Radio host and mentor CEO Ric Brutocao talks with Michael E. Flynn, co-partner-in-charge at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s Orange County, CA office. Although the legal firm was recently named Top Ten in the country and Top 16 in the world, Mr. Flynn delivers practical, down-to-earth tips and strategies for business owners, entrepreneurs and anyone interested in living the best life they can. Listeners will learn how and why it is so important to have an ethical, trusted and sharp attorney in your back pocket, so to speak. Mr. Flynn shares useful information to help listeners avoid potential problems with government agencies, tax authorities and the business community, how to recognize signs that indicate it’s time to give that attorney a call and get some legal advice, and why online legal resources may not be as sufficient as many think. Young law professionals will find interesting Mr. Flynn’s passion and path to a legal career, a profession he truly enjoys, not to mention the role his father played in his decision—a story you’ll have to listen the show to find out.
Most people don’t think of “heart” when discussing business, but that’s changing. On this episode of “The Mentors” radio show, host Tom Loarie talks with Valerie Weber, Ph.D. on “The Art and Heart of Business.” Listeners will learn what this phrase means, and why embracing it sets business owners and their businesses apart from the competition. You’ll also learn about Dr. Weber’s varied career path, her experience serving as an elected Nevada state legislator, and her passion to teach and coach current and burgeoning leaders in the art and heart of business.
Want a behind-the-scenes look at the superb CEO Mentors you hear each week as hosts of “The Mentors” show? Now’s your chance! Listen as producer Karen Walker interviews “The Mentors” CEO hosts Ric Brutocao, John Phillips and Tom Loarie in a way that reveals their inner motivations and principles in business and their personal reasons for reaching out to YOU by hosting the show. You’ll also enjoy some fun exchanges, and hear guest JW, a 26-year-old young professional, get mentored about career growth and life balance.
The MentorsCEO host Tom Loarie interviews guest Allan Cox, best-selling author and renown advisor to CEOs, teams and boards. Listeners will learn about the innovative work Mr. Cox is doing with top CEOs, and the results, and learn who are the key mentors—and their impact—in Mr. Cox’ life, the role of spirituality in business and much, much more. The discussion will uncover the critical impact of discovering what pulls us forward, and how understanding this component in our life can radically change and improve our trajectory, and ultimately our sense of fulfillment and happiness in life and in work.
On today’s show CEO host Tom Loarie talks with Joseph Cavanaugh III, president ofEquip2Equip, a company dedicated to equipping leaders to equip those they lead. An expert in strengths-based management and a master coach and trainer in MCORE, VIA, Paterson Center LifePlans for individuals and StratOp for organizations, Cavanaugh has coached more than 5,000 individuals throughout North America and around the world.
You can dramatically improve your life and career by understanding and building on your unique strengths. You’ll learn there’s truly is no one just like you! And, you’ll be surprised at how easy — and how eye-opening — is this personal process of discovery and growth!