BusinessWeek report Sarah Lacy talks about the Rebirth of Silicon Valley and the Rise of Web 2.0 with her book, Once Youre Lucky Twice Youre Good, plus she shares how she has been able to connect with up and coming entrepreneurs and chronicle their success.
Bruce Feldman discusses his new book 8 Rules for Marrying My Daughter and other Reasonable Advice from the Father of the Bride, plus he talks about the book 8 Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter that became a hit tv sitcom
Fitness Guru Jack Lalanne talks about his career, 50 plus year marriage and his 75 years of doing physical fitness, plus he talks about his new book Fiscal Fitness.
Larry Winget, the so called Pitbull of Personal development discusses how his book You’re Broke Because You Want to Be offers tips on generating more income, getting out of debt and managing your money
Daron and Brandy talk to Doug Tatum, co-founder of Tatum LLC, an Atlanta-based consulting firm, about his new book entitled No Man’s Land. Doug explains that running a successful company can be a thrill. But for many CEOs, there’s a point at which it becomes no fun at all.