042 – Family Time and Giving Thanks

November 30, 2015

Show Notes: Today’s episode is a reflection on family time during Thanksgiving 2015. How do we provide leadership for our families and create positive memories? Spending time together and remembering how important holidays were to us when we were growing up. I also touch on my experiences of trying to give back to others and […]

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041 – Should You Launch a Podcast?

November 16, 2015

Show Notes: The winter chill is here. Great time to be with family and sit by a fire. In this episode I talk about how I got started with my podcast and why it would be great for anyone with a business, a hobby, or any passion. I talk about what is involved and the […]

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040 – The Smell of Success

November 7, 2015

Show Notes: This episode recalls my recent experiences with smells, good and bad. The sense of smell is one of the most powerful when it comes to memories, or so I’ve heard. Entrepreneurs should be aware of the smell of their business, and not just those in food service. How your business smells will affect […]

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039 – Pondering Time & Space

November 1, 2015
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Show Notes: In this episode I ponder the things that separate humans from other species. How did we each become who we are. I contemplate our past, present and future. Then I consider the perspective from space looking at the Earth. How big and yet how small. I find this view of the earth inspiring […]

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038 – Intvw: Ken Churchill on Pension Reform

October 25, 2015

Show Notes: This podcast is an interview with Ken Churchill who is an expert on pension reform. After a successful career in solar energy and environmental consulting, Ken now grows pinot noir grapes and owns Churchill Cellars. You can find his wine at www.Churchill-Cellars.com I talk with Ken while sitting by his vineyard and we […]

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037 – Thinking About Law School?

October 18, 2015
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Show Notes: In this episode I share my experience of deciding to go to law school, applying, selecting a school, attending, taking the bar, and launching my legal career. This information should be helpful to anyone thinking about law school, or anyone with a child or grandchild, niece or nephew, that is thinking about law […]

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036 – What is YOUR Bullhorn?

October 11, 2015
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Show Notes: Today I return to the roots of my podcast, asking you to think about what is the bullhorn you need in your life? A bullhorn is a metaphor for leadership, for making a change, for improving your life, and for helping others. I discuss how the bullhorn metaphor can be use to help […]

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035 – The Critical Years: 15-25

October 3, 2015
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Show Notes: I am thinking about my second book, even though I haven’t completed my first one. As many of my listeners know, I am completing my first book titled “Bullhorn Leadership”. I envision having a series of books on the same theme but applied to specific topics. So my second book brainstorm is “Bullhorn […]

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034 -My Un-Disney Experience

September 26, 2015

Show Notes: After sharing a some recent experiences, including thoughts on Marc Maron’s podcast called WTF, I discuss the experience we had recently at an amusement park. I share my thoughts on what sets Disneyland apart from the others. I also explore what makes some leaders care about the user experience.

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033 – Be a Leader During Tragedies

September 18, 2015

Show Notes: Sometimes it seems like tragedies are happening all around us. On the news we see international crisis and we feel helpless to do anything. In our communities we hear about fires and floods and the impacts on families. And sometimes tragedies hit very close to home – either in our families or among […]

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