“Great things won’t happen to you unless you put yourself into uncomfortable situations.” Chef and restaurateur Celina Tio knows getting uncomfortable has been key in her success. Her path was influenced by her family and Julia Child at an early age. She developed the skills necessary to be an award winning chef and combined that with an entrepreneur spirit and desire to tackle the challenges that come with opening restaurants. In this episode, Chef Tio shares insights gained and lessons learned along the way.
Perry Brandt's forty-year law practice is defined not by the clients he's served or the trials he's won, but by principals that have made him one of the most sought-after and respected lawyers in his industry. Even though the stakes of his cases have grown from millions to billions of dollars, Perry's fundamental perspective has remained unchanged: being a lawyer is the ultimate people business. He believes in being a positive leader who improves every situation he's in. In this episode, Perry shares his insights on leadership, persuasion and mastering skills while having fun in the process.