Larry Webster is the editor-in-chief of a venerable brand with a deep footprint in the automotive world. He oversees the longest-running automotive magazine in the United States.

He’s been hired to relocate his company’s offices from Newport Beach, CA, to Ann Arbor, MI—to place the company right in the middle of all the exciting developments the automotive industry has to offer.

Donny Caccamise, Tom Spence and I talk to him about the trends in the automotive industry that being the foremost authority on the subject gives him the perspective to see.

Mark Goulston is a former trainer of hostage negotiators for the FBI. He returns to the show to share his findings on what it takes to influence others. We examine his latest book on the subject, Real Influence.

Dan Kainen is attempting to change the book industry. While the attention is being focused on e-books, he’s concentrating on improving traditional print book with his patented technology The Motion Viewer. We discuss the first book of its kind that uses Photicular image processing titled Safari.

Jeffrey Solomon is the leader of one of the world’s largest non-profit foundations—the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies. As more MBAs and businesspeople leave corporate America to work as social entrepreneurs, they need a road map of how to begin. We discuss his latest book The Art Of Doing Good.

Oliver Miles is the former British Ambassador to Libya. We discuss the turmoil in that country following the murder of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the aftermath of the Arab Spring.

Andrew Erlich is the nephew of one of Hollywood’s most astonishing silent screen actors, Jack Earle. We discuss the exceptional life of his uncle Jake Erlich, aka Jack Earle.