The Forum isn’t about Charlie...
It’s more about those strange questions he asks.
Charlie Seraphin has deep roots in broadcasting. He started as a teenager at his hometown station in rural northern Wisconsin and worked his way to vice president, general manager of the CBS owned FM station in Los Angeles. He managed major CBS news operations in San Francisco and Dallas, and has done hundreds of interviews with interesting guests from Barbara Bush and Ronald Reagan to Yogi Berra and Vidal Sasoon.
His second career was in professional sports. Charlie held senior sales and marketing executive positions for teams in MLB, NBA, NHL, and MLS. He was a college professor and he lived with monks at a New Mexico monastery. His travels include a year in London during college and another year on the island of Ibiza in the Mediterranean seven years later. (They use bread as bait and catch multiple fish on one line.) But The Forum isn’t about Charlie...it’s more about those strange questions he asks.
The Forum An interactive forum for issues in Rim Country and beyond. Guests and callers discuss their agreements and disagreements in an honest and open manner. Forum guests run the gamut--academics, politicians, astronomers, homeless shelter volunteers, entertainers, and business executives. Interesting people, thoughtful questions--stimulating. The Forum, a great listening experience. Check it out!
The Book Charlie is also a prolific author, set to publish a second book and already writing a third. His first book, five star rated One Stupid Mistake has outstanding reviews on Amazon.
When Did You Stop Being You--In Search of Your Personal Brand will be out later this year. It’s based on the notion that we all drift from who we are. Sometimes we’re just not ourselves. Getting to the core of who we are and why we’re here is a challenge for all of us. Charlie presents a thought-provoking series of reflections to help readers reconnect with their authentic self. We’ll let you know when you can order an advance copy.
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