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Dr. Ivan Misner, Author of 24 books, called the Father of Modern Day Best Version Networking.

Dr. Ivan Misner, Father of Modern Networking, provides an exclusive interview on Success Made to Last, talking about the origin of the business networking organization BNI. Interviewed by Stewart Emery, a theme of “givers gain” is a consistent thread throughout 24 books that Dr. Misner has authored, including Who’s in Your Room, co written by Stewart. BNI has over 270,000 members in 9400 chapters that generated 12.3 million referrals resulting in $16.7 billion dollars worth of business for its members.   He was named Humanitarian of the Year by the Red Cross and recently received the recipient of the John C. Maxwell Leadership Award.

Jack Canfield talks about self esteem, mastery, and best version principles with Stewart Emery.

Jack Canfield, New York Times best of the best selling author of Chicken Soup for the Soul, talks with Stewart Emery about self esteem, mastery, success principles and a life of friendship. However, the greatest point of this show is the conversation between two old friends. For instance, they let their guards down and discuss stuff that really matters in life.

Interested early on about W. Clement Stone and Napoleon Hill, he learned the material and started teaching principles to high school students in Chicago. Self esteem is the experience of feeling lovable, included, unconditional self acceptance. It is built by what you do for other people.

Jack wants to be remembered as a person who inspired and empowered people to live their highest vision in the context of love and joy. Listen to “Jack Canfield” on Spreaker.

Mr. Canfield reveals that he needed more self esteem for himself. Jack was terribly shy. He never felt he was enough. Isn’t authoring 200 books enough?
Catch how Jack moved to an abundance mentality. After taking Stewart’s training on EST, he discovered that his training could scale.

Steve Brown, Radio Host Extraordinaire, talks about movement for authenticity

Steve Brown, author of Hidden Agendas, is one of the most popular radio hosts of all time. Hear his deep voice and let his stories pour over you. We are often very phony. We are very needy. Just be honest about who we are…Teaching a course in post moderns, Steve says “stop being so religious.” Don’t pretend to be something you aren’t. Cut others some slack.
Be authentic, be humble.

Tom DeLong, former assistant to Stephen Covey and Harvard Professor introduces Gratitude Breakfasts

Tom DeLong, former research assistant to Stephen Covey, helped formulate the Seven Habits of Effective People. Now a successful Harvard professor, he talks about sharpening his saw (one of the Seven Habits) with inventive relationship building activities like Gratitude Breakfast with his wife. Author of the best selling book, Teachers at Heart, Tom shares a poignant story on what made him cry as a teacher. Listen to the very end. This show is presented by www.blinkist.com. Get 25% off your annual subscription by using the promotion code- www.blinkist.com/success.

Greg Rex, protege of Tony Robbins, talks about his book Stoked- pinpointing your passion!

Learn from the entrepreneurial genius of Greg Rex, author of Stoked. Mentored by Tony Robbins for four years, Greg talks about key distinctions.

1. Find your passion and what you get stoked about. And find something that the world needs. Write Greg Rex to get the check list.

2. Simplify your life so you can master your life. Eliminate distractions or the maybe’s in life.

Dr. Ken Blanchard in a rare moment responding to his most famous quotes.

Dr. Ken Blanchard, THE ONE MINUTE MANAGER, spends 10 minutes giving us his one of a kind interpretation of the greatest leadership quotes of all time.

Dr. Gary Chapman, Author of Five Love Languages shares insights on best version relationships.

Be entertained and informed by this fun and insightful interview with Dr. Gary Chapman talking Five Love Languages of Quality Time, Words of Affirmation, Gifts, Acts of Service and Physical Touch. Moreover, Dr. Chapman has ministered to over 1 million people with this seminal book series. Above all, you will get a kick out of Dr. Chapman’s laid back style that oozes with experience and love.

Bill Halamandaris, co founder of Heart of America- Each of us holds the answers to others' prayers

Albrecht Durer, generally regarded as the greatest artist of the German Renaissance, was one of l8 children born to a goldsmith in a tiny village near Nuremberg. As a boy, Durer worked at every job he could find to help put food on the table, while dreaming of becoming an artist.

Finally, his dreams began to come true when he was sent to work for a skilled artisan in Nuremberg. There he met and became friends with another man who shared the same dream. The two men moved in together, promising to support each other until they became established.

When this proved more difficult than they anticipated, Durer’s friend offered to postpone his career and find work to provide food and shelter until Durer could generate enough income from the sale of his paintings and engravings to support them both. And so, while Durer continued refining his talents, his friend put aside his own aspirations and sought whatever work he could find.

Durer’s friend scrubbed floors, washed dishes, and served in a nearby restaurant until the day came when Durer brought home enough money from the sale of a wood carving to support them both for some time. Only then did Durer’s friend return to his art, but by this time his hands had lost their touch and his fingers could hardly hold a paintbrush.

Not long thereafter, Durer returned to the apartment the two men shared to find his friend kneeling in prayer, his hands folded reverently. Struck by the beauty of his friends hands, scarred and marked as they were by his labor of love, Durer was inspired to create what many consider his masterpiece – The Praying Hands – a tribute to his friend’s sacrifice.

In some way and in similar fashion, each of us has benefited from the sacrifices others have made on our behalf. Each of us is indebted to others. Each of us is called to respond.

“Whatever there is of God and goodness in the universe, it must work itself out and express itself through us,” Einstein said. “We cannot stand aside and let God do it.”

We are God’s hands. Each of us holds the answer to someone’s prayers.

Stewart Emery- Father of the modern day human potential movement riffs on many topics including "why mastery is the key to living your best life.

Known as the Father of the modern Human Potential Movement, Stewart Emery created one of the most successful ad campaign in the history with MasterCard “priceless”.  Stewart  shares this exclusive interview on the true meaning of success with additional commentary of fatherless homes in America. Co author of Who’s in Your Room?, Stewart introduces us to the concept of your life being like a room- a room where anyone who enters affects your life…forever. In conclusion, shape your life by taking control of your room. Simply put, live your life by your design!

This show is sponsored by JobReady. Their mission: reach 1 million job seekers who want to re-skill. JobReady, in partnership with the philanthropic National Education Foundation, has aggregated on one platform some of the best skills-based online training in the world–SkillSoft, 180 Skills, and Harvard Managementor–and offers them at disruptively low prices to ma them affordable for those seeking to reskill.  If you want to find out more, contact Tim at tim.moore@jobready.me.

Success Made to Last is also presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Visit www.gracefully-yours.com today.

This show is also presented by MilamberUSA, an advisory and venture development firm. The three partners–located in Boston, Austin, and San Francisco–have excelled in many of the functional domain on the “sell side” of the higher education and workforce ecosystems. We help companies grow. If you want to chat, reach out to Tim at tim@milamberusa.com

Kevin Wilhelm, author of How to Talk to the Other Side; leads the Seattle Sonics

Kevin Wilhelm author of How to Talk to the Other Side, was the youngest general manager of a professional sports team in America. Enjoy this interview by Tim Moore as Kevin shares how he used small town core values along with his business education to create a successful journey of doing good and making money. Don’t miss this ear-opening conversation.

Vince Gennaro- Author of Diamond Dollars: The Economics of Winning at Baseball.

Vince Gennaro, is a modern day polymath, entrepreneur, visionary, author, AND happens to be an expert on baseball. He was a pioneer in women’s professional basketball owning one of the first franchises. Vince went on to lead a billion dollar division of Frito-Lay and advanced to PepsiCo. Through his analytical study of baseball, Vince has helped the sport of baseball understand how benchmarks can lead to more success. Hear him talk about the interior numbers, strategy and the art of victory.

Homer Hickam- best selling author of Rocket Boys that turned into feature film October Skies.

Homer Hickam debuts Carrying Albert Home, a true story about Buddy Epsen and his Homer’s mom. What about the encounter with Ernest Hemingway and John Steinbeck?  Moreover, Homer is behind a national movement to propel family legends into new books and movies.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness.

Scott Miller, EVP of Thought Leadership at FranklinCovey savors best versions.

Scott Miller, Executive Vice President of Thought Leadership of FranklinCovey, is a noted author, speaker, and podcaster. Above all, Scott is a guru for high performance people. Moreover, his book Everyone Deserves a Great Manager is one of his best selling books that can personally help you. With a podcast following of 6 million people, our shared audiences want to know more about best version self. Tim Moore, co-host of Success Made to Last, pointed out the abundance mentality that is pervasive with interviews done with Shaun Covey. Take in the story of Scott’s integral role that built Celebration Florida, a subsidiary of Disney. A single Catholic boy moved to Utah to work for Covey. Scott became leader of the sales organization and then climbed to the company’s CMO. How did it happen? A lot of hard work and nine pivotal leader helped shaped Scott’s best version. Mentors marshaled him along the way. Leaders believed in him more than he believed in himself. Why was 7 Habits the most cogent self help book? It’s an intellectual journey. Dr. Covey took principles that govern human behavior. He built it over 40 years. Dr. Covey critiqued what endured over time. He popularized a lot of things, but didn’t invent anything. In conclusion, Stephen Covey wasn’t consumed by the fame or fortune. His legacy was his family.

