After a two week hiatus for “spring break,” the podcast will return next week.
In the meantime, some exciting updates:
Good interview with me about improving results by coordinating action with others
Jack Butler did a bang up job interviewing me recently. It’s a 45 minute summary of how to to get what you ask for and deliver what you promise–in business, friendship, and the rest of life. This is one of my favorite topics, and I think you’ll enjoy it. Listen here.
New article coming in Fast Company
Fast Company will soon publish the title chapter from Leading When You’re Ticked Off. In the meantime, if you haven’t seen the Kindle book, you can get it here for $2.99.
My contribution to Duke’s men’s college basketball title
On Monday night my alma mater, Duke, beat Wisconsin for the NCAA men’s national championship. After the game, Duke’s Coach K thanked me several times for my outstanding defense. Friends and reporters immediately called me to ask:
- “How, at 5’10” with a modest vertical leap did you manage to shut down Frank Kaminsky at the end of the game.”
- “Didn’t you graduate from Duke in 1992”
- “Do you still have eligibility?”
As it turns out, I was a pretty good defender in my time (despite the fact that Brian Davis once dunked over me in pickup ball). However, my playing days ended in 9th grade. The person who deserves the credit for Monday night is Amile Jefferson, not me.
A podcast heard in over 70 countries
Cool fact: My podcast, the Amiel Show, is now heard in over 70 countries. The top three are the U.S., The United Arab Emirates, and the UK.