In this 35 minute interview, Howard Bloom covers a wide spectrum of topics including: Enron executives not welcomed at country clubs, growth of Institutional record industry via Warner and CBS, what it means and why capitalism should be reinvented, the power of capitalism in that the miracle fabric of kings is now available to the poorest people on the planet, plus much more.
Masayoshi Son, founder of The Softbank Corporation, shares his secret on how to make big dreams become realities, including going from two employees to two hundred million dollars per day – now that’s Big!
Famous Amos Chocolate Chip Cookie founder, Wally Amos, recounts the origins of how he got into the chocolate chip cookie business – note there is also commentary about the tragic intellectual property lesson when he sold his cookie business in that he could no longer use his name to promote new food products.
Leslie Wexner, founder of The Limited, tells a story from his early years starting out in Columbus Ohio that gets to his point about the key to success is to follow one’s passions.
Nolan Bushnel, founder of Atari, tells how best to start a business over Saturday morning coffee with trusted friends, including an engineering one.
A true story about how in 1981 a serious business school committee considered candidates for induction into the Academy of Distinguished Entrepreneurs debated the definition of who (e.g., what types of people qualify) as being defined as an entrepreneur – unfortunately in this case, they missed an opportunity to classify Jim Henson as one let alone honor him for his legendary edutainment entreprensurship.
Birgitte Rasine talks with Chuck Scott sharing inspirational media thoughts (for producers and consumers) including: the global loss of vision and role of artists; cancerous media; blue-washing vs green-washing, being media savy consumers …
David Walley, cultural historian and biographical author of “No Commercial Potential: The Saga of Frank Zappa” talks with Chuck Scott in this interview about a variety of topics including: what it takes to be a visionary, todays yuppies are 70s doopers, arrogant leaders who surround themselves with mediocre yes men, plus many other tibets about culture, politics, society and much more …