New York Times best selling author Thomas Moore of Caring for the Soul and Ageless Soul shares secrets to becoming your best version.

New York Times best selling author Thomas Moore of Caring for the Soul and Ageless Soul shares secrets to becoming your best version.  Combining psychology with spirituality, this is the ultimate therapist. Hear his secret to finding your GOLDEN VERSION.

Host Rick Tocquigny is a bit “gushy,” but rightly so. At the heart of Thomas is an Irish storyteller. Like great Irishmen that stand up and tell extraordinary stories, Thomas was schooled by Thomas McGreevy, former director of Ireland’s National Gallery of Art. McGreevy was 70 and Moore was 19. Now the tables are turned.

Hear Thomas Moore explain that “alchemy is the process of becoming the person you are equipped to be. Listen to his explanation on “life unfolds in multiple phases.”

He encourages you, the listener, to become more complex and then, in new ways, engage the world that needs your complexity.

 

 

 

Mike Berenstain- keeper of the Berenstain Bears, son of Stan and Jan, shares exclusive tribute to Mom and Dad.

Mike Berenstain is the son of Stan and Jan Berenstain. Mike now oversees the Berenstain Bears enchanting bears writing and designing all books. Catch the inside story on how the bears started. Mr. Berenstain talks about Mama and Papa bear and how they teach life lessons. However, one of the most charming parts of this interview is when Mike talks with “huggable words” and makes every illustration engaging. For instance, you will discover why Mike puts X’s for eyes on characters that are dead or injured.

Don’t miss Mike’s advice to young cartoonists seeking success.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Carol Carter- author of over 20 books focused on student success. Carol is a serial entrepreneur dedicated to helping first generation college students. Hear her enlightening story on overcoming limitations with potent agency.

Carol Carter is one of the most influential authors of our day. The sixth edition of Keys to Effective Learning text helps students build habits for success and develop the thinking, self-management, and study skills they need to succeed academically. This edition is streamlined to focus more on essential study skills, with greater coverage of memory, studying, reading, and test-taking. It retains its acclaimed simple-to-use Critical and Creative Thinking coverage, and adds relevance by addressing the two greatest barriers to staying in school–time and money management.

This show is sponsored by JobReady. Their mission: reach 1 million job seekers who want to reskill. JobReady, in partnership with the philanthropic National Education Foundation, has aggregated on one platform some of the best skills-based online training in the world–SkillSoft, 180 Skills, and Harvard Managementor–and offers them at disruptively low prices to ma them affordable for those seeking to reskill.  If you want to find out more, contact Tim at tim.moore@jobready.me

This show is also presented by MilamberUSA, an advisory and venture development firm. The three partners–located in Boston, Austin, and San Francisco–have excelled in many of the functional domain on the “sell side” of the higher ed and workforce ecosystems. We help companies grow. If you want to chat, reach out to Tim at tim@milamberusa.com.

Lisa Bovee- When your son is killed, what do you do? Listen to Lisa make it the "best worst thing" you can. Hear the journey and indomitable spirit in GUIDED BY GRIEF.

Lisa Bovee lost her son in a tragic accident. Lisa is changing the conversation about grief and loss, from private, ugly & uncomfortable to OPEN, NORMAL & SUPPORTIVE.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Dr. Ken Blanchard- enjoy this fun interview with the author of 65 best selling books including The One Minute Manager. In this show, Ken shares ten unique stories on ten influential people in his life that made him the "best version."

Few people have influenced the day-to-day management of people and companies more than Dr. Ken Blanchard. A prominent, sought-after author, speaker, and business consultant, Dr. Blanchard is respected for his lifetime of groundbreaking research and thought leadership that has influenced the day-to-day management and leadership of people and companies throughout the world.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Coach Tom Osborne- Football coach extraordinaire, three time national champion.

Tom Osborne is a noted author, former U.S. Congressman and NCAA Football Coach of the 1990’s. He shares his about core values on building the best version of men from his famed University of Nebraska program.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Pat Williams- brilliant owner of Orlando Magic and mentor to millions, shares valuable secrets from his ultimate mentor John Wooden.

Pat Williams, Basketball Hall of Fame member, reveals inside stories in his latest book on his mentor- John Wooden- in Forgotten Teams, Stories from Summer Basketball Camps. Boys became men of greatness!

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Seth Godin- one of our favorite authors reveals the secrets behind Linchpin. Be remark-able!

Seth Godin is a multiple New York Times best selling author. On this show, Seth enlightens us with tales of the lizard brain, and a discussion of RE-MARKABLE products and services. Hear his story of the abundance minded Thomas Hawk, sharing over one million photos online.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Edward Jones was most helpful during the recent market fluctuations with the corona virus. Visit serban.maracine@edwardjones.com to get pinpoint financial advice for your future.

Oliver North- pays tribute to soldiers from Iran and Afghanistan. Never forget the men and women who sacrifice to defend the freedom you enjoy.

Colonel Oliver North provides beautiful stories on American’s heroes from our most recent conflicts. Never forget the men and women who make sacrifices to defend our freedom.

CEO’s and Leaders

Bracken Darrell, CEO of Logitech, leader in home office solutions

Logitech is one of Success Made to Last top companies, always seeking to design products with a human touch. Consider their wide variety of products built for home offices and for learning at home. Enjoy this interview with their CEO, Bracken Darrell. He leads by listening and observing first.

Former Vice Chair of Omnicom, Tim Love, shares exclusive interview on identifying true mission and vision of P&G- Improving Lives- Changing Lives

It’s a new millennial and P&G is taking a hard look at their “old economy” company. Tim Love of Omnicom was asked to look at the company mission, vision and statement. With long term experience with Procter brand management, Tim’s team considered how their products actually improve lives and change lives.
IS THIS RE-POSITION WHAT YOUR OWN COMPANY SHOULD GO THROUGH? Contact rick@successmadetolast.com to connect with a team of brand strategists.

America Hits its Restart Button with Panera... Hear their CEO Blaine Hurst

CEO of Panera, Blaine Hurst, loves customers. Panera is so connected to its loyal customers and wants you back in their restaurants. Didn’t you miss their soup, sandwiches, salads and wonderful desserts? We DID. visit www.panera.com to find out store opening times.

Pat Miller Co-Founder of Vera Bradley shares origin story and vision for success!

Pat Miller is the co-founder of the very popular gift company Vera Bradley. Going back to Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Pat was on the welcoming committee and showed her hospitality to a new neighbor Barbara.
Barb asked, do you know how to hang wall paper? That started the Pat-Barbara friendship that led to the formation of the Vera Bradley company.
Hear about the origin of this fantastic company. It all started with a friendship…Barbara Bradley Baekgaard and Patricia R. Miller came upon a colorful idea while traveling together in 1982. Observing a lack of feminine luggage, they decided to create a company (named after Barbara’s mother) to design a line of quilted-cotton luggage, handbags, and accessories – and the rest is history! Vera Bradley has grown into an internationally-recognized lifestyle brand providing a myriad of beautiful solutions to its customers. Vera Bradley is a leading designer of women’s handbags, luggage and travel items, fashion and home accessories, and unique gifts. The brand’s innovative designs, iconic patterns, and brilliant colors inspire and connect women unlike any other brand in the global marketplace.

Ed Rigaud, former P&G Exec has a higher purpose with Legacy Acquisition

Ed Rigaud wants his Legacy Acquisitions company to help young African Americans. Joining P&G in 1965, he was rejected along the way in Louisiana, got married, he started Procter on his wedding date. He just completed a $300 million IPO. Hear his story on why core values guide his career and long term vision to help others.

Bob Herbold, former leader of Microsoft, talks about gutsy leadership!

Bob Herbold, former Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Microsoft and P&G Senior Vice President of Marketing, talks about gutsy leadership. Bob riffs about key decision making that can help individuals increase capabilities and solve tougher problems.
This discussion is quite useful for non profit and for profit leaders.
Hear the kind of characteristics required to lead today in 2020 and beyond.
Make sure and read Bob’s leadership blog at www.bobherbold.com. Buy his latest book- What’s Holding You Back?

Dina Dwyer Owens, pioneer in franchising and modern day leadership

Meet Dina Dwyer Owens, leader, entrepreneur, woman of faith, designer of company culture. Enjoy this intimate conversation and learn about Neighborly Franchises, Dina’s great book Live Rich …all led by Core Values. Visit www.neighborlyfranchises.com To read more about Dina, visit www.dinadwyerowens.com.

Cynthia Round former United Way exec shares leadership tips to non profits

This rare conversation with a Fortune 50 executive turned leader of United Way, morphed into brand consultant for the Metropolitan Museum of Art nets one beautiful interview with the incomparable Cynthia Round. She’s informative and illuminating!

