What if the difference between today’s mediocrity and tomorrow’s success were all steps you’ve heard before? Things you can do TODAY to get where you want to go tomorrow? Today we’ll tackle just that, learning how to ignite success in 52 easy steps with Dr. Melanie Katzman. We’ve heard a lot of these rules already, but how are we applying them to our lives? Dr. Katzman teaches us how to get on track to become successful.
In our headlines segment, Jim Miller from JD Power and Associates stops by to talk about the trend toward a cashless society. They just finished a survey which shows some surprising results around you and those bills in your wallet. Are we really going plastic only? Plus, we’ll find out why security lawyers call on FINRA to halt their “expungement” process. What the heck is expungement? It’s actually more exciting, and potentially sickening than you can believe.
After a little dose of Doug’s trivia, we’ll wind up the show by throwing out the Haven Life Line to Mitch, a 26 year old who is just starting out in the workforce, asked should he decrease his 401k to just what his employer matches to save cash for a down payment to buy a house or is that not necessary?
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- Securities lawyers call on Finra to halt expungement process (Investment News)
<19:17> Dr. Melanie Katzman
A sought-after expert in executive development, group dynamics, and leadership diversity, she founded Katzman Consulting in 1999 and has worked with businesses in 31 countries. A busy speaker, Katzman is also a partner of the global social enterprise Leaders’ Quest, which serves a community of 12,000 members and facilitates cross-sector strategic discussions on pressing economic and social problems. She has held faculty positions in psychiatry at Weill-Cornell Medical Center and the University of London, was a senior fellow at Wharton Business School’s Center for Leadership and Change Management, and was a visiting professor at Bocconi Business School in Milan, the Henley School of Management in Henley-on-Thames, England, and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She’s also on the international advisory board of Fundação Dom Cabral, South America’s largest business school. She cocreated co-created and co-hosted the show “Women@Work” on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. She has been featured in the Financial Times, New York Times, O Magazine, South China Morning Post, Vanity Fair, and on ABC-TV, CBS-TV, and Lifetime.
You can learn more about Dr. Melanie Katzman on her website.
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<43:19> Doug’s Trivia
- What is the longest-running talk show?
<48:04> Haven Life Line
Mitch, a 26 year old who is just starting out in the workforce, asked should he decrease his 401k to just what his employer matches to save cash for a down payment to buy a house or is that not necessary?
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Join us Friday!
…when we talk to Nick Loper and hear the 9 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Startup.
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