Meet Doug Ross, entrepreneur, business consultant and creative dynamo who loves to dive into what makes for success. He’s helped scores of clients advance their ideas along with pragmatic time-tested methods. From local single-owned businesses to large corporate ventures, Doug has added the knowhow and spark to help many achieve success. Now his wisdom and sharp wit is available to all in a terrific book called, “Spark, Click Go: How to Bring Your Creative Business Ideas to Life.” Listen for tips on how you can move it forward and win!
Dick Syatt is a long-time friend and colleague who has loved radio since he was a kid. He began his talk radio career very early in major markets such as Dallas before making his way to Boston to launch WRKO The Talk Station some decades back. He’s a fine interviewer and raconteur with limitless curiosity and energy. Dick also developed and hosted the iconic Hotline Dating Show on radio, long before online matches became the rage. Settle back and enjoy a fun trip down radio memory lane with a great pal!
Today we welcome Bob Katzen, entertainer, disc jockey, reporter and nostalgia fan. Something unscripted and hilarious happens as Bob REFUSES to talk about himself. Instead the tables are turned and he interviews old Jordan@chartproductions.com. Turned out to be a lot of fun for me and I hope you enjoy some of the backstory that this probing journalist and wise guy uncovers!
Don Bentley is an American of service with a background that sounds more like that of a fictional hero. He was an Apache helicopter pilot winning medals for service in Afghanistan, then a special agent for the FBI and a member of the elite Dalla Office Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team. He’s also a best-selling novelist of the Matt Drake thriller series. Now Don is stepping into the Tom Clancy universe , penning the new Jack Ryan Jr. action packed thriller “Target Acquired.” You won’t be able to put it down!
For years women have made up the majority of college-educated workers in the country. Still the wage gape persists and women are underrepresented in the workforce, particularly in leadership positions. Harvard Business School professors Colleen Ammerman and Boris Groysberg explain why the disparity still exists and what is being done to correct it. Their book “Glass Half-Broken: Shattering the Barriers that Still Hold Women Back at Work” is a superb resource for managers and leaders at all levels!
It’s one of the hottest books of the summer and we’re thrilled welcome the author. She’s Mary Dixie Carter with her debut novel “The Photographer,” now garnering terrific reviews. Mary offers insight into this intriguing psychological thriller, what she believes makes for a successful novel, and she loving recalls her famous show-biz parents, the late Dixie Carter and Hal Holbrook. Conversation with a writer’s writer!