Eileen Huntington, pioneer and entrepreneur that changed the lives of K-12

Success Made to Last honors legendary teacher and entrepreneur Eileen Huntington, co-founder of Huntington Learning Centers.

As a public school teacher, Eileen observed too many students that were not getting the needed focus on basic learning skills. Together with her husband Ray, they created a franchise of learning centers focused on K-12 students. Visit www.huntingtonfranchise.com to learn more.

Frank Agin, CEO of AmSpirit shares valuable information on Networking RX

Frank Agin, CEO of AmSpirit talks about his career, mentoring and the value of Networking RX. Contact www.amspirit.com to learn more about his great company.

Former CEO of Tractor Supply Greg Sandfort talks about the love for customers

As America hits our re-start button, we say thanks to great retailers like Tractor Supply that are working for us…the customer. Well done Tractor Supply Associates.  Listen to former CEO Greg Sandfort talk about the core values that Tractor Supply exhibits daily.

Jay Walker- legendary CEO of Priceline and Upside

legendary CEO of Priceline and now Upside, provides a futuristic look into corporate America with surprising trends.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Edward Jones was most helpful during the recent market fluctuations with the corona virus. Visit serban.maracine@edwardjones.com to get pinpoint financial advice for your future.

Frank Blake- one of America's most admired CEO's from Home Depot

Frank Blake is the former CEO of Home Depot, and member of Board of Directors for P&G and Delta Airlines shares his inside mentoring stories on the late Jack Welch along with Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush. All three mentors created the best version of Frank Blake.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Edward Jones was most helpful during the recent market fluctuations with the corona virus. Visit serban.maracine@edwardjones.com to get pinpoint financial advice for your future.

Paul Fox, former VP of Strategic Initiatives with P&G shares secret tips to success

Paul Fox, former VP of Strategic Initiatives for P&G, shares insight on communications with Fortune 50 company.
Paul is a now a visiting professor to Oxford. Active in the P&G Alumni Network, he is now teaching others the fine art and science of leading communications. Learn from his storytelling skills. Award winning and deeply experienced communications and crisis management expert across global markets, hear Paul’s explanation on how to deliver transformative change and measurable results.

Steve Hockett- wildly successful entrepreneur and CEO of Great Clips

Steve Hockett has been in franchising for 30 years, climbing his way up the ladder to the top rung at Great Clips. Listen to his story about his favorite mentor, Rhoda, and what she has meant to him. Get his insight on digital strategy as it plays out at Great Clips.

This show is sponsored by JobReady. Their mission: reach 1 million job seekers who want to reskill. JobReady, in partnership with the philanthropic National Education Foundation, has aggregated on one platform some of the best skills-based online training in the world–SkillSoft, 180 Skills, and Harvard Managementor–and offers them at disruptively low prices to ma them affordable for those seeking to reskill.  If you want to find out more, contact Tim at tim.moore@jobready.me.

Ed Artzt- former CEO of P&G shares timeless leadership tips on company culture.

Ed Artzt worked at P&G for over 45 years leading the company as CEO and Chairman of the Board for the last 10+ years. His principal centered, core values strategy paid off. Hear the insider story!

This show is also presented by MilamberUSA, an advisory and venture development firm. The three partners–located in Boston, Austin, and San Francisco–have excelled in many of the functional domain on the “sell side” of the higher ed and workforce ecosystems. We help companies grow. If you want to chat, reach out to Tim at tim@milamberusa.com.

Kevin Roberts, former CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi provides surprising tips to C-suite and entrepreneurs through 64 Shots.

Kevin Roberts talks about his career of extreme ownership, taking risks, and elusiveness of today’s consumer. Hear his predictions for the future especially about unfiltered learning.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Brad Moore reveals insider view on leading Hallmark Hall of Fame films.

Brad Moore started at P&G working on the Folgers brand and moved to Hallmark where he was a chief storyteller and leader over Gold Crown Entertainment. Listen to the importance of telling a great story, regardless of your career.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Kip Tindell tells you how The Container Store originated

Kip Tindell, college roommate of John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods, spent many dreamy days at The University of Texas. Hear about Kip’s career journey and the importance of mentors in his life.

This show is sponsored by JobReady. Their mission: reach 1 million job seekers who want to reskill. JobReady, in partnership with the philanthropic National Education Foundation, has aggregated on one platform some of the best skills-based online training in the world–SkillSoft, 180 Skills, and Harvard Managementor–and offers them at disruptively low prices to ma them affordable for those seeking to reskill. If you want to find out more, contact Tim at tim.moore@jobready.me.

Dave Knox- former P&G exec and WPP Ventures leaders shares secrets on leading and investing in startups.

Dave Knox, named one of the top 40 under leaders at P&G Alumni Network, talks about his book- Predicting the Turn. Learn how Dave plays poker, leads brands and people, and shapes company culture.

This show is sponsored by JobReady. Their mission: reach 1 million job seekers who want to reskill. JobReady, in partnership with the philanthropic National Education Foundation, has aggregated on one platform some of the best skills-based online training in the world–SkillSoft, 180 Skills, and Harvard Managementor–and offers them at disruptively low prices to ma them affordable for those seeking to reskill.  If you want to find out more, contact Tim at tim.moore@jobready.me.

This show is also presented by MilamberUSA, an advisory and venture development firm. The three partners–located in Boston, Austin, and San Francisco–have excelled in many of the functional domain on the “sell side” of the higher ed and workforce ecosystems. We help companies grow. If you want to chat, reach out to Tim at tim@milamberusa.com.

Designers & Entrepreneurs

In the Trenches with Anne Candido and April Martini, a podcast for BNI Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs, authors and brand gurus Anne Candido and April Martini debut In the Trenches podcast answering questions on brands and marketing. This show is designed specifically for the world wide BNI market. Hear questions from a real estate agent, a State Farm insurance agent and others.

Annabel Wolman, Founder of designer based Fashion IT

Hear the origin story of Fashion IT from founder Annabel Wolman. Of interest is Annabel’s work with Office Max to get her products in distribution across the US. Annabel learned so many lessons as a startup. She got so many NO’s at the beginning. Learning to get to YES requires a spirit of determination. Understand that there is always a solution for everything.

JP Kuehlwein, author of Rethinking Prestige Branding, talks about ueber products that go beyond price.

UEBER means above and beyond. UEBER people are super people, able to bring humanity forward. JP Kuehlwein talks about prestigious, ueber brands. These are brands that elevate themselves. If you bought a motor oil, it’s consider a commodity…except Pennzoil. But if you talk about clothing, you may lean to Patagonia because you feel good about donating to a social good. While the mantra of mass marketing is the consumer is always boss, in prestigious branding the truth is somewhere in the middle of great design, more than just price, and more than just performance.

Lolita Healy started her own gift company that is centered on design and creativity

Ever wondered about those creative martini glasses that are hand painted and so imaginative? Hear the origin story from Lolita Healy, founder of Healy Design. She is smart, tough, creative and listens to her customers…all in the recipe for success made to last. Enjoy this inspiring leader!

Vera Bradley Co-Founder Pat Miller talks about design and company beginnings

Vera Bradley is a leading handbag and luggage design centered company started in Ft. Wayne, Indiana by Pat Miller and Barbara Bradley Baekgaard, daughter of Vera Bradley. Hear how they got rolling into 1982. Visit www.verabradley.com for more information and to see all their new designs.

Krystal Whitten is our 2020 Artist of the Year

Enjoy Krystal Whitten, the Success Made to Last Artist of the Year. Known for her original hand lettering, this Tampa designer is a featured artist at Bealls Outlets in 450 stores across the South through Gracefully Yours. Hear about this young Mom, what inspires her and how she found her authentic self through her art.

Moray Callum, VP of Design for Ford Company. Good design brings pleasure to people.

Moray Callum, Vice President of Design at Ford Motor Company, looks at product considering the aspirational self of the user. He is a Scottish automobile designer whose brother was the Design Director for Jaguar for twenty years.
Moray has a unique balance of left brain and right brain.
Inspired by pain points of customers, his team works to make cars more user friendly.
Mother nature happens to influence design at Ford. Beauty is in nature.
Moray talks about the full autonomous car and the challenges.

Ken Sunshine, Space Aeronautics Entrepreneur; raised $2 billion in capital

Ken Sunshine is our first entrepreneur from the Aerospace Engineering space to share the inside story on startups within this domain. Now building a constellation of satellites, Ken summarizes his success by “breaking out of the normal mold” in the space sector, building trust with venture capitalists. He helped build Orbital that offered huge economic rewards. As a one time aspiring astronaut, he has now touched a lot of different projects, but consistently stayed in the space sector. Moreover, Ken has stayed true to his passion and tenaciously pursued his goals.

Bracken Darrell, CEO of Logitech and Brian Baker of Rebel V 2 Design riff on human centered design..

