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EIL42:French Cuisine, Vegas Competition: The Recipe for Success with Yuri Szarzewski,Partage

Everyone wants to succeed in their business and achieve their dreams, just like Yuri Szarzewski did when he opened Partage, a successful restaurant in Las Vegas.The challenge lies in facing naysayers and overcoming doubts, as Yuri Szarzewski did when people discouraged him from pursuing his American Dream. Yuri Szarzewski , an executive chef in Las…

EIL 41:Building Trust: The Key to Successful Leadership in His Tax Law Office with Xavier Oberson

Good leadership is built on trust between clients and lawyers. The challenge lies in maintaining trust through expertise and ethical conduct, especially in sensitive areas like tax law. Successful leadership in an international tax law firm requires a foundation of trust, adherence to legal boundaries, and a focus on ethical practices. Xavier Oberson is the…

EIL 40:The Art of Winemaking: Old World vs. New World Management with Tom Meadowcroft

The future of winemaking is moving towards quality over quantity. Both Tom Meadowcroft and Dr. Katrina Burrus acknowledged this shift in consumer preferences towards affordable luxuries and high-quality products. The challenge lies in the differences between old world and new world winemaking practices. In this podcast, Tom Meadowcroft, a viticulturist with his own winery in…