July 25, 2012

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Achieve startup success with author Jim Beach. Explore inner geography with retreat leader Adrian Juric. Grasp the physics of filmmaking with Robert Lieberman

Jim Beach worked as a research assistant at the Japanese External Trade Organization in the US, attended graduate school in Hawaii and worked for Coca-Cola in Japan. Then, at age 26, he founded American Computer Experience of Atlanta, which provided technology training for young people. He grew the company to $12 million in annual revenue in 1999 before selling it in 2001 to start teaching at Georgia State University. Jim is the author of School for Startups and shares tips to guarantee small business success in 90 days or less.

Adrian Juric is a Canadian Certified Counsellor, teacher, writer and retreat leader. A hiker and explorer at heart, Adrian spent thirteen years traveling and teaching his way across South America, Scandinavia, Asia, and the Middle East. Now a school counsellor in Squamish, B.C., his outer adventures continue as they are matched by a growing interest in the changing inner geography of human experience. Listen in to hear Adrian’s passion for creating his Inner Landscapes retreat experiences.

Plus, I’m delighted to have Robert H. Lieberman join me in studio. Robert is a long-time member of the Physics faculty at Cornell University. Initially, he came to Cornell to study to be a veterinarian, but ended up becoming an electrical engineer and doing research in neurophysiology. In addition to writing novels, he makes movies. He directed and produced the acclaimed documentary They Call it Mynamar. Dial us in for a cinematographic tour of Robert Lieberman’s career journey.

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