March 4, 2014
Rick Barongi, Director of the Houston Zoo (@houstonzoo on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss what goes into the running and expansion of a major zoo. If anyone follows Craig on instagram (craigprice47) or on Google+ you’ll know right away how much he likes zoos and appreciates animals through his photography. Getting the opportunity to talk to the director of a zoo like the Houston Zoo was quite a treat. The two discuss the unusual situation at the Copenhagen Zoo regarding the euthanasia of a healthy giraffe and how it affects all zoos, the planned expansion of the Houston Zoo to include gorillas in 2015, the not so planned expansion of 6 additional chimpanzees recently as well as what goes into deciding which animals breed, like the new baby elephant and giraffe the zoos delivered this February.
You can learn more about the Houston Zoo at http://HoustonZoo.org.
This episode is also being used to raise money for Orangutan Outreach! Past guest Richard Zimmerman’s Apps of Apes is being utilized by the Houston Zoo so Craig thought helping out Orangutan Outreach indirectly would help out the orangutans at the Houston Zoo too!
DISCLOSURE: The Houston Zoo is not aware or affiliated with this specific charity drive. Any questions should be directed to Craig@SpeakerCraigPrice.com NOT the Houston Zoo.
How can you donate? If you purchase a 2014 calendar of Craig’s nature photography all of the profits will be donated to http://redapes.org. Several of the animals featured were photographed while at the Houston Zoo.
Simply follow this link to buy the calendar and help out!
I have always appreciated fear. Fear does many things: It motivates, it keeps things in check, it stops you from doing stupid things, and it can show that you care. Yet, most people see fear (especially when seen in others) as weakness. This is not accurate; fear is a natural response for …
People want to know what they’re going to get and what they got from your event. They want information in hand, on the cloud, and the second they want it. Yet conferences are still keeping information from their attendees. Look at how conferences are promoted. Most events will offer up agendas, speaker bios and …
Laura Wilson (@lovecoachlaura on twitter) talks to a confused and scared Craig about dating. Being married, Craig is lost when it comes to dating in today’s world but thankfully Laura is here to talk smelly feet, Rock/Horror Musicals and online dating.
Laura is offering a free dating profile evaluation at her website
Greg Kozera joins Craig to discuss his new book “Just the Fracks, Ma’am: The TRUTH about Hydrofracking and the Next Great American Boom”. While this topic has recently become controversial, it’s actually been a process in use for quite a while. Greg answers Craig’s questions on water safety, earthquakes and reminds everyone to not take everything you hear at face value…including modern day documentaries.
You can learn more about Greg’s new book at http://justthefracksbook.com/
Stephanie Vance (@advocacyguru on Twitter) visits Craig while at the National Speakers Association convention in Indianapolis and chats about Lobbyists. They talk about Stephanie’s new book “The Influence Game “, what lobbyists actually do and how you can use their tactics (the ethical ones!) to be more influential in your own life.
Stephanie can be found at http://www.AdvocacyGuru.com and you can get her new book at http://www.TheInfluenceGame.com
May 29, 2012
Alan Cerny (NordlingAICN on twitter) returns for his annual summer movie preview. Craig and Alan talk Prometheus, The Dark Knight Returns, The Amazing Spider-Man, Rock of Ages as well as Pixar’s Brave and other greats flicks due out this summer. Alan even gets Craig to reluctantly talk about the Expendables 2 and GI Joe. If you’re going to the movies, listen to this podcast first.
As always, Alan can be read at Aint it Cool News under the name Nordling.
This week Craig was able to get the world’s most interesting productive (but still interesting!) man, Kirby Lammers to take a moment from his hectic schedule to talk about overcoming illness, living on the road as a musician, his business background, management style and something called “The Crying Room”. No…it’s nothing like the “Crying Game”…thankfully.
You can learn more about Kirby at http://www.kirbylammers.com
In this 1st episode, Craig comes out of his introverted social media hole to sit on the couch with the Gina Schreck of Gettin’ Geeky and Synapse 3Di. They discuss Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and all the ways Craig is completely misusing social media.
Also, Craig takes some accountability and offers a contest to win a free copy of his book “Half a Glass: The Realist’s Guide” to listeners who Find the Flub.