We were blown away when staff reporter Meleena Richardson of The Horizon, the newspaper of Indiana University Southeast, reached out to interview Yes Brands CEO, Jason Mudd! When she came by we turned on the mic and recorded the conversation. You can check out the article here.
I came across Chelsea Ellis on Facebook a while back and loved her message, so I started following her. She has grown a solid following by helping people discover their full potential through events, seminars, and online content. Growing up, she was exposed to the entrepreneurial life from an early age and she has allowed […]
We sat down with former UK and NBA basketball player-turned philanthropist Derek Anderson for our #502LeaderSeries. Derek is a champion of kindness and spreads this message in everything he does. Have a listen and learn how you can improve your own life and your community through simple acts of kindness.
In episode 5 we sat down with Brian Scott. You might better know him as Buffalo Stille from Nappy Roots and now as co-founder of the Louisville Cardinals themed apparel company Birdgang. We met at the Hall of Fame Cafe and chatted about how Nappy Roots got started, his rise to success, the struggles that […]
This article was originally published in EP Lab Digest. The author, Tara Mudd, is the better half of Yes Louisville founder and editor Jason Mudd. This device and the accompanying procedure is so revolutionary and Tara is so cool that we wanted to share this here. Everyone knows someone who takes some sort of blood […]
Jecorey Arthur is an inspirational human that breaks down stereotypes and barriers on a level that I don’t think I’ve ever directly experienced in my life, and he does it in such a humble way that it seems almost serendipitous. Search ‘Yes Brands’ on your favorite podcast app to find our channel! When we […]
Cynthia Williams from 502FitPass.com chats about willpower, which is something to keep in mind as we go through the holidays and into the new year. Willpower can keep us on the right track when everything around is us trying to pull us down. And remember- you don’t have to wait for January 1st to make […]
Look around our city and there is so much growth and expansion, businesses are doing well, things are happening. It’s all good…for the most part. But there is a subset of the population in any city that would be classified as homeless. They are without means, a place to live, and in many cases, depend […]
Did you know that foodallergry.org sites that nearly 4% of Americans or almost 15 million individuals in America suffer from adult food allergies on a yearly basis? I ask the question; have you ever deliberately searched for a restaurant or social environment based on a friend or loved ones’ dietary restrictions? Possibly you’re like one […]