Each year, I travel the country, visiting zoos and taking pictures of all the amazing creatures I see. To help raise money and awareness, I haves created this calendar. Every penny of profit goes to help Orangutan Outreach. You can learn more about them at http://redapes.org
Ben Neiburger (@GenerationLaw on twitter) returns to discuss his book on elder care with host Craig Price. The country is getting older and at some point every person is going to need to discuss what to do when they get too old to take care of themselves. It’s not an easy subject to talk about and worse to go through. Thankfully, Ben has written a book “Brighter Skies: Your Blueprint for Navigating Elder Care” to help us plan ahead. It’s important we have set plan well ahead of time to avoid the emotional and financial burden of poor decisions. Ben and Craig discuss how to allow people to face the end with dignity, avoiding family conflict, the legality of care giving and why communication is so important.
You can learn more about Ben at his firm’s website http://GenerationLaw.com.
APP BONUS: You can read “Brighter Skies” in its entirety for free!
October 20, 2015
Scott Cooksey (@ideacharger on twitter) sits down with host Craig Price to discuss connection. Connection means different things for different people. For some, making and keeping connections is a natural thing. For others, it takes effort and energy to connect and engage on a regular basis. When Craig sits down with Scott, the two talk about how a disaster forced Scott to reach out to his clients and establish a connection, how listening is the key to building connections and why Craig is so bad at maintaining long-term connections with clients. They also get into why Craig feels LinkedIn requests from strangers are just ways for people to spam his connections.
You can learn more about Scott at his website http://ideacharger.com and listen to his podcast The Success Charger Podcast with Scott Cooksey where Craig recorded an episode on negativity.