Listener Favorite Returns: Developing Discernment: Uncovering Misinformation and Lies in Government and Media with Ed Brodow and Gene Stone

Original Air Date Wednesday, February 21, 2018

In this week’s episode you will learn about:

 Recognizing media spin

 Supporting freedom of speech without political correctness

 Making a difference by getting involved in local politics

 Communicating effectively with  elected officials

Ed Brodow is an internationally renowned expert on the art of negotiation. Ed is the creator of Negotiation Boot Camp®, widely recognized as the number one customized negotiating skills seminar in the United States.  Making deals ever since he was a kid in Brooklyn, Ed has negotiated everything from simple sales transactions to complex multi-million dollar agreements. More here.

Gene Stone graduated from Stanford University and received his masters in English Literature from Harvard Unviersity. He then joined the Peace Corps, and spent two years in the Republic of Niger in West Africa. Returning to his home state of New York, he became an editor at Harcourt Brace, where he edited a wide range of books. In 1988 Gene began a career as a writer and ghost writer, and has written or co-written over thirty books with a diverse group of people including Stephen Hawking and others. More here.

Listener Favorite Returns: Developing Discernment: Uncovering Misinformation and Lies in Government and Media with Ed Brodow and Gene Stone

Original Air Date Wednesday, February 21, 2018

In this week’s episode you will learn about:

 Recognizing media spin

 Supporting freedom of speech without political correctness

 Making a difference by getting involved in local politics

 Communicating effectively with  elected officials

Ed Brodow is an internationally renowned expert on the art of negotiation. Ed is the creator of Negotiation Boot Camp®, widely recognized as the number one customized negotiating skills seminar in the United States.  Making deals ever since he was a kid in Brooklyn, Ed has negotiated everything from simple sales transactions to complex multi-million dollar agreements. More here

Gene Stone graduated from Stanford University and received his masters in English Literature from Harvard Unviersity. He then joined the Peace Corps, and spent two years in the Republic of Niger in West Africa. Returning to his home state of New York, he became an editor at Harcourt Brace, where he edited a wide range of books. In 1988 Gene began a career as a writer and ghost writer, and has written or co-written over thirty books with a diverse group of people including Stephen Hawking and others. More here.

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