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Friday, September 22, 2017

Ilise Benun
Ilise Benun joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that it takes more than passion to achieve and sustain business success, and why you have to let your brain evaluate the demands of the marketplace.
Ilise Benun
Ilise Benun joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the market expectations are more powerful than your passion as you consider how to set up the direction of your business.
Jane Howard
Pierce Howard
Pierce and Jane Howard join Jim Blasingame to reveal the two sources of stress for employees and how to address each one as the employer.
Jane Howard
Pierce Howard
Pierce and Jane Howard joined Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the issues and fundamentals to consider when hiring members of Generation Y.
Jane Howard
Pierce Howard
Pierce and Jane Howard joined Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the ways members of Gen Y are different, and why they’re also similar to past generations.
Charles Goslin
Charles Goslin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal two myths about your personal security when traveling, including that “it’s not going to happen to me”, and “my security system will protect me.”
Charles Goslin
Charles Goslin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal three more myths about personal security, including the “honey trap,” the “coincidence,” and the “go along with the crowd” myths.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why those who think the shareholder is the prime stakeholder in a corporation is shortsighted and doing harm to the U.S. and to capitalism.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to compare two theories of capitalism, one that transfers value from one group to another, and one that creates value and allows it to be shared among the stakeholders as they contribute.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the U.S. is in a perilous period where short-term return on capital thinking is prevailing over broader benefits applied with a long-term perspective.

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