As human beings, it can be very easy to make bad choices. The key word, however, is “choices.” And THAT is our responsibility. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Olympic Culinary Gold Medalist, Chef Charles Carroll, will share some of the most important success lessons and correct choices for both young and old. That and more on today’s show.
Bob’s Thought of the Day
- What you can learn about making good choices from the television show “Law and Order.”
- How one bad decision or stupid choice can change your entire life.
- The power of a caring adult to impact a young person before they make a life-altering bad choice.
Interview with Chef Charles Carroll
- Why anger is such a destructive force, even in the kitchen.
- The difference between a cook and a chef.
- Why you must preserve what is already great.
- The power of paying attention to the details.
- The principle of “mise en place” and how it applies to your life.
- Why excellence does not equal greatness.
- A powerful question that can totally change the direction of one’s life.
- How to coach a negative person by helping them look for great things around them.
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