Ask the right questions and the answers will always reveal themselves. ~ Oprah Winfrey
You have to be quick to beat Larry King to the punch with a question. His life and livelihood has been based on questions. He worked his way up as an unknown quantity from Brooklyn, NY to become one of the best-known interviewers of high-profile public figures in the world. He does not typically ask complex questions, but instead, he asks thoughtful and straightforward questions which reveal information that would be interesting and meaningful to his audience. His coverage of the media over the years has included radio, newspapers and TV.
Born to immigrant parents as Lawrence Leibel Harvey Zeiger, he started his media career with the stage name, Larry King. His story of working his way up the ladder of success is a classic one. He harnessed his passion and his needs to a workhorse mentality and overcame numerous obstacles on the way. And speaking of questions, he is joined in this book by a variety of other CelebrityExperts® who have climbed the ladder of achievement. They also have asked their own questions – and found the answers in order to accomplish their own goals.
Asking questions is an art that is learned from an early age to help us get what we want. As we get older, our questions become more difficult to answer and our goals harder to achieve. In order to succeed, we invariably find that our fastest solutions come from the guidance we get from those, like the CelebrityExperts® in this book who have already been there, by asking them the right questions. In your case, what is The Big Question?
I love doing what I do. I love asking questions. I love being in the mix. ~ Larry King
Authors: Larry King; Mohamed Isa; John Parks Trowbridge M.D., FACAM; Rebecca Crownover; Patricia Delinois; Shaunequa Jordan; Nina M. Kelly, Ph.D.; Lance Luke; Albert Allen, MBA, DBA, PhD; Greg Rollett; Dan Ahmad CFP™, EA, ATA; Jim Files; Christian G. Koch, CFP®, CPWA®, CDFA™, RICP®; JW Dicks; Nick Nanton; Adam Hudson; Lindsay Dicks; Dr. Kathleen Allard-Wasajja; Juan Carlos Arzola, CHPC; Christine Marcello; Dan Casey; Isabel Harkins; John W. Sbrocco; Rosie Unite; Bo Manry; and Chris Goff.