Today on #ThatBusinessShow with Jamie Meloni; available every weekday at 8am on 1250whnz or http://www.tampabayradio.com – we had two wonderful guests. Co hosting today alongside me was the lovely Stella Guidicelli First we had Joryn Jenkins, CEO of Open Palm Law, a different kind of law firm, practicing collaborative law. On the second segment, we had coffee connoisseur, entrepreneur, restaurateur, and future published author Valerie Reed. Our two guests today made quite the show. Remember, #ThatBusinessShow is live every weekday on 1250whnz, and is available on http://www.tampabayradio.com or watch the video of the show at my YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/jamiemeloni.
On our first segment, we had the CEO of Open Palm Law, Joryn Jenkins. Joryn Jenkins is a trial attorney with 35 years of courtroom experience, now in private practice at Open Palm Law in Tampa, where she concentrates on the collaborative practice of family law. She is the author of Florida Civil Practice Motions, and more recently, The Stepmother’s Cookbook, War or Peace, Avoid the Destruction of Divorce Court and I Never Saw My Father Again, The Divorce Court Effect, available on Amazon.com, or at http://www.openpalmlaw.com. Joryn has a passion for keeping families happy, as she described collaborative law to us. She prides Open Palm Law on its differences to other firms and its usage of collaborative law to keep divorces less destructive and more constructive. Her way of collaborative law is a very interesting and new way to make many processes – not just divorce – easier and with less hassle and debate. You can find out more about Joryn and Open Palm Law at http://www.openpalmlaw.com or reach her personally at email@example.com or at 813-334-9606.
Our second guest was Valerie Reed with Valcook’s, LLC. On the show, she discussed her passion for her private reserve coffee line. She described her coffee as “boutique gourmet”, with “bold, yet flavorful notes.” You can get more information and order Valcook’s Coffee at http://www.valcookscoffee.com. Spending months just to find the right coffee roaster, she described to us how her coffee is the freshest it can possibly be, and that’s why in her opinion, Valcook’s Coffee is superior to anything store bought. Living in Tampa Bay for generations, Valerie is a true entrepreneur – building Valcook’s coffee from just a hobby into a fully fledged industry. “Coffee brings people together.”, and the right coffee makes it even better. Not stopping at coffee, Valerie is also a restaurant blogger, eating at restaurants around the country and blogging about her experience there. Her blog can be found at http://www.valcooks.blogspiot.com. She’s even going to become a published author, releasing a cookbook around the holidays. So check that out and view all of Valerie’s products at http://www.valcookscoffee.com! You can also contact Valerie Reed at firstname.lastname@example.org or at http://www.valcookscoffee.com
Thank you for tuning into #ThatBusinessShow with me, Jamie Meloni. As always, the show is on every weekday at 8am on 1250whnz, or on http://www.tampabayradio.com. Make sure to tune in! Also, the live footage can be found on http://www.youtube.com/jamie meloni.com.