Dec 15, 2018
State Auditor John Dougall and State Representative Karianne Lisonbee discuss A.J. Jacob’s recent book “Thanks A Thousand: A Gratitude Journey” where Jacobs describes his journey to thank 1,000 individuals who played a role in producing his morning cup of coffee. Dougall and Lisonbee discuss the importance of expressing gratitude.
Dougall and Lisonbee then talk with State Representative Marc Roberts about the concept of “regulatory sandboxes” in fostering innovation outside a burdensome regulatory scheme.
Dougall and Lisonbee visit with Weber State University’s new president, Brad Mortensen. Mortensen shares his vision for WSU and the process of winning “Wildcat Survivor”.
Dougall and Lisonbee then learn about charitable and service opportunity in Utah from Missy Larsen, co-founder of the Utah Refugee Connection.