The Charlie Harary Show on 77WABC – Ep. 1 (8-15-15)

    In the debut episode of The Charlie Harary Show, Charlie discusses one of the most important aspects of being a leader, the ability to take criticism. Leaders that encourage diverse opinions, invite challenging views and are open to criticism make better decisions and earn the trust of the people they are leading. This episode teaches that lesson through current events, business and sports, ending with practical tools to implement into our lives.


    • Introduction to the show. Learning lessons in current events. (0:25-4:45)
    • Obama taking criticism on the Iranian deal, the handling of Chuck Schumer and the Trump/Kelley spat. (4:47-22:02)
    • David Tawil of Maglan Capital on how a business leader’s ability to take criticism can impact his or her company’s future. (24:15-35:25)
    • The story of Detroit pitcher Armando Galarraga’s almost perfect game and umpire Jim Joyce’s wrong call. How being real made all the difference. (37:05 – 44:40)
    • Wrap Up: 5 practical steps to use criticism to grow stronger. (45:48 -55:10)

    Michael Bloomberg’s article: Iran Deal Far Too Big an Issue for Partisan Politics
    The Almost Perfect Game

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