EO Nashville Member News – August 28

August 28, 2020


Eric Maddox- Winning Through Empathy Based Listening

September 16, 2020, 5:00pm-8:00pm, LIVE @ The Listening Room or Virtual

Join Eric Maddox for applicable business and interpersonal takeaways as he recounts the events that led to the capture of Saddam Hussein. This event is being offered in person or virtually. 

CLICK HERE to register for the LIVE event. CLICK HERE to attend virtually.   

It's EO Member Referral Time!

Do you know someone who would make a great EO Nashville member? We have two EO membership events coming up on September 17th and September 22nd and we need your referrals! 

CLICK HERE to recommend someone for consideration and we will take it from there!

Seeking Opportunites: Leading the Recovery 2.0- Featuring Sir Richard
Branson (Virgin Group), Nathan Blecharczyk (Airbnb), Sarah Friar (Nextdoor) and more... 

September 17, 2020, 2:22pm-3:58pm, Virtual

Each week our world continues to change- thus a new set of opportunites/challenges. It's time for EO'ers- the "first responders" for economies- to lead the recovery. Join this speaker summit for executive insights and education on seeking opportunites. MORE INFO


Virtual Forum Tips

CLICK HERE for a Forum Bite with Rod Sinclair!
"3 Tips To Add More Conversation To Your Virtual Meetings"


The EO Blog

Did you know that EO Global has a blog page?  
Check out this link for a blog on 3 Ways to Increase Diversity and Inclusion in Your Workplace Starting Today!




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For more information or to schedule a forum visit, please contact:

Andy Faught


Abby Spaulding

Continuum Planning Partners Forum Topics:

How to make your assets dynamic. 

Creditor and asset protection: Protect what you have worked so hard to build. 

Economic outlook: Prepare for changes in the local and national business environment. 



Articles & Columns

David Trainer [New Constructs] wrote about Amgen Inc., The Hershey Company and write-downs in 1H2020 for Forbes. He also penned articles for Seeking Alpha.

Awards & Recognition

The Nashville Business Journal announced its 2020 NBJ 100, which ranks the largest private companies in Nashville by 2019 revenue. It also revealed the fastest-growing companies from the list and featured the top 10 fastest-growing companies

  • Advance Financial [Michael Hodges] ranked #3 on the fastest-growing list, #16 on largest private companies list
  • Hardaway Construction Corp. [David Frazier] ranked #8 on the fastest-growing list, #49 on largest private companies list
  • Absolute Wireless [Robert Hartline] ranked #9 on the fastest-growing list, #74 on largest private companies list
  • Bell & Associates [Darek Bell] ranked #34 on the fastest-growing list, #32 on largest private companies list

In the News

The Nashville Post mentioned that EO Nashville is a backer of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center’s PreFlight incubation program for first-time entrepreneurs and InFlight, a year-long accelerator program. 

Jeff Bradford [the Bradford Dalton Group] is a member of the You Have the Power board of directors, according to FranklinIs, Williamson Home Page, Williamson Herald and Williamson Source.

Michael Brody-Waite [Great Leaders Live Like Drug Addicts] appeared on the Let's Grab Coffee Podcast and The Intuitionology Podcast Series to speak about his journey from addiction to entrepreneurship. 

Multi-Housing News mentioned Core Development Services [Mark Deutschmann] for selling a five-acre development site in March. 

The Nashville Post reported that executives from Advance Financial [Michael Hodges], including CEO Tina Hodges and CFO Patrick Conroy, are leading Tennessee Action 24/7, an upstart sports betting outfit. 

The Decatur Daily interviewed Darren Metz [Luxeterra] about plans for a new mixed-use development including apartments and retail space in Decatur, Alabama. 

The Lebanon Democrat featured Cumberland University’s opening convocation and mentioned that Michael Moscardelli [615 Real Property] was the mace bearer and led the procession of deans and senior university administrators. 

ProviderTrust [Christopher Redhage] was listed as a tenant of Capitol View in the Nashville Post. The Nashville Post also reported that the Nashville Soccer Club is privately funding 100 percent of stadium construction costs. WZTV announced that Nashville SC will have 2020 matches available on streaming services.

David Trainer [New Constructs] discussed the latest news on the markets on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. He also was featured on Tesla Daily talking about New Construct’s recent research on TSLA stock.

Vanderbilt Hustler listed 10 new restaurants added to Taste of Nashville this fall, and suggested the Tennessee Cheesecake [Will Wilson] at Nicoletto’s Italian Kitchen. 

Strategic Alliance Partner News

cityCURRENT featured an interview with an executive at the Nashville Public Education Foundation discussing the Nashville Goes to College program, supported by First Horizon Foundation