The Vance Crowe Podcast

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Summary

Dairy farmer and businessman talks openly about being an elder in his church, deciding if they should hold services, discusses how friendships are lost online over fights and Vance talks more about his "West Wing Hypothesis."

Show Notes

Dairy farmer and businessman talks openly about being an elder in his church, deciding if they should hold services, discusses how friendships are lost online over fights and Vance talks more about his "West Wing Hypothesis."

This is the 48th interview in the ongoing series of Coronavirus perspectives. I believe that society will have the rules re-written when we come out of this global pandemic and it is important to hear how various individuals and industries are handling themselves amidst the crisis.  

@dfaber84
@VanceCrowe

This series seeks to reveal many perspectives that will otherwise be ignored by both mainstream media and you might not see on your social media channels.  I believe that the Overton-Window will be wide open and new rules are going to be created about how we operate in a post Coronavirus world.

What is The Vance Crowe Podcast?

Vance Crowe interviews fascinating people others overlook. His guests are smart, driven and disciplined- most of them have never done an interview so this is their chance to explain who they are and what they do. Subjects span from financing, chemistry, architecture, medicine, agriculture, and many other subjects.