Category: Business

Ken Winans Gives Market Insights For Investing For The Balance Of 2012

Ken Winans is the show’s investing guru. I invited him to return to the show to forecast what the financial markets for the balance of 2012.

Daniel Coyle Tracks The Keys To Developing Talent And Skill In His Book The Little Book of Talent

Daniel Coyle has taken tips from the talent hotbeds he’s visited for the past five years: top music academies, sports teams, the Navy SEALs, Olympic training centers, and world-class businesses and schools. We discuss his findings that he condensed into a portable manual for coaches and success-oriented people titled The Little Book of Talent.

George Gilder Updates Supply-Side Economics For The 21st Century In His Book Wealth & Poverty

George Gilder wrote the Bible for Supply-Side Economics at the beginning of the Reagan Presidency in the early 1980s. He’s recently updated it for the 21st Century. We discuss why we need Supply-Side Economics today more than ever from his book Wealth & Poverty: A New Edition For The 21st Century.

Bill Walsh Sings The Praises Of Municipal Bonds In An Uncertain Investing World

Bill Walsh puts a luster on the seemingly stodgy world of municipal bonds. With the economic uncertainty surrounding several California cities like Stockton, Mammoth Lakes and San Bernardino, we discuss why muni bonds may be the right investment for many people looking for safe returns on their investments.

Frans Johansson Explains The Role Of Unpredictabilty In Success From His Book The Click Moment

Frans Johansson is an entrepreneur, an author, a speaker and an observer of business paradoxes. We examine the role of unpredictability and how one can seize opportunity in an unpredictable world from his book The Click Moment.

Jordan Goodman Provides Numerous Ways To Slash Payments From His Book Master Your Debt

Jordan Goodman is a former editor at Money magazine where he covered Wall Street. He bills himself as “America’s Money Answers Man.” He shares with us how to slash our monthly payments and become debt free from his latest book Master Your Debt.

Jim Charette Discusses The Importance Of Asking From His Book The Answer Is Yes

Jim Charette is a high-energy consultant who challenges his clients to examine their beliefs and habits, expand their thinking, and realign their priorities. We discuss how he realigns one’s thinking based on his book The Answer Is Yes.

Tom Stanton, Former Senior Investigator For the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, Shares Why Some Firms Thrive While Others Fail

Tom Stanton has examined the financial crisis of 2007-2008 from a different perspective. He’s extracted the governance and management lessons learned from the crisis and distilled them in his new book Why Some Firms Thrive While Others Fail.

Coach Ron Tunick Critiques The VISA Card Debacle At The 2012 London Olympics

Coach Ron Tunick is the CEO of Nation’s Transaction Service—a credit card processing company. He’s also a radio personality on KVTA every Saturday. We discuss the credit card processing debacle at this year’s London Olympics that left many fans at Wembley Stadium without any purchasing power.

Joyce Gioia Describes The Next Workforce Revolution; Older Workers Outnumbering Younger Ones

Joyce Gioia is a sought-after expert in human relations and employment trends. Her company—The Herman Group—tracks the trends of the job market in this country. We discuss an unprecedented event in human workplace history—workers 55+ outnumber workers aged 25-34 in the workforce and what it means for society.

Bill Frank’s Guests

Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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