This show is a part of our Designer series. Bracken Darrell is interviewed by Brian Baker of Rebel V 2 Design company, guru of human centered design.
Bracken talks about Braun, a design centric company that was eventually acquired by P&G. Bryan was taught human design by Sony and ask Bracken about Spotlight Remote. Logitech is always trying to make the experience better. What can they do to solve problems? The designers spent time making the instrument intuitive with only three buttons.
Bracken also talks about new acquisitions and how they onboard the design team. With Blue, there is a dedicated team to work with them to help build their portfolio. Bracken talks about setting the tone by being involved with the users and design. Tim Cook of Apple is deeply involved.
Learn about the three stages of designs. 1. Decorating 2. Putting the user at the center, like Spotlight Remote…unlocking the power of innovation. 3. Bring design in house, constantly redesigning everything. Example…how board meetings are conducted. How do you re-design offices?

Serial Entrepreneur Bill Hughes shares origin stories on his startups

Bill Hughes, software executive and serial entrepreneur, is one of the most innovative leaders in the field of education. Hear about his ventures inside Pearson Education where he combined his full range of conceptualization, user-centered product design, business plan development and team building skills.
Holder of multiple patents, Bill founded JobReady.me, an innovative and affordable, B2B employability solution operating in partnership with the National Education Foundation. He is also the founder of Open4learning.com enabling innovation without compromise by harnessing the power of an open ecosystem of educational technologies.

Steve Sasoon- original inventor of digital camera gives us snapshot of how Kodak missed the opportunity of the century. This is a Success Made to Last exclusive on "how to cannibalize your own company."

Steve Sasoon was working on a special assignment at Eastman Kodak in 1974 that was the original digital camera! Hear about the reaction that Steve received from his colleagues at Kodak. Kodak was at the zero moment of truth for the camera industry. Who was the idea killer???

Mary Engelbreit- great stories from one of America's most beloved artists.

Mary Engelbreit talks about her formative years as child and the storytellers in her life that influenced her artistic talent.

This show is presented by www.gracefully-yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

John Lynn, CEO of Cela- Accelerator Guru for Startups

John Lynn, is the Co-Founder of Cela. With experience from Google, Bertelsmann, Verizon, Penguin-Random House, IBM,SAP, Pace and other top brands across the world. @cela works with established companies, startups and mentors to create a culture of exploration, access, impact, and empowerment.

Entertainers

Cameron Mathison from Entertainment Tonight, All My Children and Carpenter's Miracle

Popular television star Cameron Mathison plays the part of a carpenter who saves a young man, but ultimately saves his own life. Cameron talks about his newest roles that are of more significance. He likes feel good stories that can help YOU find miracles of your own. Difficulty can help propel you into lasting change. Cameron comments on the importance of ALL the family being able to watch a quality television show today. Recognize all the little miracles and subtle signs. Look inward, increase your love, cherish others to increase happiness. We all have so much potential to lessen our anger. Take time to look harder, cherish the progress and discuss it within your family.

Kym Karath, star of The Sound of Music, Spencer's Mountain, and Good Neighbor Sam

Kym Karath, starred at age three in Spencer’s Mountain with Henry Fonda. She went on to play Gretta Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, and then was featured with Jack Lemmon in Good Neighbor Sam.
The biggest lesson learned is GET AN EDUCATION. You may be a child actor, but you must get a college education. Careers ebb and flow.
Hear about Kym’s son who is autistic and the autism organization that she supports called The Aurelia Foundation.

Hollywood Sisters Angela and Veronica Cartwright talk about acting, The Birds and Lost in Space!

There’s never been two acting sisters like Angela and Veronica Cartwright. Within one family existed two girls that accomplished so much. Consider stars of The Sound of Music, The Birds, Spencer’s Mountain, The Children’s Hour, Make Room for Daddy, The Daniel Boone Show, Lost in Space and so many more. Hear about growing up as sisters and get the inside scoop on how to succeed without killing your own sibling.

Red Skelton, America's Favorite Clown, made his life's work to make people laugh

Enjoy this tribute show to Red Skelton, one of the most popular television and radio stars of all time from his agent Tom Kalyn. The Red Skelton Hour was one of America’s favorite 60 minutes. Hear about Red’s start in vaudeville and his big break from Ed Wynne…remember him from Mary Poppins in the scene I LOVE TO LAUGH.
This exclusive interview from Success Made to Last is a take back to more innocent days when we laughed and loved together.

Derek Hough, World of Dance Judge, talks about the Future of Good!

The secret to living is truly giving. Derek Hough is his absolutely best version helping to lead The Future in Good. Beyond being one of three judges on World of Dance, Derek talks about children who are making a difference. Focused on young humanitarians, your children can become inspired to change lives.
Derek talks about his mentors, especially his Dad who instilled service as a core value. For his birthday, they bought a bunch of toys to give to Children’s Hospital. The emotional response of giving and receiving are identical.

John Tesh joins us for our 1000th show sharing Intelligence for Life.

John Tesh talks about the origin of K-tesh radio and how the Intelligence for Life approach is changing the way people live and act. John also talks about his wife Connie, their foundation and the reason why he plays piano like it’s a percussion instrument!

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Tyler Mount, Tony Award Winning Producer and best version Vlog on Broadway

Tyler Mount is a Tony Award winning Producer. Mentored by Hunter Arnold, Tyler is emblematic of best version producers. From humble beginnings, he climbed his way from stage manager to producer. His vlog has over 3 million followers across 169 countries.

Grammy Winner and TV Host Babbie Mason talks about the art of songwriting

Babbie Mason is a phenomenal talent, songwriter, television host, woman of faith, wife, mother and great friend. Hear her inside story on writing inspirational songs and motivating others to greatness. Visit www.babbie.com for more information. With her new book Fully Qualified, Babbie states that you can release the untapped potential that is already inside you. You can find the key to your distinct purpose and uniqueness. You can cultivate the gifts and talents you already possess. And you can realize success regardless of age.

Tommy Roe's opening band was The Beatles. Hear the back story on this legendary songwriter.

Our Legends Show today features the one and only Tommy Roe. The year was 1963. Tommy Roe was touring England with his #1 hit Sheila. Four shaggy haired lads from Liverpool called The Beatles were his opening band. That following February, they came to America to be on the Ed Sullivan Show and Tommy Roe opened for them at an auditorium in Washington D.C. Tommy went on to sing and write Dizzy, Oh Sweet Pea, Everybody and so many other #1 hits. Today, Tommy continues life, but his new normal includes caring for his wife who suffers from Alzheimers. Hear the complete story and enjoy reliving the past.

Jon Provost, the star of Lassie, played Timmy Martin celebrates his 70th birthday!

Success Made to Last celebrates the 70th birthday of Jon Provost today who played Timmy Martin on Lassie.  Jon also starred with some of the greatest actors of all time including Jane Wyman, Sterling Hayden, William Holden, Natalie Wood, Robert Redford and actually got top billing over Clint Eastwood in the first movie made in Japan after World War II.

The check shirt and jeans that Jon wore for seven years on Lassie hangs in the Smithsonian next to Archie Bunker’s chair. The world continues to watch Jon every week on Lassie in over 50 countries.

This show is sponsored www.gracefully-yours.com, America’s favorite birthday cards. Visit gracefully-yours.com today and see all of their Church Kitchen Ladies cards.

 

 

Joe Camp, Creator of Benji movies, debuts new book God Only Knows

Joe Camp, Creator of Benji movies, debuts new book God Only Knows. Joe developed the singular most beloved and popular movie about a dog titled Benji. Despite all the obstacles of the industry, he got the movie produced and distributed. Along the way, he met mentors like Danny Arnold (That Girl) who taught him story structure and how to present a narrative that would engage audiences. Hear this exclusive interview only on Success Made to Last with host Rick Tocquigny.  This show is presented by Gracefully-Yours.com, America’s favorite encouragement greeting cards featuring Church Kitchen Ladies.

 

 

 

Vicki Lawrence talks about her successful career

Multi-talented Vicki Lawrence, is an Emmy awarded actress, comedian and singer known for her many characters she originated on CBS’s The Carol Burnett Show where she appeared from 1967 to 1978. One such character is Thelma Harper/Mama that can still be viewed on Time-Life DVD’s.

Vicki was diagnosed with chronic idiopathic urticaria (CIU) in 2011. On this show, she talks with her doctor about this chronic ailment.

In 1974 Vicki married the head of CBS make up, Al Schultz, her best friend and professional partner. Al and Vicki have two grown children, Courtney and Garrett.

On stage, Vicki has appeared in Hello Dolly, Carousel, Chapter Two, Annie Get Your Gun and Nunsense. She was sung the #1 hit song The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia.

Ed Asner- TV's most awarded actor, shares lessons from UP.

