Memorable class clowns in high school.
Revolutionary LGBT marketing and advertising executives.
Meet Tim Bennett and John Nash, co-hosts of The Focus Group, their weekly broadcast that invites you to share in a friendship spanning 30 plus years, while serving up the savvy side of nine to five. Together Tim and John bring to life the show’s motto of Listen, Laugh and Learn with entertaining banter and unique voices.
Career coach and executive recruiter Bruce Hurwitz, from Hurwitz Staffing Solutions, debunks the belief that you have to be underemployed later in your career if you want to work into your 60′s and beyond. The Founder of “USA Today,” Al Nueharth, is our Business Birthday, a Thai Turtle full of coins caught John’s eye, and Tim’s List looks at the Ten Most Powerful and Influential Companies in the USA for 2017.
Canadian fast food chain Original Joe’s thanks diners for not drinking and driving, some think LGBT Media is too white, and Happy Birthday Fabio! The Random Sample includes an ingenious, but maybe not suitable for work reference to the blizzard and getting plowed, vandalism at LGBT Centers, dressing The Trumps, and an LGBT sailing team. Tim’s List reveals the Top 10 2017 Spring Break destinations in the USA. Where else can you get all this and more?
Partners in real estate and partners in life: Tom Postilio & Mickey Conlon. As stars of HGTV’s reality hit series “Selling New York,” the two were appropriately dubbed “The Dream Team.” Named among the Top 1,000 Real Estate Professionals in the United States by the “Wall Street Journal,” Tom and Mickey are responsible for over $1.5 billion in residential sales, and have shattered records for a considerable number of Manhattan’s more desirable buildings, but also for entire neighborhoods. First though, be careful of those Peep Oreos…yuck! A look back on the Palm Pilot, a mutual fund that excludes LGBT friendly companies, and two TV ads with LGBT themes round out a very busy show. Tim’s List looks at the 7 Best European Countries for Dual Citizenship.
We kept what you love and added a new LGBT News segment—The Random Sample. Each week we select stories from local and national LGBT news sources that we think should be top of mind. This week, Grindr gets a workout at CPAC, Washington, D.C. is a finalist to host Gay Games 2022, and 3 LGBT owned businesses in the Atlanta area are profiled. Tim’s List looks at The Queerest Cities in America for 2017 as selected by Advocate.com.