Detecting the Scam, Identifying the Lies

Author and CEO Michael Friedlander Joins Solo Talk Host Donna Amos to Discuss "Detecting the Scam"--Exploring High-Profile Scams
Aug. 2, 2011 - PRLog -- Originally from South Africa, Michael Friedlander is an international business attorney who has lived in Los Angeles for over thirty years. He is also a former CEO of an international music company and CEO of an international architectural design company.

Michael has recently written "Detecting the Scam: Nelson Mandela's Gift." In the book, he has used Nelson Mandela's inspirational "Gift" to help us detect scams, become better negotiators and people, and refine our common sense.

The book explores recent high-profile scams through the lens of Nelson Mandela's negotiating skills and moral authority. It explores the connection between leadership and moral authority, and the failure of our finest and brightest to put integrity ahead onhmr of self-interest. It also lays out the principles of The Duck School, the school of common sense.

In Michael’s words, “In harsh economic and political times—and because want to believe so badly and are so desperate—we are tempted to embrace the lies upon which scams are based. Therefore, it is important that we do what we can to retain a sense of balance and identify the lies.”

Michael states that we face three crises today: (a) the crisis of pervasive cheating; (b) the crisis of corruption; and (c) the crisis of those who look the other way as those around them cheat and act corruptly.

Don’t miss this informative interview! Friday August 5th at Noon EST.

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Source:Donna Amos
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