Ed Asner gives an actor’s perspective on Pixar’s UP. Hear why Karl and Ellie always longed for Paradise Falls. Ed talks about why UP is a very special movie filled with important life lessons about being your best version.

Brittany Zeinstra, featured actress in Harry Potter and The Cursed Child and formerly of The Prom!

Broadway actress Brittany Zeinstra is now performing in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Previously starring in The Prom, Brittany career has been spectacular!  Hear this exclusive interview and her advice to young actors entering the industry.

 

Deana Martin- what's it like to be mentored by Frank Sinatra?

Deana Martin, daughter of Dean Martin, is a tour de force singer. She talks about her famous mentors including Ella Fitzgerald and “Uncle” Frank Sinatra. Listen to an average day at the Martin household usually including visits from Rosemary Clooney. Make sure and buy her newest CD Swing Street.

Ozzie and Sharon's very own Jack Osbourne shares lessons on show biz and MS

Jack Osbourne is the real deal. Hear this fascinating, insightful interview with the son of Sharon and Ozzie Osbourne. What’s it like to work with his Dad on a travel show. How’s married life and most importantly, how in the world is Jack battling MS?  You MUST read his book, You Don’t Know Jack About MS!

Ralph Carmichael, legendary orchestra leader for I Love Lucy conducts a memorable podcast.

Enjoy this amazing podcast with 85 year young Ralph Carmichael, orchestra leader over The I Love Lucy show and Red Skelton Hour. Hear his secret to collaborating for success. His advice on writing music lyrics is priceless.

Roma Downey, star of Touched by an Angel and The Bible, talks about her best version by prioritizing key projects that make the biggest impact.

Roma Downey, best known for her role as Monica the angel on Touched by an Angel, shares “best version” examples especially with her collaboration with husband Mark Burnett (Survivor). Today, she uses her celebrity to work on projects of the heart.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Victoria Jackson, funny comedian from SNL talks about overcoming breast cancer.

Victoria Jackson, known for her on stage acrobatics and comedic timing on SNL, talks intimately about overcoming stage four cancer. This is a story of faith and fortitude.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Bill Berloni- Tony award winning animal trainer for Annie.

Bill Berloni was denounced as an actor and tasked with finding a dog to play Sandy in the pre-broadway production of a nascent play titled Little Orphan Annie. Hear the origin story of this Tony award winning animal trainer and his further exploits in Legally Blond.

Larry Matthews, starred as Ritchie on the Dick Van Dyke Show, provides tribute to Mary Tyler Moore...his mentor and show Mom.

Larry Matthews pays tribute to the late, great Mary Tyler Moore, his television Mom for five seasons on The Dick Van Dyke show. Listen to the stories of her strength, character and kindness.

Bill Mumy from Lost in Space gives incredible career advice.

Bill Mumy (Will Robinson on Lost in Space) is an accomplished actor from 400 different television episodes and a world class guitarist. Enjoy his career advice to young actors and his commentary on playing in musical groups for over thirty years. Bill also pays tribute to Jonathan Harris who played Dr. Smith on Lost in Space.

Justin Osmond goes from deaf to defining greatness!

Justin Osmond was the second son of Muriel and Merrill Osmond. Born with profound hearing loss, Justin went through 12 years of therapy. Despite 90% loss, he went on to master the violin, piano and drums. Truly finding his best version, enjoy this inspirational story of overcoming a handicap.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Valerie Pettiford from HBO's True Blood reveals secret to success.

Valerie Pettiford podcast is one of the most popular of all time. She shares invaluable lessons from her Mom and Dad. Hear her stories about working with Desi and Luci Arnaz in a broadway played titled Bobaloo.

Rose Marie, from The Dick Van Dyke Show, sang to five U.S. Presidents.

From vaudeville to Doris Day Show and Hollywood Squares, Rose Marie’s career spans eight decades. Listen to the end of the show with a special surprise visit from Carl Reiner and Peter Marshall.

Duane Chase and Debbie Turner from The Sound of Music talk about film and life after the movie.

After The Sound of Music, Duane Chase (Fredrick) turned out to be a world class geologist with a Master’s degree from The University of Alabama AND Debbie Turner (Marta) became a sought after florist, decorating the White House at Christmas.

Success Made to Last with Kate Walsh of 13 Reasons Why

According to actress Kate Walsh, protein can help you achieve the best version of you! Listen to this important show featuring Kate and her physician, Dr. Suzette Purera.

Legends

Legendary Songwriter Don McLean riffs about the origin of American Pie and Vincent

Guess the top five songs of the last 100 years and American Pie by legendary Don McLean ranks #5. Wow, that’s amazing, but so is Don. You will find this interview illuminating, entertaining and informative. We love Don for his originality and non-conformist attitude. Listen carefully to the origin story of Vincent. Don has never talked about his own mental state reflected in this song. This guy is raw, real and authentically a legend.

Legendary Ad Exec Keith Reinhard shares exclusive stories on storytelling and source of creativity

Success Made to Last honors legendary advertising executive Keith Reinhard, creator of ad campaign of the century by Ad Age for McDonald’s “You deserve a break today.” Hear Keith’s secret to becoming your best version. Listen to his past experiences and apply these incredible lessons to your own career.

What if you were given the challenge of writing 26 humorous radio commercials for State Farm Insurance? “Go to your typewriter and type until you laugh” was the advice given by Keith’s boss.
Hear about Harrison Ford’s dad, Christopher Ford and how he led Keith into Hollywood.

Looking for inflection points, Keith wrote the very first national ad campaign for McDonalds. For those of you that are into mergers and acquisitions, hear how Keith brought disparate cultures together.

Dr. Ivan Misner, Father of Modern Networking, founder of business networking organization BNI

Dr. Ivan Misner, Father of Modern Networking, provides an exclusive interview on Success Made to Last, talking about the origin of the business networking organization BNI. Interviewed by Stewart Emery, a theme of “givers gain” is a consistent thread throughout 24 books that Dr. Misner has authored, including Who’s in Your Room, co written by Stewart. BNI has over 270,000 members in 9400 chapters that generated 12.3 million referrals resulting in $16.7 billion dollars worth of business for its members.   He was named Humanitarian of the Year by the Red Cross and recently received the recipient of the John C. Maxwell Leadership Award.

Dr. Ken Blanchard, famed author, talks about 10 favorite mentors.

Few people have influenced the day-to-day management of people and companies more than Dr. Ken Blanchard. A prominent, sought-after author, speaker, and business consultant, Dr. Blanchard is respected for his lifetime of groundbreaking research and thought leadership that has influenced the day-to-day management and leadership of people and companies throughout the world.

This show is sponsored by JobReady. Their mission: reach 1 million job seekers who want to reskill. JobReady, in partnership with the philanthropic National Education Foundation, has aggregated on one platform some of the best skills-based online training in the world–SkillSoft, 180 Skills, and Harvard Managementor–and offers them at disruptively low prices to ma them affordable for those seeking to reskill.  If you want to find out more, contact Tim at tim.moore@jobready.me.

This show is also presented by MilamberUSA, an advisory and venture development firm. The three partners–located in Boston, Austin, and San Francisco–have excelled in many of the functional domain on the “sell side” of the higher ed and workforce ecosystems. We help companies grow. If you want to chat, reach out to Tim at tim@milamberusa.com.

Colonel Oliver North- exclusive interview with American hero, patriot, father and hero.

Colonel Oliver North provides beautiful stories on American’s heroes from our most recent conflicts. Never forget the men and women who make sacrifices to defend our freedom.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Stewart Emery talks about building durable success in life.

Known as the Father of the modern Human Potential Movement, Stewart Emery created the most successful ad campaign in the history with MasterCard “priceless”.  Stewart  shares this exclusive interview on the true meaning of success with additional commentary of fatherless homes in America.

This show is sponsored by JobReady. Their mission: reach 1 million job seekers who want to reskill. JobReady, in partnership with the philanthropic National Education Foundation, has aggregated on one platform some of the best skills-based online training in the world–SkillSoft, 180 Skills, and Harvard Managementor–and offers them at disruptively low prices to ma them affordable for those seeking to reskill.  If you want to find out more, contact Tim at tim.moore@jobready.me.

This show is also presented by MilamberUSA, an advisory and venture development firm. The three partners–located in Boston, Austin, and San Francisco–have excelled in many of the functional domain on the “sell side” of the higher ed and workforce ecosystems. We help companies grow. If you want to chat, reach out to Tim at tim@milamberusa.com.

Richard Sterban of The Oak Ridge Boys talks about his mentor Johnny Cash.

You have to listen to this show if you like Elvis or Johnny Cash. Those two were the mentors of Richard Sterban, bass singer for The Oak Ridge Boys. Mentors truly bring out the best version, instilling confidence and stamina.

Ed Asner- hear the exploits of 90 year old "Lou Grant"

Ed Asner gives an actor’s perspective on Pixar’s UP. Hear why Karl and Ellie always longed for Paradise Falls. Ed talks about why UP is a very special movie filled with important life lessons about being your best version.

