A Wealthy Imagination
Through his earnest and humorous conversations, Colin Murphy seeks to broach a variety of topics with the goal of personal growth and development. His unique approach to storytelling weaves anecdotes from the past to the present in a way that's illuminating and dynamic. Murphy engages with guests in the hopes of highlighting their unique perspective for the common collective consciousness.
Pulling Back The Curtain - Insights into the evolution of practice management42:46
Conversation with Brie Williams. Pulling back the curtain; a chance for clients to gain insight into the evolving world of practice management. Adding qualitative value in a quantitative industry- and how women led the charge in shaping the changes that redefined our industry.
Colin Interviews Sarah Salomon of UBS.37:20
Sarah is a Senior Strategist with Family Advisory and Philanthropy Services, Sarah works with families on understanding money, values and philanthropic intent in the context of family wealth. Sarah discusses family meetings using a facilitator, going from Monarch to Mentor and how it can help families bond. "The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place."
Food as medicine. Adding a fork to our medical tool kit.47:34
Colin interviews CEO and Founder of SavorHealth, Susan Bratton. They explore how nutrition can be a powerful tool in battling health issues. Whether you or someone you love is battling a powerful disease or you want to live your best life, hiring a nutritionist is a great investment.
What every business owner needs to know about selling their business.58:51
Colin interview's investment banker Dan Roth. Their conversation explores everything a business owners should be thinking about when contemplating their future. Dan's experience and knowledge are highlighted in this frank conversation about mistakes that are made.
Navigating Death and Grief Part 326:21
Third part of a three part series interview with best-selling Author Rachel Kodanaz. She navigated her own tragedy with the sudden death of her husband, leaving her to raise their 2 year old little girl. Rachel has written three books, blogs, and been a guest on other podcasts and even appeared on Good Morning America. Part 3 is a discussion around possession of a deceased partner or child.