Imagine a couple in the middle of a divorce forced to stay in the same house until the divorce was over. It sounds like an interesting plot to a movie, but it also sounds like many family law cases in reality. Toni Ann Marcolini has had the good fortune to be able to try her hands in both. As a lawyer, Toni has had more than two decades of experience in family litigation before moving on to a more transactional role as a general counsel to the United States Presidential Culinary Museum. As a creative, she co-produces the legal family drama web series, Surviving Sam. Listen to this episode as she shares with Dr. Diane Hamilton how such a unique combination of roles played into her interesting life.
We tend to think that everything is global, that the way you do business works as well in one area as it does in another. Nothing could be further from the truth. In the course of his international career as an influencer, TV host, public speaker, consultant, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Angel RIBO finds that cultural differences are a crucial component of business relationships that often gets overlooked. Known as The CEO Confidant, Angel has empowered more than 1,500 CEOs in 33 different countries. He is not only fluent in several languages; he is also proficient in the different cultural “languages” used by the people he encounters daily. Listen in as he shares how he handles cultural situations in business and how perception plays into it with Dr. Diane Hamilton.
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