Steven Spierer, 5/13/17

First, Steve reviews how the autopilot in his new car works (and how it doesn’t work), and some of the bad news autopilot is going to have for professional drivers and for some currently profitable parking lot owners. Next, on January 15, 2009, Captain Sully Sullenberger landed US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River. […]

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Steven Spierer, 4/29/17

New miracles have been discovered and invented in lifesaving techniques for people with heart problems. Steve talks with Mark Lurie, M.D., Medical Director at the Melanie and Richard Lundquist Cardiovascular Institute at Torrance Memorial Medical Center in Torrance, California. Then, on April 9, 2017, law enforcement officers dragged a man off a United Airlines flight. […]

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Steven Spierer, 4/8/17

Pride is not just a deadly sin to be avoided, but also a virtue that motivates, empowers, energizes and inspires. Steve interviews Jessica Tracy, author of Take Pride: Why the Deadliest Sin Holds the Secret to Human Success. var amzn_wdgt={widget:’Carousel’}; amzn_wdgt.tag=’talk0f-20′; amzn_wdgt.widgetType=’ASINList’; amzn_wdgt.ASIN=’0544273176′; amzn_wdgt.title=’Amazon’; amzn_wdgt.marketPlace=’US’; amzn_wdgt.width=’600′; amzn_wdgt.height=’200′;

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Steven Spierer, 4/1/17

It can be frustrating to see others achieve success while your own career track is just okay, especially when you know you are better than them, and even more so when they are succeeding at your expense. Steve interviews Dan Rust, author of Workplace Poker: Are You Playing the Game, or Just Getting Played?  var […]

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Steven Spierer, 3/25/17

The complexity and confusion of multiple choices for preventive and curative healthcare today leaves us to figure out the difference between valid and invalid scientific claims made by those who say they would make us healthy. Health science denial is rampant. Steve interviews Dr. Sara Gorman, author of Denying to the Grave: Why We Ignore […]

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Steven Spierer, 3/18/17

By the time we get to the presidential election in 2020, what would it be like if we were in the middle of a new financial crisis while we were coping with the fear engendered by serious cyber terrorist attacks? Steve interviews Jim Mosquera, author of 2020, a political thriller. Then, Steve as a real […]

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Steven Spierer, 3/11/17

There are as many life stories as there are people on the planet and some are way harder than others. Steve learns about one of those lives, talking with Marlene Mogavero about who she is now and how she got there.

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Steven Spierer, 2/25/17

Steve starts out with some amazing developments in the field of science because routine 3D printing of human body parts may not be far away. Then, Steve talks with Ilyce Glink, an expert in money, about how financial stress interferes with work performance, how employers may be able to help, and how employees may be […]

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Steven Spierer, 2/22/17

Steve chats with Greg Gibbs about the Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum, the Richard Nixon Presidential Museum, real estate and life under President Donald J. Trump.

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Steven Spierer, 2/18/17

The medical diagnoses of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder has long been viewed as bad news of a lifelong struggle. That is wrong. ADHD is a characteristic that can be a valuable tool for advancing in life. Rather than being unfocused, scattered, unreliable or disorganized, it turns out that many have reached the heights of success, […]

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