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Three remarkable CEOs challenge your thinking about life and work


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Renown Portrait Photographer Michael Collopy talks career highlights and lessons learned

What do John Paul II, Mother Teresa, Mick Jagger, Bono, Ella Fitzgerald, and U.S. Presidents Ronald Regan, Bush and Clinton have in common? The answer is: Michael Collopy, one of the nation’s pre-eminent portrait photographers. Host Tom Loarie talks with Mr. Collopy about lessons learned, business success, humility, and the power of listening and observing in any walk of life. Find Show Notes here. Listen below, or by podcast here.


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First-hand transformation: From bleeding cash to a $2 Billion acquisition

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How to Structure The Perfect Pitch for Investors: Host Tom Loarie talks with Dave Mosby

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The Mentors’ “Why”

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Family Legacy: How to Build a Family Company that Endures Five Generations and More

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Former turn-around Sprint CEO Dan Hesse reveals why companies that do good deeds experience higher profits

Former SPRINT CEO Dan Hesse discusses a new value-based metrics that will improve your career and life, with The Mentors Radio host Tom Loarie. This new way to value and rate companies aims to make work and life better for everyone—not just the educated, skilled and lucky, and not just the “C-suite.” This  new approach is already impacting companies, their customers, shareholders, employees and communities. Find Show Notes here.  Listen to the show podcast below. 


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The Business of “show business” with Ric and Andrew Brutocao

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Former CEO of Sprint Dan Hesse Shares Lessons Learned from Leading a Successful Turnaround

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Tom Loarie talks with Roger Crawford-the award-winning tennis champion born without hands-on how to achieve success

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Learn from the Century’s Most Influential PR Figure, Harold Burson, what’s changed over the years and how to effectively influence buyer decisions today