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10/17/07: Business Shrink Peter Morris discusses hair loss and hair transplants with his listeners and blog commentators. Joe Tillman is a listener and employee of Hasson & Wong Hair Transplant Clinic.
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10/09/07: Greg Wittstock, founder of Aquascapes Inc. talks about his passion for business and how passion can be a problem when investing.; Nancy Fulton, listener who talks about the Long Tail; Elyn Saks, Associate Dean and Orrin B. Evans Professor of Law, Psychology, and Psychiatry and The Behavioral Sciences discusses her memoir The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness.
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10/08/07:
Laura MacCleery, Congress Watch Director at Public Citizen, shares the findings of a new report “The Arbitration Trap: How Credit Card Companies Ensnare Consumers” www.citizen.org/documents/Final_wcover.pdf
Jeff Opdyke, Wall Street Journal columnist, talks about his column Sometimes a Parent Needs Tough Love
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10/3/07:
Amy Mack, director of trend spotting at J. Walter Thompson, talks about a survey that found that 20% of Americans have less sex because they are online. Lewis Maltby, President of the National Workrights Institute.
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10/2/07: Judith Glaser, CEO Benchmark Communications, Bullie Coach, Author, Creating WE: Change I-Thinking to We-Thinking & Build a Healthy Thriving Organization and The DNA of Leadership and The DNA of Leadership.
Patrick Killelea, blogger Reality Parser, predicted housing market burst.
Alonzo Webb, contacted the Business Shrink for advice.
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10/1/07: Jeff Zaslow, Wall Street Journal reporter, Are we Teaching Our Kids To Be Afraid Of Men?
Dr. Scott Karempelis, Dermatologist with Atlanta Dermatology Associates
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9/20/07: Professor Charles Nesson, William F. Weld Professor of Law, Harvard Law School and Founder and Co-Director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society founder GPSTS, Global Poker Strategic Thinking Society
Andrew Woods, executive director GPSTS, Global Poker Strategic Thinking Society
Ryan Rhoades, student credit card pusher
Tamara Draut, author of Strapped: Why America’s 20- and 30- Somethings can’t Get Ahead; Director of the Economic Opportunity Program at Demos, a public policy center based in New York City
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9/12/07: Guests: Debbie Joffe-Ellis, widow of Albert Ellis, one of the world’s leading therapists famous for creating Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). http://www.rebtnetwork.org/ Ellis Passed away this July.
Nick Yee, recent Ph.D. graduate from Stanford University is an expert on video games and people who play them. He talks about the blurred line between virtual and real friends as discussed in this Wall Street Journal article.
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9/10/07: Guests: Paulo Prada, Wall Street Journal Reporter, reviewed airport lounges and came back with a mixed review. Leslie Grossmann, American Airline Admiral’s Club member, cofounder Women’s Leadership Exchange
Tom Rath http://speakersbureau.gallup.com/content/?CI=18562, author Vital Friends: The People You Can’t Afford to Live Without discusses Friendship and Work. Killian McKiernan and P. J. Gurumohan were college friends and the successfully started a business together: Genwi.com.

7/30/07: Jim Camp, author of NO: The Only Negotiating Strategy You Need for Work and Home. Also: Whit Hiler, co-founder, Attus Apparel, which sells polo shirts with actual gunshot holes.
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7/27/07: Vicki Leon, Author of Working IX to V. She is also the author of the author of the popular Uppity Women series; Robert L. Dilenshneider, former CEO of public relations giant Hill and Knowlton. Author of, Power and Influence: The Rules Have Changed.
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7/26/07: Anthony Mersino, author, Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers: the People Skills You Need to Achieve Outstanding Results; Laurence Miller, Ph.D. clinical and forensic psychologist, educator, author, speaker and management consultant. Author, Difficult to Disturbed: Understanding and Managing Dysfunctional Employees.
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7/20/07: The Business Shrink takes on timeshare fraud in Mexico.With Mariana Olivera, spokesperson of PROFECO, the Mexican government consumer office which deals with timeshare fraud; and Vernon Penner, an Arizona-based lawyer specializing in consumer protection and Mexico timeshare issues.
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7/19/07: Shoshana Zuboff, Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School (Retired). Her latest book is The Support Economy: Why Corporations are Failing Individuals and the Next Episode of Capitalism.
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7/18/07: Claudia Shelton, executive coach and author, Blind Spots: Achieve Success by Seeing what You Can’t See, and Charles Fishman, senior writer, Fast Company magazine, on the dark side of the bottled water industry.
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7/11/07: Liz Ryan, Career Insight columnist for Business Week, on the European vs. American style of taking summer vacation; Karen Steede Terry, author, Full-Time Woman, Part-Time Career: Launching a Flexible Business That Fits Your Life, Feeds Your Family and Fuels Your Brain.
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7/10/07: Michael Beschloss, Presidential Historian; Historian, NBC News;
Author, Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America; Roger Martin dean of the Rotman School of Management, University of
Toronto, on how leaders think.
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7/09/07: Drew Weston, author, The Political Brain: The Role of Emotion in Deciding the Fate of the Nation; Dianna Booher, author The Voice of Authority: 10 Communication Strategies Every Leader Needs to Know.
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6/28/07: Robert Frank, senior special writer at The Wall Street Journal and
Author, Richistan: A Journey Through the American Wealth Boom and the Lives of the New Rich; Thomas McCraw, professor emeritus at Harvard Business School and author, Prophet of Innovation Joseph Schumpeter and Creative Destruction

