The Chris Voss Show
Summary: The Chris Voss Show Podcast is one of the top 1% most popular shows out of 2,709,411 podcasts globally. Top media guests who appear on the show as well as major TV, News & Media almost daily at: https://bit.ly/3juLbFc The Chris Voss Show is EXCLUSIVE Top-Tier Profiles of regular TV, Radio, Author interview podcast that has 13 YEARS of episodes The show is flooded with the hottest top authors, and books newly released by large publishing houses. Simon & Schuster, Penguin Random House, Hachette, Harper Collins, Macmillan, etc. Check out my 2 latest books at https://amzn.to/3FwFejd – You can quickly apply to guest on the show at https://bit.ly/3q3pAXH
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A Dress of Violet Taffeta by Tessa Arlen A sumptuous novel based on the fascinating true story of La Belle Époque icon Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon, who shattered the boundaries of fashion with her magnificently sensual and enchantingly unique designs. Lucy Duff Gordon knows she is talented. She sees color, light, and texture in ways few people can begin to imagine. But is the male dominated world of haute couture, who would use her art for their own gain, ready for her? When she is deserted by her wealthy husband, Lucy is left penniless with an aging mother and her five-year-old daughter to support. Desperate to survive, Lucy turns to her one true talent to make a living. As a little girl, the dresses she made for her dolls were the envy of her group of playmates. Now, she uses her creative designs and her remarkable eye for color to take her place in the fashion world—failure is not an option. Then, on a frigid night in 1912, Lucy’s life changes once more, when she becomes one of 706 people to survive the sinking of the Titanic. She could never have imagined the effects the disaster would have on her fashion label Lucile, her marriage to her second husband, and her legacy. But no matter what life throws at her, Lucy will live on as a trailblazing and innovative fashion icon, never letting go of what she worked so hard to earn. This is her story.
Two and Twenty: How the Masters of Private Equity Always Win by Sachin Khajuria The first true insider’s account of private equity, revealing what it takes to thrive among the world’s hungriest dealmakers ONE OF THE MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF THE SUMMER—Bloomberg Private equity was once an investment niche. Today, the wealth controlled by its leading firms surpasses the GDP of some nations. Private equity has overtaken investment banking—and well-known names like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley—as the premier destination for ambitious financial talent, as well as the investment dollars of some of the world’s largest pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, and endowments. At the industry’s pinnacle are the firms’ partners, happy to earn “two and twenty”—that is, a flat yearly fee of 2 percent of a fund’s capital, on top of 20 percent of the investment spoils. Private equity has succeeded in near-stealth—until now. In Two and Twenty, Sachin Khajuria, a former partner at Apollo, gives readers an unprecedented view inside this opaque global economic engine, which plays a vital role underpinning our retirement systems. From illuminating the rituals of firms’ all-powerful investment committees to exploring key precepts (“think like a principal, not an advisor”), Khajuria brings the traits, culture, and temperament of the industry’s leading practitioners to life through a series of vivid and unvarnished deal sketches. Two and Twenty is an unflinching examination of the mindset that drives the world’s most aggressive financial animals to consistently deliver market-beating returns.
Matt Wasserlauf, CEO and Founder of BLOCKBOARD Interview Myblockboard.com
Mark Hill, CEO of AABEX, and Brave Paws Interview Mybravepaws.com
The Journey of My Mother's Son: Volume I (Many Random Thoughts from the Road.) by Dan Clouser Journeyofmymothersson.com You don't need to be a man, or a son, or even to be traveling the country in an RV to glean beautiful life lessons from reading "The Journey of My Mother's Son." Dan, along with his wife, Sandy, opens up his heart and their home on wheels to share the rewards reaped from simply stopping to look, listen and love the planet of which we're a small part. He imparts the wisdom learned from lending a hand through volunteering and serving those in less fortunate circumstances. He shows that we can gain immeasurable rewards from adopting the "enjoy the moment" attitude of a canine companion. Through his approachable, honest storytelling, he is able to shift the reader's life perspective. To get them asking themselves the important questions. To teach them that the little things are never really little at all. "The Journey of My Mother's Son" is a must-read. Beware: you may quickly yearn to put your "bricks and sticks" home on the market to join the RV community.
Some of It Was Real by Nan Fischer A psychic on the verge of stardom who isn’t sure she believes in herself and a cynical journalist with one last chance at redemption are brought together by secrets from the past that also threaten to tear them apart. Psychic-medium Sylvie Young starts every show with her origin story, telling the audience how she discovered her abilities. But she leaves out a lot—the plane crash that killed her parents, an estranged adoptive family who tend orchards in rainy Oregon, panic attacks, and the fact that her agent insists she research some clients to ensure success. After a catastrophic reporting error, Thomas Holmes’s next story at the L.A. Times may be his last, but he’s got a great personal pitch. “Grief vampires” like Sylvie who prey upon the loved ones of the deceased have bankrupted his mother. He’s dead set on using his last-chance article to expose Sylvie as a conniving fraud and resurrect his career. When Sylvie and Thomas collide, a game of cat and mouse ensues, but the secrets they’re keeping from each other are nothing compared to the mysteries and lies they unearth about Sylvie’s past. Searching for the truth might destroy them both—but it’s the only way to find out what’s real.
First Born: A Novel by Will Dean From the acclaimed author of The Last Thing to Burn, a psychological thriller about the dark secrets that emerge when a woman’s twin sister is murdered, with his signature “intense, gripping, taut, terrifying, moving, and brilliant” (Lisa Jewell, #1 New York Times bestselling author) prose. Sisters. Soulmates. Strangers. Molly Raven lives a quiet, structured life in London, finding comfort in security and routine. Her identical twin Katie, living in New York, is the exact opposite: outgoing, spontaneous, and adventurous. But when Molly hears that Katie has died, possibly murdered, she is thrown into unfamiliar territory. As terrifying as it is, she knows she must travel across the ocean and find out what happened. But as she tracks her twin’s final movements, cracks begin to emerge, and she slowly realizes her sister was not who she thought she was and there’s a dangerous web of deceit surrounding the two of them.
John Grace, Founder & President Investors' Advantage Corp Westlakefinancialadvisors.com
Tony Selimi, Founder & CEO of TJS Cognition Ltd Tonyselimi.com
Stephanie Dorwart, CEO Altius Healthcare Altiushcg.com
Chase Million Interview Casemillioncomedy.com
Shawn Rowland, M.D. Founder and President - JASE Medical Jasemedical.com
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Credivera - Dan Giurescu, Founder & CEO Interview At Collision Conference 2022 Credivera.com