One Piece Episode 614
As some of you know, to celebrate the 15th anniversary of The 4-Hour Workweek, which was first published on April 24th, 2007 (4/24/07), I signed 424 copies of the book. As thousands of you threw your hat in the ring to win a signed copy, I wanted to do something special for all the entrants. So, I invited those folks to a private YouTube Q&A. This episode is the recording of that session.
One Piece Episode 614
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I personally would like a reason to not so much reach out to new people, but even more so to review, say, the last 100 or 200 episodes of the podcast to glean what I may have forgotten, to highlight what I may have failed to implement and so on and so forth.
The answer is yes, that has happened. It has not happened recently, but I would say in total of the 600 plus episodes that we have recorded, there are maybe six to 10 that have not been published. It is true that I give every guest final cut, which is also what Inside the Actors Studio did certainly with James Lipton.
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Unfortunately, I feel Denise, as she pertains to the show, was poorly written anyways. Her character lacked depth. That being said, it was obvious she was going to wind up getting killed somehow, as the writing and script for her character this past episode was even worse than usual. She brought nothing to the show. My opinion.
Note: This episode features a past entrepreneur (Alpha M, Episode 402) returning to pitch a new business (Pete and Pedro). In a Shark Tank first, a deal was made for a different business than the one the entrepreneur entered the tank to pitch. 041b061a72