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6/27/07: Jagdish (Jag) N. Sheth, Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Marketing in
the Goizueta Business School at Emory
University. Author, The Self-Destructive Habits of Good Companies:…and How to Break Them.

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6/26/07: Ed Luce, author, In Spite of the Gods: The Strange Rise of Modern
India and Financial Times Washington bureau chief. Andrew Keen, author, The Cult of the Amateur: How Today’s Internet is Killing Our Culture.
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6/21/07: Carlin Flora, staff writer for Psychology Today. She wrote the article “Gut Almighty” in recent issue of the magazine; Robert Frank, author, the Economic Naturalist: In Search of Explanations for Everyday Enigmas and Falling Behind: How Economic Inequality Harms the Middle Class.
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6/15/07: Bruce Barry, professor of management and sociology, Vanderbilt University and author, Speechless: The Erosion of Free Expression in the American Workplace.
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6/14/07: Gregory Paul Johnson, co-founder, The Small House Society; Gavin Fitzsimons, Professor of Marketing and Psychology Duke University, on marketing and the psychology of disgust.
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6/13/07: Todd G. Buchholz, author New Ideas from Dead CEOs: Lasting Lessons from the Corner Office.
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06/04/07: Mark Reitman, Founder, Hot Dog University, which trains prospective entrepreneurs to open their own hot dog stand. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

06/01/07: Timothy Ferriss, author, The Four Hour Workweek; Daniel Altman, author, Connected: 24 Hours in the Global Economy.
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05/31/07: Steven Hall, contributor, New York Times magazine, on the nature of wisdom; Daniel Gross, author Pop! Why Bubbles Are Great for the Economy. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

05/30/07: Christina Binkley, senior special writer, retail & luxury goods, Wall Street Journal. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

05/28/07: Barbara Stanny, author, Prince Charming Isn’t Coming: How Women Get Smart About Money which is now in its 10th anniversary edition; Brian Robertson, founder and CEO of Ternary Software, a software development company which employs an unorthodox, democratic management style. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

05/21/07: Steve Baddley, general manager at the Scandia Family Fun Center. Near Sacramento, CA, which recently banned screaming on one of its thrill rides; Bill George, professor of management practice at Harvard Business School. Author, True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership
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05/18/07: Dr. Edward J. Blakely is executive director of recovery management for the city of New Orleans; Timothy Butler, director of career development at Harvard Business School and author, Getting Unstuck.
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05/12/07: Stanley Bing, columnist for Fortune magazine and the best-selling author of Crazy Bosses; Alan Murray, assistant managing editor of The Wall Street Journal, author of that paper’s weekly “Business” column, and author, Revolt in the Boardroom: The New Rules of Power in Corporate America.
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05/03/07: Philip Zimbardo, Author, The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Bad professor emeritus, Stanford University. Creator of the landmark Stanford Prison Experiment.
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05/02/07: Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author, The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable; Joni Hersch, professor of law and economics, Vanderbilt University. Her research on the gender wage gap recently appeared in Foundations and Trends in Microeconomics.

