W@R replays our conversation with Brad Bailey, Partner with Denner Pelligrino, LLC on the implications of false accusations of coaches and teachers by students, parents and overzealous prosecutors.
Revisiting one of W@R’s most stark and fascinating interviews, we talk with David Dow author of Autobiography of an Execution, a behind the scenes look at the last minute chaos that often accompanies an execution.
W@R speaks with Michael Burland about the American Dream Survey and visits with Sona Mehring, founder of CaringBridge.
W@R examines the great recession with Peter Goodman, NY Times Financial Writer and the author of Past Due: The End of Easy Money and the Renewal of The American Economy.
W@R learns how to confront and overcome the challenges life throws your way with Scott Singer the author of, How To Hit A Curveball: Confront and Overcome the Unexpected in Business.
W@R discusses bouncing back from adversity as we focus on well known business leaders who suffer a very public fall from the pinnacle of their career with Andrea Redmond, Co author of Comebacks: Powerful Lessons […]
W@R looks at the real possibility of losing the American Dream in our discussion with George Munoz, co-author of Renewing the American Dream: A Citizen’s Guide for Restoring Our Competitive Advantage.
Let’s go to the booth as Mike Christian, W@R’s own Mr. October steps up to the plate and hits one out of the park with our second annual Baseball Show, a nostalgic collage of memories […]
The Looming Energy Crisis With Jean Johnson Author Who Turned Out The Lights – October 16, 2010 #85/2
A dialogue about our looming energy crisis with Jean Johnson, co-author (along with Scott Bittle) of Who Turned Out The Lights? Your Guided Tour To The Energy Crisis.
Spirituality And The Tibetan/Chinese Conflict With Dr Howard Cutler Author The Art of Happiness. October 9, 2010 #84/2
We replay our interview with Dr Howard Cutler, who along with The Dalia Lama co-authored The Art of Happiness.