If you’ve been a subscriber for a while, you know that I’ve been honored to feature many brilliant people on my little show. This week we passed a significant milestone by joining iTunes. Starting immediately, you can access the entire archive and all future programs right on our site, as always, or directly via  iTunes. Subscribing to our feed on iTunes ensures that you will never miss another program. Here’s a few interviews that are coming soon:

Marshall Goldsmith, the Most Influential Leadership Coach of the 21st century, is coming back for on update on his research and to talk about his new program, 15 coaches. In a very generous move, Dr. Goldsmith is offering 15 coaches the chance of a lifetime – to learn directly from him for three content-packed days, absolutely free. You’ll learn more about why he’s making this offer and how to apply in my upcoming interview. This is a chance you don’t want to miss.

Bruce Tulgan, noted leadership expert, also makes his return to the show later this month. I’m particularly happy to bring Bruce back, because he was my very first guest. When you listen to the recording, you’ll see how much I had to learn about the mechanics of putting on a quality radio interview. I like to think I’ve come a long way since then. Bruce will be talking about his book, Bridging the Soft Skills Gap.

Artist and advocate Elizabeth Jameson has incorporated her brain into her art in beautiful and astounding ways. Elizabeth will talk about how her diagnosis of MS caused her to change her life as a human rights lawyer and find a new path towards expression and fulfillment through art. You can look at some of her amazing works and see other videos of Elizabeth on her site. This interview is very meaningful to me on a personal level and I hope you tune in when it is added to our feed next week.

If you’ve missed any our past interviews or would like to revisit them, this is a great time to do so. Please share the link and help us give these excellent speakers more exposure. Here’s a sampling of what you will find in the archives: