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Why I Read Nonfiction with Kevin Walsh

Oct 14, 2019

Why is 30-year-old Michael Belkin new school and old fashioned?  Some of it has to do with his reading choices—biographies, how he prefers emails to be sent—a good subject line, and how one book and the author’s appearance at a conference reset his attitude about how business should be conducted.  Simon Sinek says...


Oct 7, 2019

Bedtime was reading time for author and Boston sports anchor and reporter Bob Halloran.   That reading inspired him to become a sportscaster and writer.  Along the way, he survived a health scare, lived to tell about it, and just appreciates the gift of another day to live and a book to read.  Visit 


Sep 30, 2019

Dan Boyne, author of The Seven Seat:  A True Story of Rowing, Revenge, and Redemption tells a story about his life that we can all relate to.  You’ll feel as if you’re in the boat, cheering him on, wishing all bully stories could end this way.  Experience or rekindle the typical college tales from life in the 1970s,...


Sep 23, 2019

It’s too much fun. Why leave?  Sportswriter Gene Wojciechowski graduated from college 40 years ago, but never really left.  He’s a fixture on ESPN’s College GameDay, SportsCenter and other platforms.  At the heart of it all, Gene’s a serial reader and writer.  There was no bedtime hour as a child.  He fell...


Sep 16, 2019

Part two with Nigel Travis, former CEO and current executive chairman of Dunkin’ brands.  Nigel loves a challenge.  He got it at Burger King, Blockbuster, Papa John’s and most recently in running Dunkin’ which he wrote a book about; The Challenge Culture: Why the Most Successful Organizations Run on Pushback.  His...