Steven Spierer, 10/7/17

Facial recognition is not just another technology. Steve says it will change society and leave us nowhere to hide. Then, CEOs throughout the country already know that Generation Z is rewriting the rules of the workplace and will transform the future of business, recruiting, management and retention of the best and brightest new workers. Steve […]

Steven Spierer, 9/30/17

The White House Chief of Staff has been said to be the second most powerful person in the world. The Chief has White House Oval Office walk-in privileges to the President of the United States, controls access to the President, and is often the only person in the room when the President makes life and […]

Steven Spierer, 9/23/17

Steve starts with a story that suggests that most of life is 5% what happens to you and 95% how you choose to respond to it. Then, dating has not changed with the advent of the internet and computer matchmaking as much as it would appear. Steve interviews Moira Weigel, author of Labor of Love: […]

Steven Spierer, 9/9/17

Some of the greatest benefits of science include the opportunity to preserve and restore the quality of life. Steve talks with Jerome Unatin, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon, about what happens when a doctor becomes a patient, how aging Baby Boomers and their joint replacements are leading to changes in orthopedic practice and more.

Steven Spierer, 9/2/17

The Walt Disney Company is one of the greatest business and entertainment success stories in history. Steve has done shows on the tribulations Walt suffered before 1928, on Disney theme parks, the hotel operations and Disney movies. This time Steve starts with the birth of Mickey Mouse and Walt’s entry into the public eye all […]

Steven Spierer, 8/19/17

There is nothing better than a good marriage and nothing worse than a bad one. Steve interviews Susan Quilliam, author of How To Choose a Partner. Then, the real estate market is hot for sellers in many large cities across the country. Yet, some sellers just cannot sell. And, some buyers cannot figure out how […]

Steven Spierer, 8/12/17

Even for his supporters the daily choices made by Donald Trump are hard to understand. For non-supporters he is even more confusing and even downright frightening. Perhaps by placing President Trump’s actions in the context of his family history more can be understood. Steve interviews Gwenda Blair, author of The Trumps: Three Generations of Builders […]

Steven Spierer, 7/15/17

Forty years ago, two women’s movements drew a line in the sand between liberals and conservatives. The legacy of that rift is still evident today in American politics and social policies. Steve interviews Marjorie Spruill, author of Divided We Stand: The Battle Over Women’s Rights and Family Values That Polarized American Politics. var amzn_wdgt={widget:’Carousel’}; amzn_wdgt.tag=’talk0f-20′; amzn_wdgt.widgetType=’ASINList’;

Steven Spierer, 7/8/17

Disneyland says that for reasons of political correctness the Pirates of the Caribbean ride will stop auctioning brides. Steve talks with David Koenig, author of Mouse Tales, A Behind-The-Ears Look at Disneyland and welcomes Jeff Reitz, the man who has visited Disneyland more than 2,000 days in a row. var amzn_wdgt={widget:’Carousel’}; amzn_wdgt.tag=’talk0f-20′; amzn_wdgt.widgetType=’ASINList’; amzn_wdgt.ASIN=’0964060566′; amzn_wdgt.title=’Amazon’; amzn_wdgt.marketPlace=’US’;

Steven Spierer, 6/24/17

The top 1% get a lot of press. Most of that publicity centers on how they must be encouraged or even forced to share. But some need no encouragement at all. Steve interviews philanthropist Melanie Lundquist about the $32,000,000.00 gift she and her husband Richard just gave to Torrance Memorial Medical Center in Torrance California, […]