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This Life's Work with Charles Rateliff & Friends

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In each episode of This Life’s Work, Charles Rateliff and Dana Sargent Schlagenhaft speak with a guest from the Northwest Arkansas community to learn more about their achievements, failures, motivations, and lessons learned throughout their entire Life’s Work. They'll cover topics like business, entrepreneurship, community leadership, faith, family, work-life balance, and more.

Latest Episodes

Episode 004: Ken Robertson (Entrepreneur)

The last two months have been increasingly challenging for small business owners, but there are great benefits and opportunities for diversifying your portfolio and becoming an entrepreneur. 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.

28 MINMAY 19
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Episode 004: Ken Robertson (Entrepreneur)

Episode 003: Nick Robbins (Returning Home)

Life has changed since our last podcast recording, as the nation and the world have essentially shut down amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. But no matter where you are right now, and many of us are home; we are still creating and fulfilling our Life’s Work. 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. The story of Nick’s Life’s Work is powerful and you won’t want to miss it.

35 MINMAY 6
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Episode 003: Nick Robbins (Returning Home)

Ep. 002: Don Walker and Brad Crain (The Value of Career Mentorship)

How did you get to where you are now in your career? I’m sure you could list a lot of factors. But every successful business leader will always point to specific people in their lives who mentored them along the way. A remarkable 75% of executives say mentoring has been critical to their career development and success. During this episode, we take a look at an exceptional mentorship story in Northwest Arkansas. Don Walker had a remarkable 42-year career at Arvest. During that time, the bank grew from 100 employees and eight Arkansas branches to roughly 6,400 employees and 280 offices in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Don served as a mentor to our second guest, Brad Crain. Brad has been with Arvest for fourteen years and recently moved back to Northwest Arkansas to take the position of President and CEO at Arvest Benton County. We'll discuss their mentorship relationship and the vision required to drive strong mentoring connections.

27 MINMAR 10
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Ep. 002: Don Walker and Brad Crain (The Value of Career Mentorship)

Ep. 001: Patrick Sbarra (Entrepreneurship in Your Second and Third Life Act)

We've all heard the stories of successful college-aged entrepreneurs, but there’s a benefit to becoming a first-time founder in your second and third act of life. That’s what former pharmacist and radio professional, Patrick Sbarra did when he founded shopper marketing agency New Creature and renovating company Lamplighter Restoration. 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?"

44 MINFEB 1
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Ep. 001: Patrick Sbarra (Entrepreneurship in Your Second and Third Life Act)
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Latest Episodes

Episode 004: Ken Robertson (Entrepreneur)

The last two months have been increasingly challenging for small business owners, but there are great benefits and opportunities for diversifying your portfolio and becoming an entrepreneur. 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.

28 MINMAY 19
Comments
Episode 004: Ken Robertson (Entrepreneur)

Episode 003: Nick Robbins (Returning Home)

Life has changed since our last podcast recording, as the nation and the world have essentially shut down amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. But no matter where you are right now, and many of us are home; we are still creating and fulfilling our Life’s Work. 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. The story of Nick’s Life’s Work is powerful and you won’t want to miss it.

35 MINMAY 6
Comments
Episode 003: Nick Robbins (Returning Home)

Ep. 002: Don Walker and Brad Crain (The Value of Career Mentorship)

How did you get to where you are now in your career? I’m sure you could list a lot of factors. But every successful business leader will always point to specific people in their lives who mentored them along the way. A remarkable 75% of executives say mentoring has been critical to their career development and success. During this episode, we take a look at an exceptional mentorship story in Northwest Arkansas. Don Walker had a remarkable 42-year career at Arvest. During that time, the bank grew from 100 employees and eight Arkansas branches to roughly 6,400 employees and 280 offices in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Don served as a mentor to our second guest, Brad Crain. Brad has been with Arvest for fourteen years and recently moved back to Northwest Arkansas to take the position of President and CEO at Arvest Benton County. We'll discuss their mentorship relationship and the vision required to drive strong mentoring connections.

27 MINMAR 10
Comments
Ep. 002: Don Walker and Brad Crain (The Value of Career Mentorship)

Ep. 001: Patrick Sbarra (Entrepreneurship in Your Second and Third Life Act)

We've all heard the stories of successful college-aged entrepreneurs, but there’s a benefit to becoming a first-time founder in your second and third act of life. That’s what former pharmacist and radio professional, Patrick Sbarra did when he founded shopper marketing agency New Creature and renovating company Lamplighter Restoration. 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?"

44 MINFEB 1
Comments
Ep. 001: Patrick Sbarra (Entrepreneurship in Your Second and Third Life Act)
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