Mike Berenstain returns to talk about the Bears' newest adventure.

Mike Berenstain speaks fondly about his parents Stan and Jan. Their life lessons continue to guide him today. Hear the importance of self reliance and tenacity.  Mike also opines on the importance of whole families led by fathers. Enjoy our audience callers who ask “why does Papa Bear always wear bib overalls?”   The most precious story shared is how Stan and Jan taught Mike to draw.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

3 1/2 Degrees- People Who Know People

Father's Day Special with Heather Barnes Tocquigny and Jennifer Tocquigny

Two millennials and one Dad create a fun show on Father’s Day. Our signature questions are featured with “what is the most important gift we can give one another.” Enjoy this delightful conversation that embraces relationships and love with Heather Tocquigny Barnes, Jennifer Tocquigny and their Dad, Rick Tocquigny, co-founder of Success Made to Last.

Jane Hoover- former VP of Government Affairs for P&G shares exclusive stories on Nixon and Johnson..… and Robert Redford!

Jane Hoover relays the insider story on Brice Harlow, mentor of LBJ, Richard Nixon and four other presidents. Hear about “trust as a currency.” Enjoy the encounter of Jane with Robert Redford, who interviewed Jane to prepare for his role in All the President’s Men.

Pat Smith, wife of Emmitt Smith, riffs about motherhood, faith and life with Emmitt.

Pat Smith is one of our favorite guests, speaking intimately about her life, competing for Miss America, loving her Mom, and the importance of mentors in her life.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Kathryn Spivak, daughter of famed economist and author Peter Drucker talks about her Dad.

Peter Drucker would be proud of his children, especially Kathryn Spivak. Listen to the heartwarming stories of her Dad. Out of his goodness and charity came some of the best known quotes for our business acumen.

SPORTS LEGENDS

Don Shula is honored by his good friend Dr. Ken Blanchard. Don remains the most victorious coach in NFL history.

Don Shula passed away at 90 years young. A true legend, gentleman, tough coach, ultimate best version guy. Listen to this very exclusive tribute by his good friend and co-author of Everyone’s a Coach, Dr. Ken Blanchard.

Legendary Baseball Legend Fred Lynn, one of the greatest hitters of all time!

Success Made to Last welcomes legendary baseball player Fred Lynn. In this insightful interview with host Tim Moore, Fred talks about winning, extraordinary teams at Boston, and gives advice to the next generation of athletes. Learn about when the light bulb went on that Fred could play in the “bigs.”

Did you know that Fred actually went to USC on a football scholarship and played for legendary coach John McKay.
Fred talks about his performance was elevated by great teammates. Fred never played on a bad team. He was on three national championships at USC. It wasn’t until 1974 that he played on a losing team. He was now paired with Jimmy Rice. The goal was always to get to the next level. His constant goal was ALWAYS WIN.
Hear the inside story on the 1975 World Series and some of the greatest moments in baseball history.

Fred is truly emblematic of BEST VERSION.

LPGA founding golfers Shirley Spork and Marilynn Smith talk about the early days of starting the Ladies Professional Golfing Association. It's bootstrapping fun!

LPGA founding golfers Shirley Spork and Marilynn Smith talk about the early days of starting the Ladies Professional Golfing Association. It’s bootstrapping fun!

Legendary Coach Dick Swetnam is honored for his Championship leadership

“You learn more about yourself when you lose”…however, Coach Dick Swetnam’s teams rarely lost, especially in 1974. His Sherman Texas Basquetbol team had the alchemy of champions. With leaders like Jim May, Harold Holland, Mark Mailes, John Doherty, Monte Pittman, Larry Atherton, Gary Simon, Richard Wright, Terry Polk, Ricky Sneed, Marcus Winder, Randy Cunningham, Alan Taylor, Dave McGahren, Mike McCommon, Coach Swetnam shaped these young men to be their best version.

Listen to the extraordinary tribute to this special coach. His advice is timeless. “Never validate yourself by how much you make. Validate yourself with character and integrity.” Here’s to you Coach Swetnam and your core values that continue to have ripple effects.

Doug Sanders won 20 victories on the PGA tour. He talks about the one that got away and how it made him a better man.

Enjoy the authentic stories from legendary golfer Doug Sanders. Known as the Peacock of the Fairways, Doug was the trendiest, most fashionable golfer in the 1970’s. He now mentors young golfers, teaching them to be the best versions of themselves.

Major League Baseball's Ultimate Professor Vince Gennaro

Major League Baseball would not be the same without one of the gurus of the game- Vince Gennaro. Vince has written several books on the sport including Diamonds Dollars: The Economics of Winning in Baseball. As Associate Dean and Clinical Associate Professor at the NYU Tisch Institute for Sports Management, Vince hosts a weekly radio show on SiriusXM. Vince was also Rick Tocquigny’s mentor at PepsiCo and owned a pro sports franchise through out his career.

Pat Williams talks about famed coach John Wooden.

Pat Williams talks about famed coach John Wooden.

Tom Osborne shaped young men into outstanding fathers.

For Tom Osborne, there is a pattern of strong men in his life. Learn the profound differences that fathers make. Hear about Coach Osborne close mentoring relationship with John Wooden, perhaps the greatest coach to ever live. Be inspired by Tom’s favorite life lesson of all time.

This show is presented by www.Gracefully-Yours.com greeting cards. We use these cards to celebrate birthdays and to encourage others to practice greatness. Their mentoring cards #145 are the best we have ever seen. The recipients of the cards love the sentiment and appreciate the personal touch.

Life Coach: Small Town Lessons with Coach Ronnie Gage, Legendary Texas Football Coach

Success Made to Last honors Coach Ronnie Gage, legendary Texas football coach. A member of the Hall of Fame, Coach Gage led two teams at Lewisville High School to multiple 5A championships. While coaching at Austin College, he made a remarkable move to give 60 year old Tommy Thompson a chance to play. Now a part of history, Tommy became the oldest player to ever score in an NCAA football game. Hear this fun story about never giving up. It’s never too late to make history. Becoming your best version has no limits.

Disruptive Young Leaders

Brad Charron leveraged experience from Under Armour and Chobani into ALOHA FOODS

We picked Brad Charron as one of America’s top young leaders. With marketing experience from Under Armour and Chobani Yogurt, Brad took his skills to Aloha Foods, pioneer in plant based foods. Brad’s core values and street sense carry him forward on a daily basis.

Rex Kruzius of Asset Panda talks about an uber success story managing your valuable property.

Rex Kruzius of Asset Panda talks about an uber success story. What’s the story inside this extraordinary leader?
Rex is the Founder and CEO (Chief Panda) of Asset Panda, a revolutionary new system that automates and simplifies the job of tracking, managing and supporting fixed assets.
At his core Rexis an entrepreneur. His vision has resulted in tremendous growth and recognition for his companies. Rex’s prior successes include founding and operating companies such as Resulte Universal (sold to Spherion), Timberhorn (sold to Ettain Group), Virtual Village (sold to Jobs and Adverts), and LRK Partners.

David Van Himbergen led Tide Spin talks about extending brand equity across new verticals

The rate of change in business has never been faster, according to Dave Van Hinbergen. Dave led the expansion of Tide Spin as a franchise. Embracing technology to solve a problem and develop a consumer business was the formula used by Dave’s team. People need outsourced laundry. Hear the story of experimenting with the test market in Kansas City.

David is now COO at Green Park Brands continuing his fantastic journey in leadership.

William Barnes, CEO of Austin based Moving Capital

William Barnes, CEO of Austin based Moving Capital, provides an exclusive interview on 40 under 40. William was one of the first fifty leaders at Uber. William’s team opened and scaled the Los Angeles market for Uber. His leadership expanded to the entire West Coast operations.   Now overseeing an angel investment syndicate, William advises the next generation “to take more risks, get inside interesting companies and gain industry experience that can be compounded. The market will find you more valuable.”

Jaspar Weir, President and Co-Founder of Austin based TaskUs

Enjoy the thought leadership of Jaspar Weir, co-founder and President of Austin based TaskUs. Hear about their ridiculously successful team. TaskUs is the secret behind the phenomenal scaling of some of the world’s most disruptive companies. TaskUs are digital masters, system architects, culture builders and startup & scale specialists.

Dave Knox- former P&G exec and WPP Ventures leaders shares secrets on leading and investing in startups.

Dave Knox, named one of the top 40 under leaders at P&G Alumni Network, talks about his book- Predicting the Turn. Learn how Dave plays poker, leads brands and people, and shapes company culture.

This show is sponsored by JobReady. Their mission: reach 1 million job seekers who want to reskill. JobReady, in partnership with the philanthropic National Education Foundation, has aggregated on one platform some of the best skills-based online training in the world–SkillSoft, 180 Skills, and Harvard Managementor–and offers them at disruptively low prices to ma them affordable for those seeking to reskill.  If you want to find out more, contact Tim at tim.moore@jobready.me.

