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We are discussing the 1973 movie The Spook Who Sat By The Door. This movie was based on the novel of the same name written by Sam Greenlee. And it was co-produced by Sam Greenlee and Ivan Dixon; with Dixon being the director. The movie premiered in September of 1973 and was a box office success. However, by February of 1974 the movie was no longer showing in theaters due to pressure from the government. Why was this movie perceived as a threat?
Listen and contribute if you can to this panel discussion analyzing this excellently written, produced and directed movie.
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Success Made to Last Legends with Howard Scott.
Drawn into a web of small-town secrets, family drama, and the rusted tentacles of the Dixie Mafia, a young lawyer is forced to confront his own notions of justice, freedom, love, and sobriety. Athens, Georgia, 1988: Attorney August “Critter” Stillwell dreams of a life on the open sea, but he’s stuck juggling a crushing caseload after the sudden departure of his defense attorney father, Guy Stillwell. When an episode of Unsolved Mysteries leads to the capture of a murder suspect who’s been on the run for twenty-five years, the ominous pattern of facts drags Critter into a hidden corner of Guy’s past. In 1963, To Kill a Mockingbird was playing in local theaters, and Guy Stillwell was a lot like Atticus Finch—if Atticus had been a charming two-timer and burgeoning alcoholic. For fifteen-year-old Critter, working at his father’s law firm was a masterclass in the art of good ol’ boy litigating between his duty to the law and unwavering loyalty to his flawed but charismatic father
Escaping an oppressive profession
Why I left law to travel the Caribbean on a yacht & write novels My profession was lucrative and prestigious. Here’s why—and how—I left. Lessons about social drinking from my functioning alcoholic dad What worries me most as a former drinker about the emerging COVID Cocktail Generation How I stopped drinking and discovered health in 30 days Georgia
Looking for an off-the-beaten-path destination for these times? 5 reasons to visit Athens, GA
We are LIVE! every Friday at 8:00am PST in the South Bay of Los Angeles discussing the Best of Manhattan Beach with Manhattan Beach Chamber Members. Join us on your favorite smart-speaker Alexa or Google or Siri. Just say, "Hey, Alexa/Google/Siri play the podcast The South Bay Show". We look forward to this time and I hope you will Join Us!
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What does it mean to be a Sovereign Being?
Can you be an empowered Sovereign when the external world is trying to dictate your decisions?
If you are playing in the role of victimhood or allowing external forces to make your choices for you, you are not Sovereign.
Join Friday morning's show with Randi and me while we talk about the difference between being selfish and being self-centered or centered in the heart and how when operating from that pure space of unconditional love, we create our reality. One of the foundations of being sovereign is embodying radical personal responsibility.
The pandemic has caused families around the globe to look for screen-free activities after a majority of the day consumed with Zoom calls and virtual learning. Many have turned to pre-digital throwback activities such as slot car racing to provide together time that doesn’t require streaming a movie or playing online games.
Carrera of America, known as the slot car king, has seen sales more than double, factories constantly working at peak capacity to meet demand, and global inventory sell out.
I can offer Carrera president Frank Tiessen to discuss the growth in slot car interest and how the pandemic has played a role.
Success Made to Last Legends with Bob Wright of Firebrick Consulting. Robert M. Wright specializes in the creation of break-away revenue strategies and unblocking critical problems to drive substantial market valuation for technology companies. Bob has been at the forefront of innovative positioning strategies and helps executives understand and drive the levers to achieve break-out growth and category dominance. Over his career, Bob has successfully driven category leadership and differentiation strategies for over 250 B2B technology companies including VMware, Microsoft, SAS, Citrix, as well many new category disruptors such as PLEX, Workday, HootSuite and New Relic. He is a frequent speaker and sits on several advisory and non-profit boards. Specialties: Positioning Strategy, Strategy to Point of Revenue, Scale-Up, Market Segmentation and Propensity to Buy, Break-out-of-the Box, Category Disruption
Success Made to Last Legends of Business with Mitch Zuklie. Chairman of Orrick and a partner in the firm’s Technology Companies Group. I have the privilege of working with a great team at a great law firm. Our focus is technology & innovation, energy & infrastructure and finance. In my law practice, I counsel innovative companies at all stages, working closely with their founders, boards, advisors and investors. I help companies and investors in financings, public offerings, mergers, acquisitions and technology transactions.
Tell us about your favorite mentors in life and how they positively influenced you. What is your new definition of success, post Covid 19? As a leader, how did you learn to say no? Can you describe your relationship with fear and how do you manage fear in your career and personal life? In Philippe Bouissou's book Aligning the Dots, he states that the key to alignment with your customer is to clearly define and control the expected delight. Further- the difference between the received delight and expected delight will dictate how much growth contribution can be realized. Please share a story of a company that understood the vital importance of alignment and grew beyond expectations. And provide an example of a company that was misaligned and never unleashed its full potential. If you could live another 100 years, what would you want to accomplish?