworski, about what lies ahead for business, the economy, and the economic development that is the Marcellus Shale.
American Entrepreneur staff members Brian McMahon, Andrew Rossi, Darryl Grandy and others join host Mike Kauffelt and show callers and listeners in celebrating the life and legacy of the late Ron Morris. They share stories and the lessons they learned from their experiences in working with, learning from, and listening to The American Entrepreneur and Ron Morris.
Range Resources, a great supporter and friend of the show, recently submitted the ad below for print in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review. This is probably one of the most succinct yet thorough descriptions of Ron and what he stood for.
Thank you Range for helping us to continue Ron's legacy!
Ron Morris talks with Jim Rudolph, CEO of Rita’s Italian Ice, and former Franchise developer of the Wendy’s franchise within Western Pennsylvania.
Also, we talk with Robert Rosenberg, the longtime CEO of Dunkin Donuts, and the man who transformed the iconic brand from a family-run local dining establishment to the global powerhouse franchise it is today.
And finally, Ron talks with Varol Ablak, the CEO of Vocelli Pizza, about the remarkable family story of Vocelli Pizza, and the tactics that Varol employs to this day to expand the company's footprint, and to ensure that the Vocelli name is on the forefront of the minds of the consumer who faces a glut of choices when it comes time to order out.