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04/27/07: Michael Fertik, ReputationDefender.com, which helps people repair and defend their online reputations.
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04/26/07: Steve Landsburg, author, More Sex is Safer Sex: The Unconventional Wisdom of Economics

04/13/07: Harry Beckwith, author, YOU INC: The Art of Selling Yourself. Richard Gibson, reporter, Dow Jones Newswires, on franchise fraud
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04/11/07: Sammy Stephens, owner, Flea Market Montgomery in Montgomery Alabama who gained international attention from his performance rapping in a local television commercial for his business; Mark Joyner, author, Simple-ology; The Simple Science of Getting What You Want.
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04/06/07: Marci Alboher, author, One Person/Multiple Careers: A New Model for Work/Life; Lauren Powers, executive coach and author, The Trouble withThinking: The Dangerous Trip From In the Head to Out the Mouth

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04/05/07: Tom Rath, author, STRENGTHSFINDER 2.0: The Strengths Revolution Continues; Rod Kurtz, Inc.com senior editor and author of the article “Business Scams and How to Avoid Them”.

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04/02/07: Dan Heath, co-author with his brother Chip of Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die and Consultant, Duke Corporate Education. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

03/27/07: The Business of Hospitality Danny Meyer, author, Setting the Table: The Transforming Power of Hospitality; Laura Friedman, owner, PlanetGlass.net and former vice- president of development at Paramount Pictures.
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03/26/07: The Psychology of Risk Jeffrey Kluger, Senior Writer, Time magazine. Author of a recent cover story on the psychology of risk.
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03/23/07: John Weiser, co-author, Untapped: Creating Value in Underserved Markets
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03/22/07: Marci Alboher, author, One Person/Multiple Careers: A New Model for Work/Life; Lauren Powers, executive coach and author, The Trouble withThinking: The Dangerous Trip From In the Head to Out the Mouth
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03/21/07: Jon Gertner, contributing writer, New York Times Magazine. He wrote the recent article “From 0 to 60 To World Domination”.
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03/08/07: Jonathan Tisch, Chairman and CEO, Loews Hotels. Author, CHOCOLATES ON THE PILLOW AREN’T ENOUGH: Reinventing the Customer Experience; Robert Sutton, author, THE NO ASSHOLE RULE: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn’t.
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03/07/07: Charlie LeDuff, author, US Guys: The True and Twisted Mind of the American Man; Kathleen Miller, author, The Fair Share Divorce for
Women: The Definitive Guide to Creating A Winning Solution.
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03/05/07: Joel Fleishman, Professor of Law and Public Policy at Duke University and author, The Foundation: A Great American Secret: How Private Wealth is Changing the World; Laura Vanderkam author of Grindhopping: Build a Rewarding Career without Paying Your Dues, and a member of USA TODAY’s board of contributors.
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03/02/07: Debra Condren, psychologist, a business and executive coach and career advisor, and is the founder and executive director of the Women’s Business Alliance and author, AM•BITCH•OUS; Yobie Benjamin, founder and CEO, GoodStorm, whose mission is to put ecommerce tools in the hands of everyone. Former Partner and the Chief of Global Strategy for Ernst & Young
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02/15/07: Erika Andersen, author of GROWING GREAT EMPLOYEES: Turning Ordinary People Into Extraordinary Performers
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02/12/07: Sanford Sherizen, president, Data Security Systems; Margaret Heffernan, author, How She Does It: How Women Entrepreneurs Are Changing the Rules of Business Success
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02/09/07: Kate Hanni, co-founder, Coalition for Airline Passenger’s Bill of Rights; Art Davis, Author, Success From Serenity-Making Your Nervous System Work For You.
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02/08/07: Don Tapscott, Chief Executive of international think tank New Paradigm and author of Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything; Julia Lane, senior vice president and director of the Economics, Labor, and Population Department at the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago. And co-author Economic Turbulence: Is a Volatile Economy Good for America?
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02/07/07: Marshall Goldsmith, author, What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: How Successful People Become Even More Successful.
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01/26/07:Anya Kamenetz, author, Generation Debt: Why Now is a Terrible Time to be Young.
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01/25/07: Kenneth Dam, Max Pam Professor of American and Foreign Law and senior lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School and a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and Author, The Law-Growth Nexus: The Rule of Law and Economic Development; and Niti Bhan, global nomad, consultant, and Founding Editor of the Core77/BusinessWeek Design Directory, on learning from Wal-Mart’s mistakes.
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01/24/07: Judith Heerwagen, psychologist focusing on office design.
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1/23/07: Jonathan Renshon, doctoral student in the Department of Government at Harvard University and co-author of the article “Why Hawks Win” in the current issue of Foreign Policy. His latest book is Why Leaders Choose War: The Psychology of Prevention (Westport: Praeger Security International, 2006). CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

01/22/07: James Karse, professor emeritus of religion at New York University and author, Breakfast at the Victory and Finite and Infinite Games; and Matthew Flannery, founder, Kiva.com, on web-based microfinancing.
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