12 Leaders Who Did It Right
This looks really interesting. I hope lots of CEOs listen and gain inspiration from it.
Good morning Ralph - Pre ordered your book; not a procrastinator. Looking forward to a pillow companion read, followed by dreams of a future wth CEOs dressed in compassion. (Any CEOs you'd like me to send a copy?)
Agree. In the the most competitive industry IMHO is local restaurants that seem to open and close on a annual basis. Those that are not petty and listen to their customers seem to stay in business longer. Ralph, on your weekly show you should explore the topic of Moral Capitalism.
Good program. I'm somewhat more skeptical/cynical of the criminal cerporate oligarchy we are living under. I find contrarian news sites useful when the msm fails in most cases to cover the big stories. For example the extremely corrupt pharmaceutical industry, which you mention in this program re: The Sacklers and Purdue Pharma. However they're all totally corrupt and should be exposed. Just read the substacks of highly credentialled doctors such as Peter McCullough or "AMidwestern doctor" who are covering the lightly covered health issues. Also former NY Times journalist Alex Berenson does a good job.