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Bob Selling Discussed on Bob and Sheri
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Aired 3 months ago 35:05
Episode 042: Bob Goff with Jason Jaggard
Bob Goff is living his life to the fullest. He is a lawyer, diplomat, best-selling author, speaker, coach, founder of schools in war zones and an advocate for living an authentic life of love. In this episode, Bob explores the intentionality that allows him to live his full life, illustrated with his signature humor and storytelling. This insightful conversation with Jason Jaggard explores how to find your next opportunity, to create guardrails in your schedule, to find wise people to build into your life and create spontaneous moments with highly intentional practices.
The Global Leadership Summit Podcast
Aired 5 d ago 25:26
Is There Liability in Selling a Policy to a Buyer?
There are many “L” words used to symbolize lasting impressions, like “love,” and “life”. When it comes to selling your policy, the “L” word is liability. In today’s episode, Bob Larsen explains two major liability risks and what exposes clients to them. If you’re considering selling your policy to a buyer, this episode is a … Continue reading Is There Liability in Selling a Policy to a Buyer? →
Acres of Diamonds
Aired 8 months ago 29:11
Lessons from Reagan: Bob Spitz
At a time of fractured politics and failed leadership, what lessons can be learned from Ronald Reagan-- one of the most significant presidents in our history?Considered a dangerous outsider by critics when he was elected in 1980, he appeared to be enthralled with happy endings and disinterested in many of the finer details of economic and social policy. And yet America's fortieth president presided over an economic boom and successful peace talks with the Soviet Union that helped lead to the end of the Cold War.Our guest, best-selling biographer Bob Spitz, is the author of "Reagan: An American Journey", a richly detailed, riveting, and carefully balanced account of a remarkable life. The book looks clearly at Reagan's policy failures on AIDS, Iran-Contra and Star Wars missile defense, as well as his achievements and great skill as a communicator. "Reagan came to power at a very important time in our history," Bob tells us. "We had come through the Vietnam War, Watergate, a succession of failed presidencies-- and the country needed someone to pick up its morale. Ronald Reagan was the right man at the right time."Unlike Donald Trump, another outsider with the aim of shaking things up and overturning establishment views of government, "Ronald Reagan didn't have a hostile bone in his body," says Bob. "Reagan was not a narcissist in any shape or form. He thought about the good of the American people above everything.
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