Andrew’s commitment to blazing his own trail has served him well professionally; he turned an obscure college idea, which would later become Blake’s Hard Cider Company, into one of the fastest growing beverage companies in the country. All of this happened while Andrew worked to evolve the fields that raised him and Blake has grown into a leader in the agricultural space and becoming one of the preeminent destinations in the Midwest.
He is also the host of Everything Borrowed, a weekly podcast cultivating conversations on business, life and the in-betweens.
Latest posts by Andrew Blake
- ‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 17: A Conversation with Burton Heiss - February 22, 2021
- ‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 16: A Conversation with Mark Hackel - February 15, 2021
- ‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 15: A Conversation with Darren McCarty - February 8, 2021
Adam Mark Smith went from being a CFO to being on food stamps after protesting at a Chick-fil-A. The viral video cost him his career, reputation and sense of self.
Author of “Million Dollar Cup of Water,” Smith shares his personal journey from rags to riches, back to rags, and eventually to true wealth. Smith is an executive, author, motivational speaker, corporate workshop facilitator, and mindfulness-based coach. He is also a husband and father of four boys. Adam and Andrew discuss cancel culture, redemption and mindful entrepreneurship.
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