The recent attack in San Bernardino makes it clear — Terrorism is now a hometown problem.
Join Charlie as he takes a deeper look at the roots and extent of religious hatred and how the very liberties that we stand for are what put us at risk.
Find out how Obama blamed Read More
Dan Price, “The worlds most altruistic boss”, has been praised for setting the minimum wage in his company to $70,000 and fighting against income inequality. Recent reports show that he may not be as altruistic as he seems.
Time and again we learn that things aren’t Read More
Mom was right — it’s important to be grateful.
Studies show that 40% of the difference between how happy you are and how happy the person next to you is comes down to gratitude.
In this episode, we talk with Janice Kaplan, author of The Gratitude Diaries as she describes Read More
What makes a hero?
In this episode we delve into the greatness of the human spirit. When terror strikes, when faced with a crisis, ordinary individuals step up and show their true selves.
Where does this come from? How do we tap into this? And how far does it go? We examine Read More
Veterans are the unsung heroes of our country. They teach bravery, courage, and sacrifice. They show us how to push ourselves beyond what we think possible.
Former Sergeant Noah Galloway joins us for a special Veterans Day edition. Galloway has inspired millions through Read More
What is the fundamental issue that inhibits success and why do our policies and efforts for peace keep failing? This week we examine the greatest impetus to success: gaining a frame of reference.
This week marked the 36th anniversary of the Iran Hostage Crisis, and the shift Read More
What’s driving you — results or approval?
On this week’s radio show, we delve into the greatest catalyst of success: believing in yourself.
More than the talent, having the mental strength to believe in yourself regardless of what others say or your life circumstances Read More
This week we’re taking a deeper look at what drove Vice President Joe Biden’s decision not to run for President of the United States. Did Hillary Clinton’s success at the Democratic Debate scare supporters?
As Joe Biden himself put it, “We’re out of time”.
How Read More
If you follow the Israeli-Palestinian conflict it’s hard not to notice an anti-Israel slant on so many media outlets. Where did it come from? In this week’s show we explore the underlying cause of this bias, and the impact that it has on reporting the “facts”.
Bias Read More
In this week’s show, we attempt to shed light on an age old question: How do otherwise good people do bad things?
We discuss the Volkswagen scandal, what it was and why it was so troubling. We then circle back to the “scandal ridden” presidential hopeful Hillary Read More
America’s respect in the eyes of the global community is quickly declining. The Russians made it known loud and clear by entered Syria as an aid to Assad with minimal notice to the US. Why? Because our American leaders lack boldness.
Josh Mandel, treasurer of the State Read More
The Migrant Crisis seems to be getting worse as Germany, after declaring itself a haven for refugees, changed its tune and closed its borders. Hungary raced to erect fences and has used tear gas. Should these counties open their arms to the refugees? How much can they stretch Read More
What does the Migrant crisis and Ashley Madison hack have to do with the High Holidays?
In this week’s episode, Charlie opens with the Migrant crisis, what caused the explosion of Syrian refugees and how it could have been avoided. The answer centers on our inability to Read More
In the fourth episode of The Charlie Harary Show, Charlie discusses one of the most important elements being a true leader: Taking responsibility. Through examples including the economic current events in China, and the Black Lives Matter movement, Charlie explains that Read More
When do you hang tight until the very end, and when do you give in? When do you stick it out, and when do you cut your losses? In the third episode of The Charlie Harary Show, Charlie discusses the art of the fold: when and how to admit fault and cut our losses, rather than Read More
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 Read More