01 Oct October 1, 2021 – Acquira Kylon Gienger, TV Star James ‘Murr’ Murray and Beverly Jones
James Murray – CEO of Impractical Productions, LLC
‘Stowaway’ is my 219th book and my best one! If you love
‘Silence of the Lambs,’ this is for you.
James Murray is a writer, executive producer, and actor, best known as “Murr” on the hit television show Impractical Jokers on truTV. He is also one of the stars of the TV show The Misery Index on TBS along with his comedy troupe, The Tenderloins. He has worked as the Senior Vice President of Development for NorthSouth Productions for a decade, is the owner of Impractical Productions, LLC, and is the author of the international bestselling novels Awakened and The Brink. Originally from Staten Island, he now lives in Princeton, NJ.
Kylon Gienger – President at Acquira
We have helped 350 entrepreneurs on their
Kylon Gienger has started and led multiple businesses with 3 exits under his belt. He is the president of Acquira, an investment fund, and accelerator for acquisition entrepreneurs. Basically, Kylon helps folks acquire $1mm-$5mm small businesses and then systematize and grow them. Kylon has lots of insights for listeners to thrive in business.
Beverly Jones – Executive coach, Author of Find Your Happy at Work: 50 Ways to Get Unstuck, Move Past Boredom, and Discover Fulfillment, Jazzed About Work podcast on NPR.org
You can make yourself measurably happier if you can pause
and think about something you are grateful for. You cannot
feel anxious and feel grateful at the same time.
Beverly E. Jones is a master of career reinvention. She started out as a writer for TV and radio, shifted to leading university programs for women while earning her MBA, and then went to law school. Now she is an author, speaker, podcaster, and coach. Throughout, Jones has mentored and supported professionals of all ages to enjoy successful careers. Jones serves as a fellow at Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Service. She has been quoted in numerous media, including the New York Times, CNN, NPR, Money, and Forbes. Jones and her husband, journalist Andy Alexander, live in Washington, DC, and Rappahannock County, Virginia.