Lost your mojo? Well find it, get it back, and keep it with Marshall Goldsmith. We’ll also talk with best selling novelist Lisa Lutz about her latest novel, The Spellmans Strike Again. And psychiatrist David Kirkpatrick In Praise of Strong Women. Listen to Podcast.
New York Times bestselling author Marshall Goldsmith is an expert on identifying and eliminating bad habits, and his new book is all about Mojo: How To Get It, How To Keep It, How To Get It Back When You Need It. We’ve all had times where everything falls into place exactly as you need it and. Goldsmith shares how to sustain these successes and build on them. He also identifies several Mojo killers, and how to turn a negative into a positive. Goldsmith has worked with executives of over 70 major companies, including GE Capital and Goldman Sachs, and holds a PHD from UCLA. He currently holds a faculty position at Dartmouth, and was recognized by the American Management Association as one of 50 great thinkers. Learn more about his latest book at Mojothebook.com, and learn more about his other projects, including the New York Times bestseller What Got You Here Won’t Get You There at MarshallGoldsmithLibrary.com.
First we’re going to find out what’s up with The Spellmans. Lisa Lutz talks about the latest in her award-winning series, The Spellmans Strike Again. Lutz is a national bestselling author and nominee for the Macavity and Edgar Awards for Best Novel of 2008. A motion picture adaptation of The Spellman Files is currently in development with Paramount Pictures. More about Lisa Lutz and her books.
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