LIVE Interview Wed 9pmET with @JoannLublin, Editor at @WSJ and author of Earning It (@HarperCollins)

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Background:

Joann S. Lublin is management news editor for The Wall Street Journal.  She writes about such issues as executive pay, corporate governance and CEO succession.  “Your Executive Career,” her advice column, appears monthly.  In 2003, she was part of a Journal team awarded the Pulitzer Prize for stories about corporate scandals.

Ms. Lublin is the author of a forthcoming book called “Earning it: Hard-Won Lessons from Trailblazing Women at the Top of the Business World.” It describes leadership lessons from 52 high-level female corporate executives, based on career obstacles they overcame. Nearly two-thirds of the women interviewed are experienced public company CEOs.

Interview with Dr. Stephen Greenspan, author of Annals of Gullibility (#finance, #psychology)

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Stephen Greenspan, PhD has a doctorate in developmental psychology from the University of Rochester and a post-doctoral certificate from UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute. He is Professor Emeritus in Educational Psychology at the University of Connecticut and currently lives in Colorado, where until recently he served as a visiting faculty in psychiatry at the U of Colorado medical school. He has long had an interest in social competence, especially in vulnerable populations.

In December 2008 his book “Annals of Gullibility” (the first comprehensive book on the topic) was published. A few days later, he learned he had lost a chunk of his retirement funds when a so-called “feeder” hedge fund was wiped out in the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme. A few weeks later he published a lengthy featured essay in the Wall Street in which he used his theoretical model of gullibility with himself as a case example, to explain why smart people–even an expert on gullibility–can be tricked by a skilled manipulator. That essay went somewhat viral and was (and continues to be) interviewed on TV, radio and news stories around the world. He also serves as an expert witness in both criminal and civil cases around the US where gullibility may be a factor.

LIVE w/ Jonathan Clements @ 4pmET 10/12 to talk #Finance/#Money (@ClementsMoney)

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Great ready to hear about developing good financial habits, learning about money management, and ultimately why we can no longer as a society act as if financial literacy doesn’t matter.

Background on Jon:

Jonathan Clements is a financial writer based just outside New York City. He’s the author of the award-winning Jonathan Clements Money Guide and a new book, How to Think About Money. Jonathan also sits on the board of Creative Planning, one of the country’s largest independent financial advisors. You can keep tabs on his writings by checking this site occasionally, liking his Facebook page or following him on Twitter. He puts out a free newsletter every few months.

Jonathan spent almost 20 years at The Wall Street Journal, where he was the newspaper’s personal-finance columnist. Between October 1994 and April 2008, he wrote 1,009 columns for the Journal and for The Wall Street Journal Sunday. He then worked for six years at Citigroup, where he was Director of Financial Education for Citi Personal Wealth Management, before returning to the Journal for an additional 15-month stint as a columnist.

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POWERFUL Interview with @DeborahShouse, Author of Connecting in the Land of Dementia (#health, #Alzheimers)

Connecting in the Land of Dementia: Creative Activities to Explore Together

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Background on Deborah Shouse:

Deborah Shouse is a writer, speaker, editor, creativity catalyst, and dementia advocate. She is also the author of Love in the Land of Dementia: Finding Hope in the Caregiver’s Journey.  Deborah has also written for such publications as the Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, Reader’s Digest, Woman’s Day and Family Circle. She writes a weekly column for the Kansas City Star and has authored and co-authored a number of books. Her writing has been featured in more than four dozen Chicken Soup books. She resides in Kansas City, MO.

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Quick background on the book:

Finding the connection with a loved one afflicted with dementia is a challenge millions of people face: One in ten Americans has a family member with Alzheimer’s, and one in three knows someone with the disease. Connecting in the Land of Dementia: Creative Activities to Explore Together offers care partners practical, hands-on ideas for meaningful, creative activities they can do with their patients, family members, or friends who have dementia. It also includes creative tips for busy care partners, offering quick and easy forms of renewal and respite.

Interview with 30+Year Journalist, author Your Best #Health Care Now @FrankLalli

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Prize-winning investigative journalist FRANK LALLI is the former editor of Money, George, and Readers Digest International magazines and worked as an investigative reporter for Forbes. Currently the special health correspondent for Parade, he has devoted his career to getting to the bottom of a good story.

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Background on the book:

YOUR BEST HEALTH CARE NOW does for health care what the 2015 bestseller Get What’s Yours did for Social Security. When Lalli began researching the cost of the drug to keep his cancer at bay, he contacted over 16 different institutions and received bewilderingly different answers and was quoted prices ranging from $571 to just $2 a day. He eventually acquired the drug for free—it took a little bit of savvy negotiating and a lot of legwork. Astounded by the complexity of the health care system and eager to share what he learned, Lalli chronicled his story in an op-ed in The New York Times titled, “A Health Insurance Detective Story.”

YOUR BEST HEALTH CARE NOW is based on his three years of subsequent research and first-hand interviews with more than 300 experts, plus scores of people with instructive health care stories to tell.

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Powerful and Controversial Interview with @JenniferReich1, Author of Calling the Shots (#vaccines)

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Background on Calling ths Shots

Sociologist Jennifer A. Reich spent over a decade studying the phenomenon of vaccine refusal and interviewing everyone involved, from the of parents who distrust vaccines and the corporations that make them, to the health providers and policy makers who see them as essential to ensuring community health.  Without choosing a side in the vaccination debate, Reich examines how parents who choose not to vaccinate see their decision: what they fear, what they hope to control and what they believe is in their child’s best interest. Based on interviews with parents who fully reject vaccines as well as those that believe in “slow vax,” or altering the recommended number and length in between vaccinations, Reich gives a fascinating account of these parents’ point of view.

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Placing these stories in dialogue with those of pediatricians who see the devastation vaccine-preventable diseases can cause and the policy makers who aim to create healthy communities, Calling the Shots offers a unique opportunity to understand the points of disagreement on what is best for children, communities, and public health and the opportunities to bridge these differences.

Insightful Interview with Ben Carlson, author of A Wealth of Common Sense (@awealthofcs)

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Ben Carlson’s book A Wealth of Common Sense: Why Simplicity Trumps Complexity in Any Investment Plan has help many simplify their market and finance approach.

Learn how to simplify your finances and grow strategically.

Short bio on Ben:

Ben Carlson is the author of the blog A Wealth of Common Sense and has published a book by the same name. He has spent his career working with institutional investors managing portfolios and creating investment plans for a wide range of nonprofit organizations.

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