The What's Your Problem? Podcast

from Jim McCarthy


This is a podcast where we talk about the real problems (and possible solutions) of everyday business owners and professionals in and around Middle Tennessee and beyond!




135 – The Challenges of a Tennessee Public School Band Director :: Ashley Harris

March 28, 2023

A Middle Tennessee Business PodcastThere’s no doubt that teaching is a passion-driven job. They don’t get into it for the money. In Ashley Harris’ case, she is driven by creating a life that purely fits who she is. Her desire to pour into our kids here in Spring Hill, Tennessee is off the charts!For anyone […]

134 – Switching Gears from $500k to $1M :: Takisha Bromell

March 14, 2023

A Middle Tennessee Business Podcast… Takisha Bromell is the founder and CEO of GirlFriday Business Solutions. She loves creating systems, organizing processes, and adding value to a company’s infrastructure by fostering a culture of collaboration, she has a proven process for developing client success. With an MBA in Project Management, she has put her expertise […]

133 – Learning to Read the Numbers :: Quintin Lunsford

March 9, 2023

A Middle Tennessee Business Podcast… Quintin Lunsford is the owner of Window Hero Franklin. He’s owned the franchise since 2020, after going for a career as an Airport Engineer! He learned early on that he wanted fulfillment in his life and to enjoy what he did for a living. He currently has 3 main services: […]

132 – Reinventing Tennessee Public Education :: Dr. Grant Bell

February 28, 2023

A Middle Tennessee Business Podcast… In 2013, I met Dr. Grant Bell just as he was beginning his current role as Principal of Springfield Middle School in Springfield, TN. The school he was inheriting had a myriad of issues mostly due to culture problems. A hopelessness felt amongst the faculty trickled down to the students […]

131 – Led by Sheer Faith :: Mignon Francois

February 21, 2023

A Middle Tennessee Business Podcast… In 2008 Mignon Francois set out to do one thing—help make ends meet. Using her “follow your spirit” approach, Mignon took the last $5 she had for dinner one week and developed a recipe for success that has grown into a destination bakery with over 5 million cupcakes sold. I […]

130 – The YouTuber Life :: Marty Ray

February 17, 2023

A Middle Tennessee Business Podcast… In this episode, we’ll be diving into the world of singer/songwriter and YouTuber Marty Ray. With his powerful voice and soulful lyrics, Marty has captured the hearts of fans around the world. But what sets him apart is the way he seamlessly weaves his faith in the gospel into his […]

129 – Creating Your Own Network :: Tony Bostic

February 14, 2023

A Middle Tennessee Business Podcast… Tony found himself in the mortgage business not very long ago after a fruitful career in music. He quickly realized that relationships are what drive a career in an otherwise commoditized industry. He tried a few networking groups and after a while he figured he would just start his own […]

128 – When to Seek an Assistant for Voice Over :: Christi Bowen

February 10, 2023

A Middle Tennessee Business Podcast… If you’re ever considering a side hustle or delving full time into the world voiceover, one of the first stops you should make is getting to know Christi Bowen. Christi is a world-class VO talent, Coach and Networker in that industry especially here in Middle Tennessee. In this episode we […]

127 – Getting You to Invest in YOU! :: Brian Covey

February 7, 2023

A Middle Tennessee Business Podcast I met Brian Covey a few years ago when he began his podcast journey. It’s amazing to see what he’s done since its launch. His show not only enabled him to reach new people and deepen existing connections, but it also made him a published author with “Conversations with Covey”. […]

126 – A Risk Unfolding in Real Time :: Jim Morris

February 3, 2023

A Middle Tennessee Business Podcast Jim Morris has always had a passion to build, grow, and develop a company of his own that will help others in need. During college his focus was to get to the final capstone class; not to graduate but because you could build a business from the ground up as […]

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