This show is also presented by MilamberUSA, an advisory and venture development firm. The three partners–located in Boston, Austin, and San Francisco–have excelled in many of the functional domain on the “sell side” of the higher ed and workforce ecosystems. We help companies grow. If you want to chat, reach out to Tim at tim@milamberusa.com.

Jason Nazar brilliantly leads Comparably with an eye for excellence in corporate culture

Jason Nazar recalls his Dad coming from the school of hard knocks. Listen to the origin story on Doc Stock and the exit strategy to Intuit. Learn from his startup experience at Comparably and their mission statement concerning corporate culture.

This show is sponsored by JobReady. Their mission: reach 1 million job seekers who want to reskill. JobReady, in partnership with the philanthropic National Education Foundation, has aggregated on one platform some of the best skills-based online training in the world–SkillSoft, 180 Skills, and Harvard Managementor–and offers them at disruptively low prices to ma them affordable for those seeking to reskill.  If you want to find out more, contact Tim at tim.moore@jobready.me.

Ann Candido, former P&G communications exec, author of Super Highway of Relevancy

Ann Candido is highly opinionated, a former Vice President at P&G, and now author of Superhighway of Relevancy. She is now the founder of Go for 2 and Co-founder of Forthright People. Through her brand management years she discovered the universal thread that transforms brands into franchises. Hear about “brand-love” that makes all the difference.

Travel

Pauline Frommer, talks about travel in the changing world, still looking for the best value

In 1947, Arthur Frommer was touring Europe after World War II, and wrote a book Europe on $5 Per Day.
Today, his daughter Pauline leads Frommer Travel and has a clear vision for the future of travel.

Furthermore, Pauline spiels about the “boffo” business model of AirBnb and how they have captured a new interest. It’s lightning in the bottle.

So much of what makes travel so wonderful is that you can see how history effects how people live today. Read Midnight’s Child before going to India. Just be prepared by reading or researching to get the most out of each trip.

Transformed Travel with Matthew Phillips, Director of Travel for AARP talking about Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Anniston is now a part of this travel space called AARP journeys. Enjoy our AARP Travel series with our special returning guest Matthew Phillips. Matthew talks about “instagramable trips.” This is an increasing way to share, show off and inform others of trips. Learn about AARP specials by booking on www.aarp.org. This center is powered by Expedia. Get current information relative to recent travel news. Enjoy our famous sensory lightning round with host Rick Tocquigny. How will Matthew answer questions on sites, smells, sounds, tastes, and touch???

Travel to Peru through film producer lens of Jennifer Tocquigny

You will want to travel to Peru and hike to Machu Picchu after hearing this travel show with Hollywood film producer Jennifer Tocquigny. Through Jennifer’s lens, you will journey to this beautiful land, learn about the ancient paths of the Incas, and experience this country through your five senses. Remember to acclimatize yourself to the altitude. Stay in shape to make this special pilgrimage.

Transformed Traveler adventures to Thailand with Tippi Sucharitakul

Transformed Traveler adventures to Thailand with Tippi Sucharitakul. Journey through your five senses with Tippi and Rick. You will be inspired to travel to Thailand and beyond.

Legendary travel writer Pico Iyer talks about pilgrimage adventure and sensory travel.

Pico Iyer is one of the most awarded travel writers of the day. Our favorite books of his is The Global Soul.  British-born essayist and novelist of Indian descent, he began his career documenting a neglected aspect of travel — the sometimes surreal disconnect between local tradition and imported global pop culture.

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Stephanie Oswald, former CNN Travel Correspondent and The Travel Girl talks about Stay-cations

The Transformed Traveler show, focused on sensory travel, features the one and only Travel Girl Stephanie Oswald, former lead travel consultant with CNN. Hear Stephanie’s suggestion on keeping young children creatively engaged while on vacation.
She provides a glimmer of hope as we all wish to go on vacation again.
Stephanie plays into our famous lightning round answering questions about favorite sites, sounds, smells, taste and touch (new people she met).

The Internationalist Trendsetters

Manos Spanos SVP of Dannon North America merges art and science through brand storytelling.

Manos Spanos, Senior Vice President of Dannon, and former Mountain Dew brand manager, is motivated by the notion that art meets science. It’s a tango through brand storytelling where technological tools fuses with marketing. The net result is superior results at Dannon Yogurt.

Deborah Malone, The Internationalist, digs deep with this interview to understand what it takes to create balance. Start small, build wings, develop culture with balance, not fully stocked with everything, listening to all voices. Moreover, then market the marketing.

This show talks about CHRONIC bad advertising. Look at the sea of sameness in marketing.
How do you improve and breakout? Change your storytelling to become more culturally relevant.
Be owners of content versus buyers of content.

Be a breakthrough brand. Use data to get to solid consumer insight. Use machines to optimize content. Show up and STAND OUT. Creative brilliance must come in and amplify the message of influencers through machine technology.

Trendsetters with Rick Tocquigny, Co Founder of Success Made to Last talks about the future of podcasting

Deborah Malone, The Internationalist, explores the future of podcasting with podcast veteran Rick Tocquigny. Hear about the future dynamics of podcasting and how Success Made to Last plans on embracing the changes to help its audience become the best version of themselves.

Amanda Brinkman, Chief Brand Officer for Deluxe transformed company in 100th year

Listen to small business owners and you put a face to the business and want to support them. That’s what Amanda Brinkman and Deluxe accomplished in their 100th year. Creating a movement for small businesses, they authentically established a citadel of services including reaching customers, retaining, marketing, operations and resources.

Brad Jakeman, Former PepsiCo Exec, Founder of ReThink Food

Brad Jakeman of ReThink Food is all about a significant changes in food, with less resources serving a billion more people in the next twenty years. As we urbanize, how we manage our food supply must be addressed in a disruptive way. ReThink works with growth stage companies, consumer packaged goods, and agri companies to create scale.

Dropbox's CMO Tifenn Dano Kwan talks about the new future of work and connecting to 450,000 business teams

Tifenn Dano Kwan is the new Chief Marketing Officer of Dropbox. A true internationalist, Tifenn was raised in France, worked in Paris, Montreal, Sydney and Singapore settling in San Francisco with SAP.

Created in 2007, Dropbox 2020 connects over 450,000 business teams and more than 500 million users.

Dropbox’s mission is to design a more enlightened way of working. Tifenn envisions improved collaborative work. While we are pivoting to digital out of necessity, Dropbox leads the way in the “future of work.” It’s already here, but we need to do this as business people with honorable goals.

Investments have to be completely altered. You have to shift strategies and never return to legacy of how they how operating in the past. Why go back to the legacy of the past? The one measure is Return on Investment.

Today is not business as usual. They had to ensure that everyone could voice their concern respecting the sudden change that happened.

Newly named the CMO and The Internationalist of the Year, Kwan came from SAP. Dropbox is truly about working at home. These times are unprecedented and Dropbox wanted to bring compassion to the current situation.

Her key advice- make every bit of communication contextual…that’s all types of messages including rapid response. Tifenn also is focused on technology that provides digital touch points. These actions must be done with respect for customers. The way Dropbox communicates truly matters regardless of time of crisis.

Deborah Malone ask a key question about events being “gone forever”  and new kind of exhaustion. Hear Tifenn’s answer about finding a better balance.

Marla Kaplowitz, CEO of 4 A's shares media insider view with Deborah Malone

Marla Kaplowitz is the CEO and President of 4 A’s.
Founded in 1917, the 4A’s was established to promote, advance and defend the interests of member agencies, their employees and the industry at large. The organization serves 700+ member agencies across 1,300 offices, which control more than 85% of total U.S. advertising spend.

As the leading trade organization for marketing communication agencies, the 4A’s purpose is to help empower its members to deliver insightful creativity that drives commerce, and influences culture all while moving the industry forward.

The organization provides community, leadership, advocacy, guidance and best-in-class training that help enable agencies to innovate, evolve and grow.

4A’s Benefits division insures more than 160,000 employees and its D.C. office advocates for policies that best support a thriving advertising industry.

The 4A’s Foundation fuels a robust diversity pipeline of talent for its members and the marketing and media industry, fostering the next generation of leaders.

The organization is dedicated to, and vested in, our members’​ success just as they are dedicated to helping brands create, distribute, and measure effective and insightful advertising and marketing.

Corporate communications guru Anthony Farina from CSL- world's largest bio-tech company

Anthony Farina is globally recognized as an innovative and results-oriented strategic communications leader with an established record of developing and leading creative, high-performance global teams that deliver against business objectives. He has held a range of progressive leadership roles during his 30-year communications career in both the private and public sectors, including as an Associated Press award-winning journalist and executive communications director for the governor of Delaware.

As the first Chief Communications Officer for one of the world’s largest — and oldest — biotech companies CSL Limited (ASX: CSL), Anthony leads strategic communications, brand and reputation management, and corporate affairs for the company in more than 60 countries with 21,000+ employees and nearly $10 billion in annual revenue.

