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What does it take to rise to your goal? To become CEO of Your Own Career – of Your Business? Host Bart Jackson, joined by the most fascinating and most helpful guests in business, bring you a lot of fun, humor, and vital counsel from proven masters. So pull up a chair - get informed, get entertained, and seize the wisdom. Visit http://www.theartoftheceo.com/

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What does it take to rise to your goal? To become CEO of Your Own Career – of Your Business? Host Bart Jackson, joined by the most fascinating and most helpful guests in business, bring you a lot of fun, humor, and vital counsel from proven masters. So pull up a chair - get informed, get entertained, and seize the wisdom. Visit http://www.theartoftheceo.com/

    On the Wings of Laughter with Comedian Eddie Brill

    On the Wings of Laughter with Comedian Eddie Brill

    Today we blend some revealing truth with a lot of laughter.  On the Ides of last March the lights Broadway went dark.  Swiftly across this Covid-stricken nation, shows did not go on and the entertainment/performing arts industry vanished from our culture.

    How long can show biz and its performers endure the shut down? What are the creative solutions?  How will the performing arts re-emerge?  Host Bart Jackson brings into the spotlight renowned standup comedian Eddie Brill.  For 17 years, Eddie was the warmup comic for the David Letterman’s Late Show, and for more than a decade served as the show’s talent coordinator.   And while we have Eddie shackled to our studio, he will pull back the curtain and share what it takes to make it as a professional comedian, how to deal with agents, and what kind of laughter we need in our lives.  Tune in and hear intriguing personal tales of comedy’s kings, past and present.  

    • 50 min
    The Food Industry Serves Up Covid-19 Survival

    The Food Industry Serves Up Covid-19 Survival

    Have you dined out lately?  When it comes to the slamming blow dealt by the Covid pandemic, the food industry stands in the top three hardest hit.  Restaurants completely shutdown indefinitely; farmers forced to dump unsold crops while charities scrabble to erect food chains to the hungry; meat packing plants turned into infectious hotspots, and on and on.  Host Bart Jackson brings the nation’s top food industry expert and former CEO/President of the Food Institute, Mr. Brian Todd to lay out the entire spectrum of the challenge.   Honestly - how bad is it now?  Is America ever going to be able to feed itself again?  Will we get back – or if not back – what will be the new forward?  Brian Todd shares the with us the current paving steps on the road toward food industry recovery, and what adaptations will be required to make this breadbasket nation meet the global food needs.  Tune in and learn how you will be food shopping and dining in the future.

    • 44 min
    Finding Healthy Investments in the Covid-19 Crisis

    Finding Healthy Investments in the Covid-19 Crisis

    Is the time to invest when blood is running in the streets, as the legendary Nathan Rothschild claimed?  Certainly, the Coronavirus assault has bled white our physical and financial portfolios, and set us all in unprecedented times.  In response, host Bart Jackson brings aboard Life Science and High Tech industries’ noted expert Steven Katz with a ray of very pragmatic hope.  For over three decades Steve has guided healthcare and high tech firms, serving within as board member and in leadership positions, and without, as invited turnaround consultant.  Steve notes that these two industries – the ones we are pushing forward as our Covid-19 defense - do hold solid opportunities for helping your personal finances survive and even thrive.  Steve reveals an insider’s wise, sensible strategies for finding the potential investments, and determining their value and durability.  Tune in and discover a path toward fiscal health in these bewildering times. 

    • 45 min
    Business Gets the Last Laugh

    Business Gets the Last Laugh

    Do you ever stop to think just what's so funny about Business? Probably not frequently enough. And while business is a vital part of all our lives and society - it is, after all the way we get things done - it involves people, good old Homo sapiens, and therefore naturally holds a deep well of chortles and belly laughs. Host Bart Jackson is back on air this time sharing a rich supply of that good humor. So get set to laugh as Bart wields his half vast supply of business witticisms, many of which may be found in his upcoming book "In the Words of My Wife's Husband... 'Tis a little laughter vaccine which inoculates you taking today too seriously. 

    • 12 min
    The Best In Business – Our 300th Anniversary Show

    The Best In Business – Our 300th Anniversary Show

    Welcome to the Art of the CEO’s 300th Anniversary show. Would you like to hear the wisdom of a seventh-generation oyster fisherman – how the archeologist of the world’s most successful pirate’s sunken ship is amassing another fortune – how to emulate the entrepreneur who exploded with a thousand sales in one day – before he even had a product – the funniest repartee ever made by an IP attorney?   Host Bart Jackson has culled the most hilarious and helpful moments, along with wisest counsel from the hundreds of guests gracing our studios.  This tri-centennial episode distills the essence of our best, and fondly recalls the fun.  Tune in and learn from the nation’s top negotiator how President Donald Trump reveals his fears by inadvertent bits of body language.

     

    • 59 min
    Socially Conscious Investing: the Wisest Wealth Your Money Can Buy

    Socially Conscious Investing: the Wisest Wealth Your Money Can Buy

    Do your personal investments reflect your personal values?  Can you put your money into socially conscious enterprises without sacrificing profits?  Alfred Berkeley, former NASDAQ CEO and Director of the World Economic Forum USA says resoundingly, “Yes you can” – and proves it.  Host Bart Jackson invites Al Berkeley back on the show to detail how he artfully launched the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Fund (the “do-gooder” fund which backs companies dedicated to the U.N’s 17 sustainability goals.) Al explains the power and planning of how socially conscious investing can work for you.  And – don’t miss this – Al Berkeley also reveals the selection strategies and approaches you need to take as you enter the market with your own hard-won cash.  Tune in and learn how you can do well by doing good.

    • 38 min

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