Host Bill Horan helps listeners uncover hidden talents to maximize individual success.
Christine McKay - Why Not Ask?
Bill Horan talks with Christine McKay, author of WHY NOT ASK. Christine will discuss why she says the hard part of negotiating is between the ears, why it is important to surround ourselves with people who believe in us, why she says "no" is a freedom word and how we can avoid negotiating against ourselves.
Evie Brooks - Investing in Real Estate
Bill Horan talks to Evie Brooks, founder of MY PANAMA VACATION REALTY, about how to invest in real estate. Evie will discuss how investors can achieve a positive cash flow from real estate, why she invests in Panama, what land owners and investors should look at before investing in foreign real estate and typical mistakes investors make.
Renee Marino - Becoming A Master Communicator
Bill Horan talks with Renee Marino, author of BECOMING A MASTER COMMUNICATOR. Renee will discuss why communication is power, how technology has become a crutch for communication, why lack of small talk is bad and why we have lost our ability to listen.
Scott D. Anthony - Eat Sleep Innovate
Bill Horan will interview Scott D. Anthony, author of EAT SLEEP INNOVATE. Scott will discuss why he defines innovation as "something different that creates value," why the key to innovation is changing people's daily habits, how uncertainty increases the need for innovation and how to create a culture of innovation.
Joel Schwartzberg - The Language of Leadership
Bill Horan talks with Joel Schwartzberg, author of THE LANGUAGE OF LEADERSHIP. Joel will discuss why it is one thing to be empathetic and optimistic and another thing to convey this, why information must have a goal or purpose to inspire people, what is the difference between a topic, theme and point, and the difference between need to know and neat to know.
Sean O'Keefe - Launch Your Career
Bill Horan talks with Sean O'Keefe, author of LAUNCH YOUR SUCCESS. Sean will discuss why 80% of jobs come from personal connections, how students who take intentional and strategic action vastly outperform their peers, what he means by the "art of professional persistence" and why a career is like a jungle gym, not a ladder.