In this episode, Ross speaks with Lisa Barry – owner of Barry Chic – about Lisa’s journey of combining her passions for fashion and building others’ confidence into a profitable consulting business. Later in the show, Ross speaks with Judge Jim Troupis about the importance of national liberty – and how it empowers you to do your thing in the 21st century.
From the time she was a little girl, Lisa Barry has always been drawn to – and had a knack for – fashion. After working retail and spending much of her free time reading fashion magazines, books, and blogs, she found herself as the go-to person for friends and family seeking style advice. Word of Lisa’s talents spread to coworkers and friends of friends – and what began as a passion turned into a career. Today, Lisa owns and operates Barry Chic, a company which provides professional wardrobe consulting to a variety of clients.
Lisa graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and later furthered her education in the area of fashion at Madison Area Technical College.
Connect with Lisa: email@example.com | ph. (608) 212-3865
Lisa’s “must read” book: Peace Is Every Step by Thich Nhat Hanh
Judge Jim Troupis
Judge Jim Troupis is a trial court judge in the State of Wisconsin. In the course of his career, Judge Troupis has helped reshape national policies on numerous issues, including collective bargaining reform, Voter ID, campaign finance laws, and veterans’ rights. As a staunch proponent of free speech, Judge Troupis successfully fought to protect the First Amendment rights of dozens of grassroots organizations across the state of Wisconsin in 2010.
Judge Troupis has served as regional or national lead counsel to multiple presidential candidates. He is also the past Chairperson of the Governor’s Judicial Advisory Committee, past President of the Federal Court Bar Association, and has served on numerous committees and commissions as a select member.
In addition to his legal work, Judge Troupis speaks and writes on issues of liberty and freedom across multiple forms of media, and has twice been invited to teach on the importance of freedom and the law as an international professor at a Russian Law School.
Judge Troupis graduated with Honors from Northwestern Law School, where he was the Edwin Austin Scholar, received the William Jennings Bryan Award, and was named as Editor in Chief of the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology.
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