Under Anthony’s leadership, CSL has evolved from “the largest company no one has ever heard of” to a global brand leader in rare diseases. He created CSL’s global Communications function, launched its first global brand positioning as well as employer brand, transformed its digital communications into leading-edge capabilities and developed a differentiated content strategy which is yielding tangible business results. During Anthony’s tenure, CSL’s CEO has emerged as a global thought leader, earning a number of recognitions including “CEO of the Year” by the highly respected Australian Financial Review. Forbes also named CSL among its Top 50 employers in the world in 2017 and 2018 for the first time.

Anthony was named among the world’s top 25 communications and marketing leaders as “Internationalist of the Year” in 2017 for championing innovative communications strategies and advocating responsible brand-building. He is widely recognized for his Public Relations excellence, including receiving the Best of Silver Anvil Award and 2 additional Silver Anvil Awards by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA.)

Blackrock's Global Head of Media Graciela Benveniste shares exclusive insights on frequency of data.

Graciela Benveniste recognizes that people are experiencing an inundation of information now. She also admits that consumers now expect brands, particularly financial services, to help with analysis and trends on everything from the global economy to personal finances.

As Global Head of Media at investment management corporation BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, her role is essentially to provide the right message to the right audience at the right time. She is particularly sensitive to that fine line between a message’s relevance and its frequency, or perhaps more accurately said, the effects of its “over-exposure.” Her role is daunting in the best of times and is particularly challenging today.

Trendsetter features Jodi Harris, Global VP Culture & Capability of inBev. Hear how inBev has redirected resources for Covid-19.

Our host, Internationalist Deborah Malone interviews In Bev’s Global VP Marketing of Culture and Capability, Jodi Harris. Jodi directs the company ethos operating as owners to bring people together for a better world. As the world’s largest brewery, they are structured as local communities with the power to scale up, move quickly, empower people, dreaming big to assist others during this pandemic. After all all, it takes the same energy to dream big or small.    In Bev has packaged three million hand sanitizers. Hear the story of Stella Artois brand helping to save bars and restaurants.  They have shifted their gears in how to communicate, act faster and adapt. In Bev sees the change that has to be made. Hear about their “Beer and Creativity Sessions.” They differentiate between ingenuity and innovation allowing the individuals and teams to run with creativity. New avenues have to be found to celebrate. Work has to matter more, especially NOW. You have to talk about the real role of your brand today ranging from sense of belonging to safety. REIMAGINE WHAT YOUR COMPANY CAN DO FOR PEOPLE RIGHT NOW.

According to Jodi, if you haven’t gone through your digital transformation, you are too late. You need to be DOING, not thinking about next steps. Be smart, prioritize your investments for a new fundamental business model. Codify new approaches and go fast without worrying about perfection.

Trendsetters with Bob Liodice, CEO of Association of National Advertisers
Bob Liodice is a our special guest on The Internationalist’s Trendsetter show. Bob is the CEO of Association of National Advertisers. He talks with Success Made to Last’s Deborah Malone about brands focused on story-doing versus story telling. The new world is Business to Humans. Brands can be a force for good.

Bob Liodice is chief executive officer of the ANA. He previously served as executive vice president, responsible for member relations and business development with a primary focus on strengthening relationships with ANA member companies and broadening the membership base. Bob joined the ANA as senior vice president in 1995.

Prior to the ANA, he was vice president of global marketing and sales for Grupo Televisa, a major worldwide broadcaster. His previous experience includes more than 15 years in marketing and financial management at Kraft General Foods and tenure as category marketing manager for the Jell-O and Bakers brands.

He is a member of the boards of directors of The Advertising Council, Advertising Research Foundation, Advertising Self-Regulatory Council, Geopath, Advertising Educational Foundation, Digital Advertising Alliance, Trustworthy Accountability Group, and World Federation of Advertisers.

This show is hosted by Deborah Malone, The Internationalist. Visit www.the-internationalist.com today. Trendsetters lives at the heart of the internationalist mission spotlighting people and ideas in international marketing. Contact Deborah to reshape the future of your marketing strategy.

COUNTRY WESTERN STARS

Crystal Gayle, phenomenal country western singer and extraordinary woman


Don’t it make your brown eyes blue? Crystal Gayle shares the origin of her most popular song and also talks about her family and her musical mentors in life.

Marty Haggard, son of Merle Haggard in a special tribute to his Dad, singer/songwriters of over 110 hits!

This is the most extraordinary exclusive interview of Marty Haggard, son of Country Western Mega Star Merle Haggard. Marty was with Dad when he wrote all his best hits. Friends of Johnny Cash, Marty Robbins, Bill Anderson, Marty got to know every single person in the country western industry through his Dad.
Raised by this grandmother for the first 12 years, Marty grew up in a railroad boxcar, then moved in with his Dad. Honest to the core, Marty is an incredible son and accomplished musician himself. Check out his website www.martyhaggard.com and see when is in concert in your area.
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Legendary Bill Anderson has had over 400 of his songs recorded by the best and brightest.


You will love this entertaining interview between legendary icon Bill Anderson and our Tim Moore riffing about the country western music stars life and success.

Lacy J. Dalton belts out Hard Times and shares life near Bonanza!

Lacy J. Dalton is an All American country singer and songwriter. Known for her gritty, powerful vocals, People Magazine likened Lacy to Bonnie Raitt. Hear about her musical influences namely Waylon Jennings, Billie Holiday and Bob Dylan. Today, Lacy lives near the Ponderosa Ranch made famous on Bonanza. When she is not on tour, she works with wild horses!!

Rhonda Vincent is Country western royalty and Hall of Fame at Grand Ole Opry

You will love Rhonda Vincent, country western music star and television icon. Rhonda Lea got her early start as a bluegrass musician at five years old and learned to play multiple instruments. Starting with her own family band The Sally Mountain Show, her career now spans four decades. Vincent has won a Grammy, and 8 time IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year. Enjoy this firecracker of an interview.

Larry Stewart of Restless talks about the best country songs of all time, hear him sing Wichita Lineman

Paducah, Kentucky’s best ever, Larry Stewart of Restless Heart talks about great songwriting. Hear his story on two home runs and a pink T-bird. Listen to his stories about Larry Gatlin, Johnny Cash and Elvis.
Listen to Larry’s perspective on the secret of longevity. A member of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, this is a great interview where you can learn about becoming your own best version.

T. Graham Brown riffs about Country music. He Tells It Like It Used to BE!

He’s the real deal. T. Graham Brown is the bluesy, country singer who sings songs about real living. Like his song, he tells it like it ought to be. He’s ready to go to work. Visit him at www.tgrahambrown.com.

Pam Tillis, Singer of Maybe it was Memphis, shares her legendary songwriting tips

Pam Tillis is truly part of country music royalty. The daughter of Mel Tillis, Pam is now enshrined in the Grand Ole Opry Hall of Fame. As CMA Female Vocalist of the Year, she signs powerful songs that often evoke laughter, tears and deep joy. Hear the origin story of Maybe it was Memphis and her Pam talk about the backstory of Ruby…Don’t Take Love to Town. She’s delightful and a sweetheart of a guest. Most of all…she’s the best version!

Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge Boys riffs about his mentors Elvis and Johnny Cash!!

Enjoy this extraordinary interview as bass singer Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge Boys talks intimately about the clear direction that Johnny Cash provided and the musings of Elvis Presley. This will inspire you to find world class mentors in your life.

Lee Greenwood shares insight on God Bless the USA and talks about his beginnings in Vegas

CMA Award winning singer and songwriter Lee Greenwood recalls singing to Presidents Reagan, Bush, Carter, Nixon and Ford and six First Ladies at the Reagan Presidential Library. His God Bless the USA is an anthem that carries America during our toughest times. Lee gives an encouraging word to Americans as we hit our restart button.

Straight From Kentucky singer and songwriter J.D. Shelburne shares exclusive story on his hit song.

J.D. Shelburne co wrote and sings the ultimate anthem for the state of Kentucky with some inside secrets. Listen to the fun show about this up and coming Country star that Texas Roadhouse has honored as Artist of the Month. He’s also pictured on the front of the Kentucky Tour Guide for 2020. Hear the inside story on writing great songs.

Paige King Johnson debuts Water Down the Whisky on Songwriters Series

Meet the Nashville’s latest sensation, Paige King Johnson and hear Water Down the Whiskey. Listen to why this is a new anthem for dating and breaking up. Hear about Paige’s musical mentors and growing up with great musicians. What does the best version of Paige look like for the future?

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World class photographer Michael Grecco talks about mastering his craft and practicing excellence. Enjoy this exclusive Success interview.

Dr. Ken Blanchard, author of 65 books including The One Minute Manager, shares his view Eagles v. Ducks. It’s a great story on Southwest Airlines.