September 9, 2020Renowned comedian Eddie Brill lightens our mood; reveals the value of laughter, what it takes to make it in competitive stand-up comedy, and how the entertainment/performing arts industry will emerge from this complete Covid shutdown. Today we blend some revealing truth with a lot of laughter. On the Ides of last March the lights Broadway went dark. Swiftly across this Covid-stricken nation, shows did not go on and the entertainment/performing arts industry vanished from our culture. How long can show biz and its performers endure the shut down? What are the creative solutions? How will the performing arts re-emerge? Host Bart Jackson brings into the spotlight renowned standup comedian Eddie Brill. For 17 years, Eddie was the warmup comic for the David Letterman’s Late Show, and for more than a decade served as the show’s talent coordinator.
The Food Industry Serves Up Covid-19 Survival
July 27, 2020Brian Todd, food industry’s top consultant and former President of The Food Institute, lays bare the full picture of our food chain – what the fascinating solutions are/will be – and what consumers should expect. A dramatic revelation. Have you…
Finding Healthy Investments in the Covid-19 Crisis
May 12, 2020Are there profitable investments to be made during our unprecedented Covid-19 era? Life Science and High Tech industries’ noted expert Steven Katz gives you investment opportunities and strategies for surviving today and handsomely profiting tomorrow. Is the time to invest…
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Vision that engages only the imagination is fantasy. Vision that also engages the back and brain is called business.
Afterthought: The surest way to inspire people to place their shoulders, sweat, and effort behind your marvelous new plan is to make sure that a) it holds some reward for them personally, and b) make darn sure it really is achievable.