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Maynard Webb - Rebooting Work (Episode #1307)

KQED Life: Sun, Apr 28, 2013 -- 6:00 PM

Maynard Webb was the COO of eBay. He created the organizational structure that enabled the company to grow from millions in revenue to multi billions is just a few years. As the founder of the Webb Investment Network, and on the board of Yahoo! he continues to help companies grow. Now, with his book Rebooting Work, he shares his knowledge on how to transform how you work and how you can become the CEO of your own destiny.

Larry Dean - West Coast Honky Tonk (Episode #1306)

KQED Life: Sun, Apr 14, 2013 -- 6:00 PM

Larry Dean is one of the chief proponents of the Bakersfield, Honky Tonk sound and is a strong presence within the West Coast country music scene. He caught my attention with his chart topping hit Old Time Movies. Now he's on a mission to spread the soulful poetic Honky Tonk sound he believes is right for our times and a new generation.

Patti Davis (Daughter of the Reagans) - The Lives Our Mothers Leave Us (Episode #1305)

KQED Life: Sun, Apr 7, 2013 -- 6:00 PM

Patti Davis came into our lives because she is the daughter of a famous family, the daughter of Ronald and Nancy Reagan. Now, the author of seven books, Patti has carved out a name for herself, but as she says; "She is always and forever a daughter." Many of you are already aware of some of the issues she's faced within her own mother-daughter relationship, but with her book, The Lives Our Mothers Leave Us, Patti shares not only her story, but those of many other women. The result is an insightful, complex and ultimately loving look at the mother-daughter relationship.

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